The Missoula valley can have some bad air but Salt Lake City has got a real problem. A thick fog over the Salt Lake City area is making some people sick. It's prompted more than 100 local doctors to tell authorities to immediately lower highway speed limits, curb industrial activity and make mass transit free for the rest of the winter
A Stage Two air alert continues for the Missoula airshed. A strong inversion continues to trap polluted air near the valley floor. An anticipated storm system should move into our area Wednesday evening bring with it some winds and snow
The Missoula City County Health Department's website says when visibility gets down to 1.3 miles because of wildfire smoke, the air quality rating moves to 'hazardous'. At 5 a.m., The National Weather Service rated visibility at 3 miles.
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