The sky above San Francisco saw the apocalypse as smoke from a forest bordering Northern California on Wednesday, becoming an insane shade of orange – many residents even compared it Denise Villanueve Science fiction film Blade Runner 2049.
According to a calculation by the National Fire Information Center, 96 major fires in 13 major states have burned more than 3.4 million acres, turning the skies of the San Francisco Bay Area. A result of the smoke and ash from the rising bear fire near Hugh Choco, as the wind changed on Wednesday morning.
Californians were shocked by the new shadow of their sky, pointing out that it looked like a scene Blade Runner 2049, Which coincidentally occurs in the West, largely after a flare, in apocalyptic Los Angeles.
Unrealistic view from the Safeway Open of travel this week. Straight out of blade runner 2049 pic.twitter.com/NzbBuKPe5H
– Joel Bielle (@JoelMBeall) September 9, 2020
– SF Examiner (@sfexaminer) September 9, 2020
this is not normal. CA here at 12.15 pm pic.twitter.com/xQyRTLaUUP
– Jason Killer (@jasonkilar) September 9, 2020
Blade Runner 2049, but make it to California and 20 years in advance pic.twitter.com/smq6oUttbB
– Emily Buder (@elbuder) September 9, 2020
It looks exactly like Blade Runner 2049 when they visit the abandoned city of Las Vegas at https://t.co/ZfnW1.13vJ
– Matthew Ingram (@mathewi) September 9, 2020
so terrible. https://t.co/FalidxtHFO
– James Wagner (@ByJamesWagner) September 9, 2020
Blade Runner 2049. SF 2020. pic.twitter.com/NrVXOPAp40
– Kate Scott (@katetscott) September 9, 2020
All these pictures outside San Francisco are absolutely wild. https://t.co/wDnyXDpDvs
– Chris Vannini ? (@criswini) September 9, 2020
Blade Runner 2049 is the only thing that captures the Bay Area today pic.twitter.com/lYkKh5A3dm
– Chris Anderson (@ chr1sa) September 9, 2020
This is what San Francisco looks like right now … noon in September. https://t.co/8n9Rq0Pmbq
– Yashar Ali ? (@yharhar) September 9, 2020
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