DESCRIPTIVE TEXT NARRATIVE FOR SMOKE/DUST OBSERVED IN SATELLITE IMAGERY
THROUGH 0015Z MARCH 30, 2006
Southeast: Moderately dense smoke was moving east northeast into South Carolina from a fire in Greene County, Georgia. A narrow plume produced by a fire in Berkeley County, South Carolina, extended 260 km into the Atlantic Ocean. The brush fire in Miami-Dade County produced a plume that fanned out towards the west into the Everglades. A fire on Andros Island, Bahamas, resulted in a smoke plume that extended to a point roughly 70 km to the east of Biscayne Bay. Arkansas Thick smoke was moving north from blazes in Garland, Yell and Perry counties. Tennessee and Kentucky: A fire near the McCreary-Pulaski county border created a smoke plume that fanned out from east to west while a fire in Monroe County, Tennessee, resulted in a plume that fanned out from northwest to southeast.