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This Cloud Of Smoke Is Controlling Our Weather…

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  • TimeBucks
    TimeBucks 3 months ago +714

    Thank you for keeping us informed.

  • TheCrowningEntertainment
    TheCrowningEntertainment 3 months ago +45

    I live in southern Idaho and we have been absolutely pounded by thunderstorms for the past two months. It’s unlike anything I’ve seen in my past 25 years here. Things are crazy right now.

    • 1972martind28
      1972martind28 3 months ago

      And it has nothing to do with smoke

    • EMD_Jacoozii
      EMD_Jacoozii 3 months ago

      I live in southwestern Idaho and the storms have been nuts

  • TRGTornado
    TRGTornado 3 months ago +450

    Thanks Ryan for talking about the smoke! You are the only person I could find who uploaded about this smoke other than news channels! Thanks for all you do!

    • dethmaul
      dethmaul 3 months ago +35

      Dutchsinse shows us fires and smoke, too.

    • Anne M
      Anne M 3 months ago +3

      ​@dethmaul w/a grain of salt

    • Carole Barrett
      Carole Barrett 3 months ago +17

      I ❤ Ryan! Yesterday, however, Dutchsinse uploaded a video going into great detail about how his findings relate last month's solar flare triggering heat signatures all around the edge of the N American Crraton coming up from underneath. He forecasts earthquakes.

    • sofia lizzy
      sofia lizzy 3 months ago +24

      Dutchsince is all over the fires & the smoke since it started weeks ago.

    • Perspective
      Perspective 3 months ago +3

      Mitch weather west also talked about the smoke well before it happened

  • Persephone's Playroom
    Persephone's Playroom 3 months ago +29

    I'm actually a Canadian viewer who watches to make sure I'm up to date on weather events hitting family in the US. I'm pretty close to NY and it was wild seeing how bad it got down there for you guys in the cities. We had to wear respirators outside but you all got HIT! Sorry for our second-hand smoke 😬

    • Chelle Sheek-E
      Chelle Sheek-E 3 months ago

      Where abouts? All the live cams I can find show clear skies.

    • guppy
      guppy 3 months ago +2

      I feel for anyone closest to fires. California always fights fires. So for us its odd im in southern ohio

    • Jenn
      Jenn 3 months ago +5

      I was joking with my Mom yesterday and said, “ this smoke makes me wonder if our Canadian neigzhbors to the north are trying to subdue the US like bee keepers use smoke to subdue bees?” We both got a chuckle out of it, and neither of us are mad at anyone from Canada lightning happens and nobody is to blame for it. I’m sure Canada has gotten hit with wildfire smoke from us in the US as well from time to time. Peace be with you :)

    • guppy
      guppy 3 months ago

      @Jenn i think may be working🤫🤪😵‍💫🤣🤣

    • Sophie Robinson
      Sophie Robinson 3 months ago +1

      @Chelle Sheek-ECams in the New York city area

  • Wildfire
    Wildfire 3 months ago +137

    Your info on the wildfire smoke and how it affects the weather over such a large swath of our country is fascinating. Thank you for taking the time to keep us weather-informed. You continue to be the best weather team anywhere! Thank you, Ryan Hall Y’all!

  • John Chedsey
    John Chedsey 3 months ago +9

    I used to live near Seattle and started to dread every August because of the wildfire smoke drifting in from pretty much any direction. The summer of 2020 was downright awful when it hit, giving us the worst air quality in the world at the time. I have nothing but empathy for those on the east coast dealing with it. Stay safe as possible!

  • Reilly Dibble
    Reilly Dibble 3 months ago +1003

    Alternate Title: The Weather is High, Who's Getting Smoked?

    • Andominicus
      Andominicus 3 months ago +34

      @Dark void bro commented before the video 💀

    • Alter Ego
      Alter Ego 3 months ago +12

      This clam bake is naht kewl lol

    • angewfive0
      angewfive0 3 months ago +4

      @Alter Ego huh??

    • Anna Mineer
      Anna Mineer 3 months ago +15

      The Eastern US has a bad case of the cotton mouth too.😂😂
      On a serious note:
      We've had only about an eighth of an inch of rain in 3 weeks here.

    • F7 skillz
      F7 skillz 3 months ago +6

      Bro commented before the video dropped💀💀

  • Rick Williams
    Rick Williams 3 months ago +151

    It brought a whole new meaning to Great Smoky Mountains, we're unable to see most of the mountains here in NC because of all the smoke.

    • Derek Zelenka
      Derek Zelenka 3 months ago

      what does it mean otherwise?

    • M Rychards
      M Rychards 3 months ago +9

      It refers to clouds and fog on the mountains, not forest fire smoke!

