Orange County Fires Cause Unhealthy Air Quality Friday October 30 2020

South Coast Air Quality Management District Air Quality for Southern California October 30 2020

Orange County Expects Unhealthy Air Quality Friday October 30 2020.
Orange County Fires creates Unhealthy Air for Orange County Residents.

Government Fire and Smoke Map Of Your Area Is Online

South Coast Air Quality Management District Smoke Advisory Is Online

Smoke advisories are issued for large fires in or near the South Coast AQMD jurisdiction and are intended to provide a summary of current/past air quality and provide predictions of future smoke impacts.
Even in areas far from fires or areas not covered by a smoke advisory, if you can smell smoke or see ash from a wildfire, avoid or limit outdoor activities.
For information about the effects of wildfires on your health, and how to reduce exposures, please see

SCAQMD Wildfire Smoke & Ash Health & Safety Tips Page

South Coast AQMD Air Quality Forecast for Friday October 30 2020 is Online

SCAQMD will issue an update if additional information becomes available.

Orange County expects Unhealthy Air Quality on Friday October 30 2020.

SCAQMD Helpful Advice For Sensitive Groups

People with respiratory or heart disease, older adults, and children should remain indoors

Keep windows and doors closed or seek alternate shelter.

Run your air conditioner if you have one and keep the fresh air intake closed and the filter clean

Don’t use indoor or outdoor wood-burning appliances, including fireplaces.

South Coast Air Quality Management District Online Resources

Wildfire Health Information & Smoke Tips

Air Alerts by Region are Online

Interactive Air Quality Map by Region is Online

Map of SQAQMD Forecast Map is Online

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