Wildfire smoke forecasted to pass through northern Utah

Update 2:45pm September 9 US National Weather Service posted an update on Facebook predicting more smoke for the weekend over Summit and Wasatch Counties.

PARK CITY, Utah — The U.S. National Weather Service Salt Lake City Office is forecasting that smoke will pass through northern Utah starting on Thursday. The smoke is coming from wildfires north of Utah. The primary areas to be affected are northern Utah and southwest Wyoming.

Wildfire smoke is a significant health threat for those with heart and lung conditions. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends limiting exposure to any smoke by staying indoors, keeping the air as clean as possible in your home, and following local authorities’ advice as well as your doctor’s.

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