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Smoke from western fires now over Southeast

Does the moon or sun look a little hazy to you this weekend? If so, it’s most likely because the plume of smoky air from the forest fires out west has made it over the Southeast in the last day. This image shows where the smoke is located today. You can expect it to hang around for another day or two before moving on or dissipating. Thanks to our UGA atmospheric science student Will O’Neil @WillONeilWx for Tweeting it out!