The air quality index on Long Island today is forecast to climb above 100 and will be unhealthy for people in sensitive groups, such as young children, people with asthma or other respiratory disease, and those involved in rigorous outdoor work,
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.
Ground-level ozone is forecast to reach a level considered unhealthy for young children, the elderly, and people with respiratory conditions, such as asthma.
The air quality index on Saturday is forecast to be 133 and on Sunday, 136, according to the State Department of Environmental Conservation. The pollutant of concern is ground-level ozone.
Ground-level ozone is expected to reach levels considered unhealthy for sensitive groups Wednesday, July 10.
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