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Four Highest Eight-Hour Ozone Concentrations in 2017
as of March 28

Use this form to retrieve the four highest eight-hour ozone concentration averages from data collected at DAQ monitoring sites beginning January 1, 1999 through today. Although this is our most current data, it is not considered official until it has been certified by our technical staff. This information is updated hourly. All times shown are in Local Standard Time.

The table below lists the four highest daily maximum eight-hour ozone concentrations measured in 2017 in each community where the DAQ measures ozone. Concentrations that are rated Moderate or higher are color-highlighted based on the EPA-defined Air Quality Index colors. (See Interpreting the AQI.) The fourth-highest average is in bold black (unless it is highlighted). All ozone measurements are in parts per billion. Times are shown in 24-hour format and correspond to the beginning of the eight hour average.

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YearReport Format
Highlight with AQI colors
Area Monitoring Site POC Highest Second Highest Third Highest Fourth Highest
Date Time Value Date Time Value Date Time Value Date Time Value
Clark County
Paul Meyer103/05/201704005503/04/201709005403/25/201707005203/22/2017150052
Walter Johnson103/25/201709005403/05/201704005303/04/201710005202/22/2017090052
Palo Verde103/05/201704005703/04/201710005403/26/201710005303/25/2017080053
Joe Neal103/25/201709005403/18/201711005403/05/201707005403/04/2017110054
Green Valley103/05/201706005203/25/201709005103/04/201710005002/22/2017080050
Jerome Mack103/05/201708005003/04/201711005003/25/201708004802/22/2017090048
Boulder City103/25/201707005402/22/201709005203/05/201708005103/24/2017150050
Jean103/05/201706005403/14/201711005203/26/201711005103/25/2017040051
JD Smith103/05/201706005303/25/201708005203/04/201711005203/26/2017090050
POC (Parameter Occurrence Code): a code used to correctly separate data from multiple instruments at one site.

Interpreting the AQI

Air Quality Index

Each NAAQS pollutant has a separate AQI scale, with an AQI rating of 100 corresponding to the concentration of the Federal Standard for that pollutant. Additional information about the AQI and how it can be used is available from the EPA's AirNow web site.

Place your mouse pointer over the scale displayed above to view information about the Air Quality Index, and each of the rating levels.

The actual index calculation is different for each parameter measured and is specified by the EPA. The following table shows the various breakpoints used in calculating the AQI.

AQI Breakpoint Definitions
AQI Range 1hr Ozone
in ppm
8hr Ozone
in ppm
0 - 50 Not Defined 0 - 0.054
51 - 100 Not Defined 0.055 - 0.070
101 - 150 0.125 - 0.164 0.071 - 0.085
151 - 200 0.165 - 0.204 0.086 - 0.105
201 - 300 0.205 - 0.404 0.106 - 0.200
301 - 400 0.405 - 0.504 0.201 - 0.2011
401 - 500 0.505 - 0.604 Not Defined
500+ Not Defined Not Defined

PLEASE NOTE: This data has not been verified by the Clark County Department of Air Quality and may change. This is the most current data, but it is not official until it has been certified by our technical staff. Data is collected from Clark County Department of Air Quality ambient monitoring sites and may include data collected by other outside agencies. This data is updated hourly. All times shown are in local standard time unless otherwise indicated.