February 12, 2018

Seasonal Fires in the Great Plains

The air quality was reached Code-Yellow levels scattered across the U.S.; mainly in the Great Lakes region, in the Plains, and the Southwest (top left). The moderate levels seen in the Plains could be due to dust in the region (top right) and/or due to light density smoke plumes from seasonal fires in North central Texas and Central Oklahoma (bottom left). There were also several smoke plumes in florida near Lake Okeechobee and a thin plume in north central California.
Ozone levels remained fairly low today (bottom right).

Posted by csas1 at February 12, 2018 11:44 PM
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