Hi all, I was out the other day having a little practice flight, was bombing along and went low level. Now the uk has been experiencing some horrid weather recently (roll on winter) and near where i was flying the ground was extremely dry and dusty. This had a rather cool look with you being able to see where the downdraught was hitting the floor a quick stop and turn created a rather smart looking tello bursting forth from the dust cloud. a couple of seconds later after i had gained some height the tello flipped on her back and powered into the ground in a most suicidal way. No real damage chucked a prop and thats it. But the dust was all over the tello gave it a blow off and pushed prop back on and all good again. Could the thin layer of dust messed the sensors up underneath and caused this?