Smoke from Siberian wildfires turns Northwestern sunsets a fiery red
The scenes have almost felt like they're out of Hollywood imagination -- brilliant red sunrises and sunsets the last couple of days around Western Washington.
Why so red? It's a byproduct of the massive wildfires that recently burned a large area in Siberia.
The atmospheric winds are aligned this week to carry the smoke across the Pacific Ocean and into the Pacific Northwest.
First up, to get an idea of just how much smoke is in the atmosphere, look at this visible satellite image taken on April 14 of the southeastern Siberia area where the wildfires got out of control: Read More
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