PENNSYLVANIA (KNNP) – Constituents in Pennsylvania will soon see a new trait above their heads, smoke. Canada, the neighbors to the north, are braving a horrendous season of wildfires. The smoke has filled the Michigan skies, due to the northeast jet stream.
Starting tomorrow into Thursday, the sky will become filled with a glaze-drip of smoke lines, high into the Pennsylvania portion of the atmosphere.
According to the local office for the National Weather Service, the Canadian-smoke will be around 6,000 feet above the ground – with temperatures reaching around 90-degrees.
Michigan has sufficed through the preliminary wildfire smoke.
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