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Posted on: July 18, 2017

Current air quality map

Network Map Spotlight

Thinking about working or playing outdoors today? Check the current air quality map! It's designed to help you plan your day by offering current air quality and general forecast information.

The dot color indicates the latest air quality level for each monitoring station. Updated daily, the larger regions are also shaded colors, based on today's expected air quality forecast for that region. For more information about what the colors mean, visit our About the AQI page.

Scroll left or right to see a physical activity guide that suggests appropriate actions you can take based on the current air quality level at that monitoring station. On small devices, pressing dots will display the current air quality level at the monitoring stations. On large screens, after clicking on the dots, a graph shows the air quality over the last 3 days. A horizontal bar representing each day is shaded based on the 24-hour average air quality level. The dot marked as an "x" on the right of the graph shows the most recent pollution level. 

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