Looks like a flashing red light reflection inside the window of @23.19 (UK time) 15/05/18. Is there an emergency?
@Scott N Weather forecast today is for dust storms and a sweltering 41 degrees! ☺
Like the wobbly heat haze through the dust storm on 13th May 2018
Károly, Finally you said something positive about our sponsors city, though that even seemed like an afterthought. EnJoy EnJoy
You mustn't distress yourself, try to relax Sam! Dubai is still beautiful. ;) 07/05/18 19.14
Actually Vanja, Fog rolling over the tall building is quite different than sandstorms. Pointing out falsehoods is always pertinent. This is 'live cam' not Gobi or Giza where sandstorm stories would be applicable. Jeez. Please refer to posting regulation.
Sam, seriously, one can share the life memory without being lectured. I saw from the first Patti's picture it was a fog, but I enjoyed reading Bosika's experience. Jeez. Period.
Hello, the images that I came up with are actually from September of 2017, and I put the word "storm" because when I saw the live broadcast it was impressive as it passed with a certain speed the dense fog over the skyscrapers, and in reality it seemed like a fog or a sandstorm . I hope to see about Dubai again. I understand that April is a time of sandstorms.Bos that good that you like the photos and also I hope that when DUbai is covered you can see it, it is really impressive.Greetings and happy to share you good comments and beautiful images.
there is no MAY , it was fog .Period.
It may be fog too powder too Sam I do not mind. The point is, the pictures are good and for me nice memories brought up. 04/05/18 09.35
3may18--Károly, Those images you spoke of are dated the end of September 2017 , the same as my captures / uploads of the same dates. I checked the weather forecast then and heavy fog warnings were posted. Those are not dust/sand storms. I checked the forecast for here now though, and there may be dust storms this week-end. I will try and look in, if I remember. EnJoy EnJoy
Wow! This sandstorm is very rough. Well done pictures Patti!I was twice "lucky" to have a sandstorm. Once in Beijing the Gobi Desert dust challenged, but there was enough mouth mask. Second time in Giza. It was very awesome. As in the movie Mummy. We fled in a restaurant and we had to wait for hours. Fine is the Egyptian hibiscus soft drink and wine. Old beautiful memories. :)03/05/18 19.58
1May18-- Dogman, please get a grip. It is totally obvious you are posting comments to instigate controversy. Your small minded opinions are ludicrous. Rather, You , Puppyboy, should find a very long walk on a very short pier. Got it? < Do you understand? NO ? Figures. EnJoy EnJoy