Smoke from three major wildfires is making for unhealthy air in the foothills from Tulare County on up to Mariposa County and including Yosemite National Park.
Anthony Presto with the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District says so far air quality in the Valley is good to moderate but that could change later this week.
“There is a strong possibility shifting winds could begin to push smoke down to the valley floor again as it did over the weekend. Right now, there’s a little bit of reprieve from that,” Presto said.
Presto notes that smoke from the wildfires will continue to create harmful air quality conditions until they are extinguished.