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Hazy visits area . . . without hot and humid

Plume from Canada wildfires not considered health threat

This image provided by the National Weather Service at Albany shows the smoke plume that is hovering over the Capital Region today.
This image provided by the National Weather Service at Albany shows the smoke plume that is hovering over the Capital Region today.
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A plume of smoke from wildfires in western Canada hung over the Capital Region and much of the Northeast Friday and made the sky hazy. “It’s interesting,” said Joe Villani, a National Weather Service meteorologist. “Most people won’t even notice it because it just looks like it’s a hazy day today.” But hazy summer days are usually hot and humid. “This is really not one of those days,” Villani said, noting Friday’s cool and dry ...

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