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The 491,000-acre August Complex Fire is now the largest blaze in state history, and statewide, a total of more than 3 million acres have gone up in smoke, a record area for a single year.
I am constantly wondering if the tightness in my chest is panic or rage or virus or smoke.
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When a shot is fired, it’s the bang that is heard, the smoke that is felt.
The fires fueled huge thunderclouds, which drew between 300,000 and 900,000 metric tons of smoke into the stratosphere — more smoke than any known inferno.
Maybe there’s too much smog that day from agricultural emissions in the Central Valley, or even too many locals complain that they don’t like smoke.
Most purifiers have three CADR ratings, for pollen, dust, and tobacco smoke, which are filtered at slightly different rates.
In the meantime, Brick said the county put out a few portable air quality sensors Sunday night that measure smoke or dust particles, which are usually deployed only during wildfire events or special studies.
Australia’s most recent wildfire season was so severe that smoke from the fires reached new heights in the atmosphere — and showed some very weird behavior while it was up there.
As the house filled with smoke, she climbed out a second-story window and onto an overhang.
The phenomenon was surprising, because the smoke got pretty intense after a while, and people were coughing and having to wave smoke away from their faces with — I think they had a file folder in front of them.

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