The summer of smoke will continue in New Jersey for the foreseeable future as Canadian wildfires burn out of control with no relief on the horizon, a team of Rutgers scientists said Tuesday. Air quality in most of New Jersey — especially the northern part of the state — was unhealthy on Tuesday for the elderly, the very young, those with chronic lung disease and other sensitive groups. A similar forecast was on tap for Wednesday. While winds are still sweeping the smoke into the region, air quality is not expected to be as bad as the second week of June, when air pollution reached unprecedented levels in New Jersey. To read the full story.