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Daniel Swain
Satellite imagery this morning depicts vast, dense smoke layer covering most of California, western Oregon & Washington, and a large swath of the adjacent Pacific Ocean. Numerous extremely large wildfires continue to produce huge volume of smoke. (1/2)
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Daniel Swain Sep 10
Replying to @Weather_West
Yesterday, much this smoke was been elevated just above surface away from immediate vicinity of active fires. But the smoke layer is now descending toward surface--dramatically worsening air quality and potentially triggering public health crisis. (2/2)
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Tod Hardesty Sep 10
Replying to @Weather_West
What impact if any will all of this smoke have on the SST's in the NE Pacific?
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Tim Susoev Sep 10
Replying to @Weather_West
Is there any rain possible in September for Southern California?
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Clynton Taylor Sep 10
Usually so low it’s best measured in millimeters. Oct. no better (usually fire season then). The little rain that came with the rare August thunderstorms was offset by lightening-caused fires. It’s very bleak (not a meteorologist, just looking at data and personal exp.).
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Ryan Hickman Sep 10
Replying to @Weather_West
How many days of this before plankton in the sea starts suffering from the loss of sunlight? 😬 When do the plants start wilting?😮 Hope winds change enough in the next few days before long term damage sets in ☹️
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Margaret Pinard Sep 10
Just what I was thinking after seeing that map!
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DHCooper Sep 10
Replying to @Weather_West
That is....horrifying.
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I'm in Surrey (just outside of Vancouver, Canada) and we're getting air quality warnings already. It's not visible, but you can smell it in the air.
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Brandon Gowdridge 🇨🇦 Sep 10
It was thick enough to be seen right in front of me Tuesday evening. I was smelling it most of the day, but it wasn't until the evening when I could see it right in front of me.
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blueledboy Sep 10
Replying to @Weather_West
Our PV system in Cupertino (SF Bay Area) was down by 97% yesterday, quantifying how dark it was with the smoke/fog sandwich. The
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They found a new OTC to prevent COVID: a mask. Sep 10
I was wondering about that kind of thing. The street lights were on at the local Interstate and at some parking lots.
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