Air Quality Information Bulletin - 19th June 2017

News published: 20/06/2017

A high pressure system persisting over the UK has brought warm and still conditions, resulting in increased ground level ozone. The following site has exceeded the EU ozone public information threshold of 180µg/m3:

St Osyth 186 ug/m3 - 17:00 BST

The measurements have now returned to low.
Further information on health advice can be found here

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