Above is the forecast for the distribution of smoke from wildfires at 5 a.m. PDT, September 12, 2020.
The satellite photo below shows much of the smoke from the west coast fires being blown out over the Pacific, while some remains in Washington, Oregon, and California, and also is being transported to the east.
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you might at least mention BC. The smoke doesn’t stop at the border. Why do Americans pretend Canada doesn’t exits?
We sure do!!! In Chilliwack, can’t see more than a block with all the smoke. I have COPD. and this is a real bad time.
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