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A wildfire in Northern California is the biggest in the state's history

September 10, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

While dozens of wildfires are burning across California, the August Complex Fire — currently raging in Northern California — has become the largest wildfire in state history.

While dozens of wildfires are burning across California, the August Complex Fire — currently raging in Northern California — has become the largest wildfire in state history.

Early morning satellite images from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reveal that the wildfire smoke continues to blanket most of the US West Coast Thursday morning.

The winds have died down, improving wildfire conditions across California.

Dry weather will continue to prevail, though, as wildfires continue to produce a smoke blanket across much of the state.

This smoke is having an effect on the weather forecasts across the region, typically reducing what would be higher temperatures.

The smoke from the fires in the region will not only continue to make for poor air quality; it will also hamper the temperature forecast in the region.

Thicker smoke will make it cooler than the temperature should be because of the blocked the solar insolation, the Hanford weather office said.

But, wildfire smoke in the area could keep temperatures closer to normal, says the National Weather Service in Los Angeles.

Fire conditions are improved today across Northern California, but the smoke is likely to hang around.

But this highly depends on the direction of the wind and how much smoke remains over the region, says the Sacramento weather office.

Wildfire weather conditions are beginning to look more favorable across Oregon as the winds start to shift from an offshore to an onshore flow and will improve even more moving into the weekend.

Conditions across the current wildfires in southern Oregon will remain unstable and very dry, allowing them to create their own weather patterns.

It is difficult to forecast where the smoke will be most hazardous across the state, except, of course, for areas that are close to active fires.

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