National Interagency Fire Center. So far, the states with the largest number of acres burned are Oregon with 474,421 acres, California with 176,892 acres, Idaho with 172,448 acres and Alaska with 139,158 acres.
NOAA satellite imagery captured from July 15 to July 19 shows smoke – the "grayish haze compared to the stark white clouds" – spreading across North America.
Parts of western and north-central New York could see smoke until July 21, the NWS said. Freeze frame of satellite footage showing wildfire smoke from the west blowing towards the eastern U.S.