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Last Map Update: Mon, Oct. 19, 2020 at 5:58:11 pm PDT

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The Air Pollution Control Districts have Air Quality Alerts in effect for parts of the central California interior until the wildfires are extinguished. The Air Quality Alerts are currently in effect for Mariposa County, Madera County, Fresno County, Tulare County, Kings County and Kern County. For additional information, call your local Air Pollution Control District office. Residents can also follow air quality conditions by downloading the free Valley Air app, available in the Apple store or Google Play.
The combination of dry fuels, low humidity, and unseasonably warm temperatures results in elevated fire weather conditions for the Sierra Nevada and Kern County mountains through Thursday. If you live in a fire prone area, take precautions and clear debris from your property. Be ready to evacuate if and when a wildfire threatens your home or safety.
High temperatures throughout Central California Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday afternoon will be around ten degrees above normal for this time of year.
Maximum temperatures throughout Central California Thursday afternoon will be about five degrees lower than Wednesday afternoon. Maximum temperatures across Central California Friday afternoon will be two to four degrees lower than Thursday afternoon. Be that as it may, high temperatures throughout Central California Friday afternoon will still be two to four degrees above normal for this time of year.


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