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  • LacquerCritic
    +3

    I'm a bit farther east, in the Fraser valley, so I didn't notice anything unusual during the day yesterday, but by night the air turned hazy and this morning the sky looks similar to what I'm seeing in those photos there. Smells like a smoke outside - almost looks like fog. Between this and the little earthquake we had a couple days ago, I'm feeling a little rattled by nature.

    • jcscher (edited 3 years ago)
      +2

      I live in Ohio and we have had that look too as the smoke from the Canada fires has made its way across Lake Erie. The sky was a strange color.

      • LacquerCritic
        +2

        Yeah, it definitely feels like Canada is on fire. Saskatchewan seems to have it the worst though, with evacuees being moved to Alberta instead of Saskatchewan - satellite photos from NASA's Terra make it look like most of Saskatchewan's covered in smoke. I bet that's the source of the smoke you're getting in Ohio.

        • jcscher
          +2

          Thanks for the link. I believe I seen an article on that a couple of days ago(can't find it right now)

  • Gozzin
    +2

    It's just getting worse and worse!

    • LacquerCritic
      +2

      It's been such a dry summer. I remember a couple years back we had a June in which it rained literally every day. Of course, there were news report about how incidents of road rage had gone up and how it was suspected this was due to a generally poor mood in the population, etc. etc.

      However this June I can barely recall any rain at all, and so far July's been pretty dry too. It's going to be a rough summer for fires for sure - our watering restrictions are down to once a week already.

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