Smoky skies trigger air quality alert for Sonoma County
An air quality advisory was issued for Sonoma County through Tuesday as smoke from wildfires to the north continued to blow into the area.
The smoke was expected to stay high in the air and cover Sonoma County in haze, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District said.
A thick marine layer also blanketed Sonoma County on Monday. The fog brought some moisture to the ground, according to the National Weather Service, which recorded 0.03 inches of precipitation in Santa Rosa in the 48 hours leading up to Monday morning.
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