Here's the forecast image for Sunday at 7AM showing the dust cloud, and here's the latest text from NOAA:
I thought it was moisture but look what NOAA said,'
"DUST Gulf of Mexico/South-central US:
A large area of Saharan dust continues to stream west from the Caribbean into the Gulf of Mexico before being pulled northward towards the Gulf coast. The optically thick dust appears to extend north towards the eastern portions of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama."
What does this mean for you? The sky may look hazy gray Sunday, and if you or your loved ones have any sort of lung condition, the added aerosols could aggravate that lung condition. The vast majority of us won't notice anything more than the hazy sky. Expect the dust cloud to thin out thru Tuesday.