When the West is on fire, you must realize smoke gets in your eyes. And lungs.
Apologies to the Platters, but that could be the forecast for Utah going into the weekend. Most of the western states have active wildfires churning up smoke that prevailing winds have, unfortunately, decided to deposit over the valleys of the Beehive State.
The Utah Division of Environmental Quality says that smoke along with summer's elevated ozone and auto pollution levels has put the entire state, with the exception of southwestern Utah's Washington County, under a "yellow," or unhealthy air quality flag, for the next several days.