Soil being carried by the wind in a 'fen blow'
Media playback is unsupported on your device

Fen Blow dust storms cause traffic hazards

19 April 2013 Last updated at 19:21 BST

High winds have caused serious driving conditions in the Fens as huge clouds of dry top soil are blown across fields and onto the roads.

The clouds - known as Fen Blow - are so dense drivers are being forced to turn on their headlights and sometimes pull over until the sudden dust storms subside.

BBC Look East's Mike Cartwright reports.