September 2, 2018, 6:15 am
Terry Schafer says
September 3, 2018 at 9:34 am
If you wonder about smoke just drive over Richter pass and take a look at the still burning hills. Keremeos and Cawston are suffering far more than we are but it’s still affecting our air quality. We need some more rain.
Zoli Kovacs says
September 2, 2018 at 11:44 am
Question why do some like the weather network still have the smoke skies thing up when we been clear for a while now
Publisher: We live here Zoli – they don’t – weather forecasting is the toughest job in the world because each square mile of the earth has different conditions and the forecast is best left to – dark tonight, brighter in the morning. Chance of rain, wind and fire including cloud, blue skies and wonderful sunsets.
Les Dewar says
September 2, 2018 at 11:03 pm
We’ve had smoky skies here in Osoyoos the last few days. Not thick like before, but certainly smoke. We could smell it in the air last night. This afternoon we were up by Vaseux Lake and the air was all blue with smoke. I’ve seen smoke in the air everyday. I guess because I have severe asthma I have a different standard of clear air. To me, I have to see the mountains crystal clear, before I will say there is no smoke in the air. It was quite bad here this afternoon.
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