San Francisco’s air is becoming toxic due to wildfire smoke in Northern California and Oregon being directed into California.
The Bay Area of California is struggling with poor air quality brought on by the wildfire smoke in Oregon and California that has reached the area.
The San Francisco Bay Area is being engulfed in wildfire smoke blazing in northern California and Oregon.
On Wednesday, people in the San Francisco Bay Area were coughing, scratching, and grabbing their N-95 masks once more.
Due to scattered smoky and foggy skies due to the wildfire smoke over the region on Tuesday and Wednesday, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District issued an advisory regarding the quality of the air.
Health officials advise anyone who smells wildfire smoke to remain indoors, cover windows and doors, make use of air conditioning units, and use car vent systems to keep out outside air.
For some of the inner North Bay, the National Weather Service issued a fire-weather watch that is in force from Wednesday night through Thursday morning.
Tuesday night, IQAir named San Francisco the most polluted huge city in the world, with no other US cities making the top 30.
On Wednesday, the City by the Bay had the sixth-worst air quality in the whole globe.
The Department of Emergency Management advised residents to restrict outdoor activities, especially for children and adults with respiratory conditions, as San Francisco is listed as having bad air quality.