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Heres why Bostons sky could have a milky haze on Friday


Forecasters said there is absolutely no threat to the general public.

Haze from California wildfires blanketed the Boston in July this past year. Christiana Botic for The Boston Globe

Smoke from western wildfires provides a milky haze to skies above Boston on Friday.

The National Weather Service is forecasting that the smoke in top of the layers of the atmosphere will probably filter in to the area through the afternoon and may be visible through the weekend.

The hazy appearance to the sky will pose no threat to the general public, but provides the chance for vivid reddish hues to build up during sunset, forecasters said.

New England recently has seen smoke from wildfires burning in the united states several times.

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