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IMPERIAL COUNTY, Calif. — A blowing dust advisory was in location for Imperial County as a gust the front producing extreme winds and reduced visibility moved towards San Diego and Riverside counties Thursday evening, in step with Sandhya Patel, a meteorologist with ABC7’s sister station KGO-tv.
KGO-tv’s live Doppler 7 tracked the the front shifting via the region in Southern California that is generating excessive thunderstorms.
Sandhya says there were multiple reports of dirt storms and approximately a dozen of them with the visibility dropping to zero at times.
A Blowing dust Advisory turned into in impact until 8 p.M. For components of Coachella Valley and San Diego County.
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“using conditions might be hazardous and visibility might also drop to a quarter mile or much less at times because of the sand and the dirt,” says Sandhya.
Those situations are what one driving force encountered within the Imperial Valley near the Mexico border. Notwithstanding the 0 visibility and high winds, there have been no reports of any severe crashes.