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Weather Forecast in Mexico City -- Smoke??

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so I'm going to Mexico City and Guanajuato in a few weeks and have been watching the weather on weather.com to keep up with the latest. Sometimes it says "haze" for Guanajuato, which I was afraid meant pollution, I wasn't sure, but I don't think it's that, kind of misty but not really fog.

However, I have noticed before and today for Mexico City the weather description is "smoke." What?? I have never seen that as a weather description for a city before. What is that all about? Is that volcano smoking, or does that mean pollution or are there forest fires around the city blowing that direction or what's up?

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