Arizona Department of Environmental Quality

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) has issued an Ozone Health Watch and a  PM-10 Health Watch for Monday, July 7, for areas in and bordering Maricopa County.

ADEQ issues advisory’s when the highest concentration of ozone or particulate matter levels may exceed the federal health standard.
 
People with respiratory or other health problems that make them more sensitive to air pollution are advised to limit their outdoor activity.

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) has issued an Ozone Health Pollution Advisory and a PM-10 Health Advisory for tomorrow, July 3, for areas in and bordering Maricopa County.
 
ADEQ issues advisory’s when the highest concentration of ozone or particulate matter levels may exceed the federal health standard.
 
People with respiratory or other health problems that make them more sensitive to air pollution are advised to limit their outdoor activity.

Air quality officials have updated the daily air quality report for the communities impacted by the Slide Fire

Weather observations around Sedona indicated that downslope winds were strong and persistent overnight Thursday into Friday morning, limiting smoke concentrations. These winds moved smoke away from the Flagstaff area into the upper Verde Valley and even briefly into Camp Verde.

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