Many around the Northwest noticed the sky looked a bit weird Sunday with the sunlight more of a brownish/orange akin to a sunset than midday sunshine.
It turns out, a decent plume of smoke from wildfires burning in inland British Columbia got caught up on the northerly flow and was pushed over Western Washington.
Here is a snap shot from a visible satellite image:
You can see an animation loop of the visible satellite over the area, taken between 10 a.m. and noon:
The smoke should subside by Monday morning.
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