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East Slopes of the Central Cascades of Washington
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Olympics
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Western Strait of Juan de Fuca
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West Slopes Northern Cascades and Passes
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South Washington Cascades
Willapa Hills
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Western Columbia River Gorge
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Kittitas Valley
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Foothills of the Blue Mountains
Northwest Blue Mountains
Northeast Blue Mountains
Lower Garfield and Asotin Counties
Washington Palouse
Moses Lake Area
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Spokane Area
Northeast Mountains
Okanogan Highlands
Greater Vancouver Area
South Washington Cascade Foothills
Wenatchee Area
East Slopes Northern Cascades
Okanogan Valley
Waterville Plateau
East Slopes of the Central Cascades of Washington East Slopes of the Southern Cascades of Washington San Juan County Western Whatcom County Central Cascade Foothills Northwest Interior Everett and Vicinity Seattle Metropolitan Area Tacoma Area Admiralty Inlet Area Hood Canal, Kitsap Peninsula Southwest Interior Olympics Eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca Western Strait of Juan de Fuca North Coast Central Coast West Slopes Northern Cascades and Passes West Slopes Central Cascades and Passes South Washington Cascades Willapa Hills South Washington Coast Lower Columbia and I-5 Corridor in Cowlitz County Western Columbia River Gorge East Columbia River Gorge Kittitas Valley Yakima Valley Lower Columbia Basin Foothills of the Blue Mountains Northwest Blue Mountains Northeast Blue Mountains Lower Garfield and Asotin Counties Washington Palouse Moses Lake Area Upper Columbia Basin Spokane Area Northeast Mountains Okanogan Highlands Greater Vancouver Area South Washington Cascade Foothills Wenatchee Area East Slopes Northern Cascades Okanogan Valley Waterville Plateau

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National Weather Service Warning - Non-Precipitation Warning for Foothills of the Blue Mountains of Washington

Issued: 7:58 PM Dec 11  Will Expire: 7:00 AM Dec 12


URGENT - WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Pendleton OR
1158 AM PST Mon Dec 11 2017

...STAGNANT AIR CONDITIONS CONTINUE INTO FRIDAY...

...AREAS OF DENSE FREEZING FOG FOR THE FOOTHILLS OF THE SOUTHERN
BLUE MOUNTAINS AND PORTIONS OF NORTH CENTRAL AND CENTRAL OREGON
UNTIL NOON TUESDAY...

.An upper level ridge will persist over the Pacific Northwest.
This ridge will cause air movement to be limited over large
portions of the region. Areas of freezing fog will be possible
and the air quality will become unhealthy at times.


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Eastern Columbia River Gorge of Washington-Kittitas Valley-
Yakima Valley-Lower Columbia Basin of Washington-
Foothills of the Blue Mountains of Washington-
East Slopes of the Washington Cascades-Simcoe Highlands-
including the cities of White Salmon Ellensburg Thorp Naches
Sunnyside Toppenish Yakima Connell Prosser Tri-Cities
Dayton Waitsburg Walla Walla Appleton Cle Elum Cliffdell
Goldendale and Bickleton
1158 AM PST Mon Dec 11 2017

...AIR STAGNATION ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 10 AM PST
THURSDAY...

* AIR QUALITY...Moderate to unhealthy.

* TIMING...Stagnant air to persist for several more days.

* IMPACTS...Persons with respiratory issues should follow the
advice of their physician on how to deal with poor air
quality. Also outdoor burning may be limited so please
consult with your local burn agencies.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

An Air Stagnation Advisory indicates that due to limited movement
of an air mass across the advisory area...pollution has the
potential to increase to dangerous levels. Persons with
respiratory illness should follow their physicians advice for
dealing with high levels of air pollution.

During periods of stagnant air...state air quality agencies
highly recommend that no outdoor burning occur and that
residential wood burning devices be limited as much as possible.
According to state air quality agencies...prolonged periods of
stagnant air can hold pollutants close to the ground...where
people live and breathe. Check with your local burn agency for
any current restrictions in your area.