    • Baby Catcher
      Baby Catcher 3 months ago +1

      Same on the other side of the hill in Sevier County!

    • CarolinaFishin'
      CarolinaFishin' 3 months ago +1

      Same here in Uwharrie. Probably not as bad but hazy.

    • Ashley Haynes
      Ashley Haynes 3 months ago

      It’s coming all the way into the mountains in north Georgia

  • Jessica Niedzwiecki
    Jessica Niedzwiecki 3 months ago +3

    I live in Michigan, we also have a fire going here, so I'm sure some of that smoke contributed to that as well. Keep up the good work.

  • DMarie
    DMarie 3 months ago +12

    Since the fast snow melt up here in NW Wisconsin it did seem like the wild fire smoke above us in Canada was dissipating any Spring storms we usually get in May/June so we've gotten really dry. We need rain badly!! Praying things normalize a bit next week. It's been strange how the news/weather people haven't discussed how the smoke can cause drought like this? I appreciate that you covered what I supected was happening.

  • lisamr40
    lisamr40 3 months ago +58

    Thanks Ryan for explaining the entire smoke situation. I live in the suburbs of Philadelphia. We've had an orange sun for days in the mornings. The smell of smoke was horrible yesterday. As of right now, (noon on 6/8) its not that bad, for now. Thanks for your informative videos.

    • Samantha anne
      Samantha anne 3 months ago +1

      ​The Mega Weather Geek for me it's worse it's in the very unhealthy zone

    • Ruth Stoker
      Ruth Stoker 3 months ago

      It's a strawberry 🌝 not because of the smoke haze

    • lisamr40
      lisamr40 3 months ago +1

      @Ruth Stoker The strawberry moon was over the weekend not on Tuesday morning at 6 am. Trust me it was the sun. I wish I could post a pic. It was an incredible site.

  • Charles J. Lee
    Charles J. Lee 3 months ago +46

    I live in Brooklyn, NY, and when I saw the sky was yellow and orange smoke everywhere. It smelled like a campfire from the Forest. That's how I described it. I hope those wildfires in the Canadian provinces of Quebec and Alberta are put out.

    • Robert's World
      Robert's World 3 months ago

      Wow you are smelling it down in the city

    • Butter
      Butter 3 months ago

      I forgot I opened a window and my whole home stinks now.

    • Robert's World
      Robert's World 3 months ago

      @Butter oof I know that feeling. Utah gets hit with smoke a lot from the wild fires in Cali

    • Zometthecomet gaming
      Zometthecomet gaming 3 months ago +2

      Yeah sorry about the SMELL after we are done dying and losing our homes we will write you a written apology for not putting the WILD fires out for you guys

    • Charles J. Lee
      Charles J. Lee 3 months ago

      @Zometthecomet gaming sarcasm will get you no where, but thanks for the apology.

  • Tia Marrow
    Tia Marrow 3 months ago +158

    All of my friends are in NY and they said that yesterday was the worst, like it smelled so bad like a bonfire and the sky was orange….my best friend actually thought the world was ending, and pretty much a lot of restaurants in our area closed early because of it.

    • Floydd
      Floydd 3 months ago +22

      well the world is ending, but.... lol. sorry

      MADOUT_VPS 3 months ago +4

      My eyes were itchy and I got nauseous walking to the bus

    • S W
      S W 3 months ago +3

      @Floydd "world" lol ok

    • Emy Barker
      Emy Barker 3 months ago +4

      When this happened in California I thought I was transported to mars

    • MJ
      MJ 3 months ago +1


  • Strange Creature
    Strange Creature 3 months ago +5

    The sky over Cincinnati Ohio has been completely grey with the smoke for the last month. Its wild! Hopefully the fires get put out soon

  • Tyluh Rich
    Tyluh Rich 3 months ago +1

    Thank you for being so informative Ryan you have top notch stuff on your channel.

  • Richard Gerome
    Richard Gerome 3 months ago +16

    I must say you are really good at this!!! Better than any other weather person I have seen on any channel on the TV… When I first saw you I thought “Wow what a great idea on Clip-Share” keep up the good work!!!

    • Jenne8
      Jenne8 3 months ago

      He’s better than my local weather forecasters!

  • HaR
    HaR 3 months ago +5

    Thank you Ryan! Love how you explain the forecasts so eloquently in an easy to comprehend manner.

  • OldManInternet
    OldManInternet 3 months ago +4

    I live in southern Vermont, and we saw a bit of this on Monday, but it just seemed more like odd fog that wouldn't break than smoke. It wasn't until relatives in CT and NY started posting photos and talking about it that I looked into it and figured out what happened.

