Smoky Day Caused by Canadian Fires

Several wildfires in British Columbia and Alberta, Canada have sent a layer of smoke down south to their neighbors, which just so happens to include Montana and Wyoming. Nickolai Reimer, Meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Billings, Montana, said that the smoke was aided by a cold front that moved in last night.

Reimer said that the smoke is affecting several areas in Montana and Wyoming.

Reimer also said that the smoke will hopefully clear out tonight.

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