Looking at the NOAA HMS Smoke and Fire Product (top left), the small red dots indicate clumps of fires in the Pacific Northwest and Canada. No significant plumes were seen, however, and the HMS will begin to stop analyzing the regions of northern and central Canada tomorrow as the wildfire season dies down. There are no large areas of elevated AOD, as seen in the MODIS Aqua satellite image (top right).
The EPA AIRNow combined AQI loop (bottom left) shows Code Yellow AQIs along the West Coast in addition to moderate AQIs in small patches across the United States. The AQIs across the country has decreased as the day has progressed, and most of the remaining aerosols are due to PM2.5. The current high is in the City of La Grande, OR (75). The bottom right image is courtesy of OMI, illustrating elevated levels of NO2 in Southern California that could contribute to the West Coast's moderate AQIs along with the fires seen on the HMS.