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Fire Weather Concerns in California; Air Quality Issues For West Coast States; Pattern Change Likely This Week

Elevated fire concerns persist in southern California today, while air quality and stagnation issues from smoke and pollutants will last over the next few days from California into the Pacific Northwest. However by the middle of the week, the weather pattern changes across the West as a series of moist Pacific systems will produce heavy to excessive rain and mountain snow for the region. Read More >

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