Smoky haze over US and Canada could last for days: AP reports
A thick, hazardous haze is disrupting daily life for millions of people across the U.S. and Canada, blotting out skylines and turning skies orange.And with weather systems expected to hardly budge, the smoky blanket billowing from wildfires in Quebec and Nova Scotia and sending plumes of fine particulate matter as far away as North Carolina should persist into Thursday and possibly the weekend.
Canada wildfires smoke could linger over parts of US for days, officials warn
Millions of Americans remain under air pollution warnings as schools close and air travel is disruptedToxic smoke from Canadian wildfires could linger over vast swathes of the US for days, officials warned, as millions of Americans remained under air pollution warnings.Across the eastern US residents were again urged to stay inside and limit or avoid outdoor activities on Thursday, as schools in some cities closed, sporting events were canceled,…
Smoky haze blanketing U.S. and Canada could last into the weekend
On air quality maps, purple signifies the worst of it. In reality, it's a thick, hazardous haze that's disrupting daily life for millions of people across the U.S. and Canada, blotting out skylines and turning skies orange.
Smoky blanket may cover parts of US into weekend
Parts of the United States may not see clear skies for a few more days as a smoky haze from Canadian wildfires lingers. The smoky haze from hundreds of wildfires across Canada has engulfed parts of the U.S. including most of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions, prompting air quality warnings. The National Weather Service (NWS)…
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