YOLO COUNTY (CBS13) – The Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District will issue a “Don’t Take Advice” throughout Sunday, starting at midnight Saturday.
“Residents of Yolo County, Northeast Solano County and the cities of Dixon, Rio Vista and Vacaville are asked to limit wood burning beginning midnight tonight through midnight Sunday,” said the Yolo Air Quality Management District. -Solano (AQMD) said.
The advice is that a pressurized system would keep pollutants at ground level and could cause air quality problems for the district. The aim is to keep as few pollutants in the air during this time to keep the air quality as clean as possible.
“With light to calm winds in the County, pollution particles that accumulated through Friday night are persistent and unlikely to disperse. In addition, the upper stratum of high pressure and the overnight inversion are holding pollutants at ground level and are forecast to keep pollutant concentrations above the DLT threshold through Sunday,” said Yolo-Solano. AQMD said.
The Do Not Light Tonight Advice was issued on Sunday, February 6, 2022. Residents of Yolo County, Northeast Solano County, and the cities of Dixon, Rio Vista, and Vacaville are asked not to burn firewood. from midnight to midnight Sunday. pic.twitter.com/u8gHZH0BAI
– Yolo-Solano AQMD (@YoloSolanoAir) February 5, 2022
https://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2022/02/05/dont-light-advisory-issued-yolo-and-solano-counties/ ‘Not Light Advice’ Releases Sunday for Yolo and Solano Counties – CBS Sacramento