The windy wildfires in Sequoia National Park and Sequoia National Forest and massive smoke coming from the KNP Complex have affected most of the region of California. In Sequoia National Park and Sequoia National Forest, The National Weather Service is shooting huge smoke gas from fires that still have a severe impact in Fresno and several Central California areas throughout the weekend.
Moreover, towards the south as Kern and as distant north as San Joaquin, the high outcome of smoke prediction displays a higher level of smoke and surface in these counties. The areas like San Luis Obispo, Santa Clara County in the Bay Area, and Monterey will be mostly got affected by heavy smoke.
Heavy Smoke Polluting Air
The heavy smokes are coming from the KNP Complex in the national refuge and Windy in the national jungle. According to Colin McKellar, who is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Hanford said, due to poor air conditioning there is a slight relief.
From the sources, it has been known that the heavy smoke shifted via central areas of the country began on Saturday morning to the next day evening. In addition, San Joaquin Valley winds are not putting much effort to scatter the huge smoke said, McKellar. Rather it setting there the only way to get relief is by getting heavy rain. But there is no rain says weather forecast in ten to seven days.
The previous year’s Creek fire and this year’s fire are likely to be similar to many extents, added McKellar. As the smoke is settling in the air making the quality of air dangerous for people having any kind of pre-existing lung disease. Therefore, the Air Pollution Control District of the San Joaquin Valley advised people to stay indoors and to avoid any type of activity outdoors. Particularly regions such as Tulare, kings areas and Fresno.