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A dry, stagnant winter has spiked near-historic soot levels in the San Joaquin Valley and around California, perhaps unraveling years of work on federal air standards, Valley air authorities said Thursday. The Valley was supposed to achieve a federal
Conversely, every step back down gets you that much closer into the freezer of the Grand Valley. Anyone who has looked off into the distance lately could surmise we are in that weather pattern locals disdain: the dreaded inversion. The good news,
The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City said Sunday that things will probably get a lot worse by mid-week before they might get better. A high pressure system is moving in from the west, which will further compress and trap the cold air in the
An impenetrable fog rolled into London Wednesday morning, which caused some travel woes, and also produced rare views of the city's skyline from above, with only the tallest buildings poking above the mist. While many planes at London's major
CNN Meteorologist Brandon Miller said cold fog trapped in the canyon by a "lid" of warm air produced what's known as an inversion. The result looks something like a river of clouds flowing through the canyon, obscuring views of the canyon's depths.
Sun Staff Reporter Arizona Daily Sun A group of fortunate Grand Canyon visitors and employees were treated to a rare sight this weekend twice. On Friday and Sunday, the park's redrock cliffs could be seen rising out of a sea of fog that occupied the
On Friday, a rare weather phenomenon created an incredible sight at the Grand Canyon. The canyon was filled with fog due to something known as "temperature inversion," according to the Grand Canyon National Park Facebook page , which posted photos
Arizona Daily Sun 35 minutes ago A layer of dense fog blanketed Flagstaff and areas to the east Saturday night, cutting visibility to a quarter-mile or less, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures in Flagstaff didn't get above 40
The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 28 minutes ago Updated 26 minutes ago The western two-thirds of Utah is under a Hazardous Weather Outlook advisory throughout this Thanksgiving holiday week. The National Weather Service issued the warning
Staff writer Olympian Morning fog is forecast to blanket the South Sound on Thursday...This month's fog is related to a high-pressure system over the region working with an inversion, National Weather Service meteorologist Josh Smith said Wednesday.