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Forecast Discussion: Updated Thursday, July 2, 2015 The Monsoon high pressure that was setup to our north that helped usher in the storm activity over the past several days is in the process of weakening. The result will be a reprieve from the storm activity over the next several days. There will still be a very slight chance for storm development over the mountains to our north and east and an even slighter chance that outflows from those storms could make their way down into the deserts. The PM10 forecasts out through early next week are in the good to low moderate. The ozone levels will be in a similar location on the AQI scale, though slightly higher in northern areas of the County. Forecaster – S. DiBiase

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