Air Quality Advisory for Dunn County, Wisconsin - July 25, 2023

This week, the air quality in Dunn County is expected to be unsafe in our communities due to
continued smoke from Canadian wildfires, hot temperatures and high humidity.

From June 24th to 30th, we expect high humidity and temperatures around 90 degrees for several days.
This combination will likely lead to air quality above moderate levels. This can cause health risks for
those spending time outside.

? If the air quality reaches unhealthy levels (red), please be cautious about being outdoors.
? If you have asthma, heart disease, or other lung conditions,
try to limit your time outside if the air quality reaches
unhealthy for sensitive groups (orange) or above.
? Seek medical attention if you experience chest pain,
coughing, shortness of breath, trouble breathing, or
Stay updated on current information through these news sources:
? Wisconsin Department of Health Services:
? Wisconsin Department of Health Services heat fact sheet:
Protecting your Family Fact Sheet
? AirNow: On your smartphone’s app store or online at
Check local and national news stations for air quality updates and heat advisory alerts throughout the
coming week. Stay safe, and take care of yourself and your loved ones

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