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Smoke from California's wildfires is drifting across the US to New York a?? and it's making pretty sunsets

Smoke from California's wildfires is drifting across the US to New York a?? and it's making pretty sunsets
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California's recent wildfires have killed at least 82 people. Nearly 700 others are still missing.




Smoke from the blazes is billowing high into the atmosphere and drifting across the US.




California's smoky haze has created "smokestorm" conditions, but fine particles have spread as far as New York City.




The hazy smoke has changed the appearance of sunsets and sunrises, making them more orange in color.



The recent scourge of wildfires in California have claimed the lives of at least 82 people, and authorities report that nearly 700 others are still missing.
The Camp Fire in northern California has proven the most deadly in the state's history, killing 79 people. The blaze has scorched more than 150,000 acres of land, destroyed more than 15,000 buildings, and is about 70% contained as of Tuesday.
Read more: Satellite images show how the Camp Fire destroyed entire towns and killed dozens of people
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