When I was growing up in South Texas, dust storms were as common as the heat, humidity, and hurricanes.
Here in San Diego, not so much.
However, over in the Southern California high desert one can catch dust storms if you’re lucky.
Here’s one near the Salton Sea:
The high desert is an important agricultural region in Southern California. With its Mediterranean climate and rich soils, all it needs is a steady source of water, and the many irrigation canals and reservoirs are usually able to supply it. The three-year drought that Southern California is suffering is, however, affecting the agriculture industry.
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