RT @NWS_BaltWash: Smoke from the western U.S. wildfires is being carried by the jet stream across the Mid-Atlantic, causing a “hazy” sky. A cross-section of the air above us shows the concentration of smoke between 15-25 thousand feet, which is why we largely can’t smell the smoke at the surface. https://t.co/3sJnJG5o99



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RT @NWS_BaltWash: Satellite images this morning show #smoke aloft moving over much of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. This smoke is obscuring the sun, and will keep temperatures a few degrees cooler today than what would be observed if the smoke was not present. https://t.co/6J6h6FM3Ps



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RT @NWSWakefieldVA: Notice that hazy, milky sky this morning? That is a result of smoke (well above our heads) from wildfires across the Western US. Notice that the smoke originates across the west and then gets pulled to the east due to the jet stream aloft. The haziness may increase later today. https://t.co/wBOQHfpcmM



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