Northwest Indiana Issues Air Quality Alert for Saturday Due to High Ozone Levels

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Northwest Indiana – An Air Quality Action Day has been declared for Saturday as ozone levels are expected to rise, posing health risks. Residents, particularly those with chronic respiratory conditions, are urged to limit outdoor activities.

According to the U.S. National Weather Service Chicago, air quality will reach unhealthy levels for sensitive groups in northwest Indiana. Elevated ozone levels can aggravate respiratory issues, making it essential for vulnerable individuals to take necessary precautions.

For the latest air quality updates, residents can visit SmogWatch.IN.gov and AirNow.gov. Illinois residents can check local conditions at AirNow.gov.

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