Sunday, December 10, 2017

See how fuzzy the sun is

Dark still

Showing the dividing line

Still pretty spooky at noon

Local advice today
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.


Looking southwest

From the top on the north side