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Smoke from the wildfires in San Diego county is now making its way into the Coachella Valley creating some air quality concerns.

Friday night, the Air Quality Management District listed the valley's air quality as "moderate." 

The Anza Valley and Temecula areas, were listed as "unhealthy for sensitive groups."

Sensitive groups means children, the elderly, and people with respiratory problems.  People in those groups may want to limit their outdoor activity in the effected areas.

These conditions could change depending on the winds.

You can get the latest information on air quality by clicking this link: