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The thick, hazardous haze blanketing the Northeast disrupting daily life for millions of people across the U.S. and Canada could persist until the weekend, a U.S. National Weather Service meteorologist said.
The weather system that’s driving the great Canadian-American smoke out, a low-pressure system over Maine and Nova Scotia, “will probably be hanging around at least for the next few days,” U.S. National Weather Service meteorologist Bryan Ramsey said.
“Conditions are likely to remain unhealthy, at least until the wind direction changes or the fires get put out,” Ramsey said. “Since the fires are raging — they’re really large — they’re probably going to continue for weeks. But it’s really just going to be all about the wind shift.”
“Conditions are likely to remain unhealthy, at least until the wind direction changes or the fires get put out.” — Bryan …
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