A stagnant air mass lingers over Jackson County, so air quality officials have restricted wood burning.
The temperature inversion has caused Jackson County Environmental Quality to issue a no-burn advisory for wood stoves that are non-certified. No visible smoke is allowed for burns in certified stoves.
National Weather Service's air stagnation advisory remains in effect until 10 a.m. Friday. This means pollutants in the air could reach unhealthy levels that could affect those with severe respiratory issues.