Smoke from California wildfires made its way to New York

Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

Smoke from wildfires in the western United States, not only did it generate the most toxic air on the planet, but it has already reached the states of Boston, Washington and New York.

“This smoke is obscuring the sun and will keep temperatures a few degrees cooler today than what would be observed if the smoke were not present.”, according to the Baltimore Weather Service.

According to authorities, some Washingtonians reported yellowish / green smog and in some counties airborne particles are 40 times higher than normal.

According to the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, it extended the alert that should have expired on Monday on air quality. The air is so dense that Alaska Airlaines has suspended its flights to Spokane and Portland..

Fires are spreading across the state of California, smoke is causing poor air quality and affecting the health of residents of different states.

“Air quality is unhealthy in much of our region, due to the Bobcat fire. We continue to monitor air quality, stay indoors and avoid outside activities, as possible”, said the Mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, on your Twitter account.