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StormWatch 12 Forecast

For the third day in a row we have smoke in the Valleys. The winds are still out of the north this morning and will continue to be out of the north throughout the day. The smoke and ash from the Douglas county fires will bring poor air quality for today.



Forecast

  • Today:  It is the 3rd day in a row we woke up to smoke. The Winds are still out of the north which will continue to funnel smoke into the Valleys. Air quality is looking poor for today. High's will be in the 90's by this afternoon. Scattered showers will turn into scattered thunderstorms for most of us today. Dry lightning will be an issue today.
  • Tonight:  Expect a few showers and storms throughout the night. Smoke will still be present as well. Lows in the 50's and 60's.
  • Tomorrow:  Monday will be cooler as our highs will mainly be in the lower 90's and upper 80's. Isolated showers and storm expected throughout the day. Smoke will still be present in the Valleys.
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StormWatch 12 Forecast

For the third day in a row we have smoke in the Valleys. The winds are still out of the north this morning and will continue to be out of the north throughout the day. The smoke and ash from the Douglas county fires will bring poor air quality for today.

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