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Today 9/8 -  

 

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BLANKET RED FLAG WARNINGS IN EFFECT FOR EVERY PART OF OREGON AND NORTHERN CALIFORNIA THROUGH WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON DUE TO STRONG GUSTY WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY LEVELS CREATING DANGEROUS FIRE CONDITIONS. THEY ARE TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST INDIVIDUALLY. Click here for more information. 

 

Wind Advisory in effect through 2 pm Wednesday afternoon for Jackson County. Heat Advisories in effect through this evening for Coos, Curry, Del Norte, and Douglas Counties. Air Quality Alert in effect for Deschutes, Crook, and Jefferon Counties. Click here for more information. 

  

Mostly sunny skies for all inland areas with hot temperatures for areas west of the Cascades. Expect windy to very windy conditions for all areas East southeast winds will be sustaining at 10 to 30 miles an hour with gusts reaching 35 to 45 miles an hour. Higher gusts to 50 miles an hour may be seen in wind funnel areas due to terrain. Higher gusts to over 70 miles an hour are possible for the highest exposed terrain in the Cascades and the Coast Range. There will be areas of smoke and haze impacting all areas. Highs will be in the mid 90s to the low 100s for the inland valleys west of the Cascades, except upper 80s to near 90 in the Scott and Shasta Valleys, 80s to near 100 for the coastal areas, mid 60s to near 90 for the mountains, and near 70 to the upper 70s east of the Cascades.

 

 

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Clear skies for inland areas. Expect windy to very windy conditions for all areas East southeast winds will be sustaining at 10 to 30 miles an hour with gusts reaching 35 to 45 miles an hour. Higher gusts to 50 miles an hour may be seen in wind funnel areas due to terrain. Higher gusts to over 70 miles an hour are possible for the highest exposed terrain in the Cascades and the Coast Range. There will be areas of smoke and haze impacting all areas.Lows will be in the mid 50s to the low 60s for the valleys west of the Cascades, upper 50s to the mid 60s for the coastal areas, and mid 30s to the upper 50s for the mountains, and east of the Cascades.

 

 

UV INDEX FORECASTS FOR TODAY 9/8 - 

 

The UV or Ultra Violet forecasts are going to be posted each day. UV levels are important for many reasons. UV levels can be a great benefit to us for overall health. Very important right now. But, you also need to know when exposure to the sun is likely to result in situations like sunburn, or heat related illness. If you see us in the red or purple colors, that is when you need to be thinking of minimizing exposure to the sun to avoid what can happen. 

 

The UV Index for today is going to be high for all areas. Use of sunscreen and being sure to drink water to keep skin moisturized will be required to prevent sunburn today.

 

 

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