National Weather Service: Smoke from California wildfires spotted in Ohio

This photo illustrates the difference in elevation between low clouds (1,000 ft) and smoke...
This photo illustrates the difference in elevation between low clouds (1,000 ft) and smoke (30,000 ft) coming from California wildfires.((Source: National Weather Service Cleveland))
Published: Sep. 10, 2020 at 6:33 AM EDT
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OHIO (WOIO) - National Weather Service Cleveland said smoke from the California wildfires has reached Ohio in a Wednesday night Twitter post.

The NWS said the traveling smoke caused hazy and grayish skies in the Ohio area and will pass through the Midwest, Great Lakes and Ohio Valley regions.

Their tweet said the smoke is much higher in the sky than clouds coming off Lake Erie.

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