Wildfire Smoke Enters Region Causing Hazy Skies

There was a smoky haze in the air in Findlay and all across the region on Tuesday.

WTOL-11 Meteorologist John Burchfield explained,

“Wildfire smoke has once again entered the region, and the influx of cooler, more dense air behind a cold front has enabled the smoke to sink down to the ground level.”

The smoke affected the air quality, making it unhealthy for sensitive groups.

The National Weather Service said the haze would continue on Tuesday night, and then Wednesday would be mostly sunny with a high of 81 with improving air quality as the day progresses.

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