McKitten Twits About An Oklahoma Dust Storm That Reached Tennessee

Twitter / billmckibben: Headline in OK paper: ‘Dust …

In 1934, six hundred billion pounds of dust covered 960 million acres of the US, and made it all the way to New York.

May 12, 1934

The Atlantic Ocean off the coast of New York was turned brown by the vast quantities of dust falling into the sea.

17 Jul 1934 – GREAT DUST STORM ABOUT 300 MILLION TONS. NEW YOR…

A black blizzard in 1935 shut down the midwest.

18 Apr 1935 – A BLACK BLIZZARD American States Swept NEW YORK,…

12 Apr 1935 – DUST BLAST AGAIN SWEEPS MID-WEST U.S.A. Last Hop…

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2 Responses to McKitten Twits About An Oklahoma Dust Storm That Reached Tennessee

  1. gator69 says:

    The dust storm is between his ears, as that cavity has not been used in decades.

  2. miked1947 says:

    I have been walking around just fine in East Tennessee for the last few days. A bit hazy from the dust, but nothing that I did not experience while living in the Southwest. There I was in dust storms that were so bad you had to wear a mask. That was in from the 50s to when I left the region.

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