Smoke from the wildfires currently burning in California has traveled all the way across the country to New York City.
A map from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows smoke moving more than 3,000 miles across the country, giving New York a hazy sky effect.
The light haze from the smoke was visible in areas from the city all the way to Philadelphia.
New Jersey-based meteorologist Gary Szatkowski tweeted a picture of a NOAA map showing the smoke's path from the West Coast to the east.
So if you thought it was just a bit hazy this afternoon, we have a California fire smoke plume moving through. pic.twitter.com/PsYNlAWrgA— Gary Szatkowski (@GarySzatkowski) November 19, 2018
The smoke is not expected to cause health issues in the eastern part of the U.S.
Wildfires in both Northern and Southern California have destroyed more than 10,000 homes and have ravaged the region. At least 79 people have reportedly died as of Monday, making these the most deadly fires in more than a hundred years. More than a thousand people are still listed as missing.