Drift Smoke Visible in Big Bear Valley

Big Bear, CA, September 2, 2012, 5:00pm - Drift smoke is visible in the West-Northwest corner of the Big Bear Valley due to a fire burning in the Angeles National Forest, north of Glendora off of Highway 39.  The possibility of smelling drift smoke from this fire will increase during the evening hours as cooler air could lower the elevation of the plume.  There is no threat to the Big Bear Valley or the San Bernardino National Forest as a result of this fire.

Big Bear, CA, September 2, 2012, 5:00pm - Drift smoke is visible in the West-Northwest corner of the Big Bear Valley due to a fire burning in the Angeles National Forest, north of Glendora off of Highway 39.  The possibility of smelling drift smoke from this fire will increase during the evening hours as cooler air could lower the elevation of the plume.  There is no threat to the Big Bear Valley or the San Bernardino National Forest as a result of this fire.

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