  • Julia Weber
    Julia Weber 3 months ago +1

    Thank you Ryan for reporting the truth about the weather and the smoke from the north

  • Curtis Bartenstein
    Curtis Bartenstein 3 months ago +3

    Thanks, Ryan, for your updates. Shenandoah Valley experience of the smoke is something to behold. Thanks again, Ryan, and I'm looking forward to hopefully the snow this winter. Go El Nino!

  • Phoenix
    Phoenix 3 months ago +1

    Thank you so much for all your hard work and dedication! I appreciate you man.

  • catbyte06
    catbyte06 3 months ago +121

    Here in Michigan, we're under another Air Quality Alert and the orange moon caused by the smoke kinda freaks me out. It does look cool, though. We REALLY need rain here in the Great Lakes State.

    • M.R.
      M.R. 3 months ago +7

      Air quality in Minnesota is decent. But we really need some rain...it's been a bit dry this spring/early summer after our snowy winter

    • Jeremiah Allyn
      Jeremiah Allyn 3 months ago +7

      Same in central Kentucky. We did get rain yesterday finally, but it's still really dry. It's either too dry or too much rain, never seems to be "normal."

    • catbyte06
      catbyte06 3 months ago +12

      @M.R. Here in south central lower Michigan, we went from the wettest January 1 to April 5 on record to the driest on record since then. Weird. The lawns are going dormant, which usually doesn't happen until the first part of August or so.

    • Hope Taylor
      Hope Taylor 3 months ago +8

      Yep! I'm in the southeast part of Michigan

    • Arcies
      Arcies 3 months ago +4

      Here in illinois all the grass is brown and starting to get sharp and crunchy. I can't wait for rain

  • Glasswing Butterfly
    Glasswing Butterfly 3 months ago +3

    Thanks for addressing this, Ryan! I was on your sites looking for this info yesterday, so glad to get notification of this drop today! I value your expertise on all things weather-related!

  • Hope
    Hope 3 months ago +45

    Fires from Canada causing so much asthma for me & my family, very haze from their wildfires. Prays to wildlife’s up there 🙏🏼❤️

    • Annie Charbonneau
      Annie Charbonneau 3 months ago


    • guppy
      guppy 3 months ago +1

      I really feel for asthmatics closer to fires 🔥

    • Aqua Projects R&D
      Aqua Projects R&D 3 months ago

      Asmtha is not a symptom of bad temporary air. Its a present health condition. With various causes. Physical causes…

    • The time is nigh
      The time is nigh 3 months ago

      @Aqua Projects R&D no shit... cause bad air really helps..

  • Elizabeth Deal
    Elizabeth Deal 3 months ago +10

    We have air quality problems all the way over here in ohio. Yesterday it was so hazy it looked like the morning fog hadnt lifted. Not nearly as bad as new york (that orange glow is positively dystopian), but it was strange. Air quality today is a bit better but still not great. And the smoke forecast you showed puts one of the purple areas of dissipating smoke right over central ohio, so thats likely to change for the worse. Hoping it stops soon. Might explain the orange moon a couple days ago though.

    • guppy
      guppy 3 months ago

      Im in southern didnt know had call squad because of asthma attack was so bad

  • Dee Jahant
    Dee Jahant 3 months ago +6

    I so appreciate you and your team!! I talk about you all the time to my fam. I think they're sick of me talking about weather!🤣🤣🤣

  • Ragnarok
    Ragnarok 3 months ago +2

    The reddish sky all day was kind of cool to see all day here in CNY, and the smell was like someone was having a camp fire all day which I kind of like, but not while it was under those circumstances, it made me concerned for my family and friends that have asthma.
    Now it feels more like late Autume and early winter temperature wise instead of unofficial summer.

  • DaBlazesUSay
    DaBlazesUSay 3 months ago +16

    We definitely need some rain in the Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky area! Th smoke from the Canadian wildfires has been bad here, too, but the worst thing in this area is that we are in a moderate drought. I hope and pray that we get that promised pattern change this weekend, which will bring us a greater chance of rain next week. Keep up the good work, Mr. Ryan Hall!

  • Kimberly Hughes
    Kimberly Hughes 3 months ago +2

    For the last couple of days, we've had cooler temps between 60° and 68°F in the daytime. The week prior, we were between 85-90°...in N.E. Ohio! Thanks for explaining, Ryan!

  • Yellow Butterfly
    Yellow Butterfly 3 months ago +11

    There’s a video where a meteorologist recorded the satellite timeframe looking at the Quebec region, and it shows many fires started in that region at exactly the same time. This was no accident. They were set on purpose.

