Certain weather conditions can irritate the airways, causing an increased risk of asthma symptoms. Extremely high or cold temperatures, thunderstorms, and dry air are possible asthma triggers.
Today’s Weather Factors
Air Quality 102 (Unhealthy)
Probability of Precipitation 20%
Max Wind Gusts 12 mph
Use HEPA filters and a humidifier in your home to reduce indoor asthma triggers. Bundle up and try to breathe through your nose when outdoors in colder temperatures.
- Use HEPA filters in your home to cut down on indoor allergens.
- Bundle up when temperatures are low.
- Try to breathe through your nose when outside in cold temperatures.
- Use a humidifier indoors to minimize airway irritation.