SEVERE WEATHER ALERT:

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Heavy Smoke In Jacksonville

Smoke will once again be thick during the morning hours. Tomorrow's smoke will be out of the southeast. While it will smell and look like there is a fire in your backyard, it is not the case. The smoke will come from  2 significant fires in Flagler County.

Saturday June 11th Smoke

 
Update From NWS:

SMOKE FROM THE ESPANOLA WILDFIRE IN FLAGLER COUNTY WILL CONTINUE TO
DRIFT INTO PUTNAM AND ALACHUA COUNTIES AND THEN SHIFT NORTHWARD ONCE
AGAIN ALONG THE ST JOHNS RIVER BASIN IMPACTING PARTS OF THE
JACKSONVILLE METRO AREA BY MORNING. LOCATIONS CLOSE TO AND JUST
DOWNSTREAM OF THE FIRE CAN EXPECT VISIBILITIES OF 1 MILE OR LESS AT
TIMES.

RESIDENTS WHO HAVE RESPIRATORY AILMENTS THAT CAN BE TRIGGERED BY
SMOKE SHOULD CONSIDER STAYING INDOORS. MOTORISTS SHOULD EXERCISE
CAUTION DUE TO POSSIBLE SUDDEN VISIBILITY REDUCTIONS. INTERMITTENT
ROAD CLOSURES ARE POSSIBLE NEAR THE WILDFIRE.

1 comment:

Carl said...

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