    • abunchahooey
      abunchahooey 3 months ago +2

      Was wondering if somebody was going to mention this. Unless the satellite was doctored, it sure looked suspicious.

    • dolton Murray
      dolton Murray 3 months ago

      Yes many of the fires were started by stupid people! Those who are caught are fined! One woman in the Maritimes was fine $20,000 for burning her garbage in her backyard. Men were reshingling a roof and saw what she was doing and reported her. A lot of the Quebec fires were started by campers, as were the ones in Alberta.

    • Julien Fournier
      Julien Fournier 3 months ago +4

      There was a huge line of thunderstorm on the evening of june 1 and on june 2, it was super windy.

  • Brass735
    Brass735 3 months ago +2

    Some 30 years ago, wildfires were similarly spread through West Virginia. When the wind shifted from SE, the smoke in central Ohio was almost as bad as NYC looks now. You could smell the smoke in downtown Columbus. The same wind that brought the smoke brought a few days of drizzle, and the smoke held close to the ground.

  • Allen Long
    Allen Long 3 months ago +2

    The smoke in the Northeast is reminding me of what it was like here in Central Washington (state) back in 2017. Back then the northern part of the state had several big fires burning (combined with big fires burning in Oregon and California alongside a slow-moving weather pattern) that caused smoke to be so thick the sun turned pink, my eyes burned, and I could taste the smoke when I inhaled it.

  • Gobl 943
    Gobl 943 3 months ago +3

    Weather has been so weird lately, much thanks for covering it. The smoke is not really that bad up here but it is causing unusually cool weather and keeping our rain chances pretty much non-existent. Knowing this won't last forever and we'll snap back to reality (sorry) is a little concerning.

  • Mike E V
    Mike E V 3 months ago +38

    Between the Hawaiian volcanic eruption and the Canadian wildfires, we have probably lost years of any air pollution gains.

    • Jak
      Jak 3 months ago +12

      I don't think natural events should be factored in to air pollution. Volcanoes and wildfires predate humanity, let alone the industrial revolution.

  • Bea Williams
    Bea Williams 3 months ago +6

    I live in south central Pennsylvania not far from the Maryland border. There was a lot smoke in the air this morning but it’s not as bad currently( 1:00pm).
    It is somewhat eerie when you can smell the fire this far away. The smell is as if the fire is not far outside of town limits, yet we all know it is much farther away. There is a small wildfire here in PA, south west of Stare College area I believe. Thank you for reporting on the fires as well as the weather!

  • o
    o 3 months ago +5

    Thanks for the update Ryan. Thanks for all you do. Keep up the good work

  • Will Manderscheid
    Will Manderscheid 3 months ago

    Thank you for the reports! Keeping an eye out for something on Arizona’s monsoon season this year

  • Benjamin Zone
    Benjamin Zone 3 months ago

    Thx for providing a no bs and understandable weather project!

  • eagledove9
    eagledove9 3 months ago +1

    Yeah, I had the smoke in Central Pennsylvania. It was really bad for one day, but the other days, it was just moderate or not too bad. I was getting scared that the fires would be getting down here close to where I live, or some would start up nearby. I'm surrounded by woods and mountains. I don't think I would be able to get all my cats into the car and drive away if a fire was all around us. However, it's cooled down and rained a little bit, and it no longer seems like we're about to catch on fire, not quite as much.

  • Jimi
    Jimi 3 months ago +30

    It was so bad in Philly yesterday. We went to a concert downtown and had to walk maybe 75 yards outside from our parking space to the entrance. My wife who has asthma barely made it. I have hay fever type allergies from time to time and my nose was stuffing up and eyes were watering. Never seen anything like it in my life. It's just awful outside.

    • Catherine Zatsick
      Catherine Zatsick 3 months ago +3

      Climate chaos is here! Let your federal officials know "Take action Now!"

    • Boycott
      Boycott  3 months ago +6

      You really need to wear an N95 or PM 2,5 mask. That stuff is very TOXIC.

  • John Caruana
    John Caruana 3 months ago

    Wow, an amazing explanation of what’s happening and why. Thank you.

  • Lydia Flatt
    Lydia Flatt 3 months ago

    Thanks! I love explaining to my husband why all of the weather is happening!

  • Tasha Patton
    Tasha Patton 3 months ago +25

    Glad it's been cooler weather here in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Having the smoke and heat would've been awful.

    • VANcouver Vixen
      VANcouver Vixen 3 months ago +2

      Same here in western NY

    • Odin Gallow
      Odin Gallow 3 months ago +1

      Yea. kinda cool here in my part of PA too

    • Steve C
      Steve C 3 months ago

      Doubt you'd have the heat because the south winds would keep it up in Canada.

