Serious question tweeps:

It is late August. Much of NorCal gets little to no rain until late October - two months.

We have many enormous fires, too many to fight and contain.

Is there a plausible story for how these fires -and their smoke - are doused before the rain comes?

To be very practical & self-centered: how likely is it that outdoors will be unhealthy around here for at least the next two months? When planning to adapt to Covid, isn't it also now likely that the smoke will be a major factor for much of the fall? Is there another possibility?

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