Oregon DEQ study

July 21, 2021

It was great meeting many of you at BMD this past weekend. You all are awesome! Note this website is a work in progress, so bear with any changes. Enjoy the cooler weather today (high temps mid 70's-around 80), as a warming trend begins Thursday. We'll then peak in the upper 80's-low 90's over the weekend. Normal high/low is near 86/52. Typical summertime pattern with the jet stream aimed into southern Canada. Jack Fire east of Roseburg and not a threat to our area, has burned about 19,000 acres and is 55% contained. The massive Bootleg Fire NE of Klamath Falls has burned nearly 395,000 acres (double the size of New York City) and is 32% contained. This fire will burn until consistent fall rains put it out. Oregon DEQ just released a report on "Wildfire Smoke Trends and the Air Quality Index." Note that the period 2015 to present has seen worsening air quality due to more fires. This correlates well with my report to you back on June 5:

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