Smoke from the Colorado wildfires has drifted over Iowa, and while it isn’t expected to generate any health problems in the state, Iowan’s can expect redder skies at dawn and dusk until the plume passes.
“Primarily, you’ll notice it toward the evening hours. The sky will be hazier,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Kevin Skow. “The sunsets and sunrises will be redder than normal.”
Meteorologists say they haven’t observed any dust particles in the smoke that could settle on structures in Iowa, and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources still lists the state’s air quality as “good.”
For more information, read the full article from the Des Moines Register.