Washington Smoke Map

*The map above is not able to display all state air quality monitors. Click here to see all monitors in Washington: WA Ecology Air Monitors

Note: Some users might notice intermittent discrepancies in colors shown on the map of air quality monitors above, and those reported on the Department of Ecology's official page. This is because Ecology believes their method of calculating the air quality category (i.e. “Good”, “Moderate”, Unhealthy” etc) is more protective of public health in Washington. If in doubt as to which better represents public health risk, use the more stringent of the two (i.e. the map showing worse air quality).

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

6/28/17 Wildfire smoke affecting Grant, Douglas, Kittitas counties

Smoke from wildfires southeast of Wenatchee and northwest of Quincy are causing air quality conditions from Moderate to Unhealthy in Grant and Douglas counties. The Sutherland Canyon, Spartan, and Straight Hollow fires are approximately 10-30% contained, but gusty winds are in the forecast, likely to push smoke into Douglas County and northern Grant County today, June 28, and towards Kittitas County and Wenatchee after 1PM on June 29. View fire details and possible evacuation information at the "Where's the Fire" tab above or visit InciWeb.

Locations of fire as of this post, June 28 approximately 11AM.
See more details in the interactive map at the top of the blog page.

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