JUNE 22, 2003  

Western smoke over

northern Ontario

You can see the high-pressure area, sitting southwest of James Bay, pulling the smoke across James Bay and sending it south and east over Ontario and Quebec. The smoke is from forest fires in Saskatchewan.

There is still ice in the middle of James Bay (topmost section of the bay shown). Provided by our NOAA man-in-the-sky Allan Eustis.

Satellite image of forest fire smoke over northeastern Ontario, June 22, 2003

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