(Chicago, IL) — It’s been hazy across the northern tier of Illinois, and once again, smoke from wildfires in northern Canada are to blame. The smoke acts like the haze that happens during extreme heat, dimming the sun and moon a bit and rendering the sky a little less blue, but also making for dramatic sunrises and sunsets. The effect was seen three weeks ago in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin and is back in the Midwest again, spreading all the way to Tennessee.
David Stewart/jab IL) IN) WI) TN)
Copyright © 2015
Metro Networks Inc.