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Good 22 50
Moderate 100
Unhealthy for Some Groups 150
Unhealthy 200
Very Unhealthy 300
Hazardous 500

Pollutant: Fine Particulate Matter
Updated Hourly at 4/24/2018 1:15 pm

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The Current Air Quality Index (above) is applicable to all of Spokane County as it reflects the pollutant with the highest reading from the monitoring network. The map below provides information for each monitoring site in the network. Learn more here about the Air Quality Index, including the daily AQI (midnight-to-midnight) and the Current Air Quality.

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*Please Note: The PM2.5 monitor located at Augusta and Fiske is down for maintenance. It will likely be back up and running on Tuesday, April 24. Thank you for your patience. 


Monitoring Stations

Station List

Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) is the predominant air pollutant in the current hour.

Updated 4/24/2018 1:15 pm

Click a location on the map for more information.

= PM2.5 monitoring stations (AQI value) = Other monitoring stations

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