Western Kenai Peninsula Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Watches & Warnings

Special Weather Statement
Issued: 2:00 PM AKDT Aug. 20, 2019 – National Weather Service

... Areas of smoke will persist across the Kenai Peninsula,
Anchorage bowl, and mat-su valleys...

Smoke from multiple wildfires will persist across portions of the
Kenai Peninsula, Anchorage bowl, and mat-su valleys. The smoke
will reduce visibility to as low as one mile at times, and
possibly less than one mile near active fires. The worst
conditions will be overnight through the morning hours, with some
improvement during the afternoon and early evening. Travel may be
difficult due to low visibility. Persons with respiratory
problems may have difficulty breathing when outside. For more
information on air quality, please visit www.Dec.Alaska.Gov.


200 PM akdt Tue Aug 20 2019

... Areas of smoke will persist across the Kenai Peninsula,
Anchorage bowl, and mat-su valleys...

Smoke from multiple wildfires will persist across portions of the
Kenai Peninsula, Anchorage bowl, and mat-su valleys. The smoke
will reduce visibility to as low as one mile at times, and
possibly less than one mile near active fires. The worst
conditions will be overnight through the morning hours, with some
improvement during the afternoon and early evening. Travel may be
difficult due to low visibility. Persons with respiratory
problems may have difficulty breathing when outside. For more
information on air quality, please visit www.Dec.Alaska.Gov.


200 PM akdt Tue Aug 20 2019

... Areas of smoke will persist across the Kenai Peninsula,
Anchorage bowl, and mat-su valleys...

Smoke from multiple wildfires will persist across portions of the
Kenai Peninsula, Anchorage bowl, and mat-su valleys. The smoke
will reduce visibility to as low as one mile at times, and
possibly less than one mile near active fires. The worst
conditions will be overnight through the morning hours, with some
improvement during the afternoon and early evening. Travel may be
difficult due to low visibility. Persons with respiratory
problems may have difficulty breathing when outside. For more
information on air quality, please visit www.Dec.Alaska.Gov.