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Friday, September 6, 2019

9/6/19 0900 Smoke Outlook for 9/06 - 9/07 Alaska South

Fire activity on specific fires is described in the AICC Situation Report at

For a PDF version of the Smoke Outlook, please click here:

Average Surface Smoke Forecast for 9/6
Susitna Valley and Anchorage Area: Expect Good air quality in this area today.

Kenai Peninsula: Air quality is expected to be Good for most of this area today, with higher smoke concentrations in the vicinity of the fire west of Cooper Landing.

Glennallen Area: Smoke and haze from the Tokaina 2 fire will likely spread to the north today with continued impacts in the Glennallen area. Expect smoke to drift further to the north tomorrow, with haze possibly visible over the Fairbanks area.
Average Surface Smoke Forecast for 9/7

Pay attention to changing conditions. If you begin to notice health effects from smoke, you are encouraged to follow the "actions to protect yourself" listed below.

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