Air Quality Will Not Hold As Temperatures Rise With High-Pressure System This Weekend

Air Quality Will Not Hold As Temperatures Rise With High-Pressure System This Weekend

Air Quality Will Not Hold As Temperatures Rise With High-Pressure System This Weekend

Bay Area air quality expected to decline again by Sunday

By Jay Barmann at SFist - San Francisco News, Restaurants, Events, & Sports
Air quality in San Francisco and the Bay Area is predicted to slide into potentially unhealthy territory by Sunday, as an area of high pressure puts an end to the nice marine breeze we've been having for a couple of days that's pushed wildfire smoke away to the north and east.
Air quality in San Francisco and the Bay Area is predicted to slide into potentially unhealthy territory by Sunday, as an area of high pressure puts an end to the nice marine breeze we've been having for a couple of days that's pushed wildfire smoke away to the north and east.
article date: 2020 09 18
posted: 2020-09-18 15:00:21
Tags: climate change,Bay Area ,noteworthy links

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