  • Katie Cummings
    Katie Cummings 3 months ago

    Thanks so much for making this video, Ryan!

  • Stevemb0716
    Stevemb0716 3 months ago +3

    Thanks Ryan for explaining the entire smoke situation, I live in Alexandria Va Got the code red air quality very unusual winter like bubble over the north east which it’s causing lack of rain getting bone dry here.

  • Hell Kitten
    Hell Kitten 3 months ago +4

    Those "smoke particles" sure look a lot like the same color of a cloud from an ammonium nitrate explosion... like the ammonium nitrate that just went missing off a train that derailed in the U.S. the other week. And its also pretty wild how a large number of these fires in quebec all lit up at once, and was caught on video doing so.. things to think about..

  • American Woman
    American Woman 3 months ago +33

    I’m in TN and we have enjoyed having cooler temps, we usually go from winter to summer but we had a “real” Spring this year 😊

    • Old Blackstock
      Old Blackstock 3 months ago +2

      Us too here in SC. May was so cool I had my heat on one (1) day. I've never before had heat on in the month of May.

    • Sandra King
      Sandra King 3 months ago +3

      I wish spring would last longer as it's so beautiful

    • dog man
      dog man 3 months ago +1

      Same here in nc.

    • Dee Austin
      Dee Austin 3 months ago +1

      I'm VERY excited about having a Spring! I started a garden this year and have been able to be outside during the middle of the day 😳
      Soaking up some vitamin D for a few minutes while checking on the veggies has been wonderful!😊

    • American Woman
      American Woman 3 months ago +1

      @Dee Austin that sounds lovely! I have enjoyed the crisp early mornings before things get moving and it’s just me on the porch with the birdies 🙂

  • Ruth Novena
    Ruth Novena 3 months ago +1

    Thank you for making things clear in a simple easy to understand way.

  • brooke
    brooke 3 months ago +2

    In Ohio, we have light orange/yellowish skies and have for a few days. Happy it’s not as bad as other regions, but it’s definitely still creepy.

  • Tamara Helms
    Tamara Helms 3 months ago

    Thank you for the update. I see a line of that smoke hitting my neck of the woods around 2pm today (Friday). It has been super hazy the last couple days for sure and it looks like the brunt will be today. Also you mentioned that the trough is a first for June, do you know why? Anyway I enjoy your reports keep up the good work.

  • SagetMaster4
    SagetMaster4 3 months ago +2

    I know it's not really your geographic area but if you could give some of your thoughts on this years Southwest monsoon that would be awesome. It's going to start soon hopefully

  • Personal Account of Michael-Townsend

    It's been a mess, Ryan! Hard to breathe here in central New York State. The smell is an old campfire pit or wet woodstove soot. Strong and you can't get away from it. If it's heading your way, stay inside, don't do any active activities, Pray for rain.

  • Luna Joy
    Luna Joy 3 months ago +3

    I wondered why people have been freaking out about it, but you saying it’s not common in the east makes sense, since I just moved from CA to TN. So, I’m one of those who is used to it. And these hot days here while CA is experiencing cooled temperatures now plus with the smoke I’m wondering if it’s followed me 😮😂
    Thanks as always Ryan, for keeping us updated!

    • Jenny Van Dyke
      Jenny Van Dyke 3 months ago

      Yeah I wondered the same this this happens every summer here is the west. Then I heard it too not common over there.

  • CemreDemir1903
    CemreDemir1903  3 months ago

    It's very interesting that our weather systems have seemed to stop moving and even going backwards.

  • Michael Moy
    Michael Moy 3 months ago

    We had this last week from Newfoundland last week and from Nova Scotia and Alberta/Quebec early this week but it cleared out yesterday because of changing wind. It's unpleasant as you should stay indoors as much as possible. This has probably done more to kill running in the area than anything else.

  • Nathan Morkovsky
    Nathan Morkovsky 3 months ago

    Thank you for keeping us informed!!

  • Aaronplays11
    Aaronplays11 3 months ago

    Hi Ryan,Thanks for keeping everyone informed about the smoke and the severe weather but will Fort Worth,Texas be okay?

  • cmc
    cmc 3 months ago +3

    Thanks Ryan. This was the best explanation I've seen, and I'm in nyc. Yesterday was the scariest, weirdest day. Mid afternoon, when everything was orange felt like the End of Days. It was very difficult to breathe and my eyes and throat were burning. Awful. Today we are seeing improvement. It just looks like a hazy august day. Glad you're here. I've been watching you from the very beginning.

