"Meteorologists expect the graying effect to be ... present until the smoke is eventually pushed off the coast by a cold front on Friday," Gothamist reported.
Upper level winds continue to spread smoke from the West Coast #wildfires across much of the northern half of the CONUS, reaching well into the Atlantic Ocean! Skies will continue to be hazy as a result. Meanwhile, #HurricaneSally is impacting portions of the Southeast. pic.twitter.com/LadTkwIs21— NWS New York NY (@NWSNewYorkNY) September 16, 2020
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Avenue B, 2 p.m., Sept. 16
A view of the sun this afternoon along Avenue B between Fifth Street and Sixth Street.
As you've likely heard, smoke from wildfires in the Western United States reached NYC earlier this week, giving the sky a hazy and milky look during the day.