“Wildfire smoke is more common in the sky during late summer and early fall, the height of the annual wildfire season,” According to AccuWeather.com“but due to the surge in fire activity in Alberta over the past week, the smoke has come earlier this year.”

While it’s unclear — pun intended — whether the smog will subside, one thing is for sure. Winds will become more southwesterly as the high pressure strengthens to the south and west, according to the National Weather Service. warmth.

Friday, May 12 will be slightly warmer with highs in the mid-80s under partly clear skies.

Looking ahead to the weekend, Saturday, May 13 will be partly cloudy with a temperature around 70 degrees, and Sunday, May 14 will be partly cloudy with a temperature above 60 degrees.

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