If you’re experiencing more smoke in Central Oregon right now, it is a result of increased fire behavior on the Cedar Creek Fire on the Willamette National Forest.
As smoke continues to blanket central Oregon communities from wildfires throughout Oregon and northern California we are offering a few quick tips on how to create a cleaner air environment until air quality returns to healthy levels.
advisory Tuesday for Central Oregon and Southern Oregon, plus parts of Oregon Cascades and Eastern Oregon due to smoke from fires in Oregon and Northern California.
Baker, Crook, Deschutes, Grant, Harney, Jackson, Jefferson, Josephine, Klamath, Lake and Malheur counties are under advisory until at least Thursday afternoon.
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality and Lane Regional Air Protection Agency extended an air quality advisory Friday for Southern and Central Oregon, as well as Lane County and the Santiam Canyon, due to smoke from fires in the Oregon Cascades and Northern California.
Deschutes and Jefferson counties are under advisory for intermittent smoke through Tuesday afternoon, with the worst smoke expected Sunday and Monday.
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