Minnesota health officials have extended an air pollution warning in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area through Tuesday due to expected high levels of ozone.
Not only is it expected to be extra hot in Minnesota on Wednesday, the Twin Cities and Rochester have also been put under an air pollution health advisory.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is issuing a health advisory to anyone who’s sensitive to elevated levels of ozone. The advisory is for the southern two-thirds of Minnesota and it will be in effect until midnight tonight.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has issued an air pollution health advisory in effect for the Twin Cities metro area from 12 p.m. through midnight Friday.