SPOKANE, Wash. — Air quality in the Inland Northwest is expected to worsen in the next few days.
According to the National Weather Service (NWS) and AirNow.gov, air quality in the Inland Northwest is expected to go to the "Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups" zone. This means people who are sensitive to poor air quality may feel side effects, but the general public is less likely to be affected.
Smoke coming from northern wildfires is drifting down to the region, causing poor air quality.
Here are some tips to stay safe in poor air quality.
- Stay indoors if possible, with windows and doors closed.
- Avoid frying food, which can increase indoor smoke
- Avoid harsh outdoor activities, such as exercising or mowing the lawn if sensitive to the air quality.
For more information on air quality in the region, click here.
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