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You can help clear the air by
🚋Riding public transit
🚗Carpooling
🙅Skipping the trip

Mandatory action is in place for most monitored counties. Residents should not burn wood and reduce vehicle use by consolidating trips.

Visit http://air.utah.gov for hourly updates.

⚠️ Salt Lake County and Cache Valley

Inversion conditions continue, with a red (unhealthy for all groups) forecast for both Cache and Salt Lake County today.

For updated air quality forecasts and information, see https://air.utah.gov/forecast.php?id=slc

#utwx

With building high pressure we'll see a warming trend in temperatures for most locations today. However, strengthening inversions will limit warming in northern Utah valleys and will bring declining air quality and reduced visibility. Here's today's temperature forecast. #utwx

Today the SLCo EM team supported our county government partners in a Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) discussion based exercise. Testing and training to our various plans help us be better prepared to respond & collaborate in an emergency & increase our resiliency.

High pressure will bring inversion conditions to N Utah valleys through Friday. Thankfully, inversions will be short lived as a series of storm systems move through late Friday through early next week. @UtahDEQ has the latest air quality info at http://air.utah.gov. #utwx

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