Latin American Smoke May Hit Austin

As if to show us that no matter how much we vote to ban smoking, God has the final word, KXAN reports that smoke annually used to clear crops by South Mexican and Guatemalan farmers may be on the way to Austin. Though the winds up until now have blown the smoke away from Austin, the smoke has now hit Corpus Christi and should make its way through West Texas and the Panhandle. Now that the agricultural fires are reaching their peak, Austin has the chance to see some of that smoke if the weather remains dry.

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