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Air Quality Alert
Issued: 1:31 PM CDT Jul. 27, 2016 – National Weather Service

... Air quality alert in effect for Thursday...

The following statement was issued by the Oklahoma department of
environmental quality.

An air quality alert for ozone has been issued for Thursday...
July 28th... for the Oklahoma City metropolitan area due to
expected high concentrations of ozone.

Persons with existing heart or respiratory ailments should reduce
physical exertion and outdoor activity.

The general public is encouraged to help alleviate the problem by
reducing vehicle miles traveled by riding the bus... carpooling... or
avoiding unnecessary trips. The public is also asked to avoid
refueling during the morning and early afternoon hours... and to
avoid the use of two cycle engines such as lawn mowers...
motorcycles... weedeaters... and outboard engines. It is also advised
to limit outdoor burning.

For hourly updates on concentrations and possible health warnings,
telephone the Oklahoma department of environmental quality at
405-702-4100. For more information on health effects, call the
American lung association of Oklahoma at 405-748-4674


131 PM CDT Wed Jul 27 2016

... Air quality alert in effect for Thursday...

The following statement was issued by the Oklahoma department of
environmental quality.

An air quality alert for ozone has been issued for Thursday...
July 28th... for the Oklahoma City metropolitan area due to
expected high concentrations of ozone.

Persons with existing heart or respiratory ailments should reduce
physical exertion and outdoor activity.

The general public is encouraged to help alleviate the problem by
reducing vehicle miles traveled by riding the bus... carpooling... or
avoiding unnecessary trips. The public is also asked to avoid
refueling during the morning and early afternoon hours... and to
avoid the use of two cycle engines such as lawn mowers...
motorcycles... weedeaters... and outboard engines. It is also advised
to limit outdoor burning.

For hourly updates on concentrations and possible health warnings,
telephone the Oklahoma department of environmental quality at
405-702-4100. For more information on health effects, call the
American lung association of Oklahoma at 405-748-4674



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