Saharan dust to dissipate by Tuesday - Met Service

Meteorologist Janis Phillips Brown
The Meteorological Service says Jamaica should begin experiencing clearer skies on Tuesday as the second wave of Saharan dust plume dissipates.
The second wave of dust has been affecting the island since Saturday.
Meteorologist Janis Phillips Brown told Radio Jamaica News that the dust is not as thick as last week. 
Mrs Phillips Brown said a Tropical Wave is expected to move across Jamaica on Wednesday.

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