Smoke and air quality maps, August 7, 2021

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Air quality (Ozone, PM2.5, & PM10)
Air quality (Ozone, PM2.5, & PM10) at 12:18 p.m. PDT Aug 7, 2021. AirNow.

Wildfires in Canada and the Western United States are having massive impacts on air quality in some locations, depending on the wind direction.

Above is the measured air quality at noon Pacific time.

Below are forecasts for wildland fire smoke, at 6 p.m. Saturday, and then Sunday.

Smoke Forecast
Smoke Forecast for 6 p.m. PDT Aug 7 2021. FireSmoke.CA
Smoke Forecast
Smoke Forecast for 6 p.m. PDT Aug 8 2021. FireSmoke.CA

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Author: Bill Gabbert

After working full time in wildland fire for 33 years, he continues to learn, and strives to be a Student of Fire.

3 thoughts on “Smoke and air quality maps, August 7, 2021”

    1. We have thick smoke haze for 2 days. Can’t see the mountains which are close. I can even smell the burnt smoke in the air.

    2. August 8–10, 2021
      Northern Colorado (Larimer county):
      Keeping windows shut, Sunday night around 11pm, BAD smoke smell, hazy, hot, and more humid than Colorado is used to.


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