They’re calling it the “Godzilla dust cloud,” and it’s about to hit the mainland United States. The cloud of sand and dust has been carried from the Sahara Desert across oceans, and is so big that it blots out the sun in some parts of the Caribbean. You can even see the cloud from space! One plus, experts say the dust cloud is sucking the moisture out of the air, reducing the risk of hurricanes. But for those with breathing difficulties or allergies, going outside when it hits may be hazardous.