On the afternoon of Sunday, April 15th, 1935, one of the worst dust storms in American history devastated the Plains States. The Black Sunday storm happened about four and a half months prior to the events of Musica Universalis. In this game-world clip, Amarillo KGMC broadcaster Mike MacInnis warns residents to take shelter. At game time, Panhandle residents will have visceral memories of having recently survived this event, and folks who weren’t present will all have heard the harrowing stories.