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July 29 Novak Weather: Smoky skies likely to continue in MN

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Smoke from Canadian wildfires is again causing air quality issues and hazy skies in Minnesota, and Novak Weather doesn't expect that to chance for the next handful of days. 

"We're likely going to have to deal with some smoke for quite a while," says Novak, noting that a northerly flow out of Canada is the reason the smoke is causing issues with haze and air quality in Minnesota. 

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Check out Novak's latest weather briefing video for full details, including information about: 

- The cooler Canadian air that will gradually filter into MN/WI.
- The potential for a few scattered showers/storms on Saturday.
- The continued mostly DRY conditions that will dominate the extended outlook.

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Smoke-filled sky in central Minnesota Thursday. 

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