Above: Wildfire smoke forecast for 6 p.m. PST December 10, 2017.
(Originally published at 3:30 p.m. PST December 10, 2017)
The Thomas Fire is having a significant effect on the air quality in California. Some areas downwind of the fire to the northwest had “unhealthy” conditions at 2 p.m. Sunday, including Santa Barbara and Goleta. Forecasts show that smoke and ash will continue to affect the southern part of Santa Barbara County for the next several days. The Santa Ynez Valley and the northern parts of the County will see increasing impacts.
— Greg Vit (@gvitty) December 10, 2017