Haze in the air is causing confusion around the area today. Kansas Forest Service 2610 Claflin Road Manhattan, KS 66502 785.532.3300. The Kansas City Visual Air Pollution Camera is located atop the Blue Ridge Office Tower. Website showing earthquake activity and historical information for Kansas. So, If the wildfires aren't giving off that smoke, eventually in a day or two you would see an end that haze," he said. But, until that day happens we can expect to still see hazy skies. (High speed connection … Note: This report is updated daily or as fire danger and/or activity warrant. Let’s do some digging. "A lot of that haze would continue to move into the East, but then it would continue to move eastward. You will notice that the wind is out of the Northwest, so take a look in that direction. Wildfire smoke from out west has moved into our region and is the culprit for why out skies look hazy and why the sun has a red-orange hue to it. These are the current conditions as of 10 AM Thursday. Subscribe to our mailing list * indicates required. Haze in the air is causing confusion around the area today. The smoke has caused skies to be hazy and made the sunrises and sunsets more colorful. Click still images for full size view. Today’s and tonight’s Lincoln, NE weather forecast, weather conditions and Doppler radar from The Weather Channel and Weather.com Last Name . Email Address * First Name . So, If the wildfires aren’t giving off that smoke, eventually in a day or two you would see an end that haze,” he said. Click here for the current fire report of Kansas. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources thanks the Blue Ridge Office Tower for their active support in this public service project. Click movie for high resolution view. Now that you’re facing Northwest, you’ll notice a little bit of a haze over the area. FIRST: Let’s see where our wind is. But, until that day happens we can expect to still see hazy skies. The Kansas Flint Hills and the Osage Hills of northern Oklahoma are a massive area of tallgrass prairie. Current Fire Situation Kansas . “A lot of that haze would continue to move into the East, but then it would continue to move eastward. As wildfires continue to rage throughout California, residual plumes of smoke have drifted all the way to the Midwest, reaching as far as the northwestern region of Kansas. Burning the prairie keeps invasive species, such … The weather service office in Topeka, Kansas, said today that ranchers generally perform their burns between March 15 and April 15, and the burns continue into the overnight hours. Where is it coming from you may ask?