The Upper and Lower Peninsulas are both receiving smoke from Canadian wildfires, and the advisory warns that it could eventually become Unhealthy For All. The smoke will vary from Unhealthy For Sensitive Groups to Unhealthy For All in some areas.
The tweet below also shows the news:
Nearly the entire state of Michigan will be dealing with poor air quality on Tuesday as more wildfire smoke from Canada moves into the region. https://t.co/mFZMAxk1OV
— Local 4 WDIV Detroit (@Local4News) June 26, 2023
Sensitive populations should restrict prolonged or intense effort, including those with heart illness, lung disease (including asthma), children, and elderly adults. Additionally, you should cut back on or stop doing things like outside burning and using wood-burning appliances in your home.
Additionally, close your windows at night to keep smoke from entering your home, and if you can, run your central air conditioning with filters that have a MERV rating of 13 or higher.
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