The smoke will worsen Thursday afternoon and evening
Residents along the Southern California coast are seeing the effects of the Alisal Fire in the air they are breathing. The South Coast Air Quality Management District issued an advisory on Thursday for smoke levels that could worsen during the afternoon.
Heavy smoke concentrations are expected to reach the counties of Orange and Riverside on Thursday afternoon and evening.
SPECIAL AIR QUALITY ADVISORY: smoke from the #AlisalFire near Santa Barbara is expected to move into portions of the South Coast Air Basin and elevate air quality levels: https://t.co/Y158OoPtBX pic.twitter.com/VEqa4FneIY
— South Coast AQMD (@SouthCoastAQMD) October 13, 2021
The Alisal Fire has burned more than 16,000 acres 19 miles west of Santa Barbara.
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