As of Tuesday, September 13, northwesterly winds have brought the smoke into Wisconsin. Some locations in the northern part of the state have reported falling ash and reduced visibility due to the smoke. The satellite images show the appearance of the initial plume on Tuesday morning, now curving with the flow around the high pressure center centered over the northern Plains. The milky appearance of the image over parts of central and southern Wisconsin reflects the dispersion of the smoke in the atmosphere, downstream of the initial plume.
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