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Met Office Jun 2
Thanks to who caught this beautiful 🌇 photo from Devon this evening. These stunning colours are partly due to the wildfires across parts of Canada. Have you managed to capture a sunset pic tonight?
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Met Office
Smoke from in has been carried across the Atlantic by the ... 🔥 This satellite pic from this morning shows the smoke circled in red ⭕️
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Met Office Jun 3
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In this NASA image from yesterday, you can see that the smoke originated in Canada 🇨🇦 It was then carried across the Atlantic by the , and arrived in the UK 🇬🇧 The smoke particles scatter blue light, leaving only red light which gives the sky its notable appearance 🌅
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Jonners Le Ray Jun 3
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Big event at Duxford, Cambridge tomorrow/wednesday. What are we expecting in that area tomorrow?
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Met Office Jun 3
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Hello. Some early sunny spells, however cloud thickening through the morning. Isolated heavy showers are then possible, before a chance of heavy rain clipping the far southeast later. Maximum temperature 23 °C. ^Dan Full forecast here:
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Christine Mitchell Jun 3
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Last nights pink sunset in Cambridgeshire
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flo Jun 3
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That the Northern Alberta wildfires that first brought that smoke to Edmonton?
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JR Jun 3
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Not only is Canada sending contaminated plastic waste to Asia they are now sending contaminated air to Europe! There is no stopping them! 🤣
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Jacqui Russell Jun 3
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Wow
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Anni Hami #UnitedInDiversity #SociallyDistant Jun 3
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Thanks Met Office, really interesting!
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