Disaster Compendium Part IV Dust Storms and Volcanoes
This section of the Disaster Compendium presents information on dust storms/haboobs and volcanoes.
Updated on May 25, 2017
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In conjunction with the article What You Need to Know About Disasters is a disaster compendium that contains information as to season, areas at risk, frequency, intensity, and safety steps to take if you are in an area affected by certain disasters. This part contains information on dust storms and volcanoes.
Most common in June and July but can happen at other times too.
Areas at Most Risk
Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, California, Oklahoma, Nevada
Oregon, Alaska, Hawaii, California, Washington, and Wyoming
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