AQI Forecast by County
Saturday, February 24
Sat Sun
Placer
53
53
Sacramento
59
66
Yolo-Solano
55
57

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Check Before You Burn in Sacramento County
The annual Check Before You Burn season begins November 1 in Sacramento County including the cities of Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Folsom, Galt, Isleton, Rancho Cordova and Sacramento. From November through the end of February, be sure to check the daily burn status online or call 1-877-NO-BURN-5 (1-877-662-8765) or download the Sacramento Region Air Quality App before using a wood-burning fireplace, stove, firepit, or other wood-burning devices.

The Yolo-Solano AQMD's voluntary Don't Light Tonight program for Yolo County and part of Solano County also runs from November through February. Don't Light Tonight.

Sacramento Region PM2.5 Air Quality Forecast updated by noon
Today (Sat, Feb 24)
59 AQI - Moderate
Tomorrow (Sun, Feb 25)
66 AQI - Moderate

Yesterday's High Extended AQI Outlook
Fri, Feb 23
35 AQI - Good
PM2.5
Mon, Feb 26
Good
Tue, Feb 27
Good
Wed, Feb 28
Moderate

Air Quality Forecast and Weather Discussion
Saturday, light winds and a temperature inversion will hinder dispersion and low-level mixing in the morning. However, light northerly winds will gradually carry clean air into the Sacramento region in the afternoon, and warm temperatures will aid low-level mixing. These conditions will lead to low-Moderate particle levels. Sunday, light and variable winds will hinder dispersion throughout the morning hours, allowing pollutants to accumulate in the Sacramento region. However, light to moderate onshore winds will develop through the afternoon, dispersing pollutants and keeping particle levels low-Moderate. Monday, as a cold front moves through northern California, moderate onshore winds and scattered rain showers will keep pollutants well dispersed, yielding high-Good particle levels.