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Smoke Call Status: UFN, smoke calls will be on Mondays only at 1300 PST
Issued: 12:30 PM   Wednesday, March 29, 2017
The unsettled weather pattern over the next few days will keep any extended periods of limited dispersion from developing. Afternoon dispersion conditions should remain fairly active. Although afternoon mixing heights will be lower Friday, there will be substantive enough winds to keep dispersion active. 
Transport winds
Mixing Heights
(mph) (ft AGL)
Thursday Afternoon Thursday Afternoon
Thursday Night Thursday Night
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Transport winds
Mixing Heights
Friday Afternoon Friday Afternoon
Extended Outlook:
Saturday through Monday:  Northerly transport winds will be lighter Saturday under the high pressure, so it is likely to have the least favorable afternoon dispersion through the period. The arrival of another trough for Sunday into Monday will keep afternoon dispersion conditions relatively active.
Helpful Resources On-Line:
Air Resources Board
San Joaquin Air Quality
North Zone Predictive Services
South Zone Predictive Services
SPOT Forecast Request North
SPOT Forecast Request South
This Product was developed by the Predictive Services group, located at the North Zone Coordination Center in Redding, California