Many parts of the World have exotic names for all their winds - Sirocco, Zephyros, Mistral or even Willy-Willy. Yesterday was so windy I had to walk very quickly under trees as the branches really did look precarious and it was VERY windy.
I checked my Norfolk Dialect Manual but there doesn't appear to be a suitable local word. I always assumed "Hoolie" was Norfolk but apparently not. It goes something like: “Yew hatta hoss about, dun’t yew? Yew hoolly cearme hossin down the rud on yar boike!”.
Exactly. Anyway the distant dust storm above turned out to be a field up in the air as I approached: