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AIR QUALITY INDEX AND SKYCAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KANSAS CITY/PLEASANT HILL MO
212 PM CDT TUE AUG 26 2014

THE MID-AMERICA REGIONAL COUNCIL /MARC/ HAS FORECAST THE AIR QUALITY
FOR TOMORROW.

THE SKYCAST FOR TOMORROW IS YELLOW. THE PRIMARY POLLUTANT WILL BE
OZONE.

SKYCAST COLORS CORRESPOND TO THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS.

RED...CONDITIONS ARE LIKELY TO HAVE AN ADVERSE IMPACT ON AIR QUALITY.
ORANGE...CONDITIONS ARE UNHEALTHY FOR SENSITIVE GROUPS.
YELLOW...CONDITIONS WILL CONTRIBUTE TO MODERATE AIR QUALITY.
GREEN...CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO KEEP AIR QUALITY ACCEPTABLE.

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