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BANGKOK 20 June 2019 14:40
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Smoke, Smog, Dust 2018 Chiang Mai

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16 hours ago, Samuel Smith said:

Until the rains stop for a couple of days...

The rain will clean the air, but the very high particulates level in the air are not caused by the absence of rain.

 

You need a source (bushfires have reduced a lot, so air pollution is now mostly associated with typical city pollution) and the right meteorological conditions (inversion layer, which is rarely possible at this time of the year). Other factors are secondary.

 

Reduced source and no meteorological process to accumulate particulates cannot lead to very high particulates concentrations, rain or no rain.

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Been a while, but this morning can see the mountains past The Old City to the East.FD2C1875-733A-4D5F-A5D9-AE2414A61E25.jpeg.ea48081b26a5d2ab8ab2940622f7ffd1.jpeg

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This morning (Tue 11 Jun 2019) in CM:

 

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Shocking... 😷

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