Three fires burning several thousand acres in central Utah are pumping a lot of smoke into the air, but fires in Idaho are making the mountains in Top of Utah disappear.
Mount Ogden was invisible from Business Depot Ogden by 2 p.m. Monday as the smoke levels slowly rose.
Bo Call, air quality monitoring supervisor at the Utah Division of Air Quality, said the air pollution was mostly smaller particulate matter and “looks worse than it is,” but said the concentration was rising as the day went on.
The Division of Air Quality rated the air quality Monday afternoon as “moderate,” meaning those with lung problems and the elderly should restrict outdoor activity.
via Idaho wildfires blamed for smokey conditions in the Top of Utah.