CLEVELAND (WJW) — An Air Quality Advisory has been issued for several counties across Northeast Ohio.
According to NOACA, they include Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage and Summit Counties. The advisory will remain in effect through Monday.
Air quality levels may be unhealthy for sensitive groups during this period.
That category includes children, the elderly and those with breathing difficulties. They should monitor their outdoor activity.
There are ways to help reduce air pollution. NOACA suggests driving less, don’t let your car sit idle and refill your tank after sunset.
- DRIVE LESS: BIKE, WALK, USE TRANSIT, WORK FROM HOME, COMBINE TRIPS
- VISIT GOHIOCOMMUTE.COM/NOACA – FIND A SMARTER WAY TO TRAVEL!
- DON’T IDLE – TURN OFF YOUR ENGINE
- REFILL YOUR TANK AFTER SUNSET
- WAIT TO MOW DURING GROWING SEASON
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