SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Smoke from our wildfires in California is on the move across the United States. Thanks to the jet stream, smoke is being carried far to the east of the wildfires.
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This is not uncommon, as the jet stream continuously moves west to east.
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In August, smoke from fires in California was also pushed far east. Areas affected eastward would likely only see a light haze with minimal health impacts.
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Smoke from California wildfires travels across US to Chicago