Tomorrow, breathing gets a little more difficult.
Northern and Central Orange County will see low air quality Wednesday, according to the South Coast Air Quality Management District.
Tuesday air quality received a "moderate" rating, but Wednesday is predicted to be "unhealthy for sensitive groups."
In keeping with the forecast, the district is also asking people not to burn any wood Wednesday.
In an advisory released Tuesday, The district urged residents to not use woodburning fireplaces or stoves because of the low level of air quality.
The advisory is part of a district -- Rule 445 -- that requires mandatory wood burning restrictions when particle pollution is high in the months of November, December, January and February.
This rule only applies to residences at elevations below 3000 feet.
Homes where wood burning is the sole source of heat or where no natural gas service is available are exempt.
For further information on the rule and alternatives to wood burning, the district asks residents to visit http://healthyhearths.org