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I just went out and had a dry sore throat within minutes. Feel like I smoked a pack of cigarettes in 10 mins. 

Stay inside. 

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Had it in KL for the past week or so. Schools closed. Supposed to ease by tomorrow here but its still bad today. 

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Windguru showing wind to be switching to blowing from the east this week so hopefully that will get this haze out of here.

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There was a Military type plane that passed over the South of Phuket yesterday travelling South to North which appeared to be releasing some sort of chemtrail, my guess is that it was something in advance to help clear the smog which they knew was arriving today.

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9 minutes ago, PST said:

There was a Military type plane that passed over the South of Phuket yesterday travelling South to North which appeared to be releasing some sort of chemtrail, my guess is that it was something in advance to help clear the smog which they knew was arriving today.

Raimaking operation. 

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2 hours ago, hansgruber said:

I just went out and had a dry sore throat within minutes. Feel like I smoked a pack of cigarettes in 10 mins. 

Stay inside. 

Unfortunately, staying inside won't change anything unless you've got some sort of air-filtering system in place. PM2.5 <deleted> gets in pretty much anywhere. Either a proper air purifier with a good EPA/HEPA filter or adding additional filters to room AC units will offer some relief though. 

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1 hour ago, steelepulse said:

Windguru showing wind to be switching to blowing from the east this week so hopefully that will get this haze out of here.

According to the latest predications I have seen for the deep south, wind coming from east/south-east will actually makes things worse as it'll bring in all the <deleted> from the Borneo island. Things down here (Hat Yai) are predicted to get worse until at least Tuesday. We need rain, lot's of it... Wind coming the west will bring smog, as will winds from the east/south-east.

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Looking out of my window the smoke looks dreadful........so bad I thought it was a rain-shower covering Patong.

 

Bloody disgusting. Bet the tourists will love it and send reports back home, so won't do much for TATS stats!

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2 hours ago, Tayaout said:

Raimaking operation. 

My initial thoughts, however there was hardly a cloud in the sky as it went over,,,,a day too early by the looks of things.

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49 minutes ago, PST said:

My initial thoughts, however there was hardly a cloud in the sky as it went over,,,,a day too early by the looks of things.

I don't know if I can link the article but it's in the Phuket news. They say that they use a CN 235 airplane.

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I don't think the smog was that bad. And the dark clouds could very well have been rain clouds.

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