Site Name Ozone AQI PM2.5 AQI PM10 AQI
Boulder Creek N/A 3 at 3AM N/A
Carmel Valley AMS 13 at 1AM 17 at 2AM N/A
Felton Cal-Fire N/A 3 at 3AM N/A
Hollister AMS 25 at 1AM 16 at 2AM 6 at 1AM
King City AMS 18 at 1AM 10 at 2AM 6 at 1AM
Pinnacles NM 26 at 1AM N/A N/A
SLV Middle School AMS N/A 7 at 2AM N/A
Salinas AMS 22 at 1AM 11 at 2AM N/A
Santa Cruz AMS 24 at 1AM 8 at 2AM N/A
Zayante Fire Station N/A 1 at 3AM N/A
All times shown in PDT Air Quality Index Information
Site:  Parameter:  Hours:
Air Quality Index Information
Area Today Tomorrow
Pinnacles National Monument Ozone Ozone
Salinas Ozone Ozone
Santa Cruz Ozone Ozone
Hollister Ozone Ozone
King City Ozone Ozone
Carmel Valley Ozone Ozone
Davenport Ozone N/A
San Lorenzo Valley Ozone Ozone
Scotts Valley Ozone Ozone
Watsonville Ozone N/A
Marina/Seaside Ozone N/A
Monterey Peninsula Ozone Ozone
March 30 - April 3, 2020 As the last low pressure system moves east, the Central Coast is enjoying a dry period which will extend through the week. Highs are expected to be in the mid to upper 60s and lows in the low to mid 40s. Inland and southern areas of Monterey and San Benito Counties will be a little warmer during the day and a few degrees colder at night. The next trough begins to build at the week end setting up for possible rain late weekend into early next week. Because of the recent precipitation and unstable the air quality is expected to be GOOD in all categories for the next few days.

Basin 24-hr Decision
Wed Apr 1
48-hr Forecast
Thu Apr 2
72-hr Outlook
Fri Apr 3
96-hr Trend
Sat Apr 4
North Central Coast - Coastal Zone Burn Favorable
(High Confidence)
Favorable Favorable
North Central Coast - Inland Zone Burn Favorable
(High Confidence)
Favorable Favorable
North Central Coast - San Lorenzo Valley Burn Favorable
(High Confidence)
Favorable Favorable
Source: PFIRS - Prescribed Fire Information Reporting System