Spare The Air Alert
The Bay Area is experiencing a winter with some of the worst air quality in years as a fourth consecutive “Winter Spare the Air” day was announced for Friday.
A Bay Area wood-burning ban that continued into the New Year will remain in effect on Thursday.
New Year’s Eve will be another Winter Spare the Air day, so those planning to pop open a bottle of Champagne next to a roaring fire may have to settle for a few candles instead.
For the 7th day straight, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District issued an alert for Sunday, which makes use of fire pits, woodstoves or manufactured fire logs illegal.
The fourth consecutive “Winter Spare the Air” alert has been issued for Thursday.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has issued a Winter Spare the Air alert for Monday, its 16th alert this season.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District issued the alert — its 13th since the district’s Winter Spare the Air season began Nov. 1.
The first Spare the Air alert of the winter season has been issued for Monday by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District.
Air quality is forecast to be unhealthy for a second day in a row in the Bay Area, prompting another Spare the Air alert for Sunday. An alert is already in effect Saturday.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has issued another Spare the Air alert for the region for Friday.