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    Heavy Ash Fall From San Ber'do Mtn. Fires in LB; See Pix & AQMD Readings

    (October 26, 2003, with several updates) -- Long Beach woke to a smokey yellow dawn and a heavy ash fall overnight from massive fires burning in the San Bernardino mountains.

    The first two pix were snapped at 7:00 a.m. in ELB

    Ash fall Oct. 26

    Ash fall Oct. 26

    The following ELB photo was taken at 3:15 p.m.:

    Ash fall Oct. 26

    If you have digital pix and would like us to post them (they become our property), email them to Let us know if you'd like name credit and neighborhood mention.

    Cheryl Gilliland-Timmons of ELB emailed this digital photo of the smoke-clouded ELB sun viewed at 8:15 a.m.

    Sun, Oct. 26, 8:15 a.m.'s live link to Doppler Radar from the National Weather Service showed "red" (heavy) particulate fallout in some parts of LB at 6:03 a.m...the type of readings previously experienced in fire adjacent areas:

    Ash fall Oct. 26 posts the latest NWS Doppler Radar image our front page (scroll down past news pic) at:

    Ash fall Oct. 26, 8:15 a.m.This ELB resident washed her car on Sunday morning.

    At midmorning, the sun cast an eerie, eclipse-style light.

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