National Weather Service: Air quality to improve later this week

Haze in Washington’s skies caused by more than 150 wildfires in B.C. is expected to improve by Thursday afternoon, according to a National Weather Service forecast. Smoke will continue to spread throughout western Washington until a shift in airflow prompts Thursday’s shift in wind direction. On Tuesday, air quality in Custer was considered moderate, while Bellingham’s ranked as unhealthy. Photo courtesy of the Department of Ecology

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