...AIR QUALITY ADVISORY FOR ALL OF WISCONSIN...
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has extended the Air
Quality Advisory for PM2.5 which will now include northwestern
Wisconsin. This advisory remains in effect until midnight tonight and
affects ALL Wisconsin counties.
Smoke originating from wildfires in Quebec, Canada continues
impacting PM2.5 concentrations at the surface across the state. The
air quality index is expected to range from the UNHEALTHY FOR
SENSITIVE GROUPS level to the UNHEALTHY level. In general, the lowest
PM2.5 concentrations are expected to the southeast, while the
highest concentrations are expected within the corridor south of a
Minneapolis/St Paul, MN to Ironwood, MI line and north of a Dubuque,
IA to Green Bay, WI line. It is recommended that people with heart or
lung disease, older adults, and children avoid prolonged or heavy
exertion, while everyone else should reduce prolonged or heavy
For more information on current air quality, please see: