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Monday, August 7, 2017

8/7/2017 Diamond Creek fire Air Resource Advisers have arrived. Air quality forecast for the surrounding area below.


6 comments:

  1. Can anyone give me an idea on what this information may mean for Leavenworth area air?

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    1. For Leavenworth, check the Leavenworth monitor (on map at top page)for following your exposure and reviewing the Smoke and Health tab above for more information on ways to minimize that exposure.

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  2. Thank you for your reporting on the smoke situation.

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  3. Enjoy seeing the more detailed information. Is there anything like this available for the Tri-cities and/or Moses Lake area?

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    1. There is the Benton County Clean Air Agency: http://www.bentoncleanair.org/ for the Tri-Cities and for Moses Lake area is served by this blog. thank you!

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    2. The report you see here for the Diamond Creek fire is produced by members of the fire team assigned to that fire so they are working to predict air quality impacts from that fire specifically. So no, there is nothing specific like this produced for the Tri-cities/Moses Lake area.

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