Thursday, July 17, 2014


Weather Story (click the image for a higher resolution image).
Smoke from area wildfires will continue to affect the air quality around the Inland Northwest. Two large wildfires burning in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest continue to send plumes of smoke across central and eastern Washington. The smoke gets trapped beneath a low level inversion during the overnight and early morning hours, then mixes into the atmosphere during the afternoon. Expect air quality to continue to deteriorate as the wildfires continue to put out smoke plumes.

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