A massive dust storm occurred in Colorado on Sunday, greatly limiting visibility across Colorado's Eastern Plains.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, a "haboob" occurred in eastern Colorado on October 11 that was 200 miles long and carried dust all the way to the Texas panhandle. According to the National Weather Service, a "haboob" is a dust storm that can create a blowing wall up to 10,000 feet high.
This natural phenomenon was captured in the video below:
This second video from NOAA Satellites captured the storm from above:
See a third video of the haboob below:
According to 9NEWS, wind speeds reached up to 70 miles per hour, but did not cause major damage.