I just happened to catch this. An incredibly impressive haboob that nailed Phoenix, Arizona on Monday!
For those that don't know, a Haboob is a term for an intense dust storm that is often very striking in appearance, as you can see from the above video. While these happen most often in desert climates (such as Arizona in the U.S.) they can happen in other areas as well, especially if most of the terrain is agriculture.
Set your emergency brake and take foot off the brake
Guidelines for Traveling in Dust Storms:
NEVER stop in the travel lane
Travel at a speed suitable for limited visibility
If you can't pull off the road, turn your LIGHTS ON
Sound your horn intermittently
Use the painted lane striping to guide you
If possible, look for a safe place to PULL OFF THE ROAD
If you do pull off the road, observe the following safety tips:
Set your emergency brake
Take your foot off the brake pedal
Turn off all vehicle lights
Wait out the storm
When returning to the pavement, be aware that the road may be slippery and in some cases, pavement markings may be obscured by sand and dust blown on the road. Rain frequently accompanies dust storms and will cause slippery conditions.