A 4,000-acre brush fire continued burning in Santa Barbara County Friday, June 17th prompting a smoke advisory from AQMD for much of Southern California.
According to officials with the South Coast Air Quality Management District winds have the potential of bringing in smoke to L.A. and Orange Counties from the Sherpa Fire, which is burning in the mountains northwest of Goleta.
AQMD officials went on to say that increased haze can be seen in the region, but the smoke is not currently causing significant air quality concerns right now.
If you live in the area you are urged to try to avoid any vigorous indoor and outdoor activity. Also it’s a good idea to keep windows and doors closed in your home or office.
Get more info at CBS2.com.