UPDATED PHOTO: Satellite imagery shows spread of wildfire smoke across B.C.

UPDATED PHOTO: Satellite imagery shows spread of wildfire smoke across B.C.

The smoke has prompted air-quality advisories in many areas.

B.C. is facing smoky skies the likes of which it hasn’t seen in a couple years.

The smoke, which is coming from wildfires burning in the Western United States, has prompted air-quality advisories in many areas.

Satellite imagery from NASA shows how the smoke is flowing up the Pacific coast and impacting B.C.’s valleys.

The smoke has slowly spread across southwestern B.C., the images show. Click here for NASA’s interactive map.

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UPDATED PHOTO: Satellite imagery shows spread of wildfire smoke across B.C.

UPDATED PHOTO: Satellite imagery shows spread of wildfire smoke across B.C.