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Forecast Discussion: Updated Tuesday, March 31, 2015 10:30 a.m. A trough will move through northern Arizona on Thursday and bring occasional cloudiness and breezy conditions over the next few days. Some localized blowing dust is expected on Wednesday and Thursday. The ground conditions continue to become drier and the morning PM10 levels are beginning to show a pattern of elevated levels during the work week. So a combination of elevated morning PM10 levels from anthropogenic sources along with an occasional bump up of PM10 levels due to breezy conditions will help nudge the PM10 levels into the upper good to mid moderate AQI categories. The ozone levels will be in the upper range of the good AQI category as the temperatures moderate a bit and less than favorable wind directions and speeds for ozone formation inhibit the ozone potential. Forecaster – S. DiBiase

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