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Hutto, TX

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Air Quality Index

Today:
Moderate

If you suffer respiratory issues, reduce prolonged or heavy outdoor exertion.

AQI:
67
Dominant Pollutant:
PM2.5

Tiny particles called PM2.5 irritate the eyes, nose, and respiratory system. Long-term exposure aggravates heart and lung disease.

AQI Source: EPA AirNow - Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Air Quality Forecast:
Main Pollutant:
Tuesday
Good air quality
Good air quality
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Current
none

: Elm

Today
none
108° | 78°
Partly Cloudy
Tue
none
99° | 75°
Partly Cloudy
Wed
none
100° | 76°
Clear
Thu
none
99° | 75°
Partly Cloudy

Air Quality & Health Tips

carpool

Carpooling reduces particulates in the air and additional unhealthy pollutants by half!

pollen

Pollen counts are highest on warm days. Best times to be outdoors is in the early morning when dew is still on the plants.

U.S. Counties Health Map & Air Pollution Monitors

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Fine Particulate Matter PM2.5*
Is an air pollutant that is a concern for people's health when levels are high. PM2.5 are tiny particles in the air which reduce visibility and cause the air to appear hazy when levels are elevated.
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Nearby Pollution Monitors

ID
Location
Time
Type
Level (µg/m3)
LTXCEDAR1
Cedar Park, TX
8:21 AM
PM10
10.38
LTXCEDAR1
Cedar Park, TX
8:21 AM
PM2.5
9.23
LTXELGIN1
Elgin, TX
8:13 AM
PM10
10.31
LTXELGIN1
Elgin, TX
8:13 AM
PM2.5
9.31
LTXAUSTI39
Austin, TX
8:21 AM
PM10
10.85

Pressure

Current: 29.9 in .

Danger
ok
Heat Index: 111°F
80.4°F
82%
85°F
0 mph | SSW

UV Index

Current
extreme
Current
11
Select Skin Type

-World Health Organization

extreme risk of harm from unprotected sun exposure. Limit sun exposure to 8-18 minutes. Apply skin protection factor (SPF) 30+, wear protective clothing (hat and UV-A&B sunglasses), and avoid being in the sun between 10am to 4pm.