As the wildfires rage across the western US, skies were so dark it appeared more night than day at time.
The skies turn to dull orange and while in some places ash fell like snow.
According to report, the fires raged and damage alot of properties, and people in San Francisco and everywhere in California experienced a deep orange sky on Wednesday as massive wildfires filled the air with smoke and cinders.
This going to be lowered temperatures at what has historically been the warmest time of year in San Francisco, as the dark skies blocked.
However, “Geo-color imagery shows a very thick multilevel smoke deck over much of California,” the US National Weather Service said in a tweet.
The smoke is causing much cooler temperatures and dark dreary red-shifted skies across many areas.
Wildfires raging across a wide swath of California, Oregon and Washington state on Wednesday, destroying dozens of homes and business in the Western US states and forcing tens of thousands of residents to evacuate.
Governor Kate Brown said on Wednesday, More than 121,000 hectares (300,000 acres) are burning across Oregon including 35 major wildfires, with at least five towns “substantially destroyed” and mass evacuations taking place.
He added, wildfires has been rapidly spreading since weekend due to unprecedented heatwaves followed by intense, dry winds.
See photos of the dull orange sky: