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Ground-level ozone leads to air quality statements for Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley – BC

Atmosphere Canada has issued two particular air high quality statements for Metro Vancouver for Wednesday, July 27.

“Metro Vancouver is now issuing an air high quality advisory for japanese components of Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley due to excessive concentrations of ground-level ozone which might be anticipated to persist by means of the week,” Atmosphere Canada mentioned, in an announcement.

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In keeping with Metro Vancouver Regional Districts’ airmap, the affected communities embody: New Westminster, Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Surrey, Langley, Abbotsford, Mission, Chilliwack and Hope.

“Floor-level ozone isn’t emitted immediately into the air however is shaped when nitrogen oxides and risky natural compounds react within the air within the presence of daylight,” Metro Vancouver Regional District mentioned, in a launch.

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The continued Nohomin Creek wildfire, burning close to Lytton, B.C., is contributing to the hazy circumstances seen across the area. Nevertheless, the wildfire has not had a major influence on the measuring positive particulate matter on the bottom degree, based on Atmosphere Canada.

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The district is warning residents to keep away from strenuous outside actions throughout the mid-afternoon to early night.

Scorching and sunny climate is forecasted to proceed all through the week and into the weekend.


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Warmth warnings cowl most of B.C. for the week


Warmth warnings cowl most of B.C. for the week

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