Fire In British Columbia Releases Smoke; Hurricane Lorenzo Sucking in Particulate Matter

The NOAA HMS image above shows that smoke originating from fires in British Columbia are drifting south along the West Coast of the United States. The Canadian Fire Hotspots Map below shows that many of the hotspots in Canada are located in British Columbia and close to where the smoke is originating from. The  NRL/Monterey Aerosol below shows that the Smoke Surface concentration reaches a range of 64-128 ug/m**3 in the center of concentration of smoke.

The Copernicus Global image above shows how particulate matter from North Africa is being sucked into Hurricane Lorenzo as it travels across the Atlantic Ocean. In the NRL/Monterey Aerosol image below all forms of particulate matter, from dust to smoke and sulfates are curving towards Hurricane Lorenzo. The  NASA Worldview image below shows a satellite image of Hurricane Lorenzo.

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