Issued Zones: Silverwood Lake, Cajon Pass, High Desert, Wrightwood …
Site: Southern California Weather Force has issued an Air Quality Advisory effective now through tonight …
Date Issued: 9/6/22 at 9:35am local
Forecast: Fire complex in Big Bear Lake will work with easterly flow today. Smoke from this fire will move into the Cajon Pass and High Desert regions, as far west even as the Wrightwood areas this afternoon and evening. Furthermore, southerly flow developing tonight will push deeper surface moisture off the mountain into the Lucerne Valley area.
While the smoke plume will go over Los Angeles proper, it will be too elevated to raise the air quality levels. You might see an orangish sun though through the smoke.
An Air Quality Advisory is issued here at SCWF when the air quality is expected to go into elevated levels, which can harm people with respiratory problems.
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