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An overnight temperature inversion is normal, according to weather service meteorologist Andrew Kimball.
The gusts break up the temperature inversions that usually trap colder air at the surface, Zingone said.
But these dry times have created more temperature inversions (and more dust in the atmosphere); a layer of warmer air traps cooler air below, forcing the particulates and pollution to the ground.
But these dry times have created more temperature inversions (and more dust in the atmosphere)
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