Heat wave continues, smoke will make for poor air quality

Heat wave continues, smoke will make for poor air quality

The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District has issued a second day of poor air for the Valley portions of Kern County due to smoky conditions from fires around the state.

The poor air is coupled with a 17th consecutive day of 100-degree temperatures in Bakersfield. The National Weather Service is forecasting triple-digit temperatures for Bakersfield through Monday, which would put Bakersfield at 23 consecutive days of 100-plus degree days. In a Tweet, the National Weather Service’s Hanford Station said it was looking at its historical data to determine records for most consecutive days of 100-degree temps in July.

Heat wave continues, smoke will make for poor air quality
Heat wave continues, smoke will make for poor air quality
Heat wave continues, smoke will make for poor air quality

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