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Daily Air Quality Status and Forecast
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Forecast for 9/30/2014





Localized Impacts
Please note, the Daily Air Quality Forecast is issued for your entire County. Localized wildfire smoke, blowing dust, or other air quality situations may differ with the forecast as it pertains to your local area. Follow instructions from your emergency responders as necessary and take precautions as needed.

School Air-Quality Flags
The colors on the map correspond to the color of the school flag for your county.

More Information
  • If you are interested in more information about the Air Quality Index (AQI), click here.

  • Information about ozone pollution can be found here.

  • Information about particulate pollution can be found here.

  • Sequoia National Park and Forest
    The portions of Tulare County that are east of the western most boundaries of Sequoia National Park, Sequoia National Forest, and Sequoia National Monument.

    County Observed:
    Sunday 9/28/2014
    Forecast for:
    Monday 9/29/2014
    Forecast for:
    Tuesday 9/30/2014
    San Joaquin 31 Good (O3) 44 Good (O3) 48 Good (O3)
    Stanislaus 41 Good (O3) 47 Good (O3) 58 Moderate (O3)
    Merced NA 46 Good (O3) 53 Moderate (PM2.5)
    Madera 47 Good (O3) 45 Good (O3) 54 Moderate (O3)
    Fresno 47 Good (O3) 49 Good (O3) 67 Moderate (O3)
    Kings 46 Good (O3) 44 Good (O3) 54 Moderate (O3)
    Tulare 39 Good (O3) 42 Good (O3) 58 Moderate (O3)
    Kern (SJV Air Basin portion) 44 Good (O3) 48 Good (O3) 54 Moderate (O3)
    Sequoia National Park and Forest 32 Good (O3) 47 Good (O3) 49 Good (O3)
    NA—insufficient data to calculate an AQI.

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