The wind shifted to the north last night for 12 hours and pushed a lot of smoke back at us. It is clearing again though it was smoky early morning. Please enjoy these four snaps:
The Dixie Fire front has moved to our north and east and is at higher elevations, so we have layers of clouds and smoke in the sky, with the sunlight producing unique effects. This looks like another planet. Air quality at ground level is good here, with an AQI of 44 (compared to scores sometimesContinue reading “Dixie Fire Morning Sun – Smoke, Shadow, and Light”
There are high smoke clouds today from the Dixie Fire, though clear air on the ground, making for a cooler summer day. The clouds and sun can interact in beautiful ways. Here are four favorites of mine. Please enjoy!
Some haze this morning and a smoke smell. The Dixie Fire continues to grow, nearly 10K acres now, but away from us, up into the high country. As the day goes on we should again have a consistent wind from the southeast to blow the smoke away. Here are six pictures from yesterday, including anContinue reading “Summer Fire Season in Paradise 2021”