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Smoky Sky
Photo by Peter Christian
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Recent Smoke in Missoula Mostly From Prescribed Burns – Cold Front and Wind Likely to Clear the Air

It was a bit smoky in Missoula and around western Montana yesterday.

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photo by Peter Christian
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Idaho Fires Reduce Missoula Air Quality to Near Unhealthy Levels [AUDIO]

Fires in Idaho and as far away as Oregon, California and Canada are bringing smoke into the Missoula valley and reducing air quality to near unhealthy levels for sensitive groups.

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photo from Missoula Health Department
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Smoke Pours Into Missoula Valley From Washington Fires – Lowers Temperatures [AUDIO]

The red sun hanging over the Missoula valley is proof positive that heavy smoke from Washington and Oregon fires has poured into the area over the past few days.

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photo courtesy of Ed Bierman/flickr
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UPDATE – Stage One Alert Cancelled for Missoula Valley [AUDIO]

UPDATE - 6:00 p.m. Sunday, December 15

The Stage One Air Alert for Missoula was cancelled by the Missoula City County Health Department. The air quality is now rated good to moderate for the Missoula valley.

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photo courtesy of Ed Bierman/flickr
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Saturday Missoula Air Quality Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups [AUDIO]

As of 9 a.m. on Saturday, November 30, the Missoula City County Health Department said the air quality was unhealthy for sensitive groups.

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photo by Peter Christian
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Missoula Air Quality Worsening With Weather Inversion [AUDIO]

Missoula's air quality is deteriorating because of an inversion that is trapping air down near the valley floor and may be approaching a level at which sensitive groups could be affected.

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Lolo Creek Fire
Photo courtesy of Missoula County Sheriff's Office Facebook page
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Health Department – Lolo Creek Fire Smoke Effects May Worsen Over Time – Now Hazardous in Lolo [AUDIO]

Smoke from the Lolo Creek Complex Fire has been drifting into the Missoula Valley since the two separate fires, the Schoolhouse and West Fork II, started over the weekend.

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chimney smoke
photo courtesy of LH HOON/flickr.com
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Missoula Air Quality Panel Thursday Evening [AUDIO]

A panel presented by the American Lung Association on Missoula's air quality will be held Thursday evening in the city council chambers from 7 to 9 p.m.

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The sun sets next to the smoke column from the Sawtooth Fire Friday, Sept 28. (KLYQ Photo)
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Yes, the Sawtooth Fire is Still There

A glance at the Sawtooth Fire Friday at sunset.

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Work on mop-up on the Sawtooth firelines. (USFS Photo)
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Sawtooth Fire Settles Down

The Sawtooth Fire continues moving west.

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