Haze affects Wifi Speed?

Recently, Singapore is plagued by the haze, arising from forest fires in Indonesia. This is a common occurrence that happens yearly.

Simultaneously, I noticed a drop in Wifi speed both at home and at work.

Is this a coincidence? Or could the haze particles be actually blocking/absorbing Wifi signals so that the Wifi is slowed down?

What do you think? Probably the same effect occurs for smog or fog.

It is well-known and established that rain affects Wifi. Hence, perhaps it is not too far-fetched to postulate that the haze affects Wifi too?

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