    • Roxane
      Roxane 3 months ago

      Horrible, my heart goes out to you all. I was visiting family in ND, the smoke from Canada fires was so bad, you couldn't see the other side of the rd (8ft). My friend was coughing up blood. Bought a gas mask, after that experience

    • Samantha anne
      Samantha anne 3 months ago

      Yall got n95 masks?

  • Jillian
    Jillian  3 months ago +72

    I’m Live in South Central Pennsylvania and the Canada’s Wildfires SMOKE has been Covering Our Air Space. I have Asthma and it’s Burning my Eyes and I’m in my Home. I Hope Everyone Stays Safe !! The Fire Started by A LIGHTNING Strike. Thank You So Much Ryan Hall Y’all 🤗🙏🏻

    • Meredith
      Meredith 3 months ago +4

      Same and it’s actually making some people sick here

    • Jillian
      Jillian  3 months ago +6

      @Meredith It’s Very Hard for Me to Breathe. So I’m Praying Everyone Takes Precautions. Stay Safe Meredith

    • characterblub
      characterblub 3 months ago +3

      SW PA, and yesterday I couldn't even go outside without my nostrils lungs and throat burning. Not even asthmatic either :c

    • Boycott
      Boycott  3 months ago +5

      Keep your windows closed, or if you can't, get an air filter like they use in home heating systems. Look for the ones that filter out PM 2.5 as it is the particles that cause the asthma attacks. You can temporarily fit them in the window, even if you have to use duct tape. If you have a fan, you can place one by one window and blow air out, and the air coming in through the filter in the other window should be much better. I would put a filter in both windows though. I have done this as I live in an area that get's smoke a lot. If you have a whole house fan, it is even better as it will really pull the air through the filter.

    • Boycott
      Boycott  3 months ago +6

      @Jillian Also, wear an N95 indoors as much as you can. It will help.

  • David Hakes
    David Hakes 3 months ago +8

    The cooler air will keep the smoke pressed to the lower altitudes, even to the ground. Just like it does for fog.

  • Ivy Taylor
    Ivy Taylor 3 months ago +19

    We've been seeing the smoke in upstate SC the past few days! It's making our mountains look very hazy, you couldn't even see the distant mountains yesterday it got so thick!

  • Kathy Arnas
    Kathy Arnas 3 months ago +1

    You are the very best! I trust you more than any meteorologist...local and or national ! Thank you!

  • Patrick M
    Patrick M 3 months ago

    Thank you sir! This is by far the best explanation of what is going on. I live in the tristate area and I have been watching all the news channels about this and they all suck!

  • Handmade not Hallmark
    Handmade not Hallmark 3 months ago +4

    Thanks for all the information, I just hope we get some kind of rain in central PA soon! Its been so dry.....

  • Scott Anos
    Scott Anos 3 months ago +12

    No smoke here in Utah. The summer has been lovely this year 😊

    • Gods Girl
      Gods Girl 3 months ago +2


    • loveforthegame3
      loveforthegame3 3 months ago +1

      same in colorado, We are enjoying our month straight of rain 😂 ill take the rain over 100⁰ and no clouds any day of the week

  • Lorrie Watson
    Lorrie Watson 3 months ago

    Thank you Ryan!! Best weather info anywhere!

  • Soulaesthete
    Soulaesthete 3 months ago

    The Canadian smoke has definitely been affecting us here in North Carolina, but I sure do like the cooler air from Canada! It's usually sizzling here in June, but it's a pleasant 81° today.

  • dmurphie2010
    dmurphie2010 3 months ago +6

    It was horrible in New Jersey yesterday. It kept on getting more orange by the minute. I've never seen the weather like this before. Today it's just very smokey outside. The sun is not so bright like it should be during the day. You can't see the NY skyline from NJ because of all the smoke today.

  • Mckayla Peelen
    Mckayla Peelen 3 months ago +1

    thanks for the update! also what causes the jet stream to come down in June when it's a rare thing?

  • Cindy Jo Moore
    Cindy Jo Moore 3 months ago +3

    I , also live in South Central Pa and the report air quality is worse today . It is very unhealthy today . I had to go out yesterday and wore my N 95 outside . Cleaned my air conditioners filters yesterday and set my air conditioners for just inside air . Ran it all night and into today . This is the worst I have ever seen this heavy of smoke in Huntingdon County , PA . Take care everyone , this is something to not mess with . Love and Hugs .

  • JDL
    JDL 3 months ago

    Thank You, Ryan for your broadcasts.

