Smoke From the Tennessee Wildfires Is Reaching Michigan
Do you smell smoke? It might not be from your neighbor's burning leaves. The National Weather Service reports smoke from the Tennessee wildfires is reaching lower Michigan.
Meteorological conditions Monday night carried smoke from the wildfires raging near Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee into lower Michigan. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is ablaze and Dollywood has been evacuated. The fires are so large that the smoke has been carried along wind currents nearly 500 miles to the Great Lakes State.