Sydney's worst single day on record for smoke haze forced thousands of workers to abandon work sites, schools to cancel excursions and sports and firefighters to attend scores of jobs as thick smoke from the bushfires ravaging NSW triggered alarms in buildings across the city.
More of the scene at Orangeville with the fire erupting from the bush and almost crossing Silverdale Road. @NSWRFS and @FRNSW have held it so far. Photos by @nampix Full Gallery here https://t.co/UpIBlm5rVD pic.twitter.com/wPlFGRjmvr— The Sydney Morning Herald (@smh) December 5, 2019
#bushfiresNSW Sydney once again blankted with the thick layer of smoke. Multiple bush fire are burning out of control in NSW. 25000 hectares burned so far. Climate change is coming faster than predicted. Show the solidarity to fight for climate change. TIME TO ACT NOT TO REGRET. pic.twitter.com/IfAdNKnJyD— Avoid Polybags and Thermocol (@Avoidpolybags) December 10, 2019
Timelapse of the red sun through the thick bush fire smoke over Sydney. In the final frames a sea breeze blows the smoke away to great relief. pic.twitter.com/RA8sHM6Inf— Max Phillips (@maxphillips) December 6, 2019
#Himawari8 Visible, Shortwave Infrared and Longwave Infrared images revealed a pair of #pyrocumulonimbus (#pyroCb) clouds produced by large bush #fires near Sydney, #Australia: https://t.co/ijepWBjeDO pic.twitter.com/O39VFFZlKA— Scott Bachmeier (@CIMSS_Satellite) November 22, 2019
[VIDEO]: Smoke from Australia's bush fires has resulted in dangerous air quality & poor visibility in Sydney. pic.twitter.com/U2xU2g72Ew— The African Voice (@teddyeugene) December 10, 2019
Sydney bush fire smoke really messing my skin up 😫 pic.twitter.com/172r6SOg7o— simone 💫 (@simonesimmo) December 10, 2019