Spokane’s air quality returns to ‘good’ as dust settles

SPOKANE, Wash. — Spokane’s air quality returned to the ‘good’ range on Friday evening as dust settled throughout the region.

The Air Quality Index dipped into the “very unhealthy” range for a short period in the afternoon, but has since improved.

The National Weather Service in Spokane warned of blowing ash across eastern Washington and into North Idaho, which could cause some low visibility in certain areas.

 

The latest updates on local air quality can be found here.