Expect to see smoke in the Arroyo Grande area on Monday.
CAL FIRE SLO announced a prescribed burn on Twitter.
Arroyo Grande Prescribed Burn: In Cooperation with the San Luis Obispo County Range Improvement Association on November 25, 2019, CAL FIRE SLO will be burning approx. 100 acres of invasive Yellow Star Thistle adjacent to Hi Mountain Road. Expect to see smoke today. pic.twitter.com/AX6qv7WEsn— CAL FIRE SLO (@CALFIRE_SLO) November 25, 2019
It will be conducted around the Hi Mountain Road area to burn invasive Yellow Star Thistle. Expect to see smoke.
In Creston, firefighters will work to reduce hazardous vegetation on Tuesday.
A burn will continue over several weeks along the east side of Highway 229 between Highway 58 and Creston.
Burning is expected to last into the New Year and will be completed each day to minimize potential overnight smoke impacts. If conditions are not suitable for good consumption and optimal smoke dispersal, the burns will be rescheduled, the press release stated.