A little Better, but still…

Air quality yesterday improved from Hazardous to Very Unhealthy. Here’s how that works:

This morning it’s back to Hazardous. Still, you can see in the picture below the marginal improvement over the picture I posted a couple days ago. This morning our number 434. So we stay indoors, only going to the mailbox once a day and that’s it.

For those suffering from floods, rain, wind, snow, and whatever, our best wishes for your safety and health.

About Rick Robinson

Enjoying life in Portland, OR
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16 Responses to A little Better, but still…

  1. tracybham says:

    That is a very high number and I hate it that you and Barbara are going through this.

  2. Christophe says:

    The picture looks much better, though it is still very far from where we all wish it were. Hopefully the improvement, however gradual, will continue.

  3. Evan Lewis says:

    And just now it dipped to merely UNHEALTHY. Hallelujah.

  4. Jerry House says:

    Hang in there, Rick. This too shall pass. Probably like a kidney stone, but it will pass.

  5. Patti Abbott says:

    So much suffering. You probably notice staying in less than a normal year since you were staying in anyway. Small consolation.

  6. Jeff Meyerson says:

    Unbelievable that it is still so bad. My brother is mostly working from home, but I know he was going in to work one or two days a week.

  7. 1412064gk says:

    Hope the rain washes away the fires and Bad Air! Stay safe and test negative!

  8. Art Scott says:

    We’ve had 2-3 weeks of mostly Haz/V. Haz air here in NorCal. The last week was mostly credited to Oregon fires rather than ours. But Wednesday morning the AQI maps were all green & it’s stayed green since. What a relief, but a wind shift could put us back in the murk again. No rain at all.

    • Interesting. Glad you’re breathing good air again, Art. Our smoke, by the maps we saw, blew west, nearly as far as Hawaii, though not so far south. I guess it could have gone down your way too. Now the wind shifted, and that early smoke is coming back over us. Rain today seems to be helping.

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