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Salt Lake County—Current Conditions

December 9, 2023 11:00 PM (updated hourly)

PM 2.5

5.8 µg/m3


0.017 ppm


27° F


E 2.5 mph

As with temperature, air pollution varies throughout the day.

Web cam courtesy of the
University of Utah / MesoWest


Individuals are asked to voluntarily not use solid fuel burning devices, reduce/stop open burning, and reduce vehicle use by consolidating trips.
Salt Lake County prohibits burning solid fuel in fireplaces or wood burning stoves and bans outdoor fires (including bonfires, patio pits and charcoal grill fires) on days that the State of Utah designates as either mandatory or voluntary air action (no burn) days. Salt Lake County Health Regulation 35


The data displayed on this page represents the current air pollution levels and meteorological values, and is not quality assured. For quality assured data please visit

Particulate matter (PM), also known as particle pollution, is a complex mixture of extremely small dust and soot particles. For more information visit Air Pollutants: Particulate Matter.

Ozone (O3) is formed when hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides chemically react in the presence of sunlight and heat. For more information visit Air Pollutants: Ozone.

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