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Latest News: Australia Mega-City Sydney is Covered in Smoke

Australia’s Sydney skies are foggy on Tuesday. There was a strong wind overnight. The Meteorological Department says air pollution levels are at risk. It causes symptoms such as irritation of the eyes and uncomfortable feeling in the nose and throat.

People in Sydney have written about foggy skies and foggy smells at home through social media, BBC Online reported. Sydney’s blue sky is now gray.

Australia’s Sydney skies are foggy on Tuesday. There was a strong wind overnight. The Meteorological Department says air pollution levels are at risk. It causes symptoms such as irritation of the eyes and uncomfortable feeling in the nose and throat.

People in Sydney have written about foggy skies and foggy smells at home through social media, BBC Online reported. Sydney’s blue sky is now gray.

More than 100,000 people live in Sydney’s capital, New South Wales. The area had been under fire for several weeks. Six people were killed in a fire that began in October in the north of New South Wales.

Sydney residents were alerted to the fire on Tuesday. The meteorological department says the temperature maybe 4 degrees Celsius west of Sydney.

In different areas of Sydney, air pollution was recorded at higher than the prescribed levels. This happened eight times.

AFP reports that health officials have advised Sydney residents to stay indoors. It has been said to avoid the work of physical labor. The ambulance service in New South Wales says those with respiratory complications need to be in special care.

The New South Wales Rural Fire Service has issued a warning that Smoke will spread around the country in the next few days. The fire broke out in Sydney last week. The suburbs and surrounding areas are covered with Smoke.

Authorities say Wallamai National Park is the source of the fire. It is 3 km northwest of Sydney. About 1 lakh 3 thousand hectares in size.

Near the coastal and island areas north of Sydney, there was a fire near 6. The houses in these areas were covered in Smoke for weeks.

Authorities have issued warnings that a tropical storm could blow into Queensland this week. There may be fires.

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