THE EPA'S OZONE STANDARD IS EXCEEDED AT .071 PPM
TODAY'S OZONE READINGS (ppm)
Monitoring Station Current 1-hr Reading High 1-hr Reading Current 8-hr Avg. HIGH 8-HOUR Avg.
Central .025 .056 .037 .038
East .045 .064 .057 .057
North .044 .054 .045 .045
South .039 .069 .058 .058
West .026 .047 .037 .040

Today's highest 8-Hour Avg. .058 at the South Monitor
Have we exceeded the standard today? NO
Did we exceed the standard yesterday? NO


Data is 'real-time', preliminary and subject to change upon QA/QC by ODEQ and EPA
The Air quality Index (AQI) reflects the health concern and corresponds to the EPA's national pollutant standard. AQI's higher than 100 generally mean air quality unhealthy for sensitive groups and an exceedance of the pollutant's standard.
The AQI below reflects ozone.
TODAY'S HIGH AQI

61

at the South Monitor

Unusually sensitive people should consider limiting prolonged outdoor exertion


Last updated:
July 1, 2016, 8:56:09 pm

Indicates the highest pollutant index from midnight until the time the page was last updated, changing when a new high is reflected throughout the day

AQI Air Quality Color
0-50 Good  
51-100 Moderate  
101-150 Unhealthy for Sensitive groups  
151-200 Unhealthy