If you arose Wednesday morning hoping to catch a sunrise over Napa, there’s a good chance you missed it.
Much of the Napa Valley remained dark into the later hours of the morning as ash collected on cars and swirled in the street. When the sky did lighten, it was not clear daylight that poked through the windows of homes in the North Bay, but air with an ominous, radiating orange hue.
A thick blanket of smoke above much of Northern California cast down the distorted daylight.
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