Smoke from a forest fire in northern Alberta involves the province

Smoke from a forest fire in northern Alberta involves the province
After a dystopian day in Edmonton, Calgary drowned with smoke on Friday

While the smoke conditions decreased a bit on Friday morning in Edmonton, northern Alberta, amid a thick mist of forest fires burning in the province of almost every region of the blanket, he continued.

According to a notice issued by Environment Canada around 4:30 a.m. On Friday, a special statement of air quality remains in parts for northern, central and southern Alberta.

Environment Canada is warning about poor quality and reduced visibility.

For the central and southern region of the province, the densest smoke is expected to move northwestward later on Friday morning, Environment Canada said.

However, the hazy conditions are expected to continue throughout the weekend.

As of 7 a.m., Calgary, Airdrie, Grande Prairie, and Red Deer obtained the worst with a quality index of air quality of 10+, which is classified as high risk.

Edmonton experienced similar conditions on Thursday. The smoking blanket threw an orange distal glow over the entire city and forced several organizations to cancel outdoor events.

As of 6 a.m., the Air Quality Health Index for the Edmonton region was at 3 (low risk) and contamination levels are expected to remain moderate for the rest of the day.

Environment Canada recommends that people who have trouble breathing stay indoors, in a cool, ventilated place.

The statement says that people may experience an increased cough, sore throat, headaches or shortness of breath. Children, older adults and those with cardiovascular or lung diseases, such as asthma, are considered at risk.

The latest smoke forecast from shows that Alberta will reach Nova Scotia, Illinois, and the Arctic Circle.