• Air Quality Alert for Mono County, California
  • Air Quality Alert issued August 02 at 5:46AM PDT by NWS
  • Effective: Thursday, August 2, 2018 at 8:06 a.m.
  • Expires: Thursday, August 2, 2018 at 12:15 p.m.
    Dense smoke from wildfires has increased again across the
    southern part of Mono County early this morning. Sensors around
    the city of Mammoth Lakes are reporting Air Quality in the
    Hazardous range.
    While conditions are currently the worst around Mammoth Lakes,
    this dense smoke could spread to other areas of southern Mono
    County through the day. Increasing winds this afternoon should
    improve conditions in Mammoth Lakes, but residents around Mammoth
    and June Lakes should anticipate the possibility of unhealthy
    conditions returning each night until the Lions and Ferguson fires
    become less active.
    An Air Quality Index in the Very Unhealthy range means the entire
    population is more likely to be affected. For more information on
    air quality refer to
    Smoke conditions may change quickly. If you have any questions
    please visit or call the Great Basin Air
    Pollution Control District office in Bishop at 760-872-8211.

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