Wildfire smoke causing unhealthy air quality in the Victor Valley
VICTOR VALLEY, Calif. (VVNG.com) — Smoke from wildfires burning around Southern California is causing very unhealthy air quality in the Victor Valley Thursday.
The Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District (MDAQMD) advised smoke from the Ranch 2 Fire in Los Angeles County and others even farther away are filling our community with smoke and everyone may be affected.
According to MDAQMD, “Forecasts through Friday, Aug. 21 show further significant impacts from smoke produced from several other fires burning beyond the region as well. This includes smoke from the Lightning Complex Fire burning South of San Francisco that could affect Barstow and other Mojave Desert communities today, Aug. 19, 2020.”