NOTE: Air quality is variable and dependent upon a number of factors including; sunlight, temperature, wind speed and direction. Like the weather, it can change from day to day or even hour to hour. Click here for more information on the many variables that impact the ADEQ Daily Ozone Forecast.
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While ground-level ozone can be a problem to many, the good news is you can be a part of the solution. By following some simple tips and making some slight adjustments to our daily routine, together we can make a difference in the air we breathe.

Ground-level ozone is created when pollutants mix with sunlight and gain in potency as they cook throughout the day. To most effectively reduce your role in the emissions that lead to ozone creation, consider avoiding emission-producing activities in the early morning hours that can lead to harmful afternoon ozone.

Click on the following questions and tips for information and links about some of the ways you can lower ground-level ozone and improve the air quality in Central Arkansas:
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