(SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.) #SoCal Wildfires Report: Area will remain shrouded in smoke this weekend as two mas sive wildfires continue to burn after erupting during last week’s record heat, officials said #AceNe wsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Sept.13: Air quality will range from moderate to unhealthy across the region on Saturday, according to the https://t.co/szsyGAFunD?amp=1“>South Coast Air Quality Management District: The poor air quality persists as the size of the Bobcat Fire in the Angeles National Forest nears 30,000 acres with little containment” In the San Bernardino Mountains, crews have gained better control of the 14,000-acre El Dorado Fire, which is 39% contained: Here’s what you need to know: Smoke poses health hazard https://ktla.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2020/09/Screen-Shot-2020-09-12-at-10.04.11-AM.png?w=875“>A map from the South Coast Air Quality Management District shows air quality forecast for Sept. 13, 2020: The air quality is expected to range from moderate to unhealthy for sensitive groups across Southern California.</a>A map from the South Coast Air Quality Management District shows air quality forecast for Sept. 13, 2020. The air quality is expected to range from moderate to unhealthy for sensitive groups across Southern California: Air quality can change by the hour, and the public can check conditions in their area on <a href=”/www.airnow.gov”>www.airnow.gov</a>.Air quality officials have issued a smoke advisory every day since the El Dorado and Bobcat fires erupted last weekend and brought ash, dust and debris across the region:

#SoCal Fires starting to be contained with El Dorado Fire at 39% but will leave area shrouded in smoke over weekend with wildfires in North & Central smoke is making its way south ….

Additionally, smoke from wildfires in Northern and Central California is making its way south.“Breathing in smoke can aggravate lung disease, cause asthma attacks, cause acute bronchitis, and increase the risk of respiratory infections,” the https://www.weather.gov/lox/“>National Weather Service</a> warned. “Avoid prolonged exposure, especially for sensitive populations such as children, elderly, and people with respiratory or heart disease. Avoid strenuous activities and use common sense.”<a href=”http://www.aqmd.gov/home/air-quality/wildfire-health-info-smoke-tips“>SCAQMD’s website</a> has more tips on protecting yourself from wildfire smoke.“The good news is that temperatures will be near seasonal normals,” <a href=”https://twitter.com/NWSSanDiego/status/1304744663778119680“>NWS said</a>.<a href=”https://ktla.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2020/09/Screen-Shot-2020-09-12-at-11.13.37-AM.png?w=871“>A map from InciWeb shows where the Bobcat and El Dorado Fires are burning on Sept. 12, 2020, just above the Ranch2 and Apple fires that previously erupted.</a>A map from InciWeb shows where the Bobcat and El Dorado Fires are burning on Sept. 12, 2020, just above the Ranch2 and Apple fires that previously erupted.<a href=”https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7152/“>Bobcat Fire: 29,245 acres, 0% contained</a>Crews battling the Bobcat Fire on steep terrain expect “extreme fire behavior and rapid rates of spread” on Saturday as conditions remain warm and dry, according to the federal website <a href=”https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7152/“>InciWeb</a>.

Dry fuels in parts of the area haven’t burned for 60 years, the site said: According to officials, the fire has been growing mostly on the north and south ends: The chances of spreading to the east and west are lower because flames are burning on old burn scars, authorities said.More than 760 personnel are assigned to the fire: They planned to work on containing the flames to the south from Mount Wilson to the foothill line. On the north end, crews will work on keeping the flames south of Highway 2 and west of Highway 30.

Crews on Friday focused on keeping flames that were burning downhill away from populated areas as winds pushed the fire northeast, authorities said: Two aerial units worked on controlling the southwest perimeter.Monrovia, Arcadia, Bradbury, Sierra Madre, Altadena, Duarte and Pasadena remain under evacuation warnings, and several roads are still closed

#AceNewsDesk report ……………Published: Sept.13: 2020:

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