The impact of all of those fires may actually exceed the eruption of Mt. St. Helens, if it hasn't already done so. I guess at this point wind is a mixed blessing; it clears the smoke (or re-directs it) but at the risk of intensifying the fires. What you really need is widespread rain - without lightning! I hope you get some soon.Winds are coming in from the ocean, bringing over 1,100 miles of smoke with it. Red Flag warning this afternoon. Entire county on Level 1 evacuation now.
The wind will then divert to the north east where it will blanket (further blanket) oregon, washington and Idaho.
Golfers playing on the course this morning. No masks. "Hazardous" air quality. They can't even see where their ball lands on the fairways its so dense out there. They are idiots.
My navy blue car is slowing changing to a white car from the ash.
Funny you mentioned that. I went to the store yesterday, the only thing I got was a loaf of bread. I got the last loaf of sandwich bread in the place. The only reason I got that was a lady had picked it up by mistake thinking it was a different kind of bread so she came back to put it back. It was a store brand so a strange packaging.bread was not to be had, as usual,