For the second day in a row, the National Weather Service has issued an air quality alert for the listening area due to smoke from Canadian Wildfires which has settled into the area.
The alert was issued late yesterday and will continue until 10am this morning.
Satellite images show a “smoke plume” that originated in western Canada is moving southeastward, causing a fine particle level that may be unhealthy for sensitive groups.
That includes people who suffer from asthma or other breathing conditions or have heart disease or high blood pressure.
Every precaution is advised including staying indoors until conditions improve.