SACRAMENTO - Smoke in the skies over the Sacramento region is from wildfires burning in California and Oregon.
By early Tuesday afternoon, a haze of smoke was visible in many parts of the region, including the Bay Area, with residents across the feeling the impact of the poor air quality.
Earlier Wednesday, AirNow.gov stated that the smoke was unhealthy for sensitive groups.
The National Weather Service in Sacramento tweeted Wednesday: "Smoke originating from wildfires burning over northwest California and across the Pacific Northwest is resulting in areas of poor air quality across portions interior #NorCal."
The Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District warned of poorer concentrations of smoke overnight and into the morning. The district issued a statement that reads:
"Air quality impacts expected to continue throughout Wednesday, with higher concentrations overnight and into the morning. If you smell smoke, protect yourself by limiting exposure, stay indoors, if possible, with windows and doors closed, and turn your air conditioner on circulate. Check air quality at fire.airnow.gov or visit www.ysaqmd.org/wildfire for more information."
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