The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has issued its sixth Winter Spare the Air alert for Monday, banning all wood burning throughout the region.
Ski or snowboard into one of these ski resort restaurants and fill up with lamb chops, bison burgers and beef tenderloins before carving up the rest of the mountain.
Another Winter Spare the Air alert has been issued for Saturday, the fourth regional wood-burning ban this week by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District.
Unless you have a closet that rivals the size of a small bedroom, the changing of the seasons usually means reorganizing.
There’s more bad news for California water users: the snow pack is just half the amount of normal and has already begun to melt.
Tuesday’s dry, sunny weather was expected to turn wet overnight with a rainy, cold front passing through the region.
Gray skies and drizzle are in the forecast for the Bay Area Wednesday, but no heavy rainfall is expected, a national weather service forecaster said.
The first snow survey of the year took place Wednesday morning at four locations near Echo Summit in the Sierra Nevada mountain range and indicates that the state’s snowpack is wetter than average.
This after city officials cleared the space near Coyote Creek on Tuesday.
As the weather starts to turn colder, the cozy feeling of sitting by a roaring fireplace could lead to a stiff fine if that fire is burning during a winter Spare the Air alert, air quality officials said.