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Susquehanna Valley Ozone/PM2.5 Forecast

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Forecasted AQI for Ozone Air Quality Index Scale Forecasted AQI for PM2.5
July 7, 2015

 

Date: Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Action Day?:  No
Temperature: 84-88 Tuesday
Discussion:
A small area of high pressure moving in for Tuesday will bring more in the way of sunshine with less chance for afternoon thunderstorms. Ozone will be on the rise Tuesday, and could go into the moderate range. Smoke from wildfires and light winds will keep PM2.5 readings moderate. Afternoon temperatures in the upper 80s. Increasing cloudiness Tuesday night with temperatures only dropping to the lower 70s.

Extended:
Our weather pattern will remain an unsettled one as we go later on in the week thanks to an oscillating frontal boundary across the Mid-Atlantic region. Mostly cloudy on Wednesday with more numerous showers and thunderstorms. Fine particulate will be washed out to some degree, but will remain in the lower moderate range. Ozone should drop back to the good zone. Clouds giving way to some sunshine Thursday with perhaps a shower. High pressure then builds in for Friday to provide mostly sunny skies. We will again watch the frontal boundary to the south for signs of northward movement and increasing chances for rain over the upcoming weekend. Ozone will remain mainly in the good range, with even fine particulate perhaps dropping to the upper good range by the end of the week, depending on how quick smoke from wildfires dissipates as well as the intensity of any rainfall.---McAuliffe

 

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