It has been revealed in a new report that Department of Energy and Environmental Protection in Fairfield County has been raising warnings in the state against the fear of a poor air quality that may be faced on Saturday.
As per the findings, a similar warning had also been issued by the group for Friday. And seeing the sunny skies with the estimation of 90-degree temperatures, the team has again raised concerns of bad quality of air.
Connecticut environmental officials have been affirming that not only the county, but people with respiratory problems in other counties as well should remain on high alert. Children and patients of asthma are more prone to suffer problems, the DEEP has notified.
The other countries may include Middlesex, New Haven, New London and Fairfield, all of whom are facing the conditions of extreme hot weathers. Also, the weather forecast for Saturday of all of these has been found to be almost similar.
The National Weather Service has unfolded that rising temperatures may cause the ozone levels at the ground level to reach or go beyond unhealthy standards.
Further, a Code Red Smog Alert has also been distributed by the Clean Air Campaign in the same regards, the report has found.
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