|Satellite photo from the National Weather Service|
office in Burlington, Vermont shows smoke
over the region from Alberta
That's smoke from Alberta, mostly from the fire that devastated Fort McMurray last week. The fire is still burning big time and spewing smoke far and wide.
Depending on which way the wind has been blowing, the smoke has gotten as far from Alberta as the U.S. Gulf Coast.
Winds have shifted, and now the smoke is blowing over us.
Air quality isn't wonderful, but it's not bad enough to trigger air pollution alerts.
But the hazy Vermont sky is a reminder that the North American wildfire season is off to a bad start.
And we'll probably have hazy days like this several more times this summer.