  • Susan Pharr
    Susan Pharr 3 months ago

    The Canadian Smoke flow has been going on for several days up to now. It smelled like all our neighbors were burning brush! In downstate NY we were finally able to distinguish atmospheric clouds and pale blue sky! Air quality is much better this evening. Down to 60 a tad north of NYC. NYC @ 131. There have been waves of cold air / warm air flowing through the area. NO rain thus far. I guess we can always wait 5 minutes…thanks for looking out for the NORTHEAST!

  • Aryeh Rosenthal
    Aryeh Rosenthal 3 months ago

    Thanks Ryan for the latest weather forecast update.

  • Mrs. Alma Trumble
    Mrs. Alma Trumble 3 months ago +32

    Thank you for keeping us informed. We have family who are in the path of the smoke and have lung issues. Asking you and your subscribers to please pray for my hubby and I. Our air condition unit broke last summer and we're trying to stay cool with an old window unit. My hubby is on oxygen 24-7 due to Covid damaging his lungs. He had a rollover accident in 2009 and it took his career. Thank you in advance. God Bless. PS, I do have a Go Fund Me, but we're not begging for donations.

    • Lucy Cucy
      Lucy Cucy 3 months ago +5

      @Dark void in need of some humility?

    • Lucy Cucy
      Lucy Cucy 3 months ago +1

      @Dark void nah. I’m not that pathetic.

    • Susie Sunshine
      Susie Sunshine 3 months ago +3

      I'm praying for you and your hubby, sweetie!! Just don't lose y'alls faith!!!! God is going to help y'all and provide!!!! In Jesus' Mighty Name, Amen!!!💙💜💚🙏

  • Kelly Wilson
    Kelly Wilson 3 months ago +5

    I never thought smoke could travel this far , First time i've seen this in Ohio !

    • Carl Morgan
      Carl Morgan 3 months ago +1

      Not mowed in two weeks and unless it rains it's OK for another week 😊 W. V.

    • TheFarmerfitz
      TheFarmerfitz 3 months ago

      Smoke goes where the wind blows it...

  • WZ
    WZ 3 months ago +7

    I love the cold we are getting from Canada in SE Indiana! Keep the hot humidity away. The crops are desperately needing rain though.

  • ShineyPenny654
    ShineyPenny654 3 months ago +33

    I'm in NC near Charlotte & it's crazy that the haze is coming this far

    • Ts Ts
      Ts Ts 3 months ago +6

      On the opposite side, far Western NC, its here too.😒

    • Marni Jackson
      Marni Jackson 3 months ago +3

      Shiney-Penny654 and Ts Ts over near Elkin we had very thick haze yesterday and day prior

    • miu7
      miu7 3 months ago +2

      Im in warrenton, havent experienced anything yet..

    • Mel-Bee
      Mel-Bee 3 months ago +3

      I'm in Winston. It was here Tuesday but seems to be cleared out after the rain yesterday

    • Tia Marrow
      Tia Marrow 3 months ago +5

      I’m in Greensboro, and I’ve gotten like 6 alerts on my phone about an air quality warning. The sky looks hazy to

  • Musashi
    Musashi 3 months ago +3

    In the UK during the late summer/ autumn we get similar skies but just more clear but instead of smoke, its sand from the Sahara. And thanks for this update!

  • Tim Scruggs
    Tim Scruggs 3 months ago

    Hey Ryan. Thanks so much for an update on the smoke. Didn't know how long it would last.

  • Image to Likeness
    Image to Likeness 3 months ago +3

    The wind is controlling the smoke which is affecting the weather still. Praying for a huge gust of freezing rain and wind from Florida to Canada. Christmas in July ❄️🥶 🙏

  • cmotherofpirl
    cmotherofpirl 3 months ago

    We have had smoke haze in Pittsburgh for more than a week: spectacular sunrise/sets and blue white skies.
    It was 42 this morning here, and heavy frost on the Allegheny Mountains. Our hi was 66.

  • mingkee27
    mingkee27 3 months ago +2

    I live in Brooklyn, NY
    The sky looked brown yesterday after 11:00 and it lasted until evening.
    I left work on Monday midnight and I knew something was wrong. I was unable to walk fast and I felt something was choking my body.
    It turned dark early Tuesday evening and it had deep smog at midnight, and I even had hard time to walk due to smog.
    Today (Thursday) is a bit better and I don't smell anything burning on the street

  • Diana Regallis
    Diana Regallis 3 months ago +1

    Ryan Hall Y'all
    Thanks for the updates🙌🙌 As always Shared to Facebook Public

  • Enuf Alrdy
    Enuf Alrdy 3 months ago +1

    Smelled like, looked and felt like like coastal weather this morning here in Izard County Arkansas. Rain started around 10am and it's been raining on and off since.

