AQ Advisory Continues for P.G. and Vanderhoof
Prince George, B.C. – The weather pattern that has pushed cold air into the region persists, and that is the main factor behind an air quality advisory that remains in effect for both Prince George and Vanderhoof.
At 9 this morning, the 24 hour rolling average of levels of PM2.5 were 42 mg/m3 in Prince George and 40 mg/m3 in Vanderhoof.
While there may be some relief tomorrow morning with an increase in wind, this weather pattern is expected to stick with the region until at least the weekend.