In Canada flameless fires burning under the surface of snow causing concerns of Smog

Canada-smoke-haze-New-Jersey A man talks on his phone as he looks through the haze at the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, New Jersey on June 7

Psalm 148:8 Fire and hail, snow and mist, stormy wind fulfilling his word!

Important Takeaways:

  • Zombie fires smolder in Canada under layers of snow amid fears the thaw will bring another smog-filled summer to the US
  • Zombie fires have been smoldering under layers of snow in Canada as the remnants of last year’s massive wildfires remain in the area.
  • The zombie fires, or flameless, slow-burning fires that occur under the earth’s surface, have triggered fears that the thaw will bring another smog-filled summer to the US.
  • Firefighter and scientist Sonja Leverkus said that as she drove in a snowstorm in November in her small town in British Columbia, she noticed that instead of the snow being white, it was a blue-grey color from the smoke.
  • ‘I’ve never experienced a snowstorm that smelled like smoke,’ Leverkus said.
  • Now, those fears could spark another wave of smog and haze down to the US like much of the East Coast experienced in the summer of 2023.

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