Areas of dense fog and stubborn low clouds are expected to stick with us the majority of the day Thursday. This will severely limit any warming previously in the forecast and keep us in the upper 30s for afternoon highs.
Where the fog is particularly dense and visibility below two miles, slick spots are possible due to freezing fog.
The Douglas County Health Department has issued an air quality alert because of high levels of particulates trapped close to the ground due to the fog, lack of wind and an inversion. Those who should be aware of this condition include people with heart and lung disease, older adults and children.
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