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Last Map Update: Sat, Aug. 19, 2017 at 12:32:13 am PDT

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Smoke from nearby wildfires is leading to drops in air quality across portions of southern Oregon. There is an Air Quality Alert in effect for Jackson, Josephine, most of Douglas, and part of Klamath Counties until further notice. In addition, Brookings is seeing smoke from nearby wildfires. If things get smoky in your area, make sure you keep your windows and doors closed to keep inside air as clean as possible. Avoid vigorous outdoor activities and limit your time spent in smoky areas. Those with breathing problems, like asthma, are most likely to be affected when air quality decreases.
All of our area will experience a partial solar eclipse on Monday. The eclipse will start shortly after 9AM, and conclude after 11:30 AM. A partial solar eclipse means that some of the sun will be covered by the moon. Sun coverage will vary by location, and a few locations are listed in the graphic. Because we are seeing a partial eclipse, it is extremely important to have proper protection to view the eclipse. This means wearing special safety glasses designed specifically for the eclipse or having a way to view the eclipse without looking at the sun. DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY AT THE SUN WITHOUT ADEQUATE PROTECTION . For the forecast, inland areas will have clear skies, with some clouds being possible along the coast and coastal range, particularly north of Cape Blanco. Some smoke will be possible in most of our forecast area as well from nearby wildfires. To find the exact coverage for your area, visit: To find more information on eye protection, visit:


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