Been gone now for almost two decades, but still return to visit friends and family at least once every year to two.
In college, we used to chase tornadoes and severe thunderstorms in our photojournalism class. This was circa-1980s before The Weather Channel and reality TV. Just some crazy college students with their Minoltas and Nikons.
I've seen it blow dirt and snow not just on the same day, but in the same hour. I've seen it lightning during a blizzard. I've seen the asphalt streets melt when the temps exceeded 115F.
But I've never seen anything like this. Keep in mind that this happened around 5:30 p.m. When the dust hits, it looks like the middle of the night in some places.