Visibility at Crater Lake National Park is impacted by smoke from the Gap Fire burning on the Klamath National Forest in California.
The Gap Fire, about 90 minutes south of Ashland on the Klamath National Forest in California will continue to impact air quality in Southwest Oregon, including the Rogue Valley. As of noon, smoke impacts were greatest near the Oregon/California border with reduced visibility along Interstate 5. Smoke is also reducing visibility in Crater Lake National Park about 100 miles to the northeast of the Gap Fire.
|Looking north along I-5 at milepost 0.2 in southern Oregon.|