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Smoke Plumes Across West Texas.

CMISS MODIS True Color Visible Satellite Image.
Friday April 15, 2011 At 7:27 PM MDT.
Kerry Jones, The Albuquerque National Weather
Service Warning Coordination Meteorologist, 
Emailed Me This Cool Snapshot. Smoke Plumes
Are Visible Across West Texas From All Of The
Wild Fires That Have Broken Out. A Dust Plume
Can Be Seen Across The Texas Panhandle.

The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!

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