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Forecast Discussion: Updated Monday, April 20, 2015 9:45 a.m. The ozone levels yesterday reached the middle and upper range of the moderate AQI category, though just shy of the ozone health watch criteria (90-100 AQI). Another warm day today along with favorable wind directions will help the ozone levels once again reach the moderate AQI category, though not expected to be quite as high as Sunday’s levels. The ozone levels will be on the decline on Tuesday and Wednesday as strong afternoon winds from a less than favorable wind direction will help limit transport and local ozone formation. Over the next few days the typically elevated weekday dust causing activities will help morning PM10 levels rise but then afternoon atmospheric mixing will help lower the PM10 levels. The overall (24-hour average) PM10 levels the next few days (excluding Cowtown) will be in the good to low range on the moderate AQI scale. A Pacific Low pressure system will move onshore into Southern California on Wednesday and into the state on Thursday. Cooler temperatures with breezy to windy conditions will take over on Thursday along with a decent chance at some precipitation along with perhaps a thunderstorm or two. There will be some blowing dust in advance of any precipitation on Thursday as the wind gusts are expected to approach and perhaps surpass 30 mph! The PM10 forecast for Thursday at this point is in the middle of the moderate AQI category. However, the weather and air quality forecasts can and usually do change. Stay tuned. Forecaster – S. DiBiase

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