Hoping to hear from CALIFORNIA PDMLers marking themselves able to breathe...

Godfrey DiGiorgi godfreydigiorgi at me.com
Tue Oct 29 01:51:55 EDT 2019

Sunday was pretty awful out ... lots of wind in Santa Clara, I didn't cycle; didn't feel like being blown all over the place. Today was actually very nice out in SC/SJ: I rode my loop, the air was clear, temps were nice too. 

Nothing like the problems here that we saw a year ago, with those fires up north and the wind blowing all the ash and smoke down our way. 


> On Oct 28, 2019, at 10:44 PM, John Francis <johnf at panix.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 28, 2019 at 08:32:18PM -0400, ann sanfedele wrote:
>> I"m in touch with Marnie on facebook and she is talking about bad air
>> quality where she lives...
>> Thinking of Jack, Larry, Godders and John Francis...
>> Let us know guys if you are ok - those fires are terrifying? hope you and
>> your homes are alright
> I'm in San Jose, which isn't in a high-risk area (it's fairly flat, with a lot
> of roads so it's easy to get around, and doesn't get particularly high winds).
> High winds and mountainous terrain are the real danger conditions.
> Larry is in a marginally higher-risk area, as he's one valley away in slightly
> hillier country and in the middle of a lot of wooded areas.  But while he's
> more likely to lose power he's still not in a real danger zone.
> The poor air quality is noticeable - yesterday Cupertino (right in the middle
> of Silicon Valley - that's where Apple are based) would have been a bad place
> to be for anyone with respiratory conditions.
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