The snow in the Alps and Pyrenees were seen as added with a natural sepia effect last weekend. The reason is a plume of Sahara dust that has blanketed parts of southern and central Europe.
🏜Saharan #dust has covered the snow in the Alps and Pyrenees, turning it orange. The #CopernicusAtmosphere Monitoring Service’s forecasts accurately predicted the development and trajectory of this dust plume days in advance.— Copernicus ECMWF (@CopernicusECMWF) February 8, 2021
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