With the recent fire smoke seen around the region, there has been a heightened awareness of poor air quality. While air quality also includes invisible pollutants, it is the visible ones most often impacting our nose and lungs. For some, it can be problematic. The smoke particles are rather large and can be filtered out with a N95 style mask. Another common remedy is to stay indoors where the smoke is less prevalent.
To address those concerns, we have provided the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency data. Air Quality Sensor Map description.