Primary Pollutant

PM

Last Update:01 Dec 2021, 10:05am



Comparitive Exposure with Queens College

24 hrs avg AQI

Queens College

United States
41

Pollutants

Pm 2.5 icon
- (PM 2.5)
Carbon-mono-oxide icon
- (CO)
Ozone icon
- (Ozone)
Nitrogen Dioxide Icon
- (NO2)

Weather Data

Current weather in Queens College
˚C | ˚F

Local Time

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Sunrise
Sunset
06:26 AM
06:26 PM

Wind Speed

33 km/h

UV Index

16

Pressure

800 mb

Health Advice

How to protect yourself from air pollution around Queens College?

Wear Mask

Not Required

Stay Indoors

Not Required

Windows

Keep Open

Use Purifier

Not Required

Family

Allow Outdoor

Queens College Air Quality Forecast



Day

AQI

Weather

Temp.

Today

134

AQI


Friday

134

AQI


Saturday

134

AQI


Sunday

134

AQI


Monday

134

AQI


Tuesday

134

AQI


Wednesday

134

AQI


Historical Data

Best

Oct 1, 2020

Worst

Oct 1, 2020

0

Historic air quality index graph of Queens College




AQI Calendar

D-50
Good
51-100
Moderate
101-150
Poor
151-200
Unhealthy
201-300
Severe
301-500
Hazardous



Comparitive Exposure with Queens College

24 hrs avg AQI

Queens College

United States
41


How do we calculate Air Quality Index ?

Air Quality Index (AQI) is a numerical value indicative of the aggregate levels of major pollutants in the ambient air. The more the AQI value, the more polluted the ambient air. It is descriptive of the magnitude of air pollution at a particular location.

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FAQs

(Frequently Asked Questions)


Quick answers to some commonly asked questions about the air quality of Queens College.


The real-time AQI near this location is 25 (GOOD) this reading was last taken .

The current concentration of PM2.5 at Queens College is 6 (µg/m³). The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends 25 µg/m³ as the threshold concentration of PM2.5. Currently, the concentration is 0.24 times the recommended limit.

Generally, the air quality at Queens College starts deteriorating in late October. The winters are the worst-hit season in terms of air pollution.