Why you may smell smoke in Polk County, Iowa
Why you may smell smoke in Polk County, Iowa?
The Fire and Smoke Map shows fine particle pollution (PM2.5) from permanent AirNow monitors, temporary monitors deployed by agencies for smoke events, and low-cost sensors made by PurpleAir.
Users can click or tap on the layer icon (it looks like this ) on the upper right of the map to select/de-select map layers showing the different data sources.
To see other pollutants, visit the AirNow interactive map, which shows ozone, PM2.5, and PM10 data that official outdoor air quality air monitoring stations report to AirNow.