Air Quality Index Statement
Issued by NWS Springfield, MO

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AIR QUALITY REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
1000 AM CDT TUE JUL 18 2017

AIR QUALITY INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE GREENE COUNTY
HEALTH DEPARTMENT.

THE MOLD COUNT WAS 13,386 WHICH WAS IN THE HIGH RANGE.
THE PRIMARY MOLD TYPE WAS CLADOSPORIUM.

THE GRASS POLLEN COUNT WAS 9 WHICH WAS IN THE MODERATE RANGE.
THE PRIMARY GRASS POLLEN TYPE WAS GRASS.

TREE POLLEN DATA WAS NOT AVAILABLE.

THE WEED POLLEN COUNT WAS 10 WHICH WAS IN THE MODERATE RANGE.
THE PRIMARY WEED POLLEN TYPE WAS PLANTAIN.

TODAY`S ULTRAVIOLET INDEX FROM THE EPA IS IN THE EXTREME CATEGORY.

PROTECTION AGAINST ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION IS NEEDED. IF YOU MUST BE
OUTSIDE DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS...TAKE STEPS TO REDUCE UV
EXPOSURE. WEAR A SHIRT...HAT...SUNGLASSES...AND USE SUNSCREEN.

THIS IS A DANGEROUS SITUATION.

CURRENT AIR QUALITY INFORMATION FROM AIRNOW.
THE CURRENT OZONE CONCENTRATION IS UNKNOWN.
THE OZONE FORECAST FOR TODAY IS IN THE MODERATE RANGE.
THE OZONE FORECAST FOR TOMORROW IS IN THE MODERATE RANGE.

THE CURRENT PARTICULATE CONCENTRATION IS IN THE 27 CATEGORY.
THE PARTICULATE FORECAST FOR TODAY IS IN THE GOOD RANGE.
THE PARTICULATE FORECAST FOR TOMORROW IS IN THE GOOD RANGE.



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