The Schneider Springs fire grew larger in the last 24 hours and has now engulfed over 13,000 acres. The blaze originated approximately 20 miles Northwest of Naches.

The smoke from the wildfire has choked the entire Yakima Valley and much of Central Washington.

How much of the Schneider Springs fire has been contained?

As of this writing, firefighters have 0% containment and fear that, with expected shifting winds, it will continue to get worse.

We asked to see pictures of just how bad the smoke is in your area and here are some of the stunning shots submitted.

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Schneider Springs fire as seen throughout the Yakima Valley and Central Washington

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