ALAMEDA – Air quality around the Bay Area hasn’t been good. Smoke and particulates emanating from the wildfires raging through Napa and Sonoma Counties has created “unhealthy’ conditions in several parts of the region south of the fire sites.
While these air-quality issues don’t in any way compare to fires affecting residents in the North Bay – at least 29 people have died, with hundreds more missing -- they could impact Sunday afternoon’s football game between the Raiders and Chargers at Oakland Coliseum.
The game game remains set to play as scheduled. For now, at least.
“We continue to monitor air quality conditions in the Bay Area and are in close communication with both the NFL and Chargers, as well as local authorities,” the Raiders said in a statement.