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As devastating wild fires and too-hot-for-the-map temperatures envelop much of the continent, a terrifying dust storm hit the coast of Western Australia Wednesday evening. The massive storm was unrelated to a cyclone expected to hit the north coast this weekend, both of which may or may not be related to the massive heatwave. "The Bureau of Meteorology said the incredible sight of a 'red wave' at sea was created as wind and rain caused the storm to dump the sand and dust it had taken from the land," reports The New Castle Herald.