Below are links to some of the tools professional air quality forecasters use to help predict air quality. Each product has its own strengths, weaknesses and quirks. Users are advised that interpreting results from the models can be difficult. Proceed with caution!
Washington State University (WSU)
On left menu, click “Species” then “PM2.5” for forecasts of fine particles
United States Forest Service (USFS)
Find "Northwest:" Choose MAP for PNW 4km or PNW 1.33kmHigh Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) Smoke
Loop "Near surface smoke"
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
See “1Hr Average Surface Smoke”
Canada's Wildfire Smoke Prediction System (FireWork)