Texas Dust Storm Cuts Visibility, Impacts Travel

A dust storm moved over Snyder, Texas, on Monday, March 22, obscuring visibility and impacting travel, the National Weather Service said.

The service said the dust storm cut visibility to zero at times. Strong winds were blowing over 40 mph near the cities of Snyder and Big Spring. The weather service urged drivers to avoid travel.

Twitter user @AnnHd04 said this footage of the dust storm was filmed on Monday in Snyder. Credit: @AnnHd04 via Storyful