|Date: 26-Jun-16||Local Time: 07:35 AM||Meteorologist: Mims|
|Ag Burn Decision Above 3000 ft: NO BURN DAY|
|A.M. Stability (°F) = 18||Wind Speed (mph)||=||4|
|500 millibar height (decameters) = 588||Average Rainfall (in)||=||0|
|Meteorological (MET) Factor||=||0.1|
|Air Quality (AQ) Factor (Basinwide 00-06 PST Average PM2.5)||=||8.8|
|ARB REVISED Basinwide Allocation||_________________________________________||=||2000|
|Tehama||7||6||1|| 200 acres
|When any district's 0-6 am average PM2.5 is >= 27 ug/m
increasing concentrations will result in a reduction
in allocation acres (e.g. 27-28 : 20%, 29-30 : 40%, 31-32 : 60%, 33-34 : 80%)
| *** Permissive Burn Day ***
***The ozone forecast EXCEEDS 100 AQI. It is a No-Burn day only for the SFONA affected districts counties and zones** North wind are gone and so are the relatively cooler temperatures as strengthening high pressure will dominate regional conditions. Dispersion and air quality will remain poor with this system overhead with daytime highs reaching 102. However, this should be the coolest day until Thursday. Winds will be diurnally driven and light during this time.
*** Permissive Burn Day ***
No change is expected over the next several days with high pressure building through most of the week. The highlights will be the hot temperatures and poor air quality. Some cooling towards the later half of the week, but its summer and near 100 degree weather is the norm!
|Mixing Height Discussion:|
|Valley: Mixing heights will reach 2000 feet by afternoon.
|Valley: Variable and Light to 6mph.
Delta: Southwesterly 5-15 mph