Over the US, the only chunk of the atmosphere that isn’t hazy from wildfire smoke, is the part that’s been scoured clean by a category 4 hurricane

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@RobinHood this goes a long way toward explaining the blood red sunsets / sunrises of late (central IL)


@RobinHood heard on NPR other day: "treating wildfire smoke in the midst of a respritory pandemic makes it feel like we're apocalypse doctors. Are we apocalypse doctors??"

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