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29 
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29 
Good
Particles (PM10)
25 
Good
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Forecast Discussion: Updated Friday, February 27, 2015 9:00 a.m. A strong low pressure system will move into/through the area during the weekend and early next week and bring breezy to windy conditions along with the potential for significant precipitation to the local area. The gusty winds will arrive several hours prior to the rain on Saturday and may create spotty areas of blowing dust and elevate PM10 levels at a few locations in the West Pinal PM10 Nonattainment area (i.e. Cowtown, Stanfield, Pinal County Housing and Maricopa). Those areas are expected to reach mid range of the moderate AQI category with other areas remaining in the upper level of good. The clouds move in today and the rain should arrive late Saturday and continue through at least early Monday. Most areas are expected to receive ½ to 2 inches! Needless to say, the PM10 levels will be significantly lower on Sunday and early next week. This system looks like a slow mover, and another round of precipitation is forecast for early next week. Forecaster – D. Anderson

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