Smoke from West Coast Wildfires is Impacting Areas Much Farther Away

Smoke from wildfires burning in Northern California, Oregon, and Washington state is now making its way across the country and even other parts of the world.

The New York National Weather Service reported that the sky on Tuesday had a yellowish-brown tint to it because of the smoke.

Reports are also rolling in that the smoke is also being reportedly seen in the Netherlands and parts of Germany.

Handel breaks down the environmental issues this smoke is causing and how the West Coast now has some of the world's most polluted skies.

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