Unusual air quality advisory in Kamloops

Haze in the hills on a frosty January in Kamloops, B.C. (Josh Pagé/CBC)
It's unusual for this time of year, but Kamloops was put under an air quality advisory Tuesday night. 

That haze around the hills has caused spectacular sunsets, but means the sky is full of clouds and particulate matter.

Ralph Adams, an air quality meteorologist with the B.C. Ministry of Environment, explains how and why this happens, to Daybreak host, Shelley Joyce.

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