But here we have the original home that used "sandstorm" for clubby Christmas light display in 2006.
Before the sun had set in the red glow of a sandstorm the desert was staked for miles.
They were dry from age, having probably been uncovered by a sandstorm.
She knew just what a sandstorm meant on the western prairies.
In the first flurry of sandstorm, it had clogged, burned out and died.
In the late afternoon of the third day of our journeying we drove into a sandstorm.
The best that I could hope for was being smothered in a sandstorm.
No sandstorm ever fills up the hollows, or carries away the ridges.
Finally Assad is banished to the desert, where he is overwhelmed by a sandstorm.
No cloud appeared A sandstorm, however disagreeable, would have been welcomed as a change.
A strong wind that carries clouds of sand and dust through the air. Most of the particles in a sandstorm are between 0.08 and 1 mm (0.0032 and 0.04 inches) in size. Sandstorms usually are limited to within 3 m (10 ft) of the ground, rarely getting more than 15 m (49 ft) high. They develop in desert areas where loose sand can be stirred up by wind. Most sandstorms occur during the day when the Earth's surface heats up and dissipate at night as it cools.