Sunday, December 10, 2017

See how fuzzy the sun is

Dark still

Showing the dividing line

Still pretty spooky at noon

Local advice today






http://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/state/california/fires/article189043709.html
To protect yourself from the smoke, officials recommend that everybody:
▪ Stay indoors as much as possible and keep the windows and doors closed.
▪ Avoid activities that increase indoor pollution, such as lighting candles, smoking or vacuuming.
▪ Don’t rely on dust masks for protection. Those are designed to capture large particles, like sawdust, and won’t protect your lungs from the small particles found in wildfire smoke. N-95 masks will offer limited protection.
▪ Avoid exercising outdoors.
▪ Set your heat or air conditioner to recirculate, so it doesn’t bring in air from outside.
▪ Keep an eye on children, the elderly and those with heart or lung disease, as they are especially vulnerable to the effects of smoke.

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Looking southwest

From the top on the north side