  • Scott Girl
    Scott Girl  3 months ago

    Great to know about the smoke from those fires. It's storming right now 1:25 pm Burgess, Virginia, off the Potomac River. Pouring hard with minor hail. Lots of lightening. Was that a fire induced storm??

  • LawOfLiberty
    LawOfLiberty 3 months ago +35

    It's also uncommon that 6-10 fires start instantly.

    • Frank Martin
      Frank Martin 3 months ago +3

      All it takes is one large thunderstorm with a couple dozen lightning strikes. Instant fire starters.

    • Matane
      Matane 3 months ago +9

      @Frank Martin there were no large thunderstorms, and at least 9 people have been arrested for arson.

    • Lisa Marie
      Lisa Marie 3 months ago +1

      not 15 & I've never heard of this in my whole life.

    • jen2gone
      jen2gone 3 months ago

      Yes I watched it happen on Dutchsinse. Not lightning and not “climate change”.

    • Gods Girl
      Gods Girl 3 months ago

      So true😮😮😮

  • xell os
    xell os 3 months ago +1

    REALLY appreciate the smoke forecast information. MN has lots of air quality advisories and we really need rain.

    • Me
      Me 3 months ago

      Northern VA also NEEDS rain!

  • So Lucien
    So Lucien 3 months ago

    Reminds me of Seattle a couple years back when this side was on fire. Hope it improves for them.

  • Edward Bavaria
    Edward Bavaria 3 months ago

    This video is incredible. Thank you for breaking it down like this.

  • Charlayne Elizabeth Denney

    Thanks Ryan. The smoke up north is something we get yearly in Texas from the Mexican burn-off. We've had haze/smoke here the last few days as well, it's that time of year.
    You might also take a look at the Texas panhandle. The folks in Amarillo have been dealing with flooding for over a week now with the storms parking themselves over them with that trough you were talking about. They've had a lot of road closures and such up there. I grew up there and have family up there and it's pretty nasty. The last time I remember something this bad was 1982 when we had flooding to the point my siblings came back from Denver to a sign on the house I made that said "Welcome Home to Beautiful Lake Amarillo."
    If that outbreak of severe weather expands over to the panhandle, the thought of severe storms on top of the rain is just really not a good thing. Insult to injury type of things.

    • Carol Brim
      Carol Brim 3 months ago

      People are suffering terribly and could use some help.

  • Rita Ostrum
    Rita Ostrum 3 months ago

    What a hard situation for all who are getting this smoke. You can't get away from it by going in the house.

  • Jeff W
    Jeff W 3 months ago +3

    If Yellowstone erupted, what would the smoke patterns look like in general?

    • Crosstariale
      Crosstariale 3 months ago

      They would probably be much, much heavier.

  • GrandmaOfThree
    GrandmaOfThree 3 months ago

    We had so much smoke in north central South Dakota about 3 weeks ago that I thought fields were on fire beside our house. I panicked! I thought the fire was going to break through our trees any second but it was Canada. I could see ash? Side note: we need rain!

  • Dee Leggett
    Dee Leggett 3 months ago +2

    We had code red yesterday and day before for AQ in Franklin county NC. Today is code orange. It looks cloudy/hazy outside so nothing visually obvious. My lungs beg to differ! First time I had to use my inhaler but the dog still needs to go outside. We were supposed to get rain yesterday but nothing substantial. No rain today. :(

  • Lobo Neiner
    Lobo Neiner 3 months ago

    These fires are very suspicious. Been getting storms in my area I never get this time of year.

  • SwanktheTank
    SwanktheTank 3 months ago

    you inspire me that one day ill find my passion too, well done man! THANKS!!

  • Virus_RL
    Virus_RL 3 months ago +1

    Aw sh*t Ryan. You once again pointed out my exact location in a higher risk for severe weather on Saturday. 😅 love to see it. Weather is my thing, and I’ll have cameras ready. (I’m in Norman by the way)

  • net2000man
    net2000man 3 months ago +3

    Wow, that first picture (NYC skyline covered in thick, dense yellow haze) looks like something right out of Blade Runner 2049!! Definitely an apocalyptic vibe going on!!!

  • WC HDB
    WC HDB 3 months ago +1

    We deal with smoke for about 3 to 4 weeks (Usually September) in the PNW from fires in British Columbia. This is becoming a yearly event for us, and it is getting tiring.

    • Zometthecomet gaming
      Zometthecomet gaming 3 months ago

      I mean we get nice cold Canadian air up here that helps us by pushing it down to you guys ! Talk to the force that controls the air flow of the world and get mad at it not us people that can’t do anything about it 😂

  • Jacqueline Carpenter
    Jacqueline Carpenter 3 months ago

    Always thanking you Ryan for your great info