Sexton Summit, OR

12:37 PM PST on November 13, 2019 (GMT -0800)
Sexton Summit | | Change Station
Active Advisory: Air Stagnation Advisory

Elev 3842 ft 42.62 °N, 123.37 °W | Updated 41 days ago

Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
41 °F
Feels Like 38 °F
N
5
Wind Variable Wind from NNW

Today
High -- | Low -- °F
--% Chance of Precip.
Yesterday
High -- | Low -- °F
Precip. -- in
Pressure 30.05 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Few 1500 ft
Windchill 38 °F
Dew Point 36 °F
Humidity 81%
Rainfall 0.02 in
Snow Depth Not available.
7:02 AM 4:52 PM
Full, 98% visible
SPECI KSXT 031834Z AUTO 33004KT 10SM FEW015 05/02 A3005
Pressure 30.05 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Few 1500 ft
Windchill 38 °F
Dew Point 36 °F
Humidity 81%
Rainfall 0.02 in
Snow Depth Not available.
7:02 AM 4:52 PM
Full, 98% visible
SPECI KSXT 031834Z AUTO 33004KT 10SM FEW015 05/02 A3005

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Air Stagnation Advisory
Issued: 1:24 PM PST Nov. 12, 2019 – National Weather Service

... Air stagnation advisory remains in effect until 4 PM PST
Wednesday...

* what... strong inversions and limited mixing are expected to
persist through the middle of this week, leading to periods of
poor air quality.

* Where... the valleys of Douglas County, including the cities of
Roseburg, Canyonville, Sutherlin, and Myrtle Creek. The
valleys of Jackson and Josephine counties. This includes the
cities of Medford, Ashland, Grants Pass, Cave Junction. The
valleys of Klamath County, including the cities of Crescent,
Chemult, Chiloquin, Sprague River, Beatty, Bly, Klamath Falls,
Keno and Midland.

* When... until 4 PM PST Thursday.

* Impacts... air stagnation may lead to poor air quality, which
could cause issues for people with respiratory problems.

* View the hazard area in detail at
https://www.Wrh.NOAA.Gov/mfr/hazard

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

People with respiratory illness should follow their physician's
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.





124 PM PST Tue Nov 12 2019

... Air stagnation advisory remains in effect until 4 PM PST
Wednesday...

* what... strong inversions and limited mixing are expected to
persist through the middle of this week, leading to periods of
poor air quality.

* Where... the valleys of Douglas County, including the cities of
Roseburg, Canyonville, Sutherlin, and Myrtle Creek. The
valleys of Jackson and Josephine counties. This includes the
cities of Medford, Ashland, Grants Pass, Cave Junction. The
valleys of Klamath County, including the cities of Crescent,
Chemult, Chiloquin, Sprague River, Beatty, Bly, Klamath Falls,
Keno and Midland.

* When... until 4 PM PST Thursday.

* Impacts... air stagnation may lead to poor air quality, which
could cause issues for people with respiratory problems.

* View the hazard area in detail at
https://www.Wrh.NOAA.Gov/mfr/hazard

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

People with respiratory illness should follow their physician's
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.