Dust storm drops another load Local Gold Coast News
Mercurial cr7 another thick layer of dust has mercurial cr7 settled over the Gold Coast after a second wave of red dirt blew across southeast Queensland tonight.
This time the dust was laced with smoke from local bushfires, the worst of superflys soccer cleats them in the Nerang State Forest west of Pacific Pines.
One local, posting on social networking site Twitter, said: Latest dust storm just hit. It sounded like rain at first, but mercurial cr7 now hanging around like mist. Skilled Park, where Gold Coast United and the Melbourne Victory were doing battle in the ALeague football competitions, superflys soccer cleats fans and players alike used their shirts to try and mask their noses and mouths from the dust.
Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Ben Annells said the dust storm arrived in two waves, the first reaching the southeast between 6pm and 8pm and the second mercurial cr7 about 10pm mercurial cr7 superflys soccer cleats.