Yesterday Katie Mack (an astrophysicist) tweeted this parallel between a dust storm on Mars and a storm shown in the movie "Mad Max Fury Road" (she says "Can’t help imagining that this is what that Mad Max: Fury Road scene would have looked like from above.").
This made me ask: is the movie-storm a realistic storm? If yes, under which conditions?
In particular, what caught my attention is the shape of the cross-section of the advancing storm, with dust protruding on the bottom and clouds protruding on the top at the same time. Could it happen?