In the 1930’s there was a pretty notable drought called the “Dust Bowl” but that was mainly in the central part of the US. Dust and sand from that drought did blow to the east and western parts of the US, reaching New York and Pennsylvania.
In the central/midwest portion of the U.S., there was the “Dust Bowl.” This was a large drought that caused enormous of amounts of dust to accumulate and cover the area. Massive dust storms were frequent and literally blocked out the sun for hours on end. The Grapes of Wrath deals with the hardships caused by the Dust Bowl, and it’a a classic, interesting read.
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