'This is fine': Ominous orange skies over California's Bay Area match Pantone 130U

PMS 130, taken on 9/9/20 by Adam Dexter

Woke up this morning here in Alameda (San Francisco Bay Area) and it was still dark, with a strong orange coming through the blinds. I can best describe it as a "hellscape." It's caused, of course, by the wildfires. But, oddly enough, it doesn't smell like smoke (that's explained here). Though there is ash covering my vehicle and, really, everything outside. My Instagram feed today looks something like this:

Fisherman's Wharf at 10 a.m. on 9/9/20 by Paul Hayes @rainingchainsaws

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9:30 am in San Francisco

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This is the sky right now, at 9:30 AM.

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that Blade Runner 2049 filter

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Here is a photo I took in my front room at 9:30 a.m.:
last image by Rusty Blazenhoff