Wildfire Smoke is Impacting Air Quality

Updated information is available for Saturday, September 10. Click here for the latest alert.

Wildfire smoke is blowing into our region, causing air quality impacts. Air quality may be unhealthy for sensitive groups Friday and Saturday. Air quality is expected to improve Sunday or Monday.

When air quality is unhealthy for sensitive groups, people who are pregnant, have heart or breathing conditions, people aged 65 and older, and children should take precautions and avoid outdoor activities.

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