The NOAA HMS image from today, shows fires burning in the Southeastern United States. Fires also burn in the lower plains and in Texas. In the west, fires burn around the 49th parallel, the border of the United States with Canada. No major smoke plumes were reported by HMS today.
The image in the top row are the AQI loop and the Ozone Loop from the US EPA's Air Now website. Large sections of moderate air quality (shown in yellow) were reported over the Mid-Atlantic, Southern States, and Southern California. Portions of unhealthy air quality for sensitive groups (orange), and unhealthy air quality (red) were reported in California in the morning. These areas grew as the day progressed, before subsiding in the late afternoon. In particular, the moderate air quality subsided to almost none in in California. Comparing this information against the ozone loop, it is possible to see that ozone contributed to a few minor parts of moderate air quality today in the east. Almost no ozone was reported in the United States today.
The animated image in the bottom row is from GASP and shows Air Optical Depth (AOD) over the continental United States. High optical depth was reported over the plains of the United States. High optical depth was also reported over the Ohio River Valley.