Air quality health advisory
An air quality health advisory is in effect Thursday for Long Island and the NYC metro region. The pollutant of concern is ground-level ozone.
Hazy, hot and humid weather has prompted heat and air quality advisories for Long Island. Expect heat index values up around 100 Thursday and Friday, the weather service said.
Smoke and haze from 83 large wildfires in the the western U.S. are moving across New York State, prompting health officials to issue an air quality health advisory for fine particulate matter today. It is in effect through midnight.
Both the heat advisory and the air quality health advisory remain in effect Friday, July 16 through the evening.
The National Weather Service is warning of high levels of air pollutants today on Long Island, as well as potentially dangerous high...
An air quality health advisory is in effect today and tomorrow on Long Island for the pollutant ground-level ozone.
Air quality on Long Island today is considered unhealthy for sensitive groups, including young children and people with respiratory conditions, such as asthma.