The Idaho DEQ says the air quality looks worse than it is. It's expected to blow out with winds out of the North West, but there could be possibly a draw of wildfire smoke from Washington and Oregon.
"It's all up to what the wildfires and wind are doing," said Mike Tool with the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality.
The DEQ says the smoke is higher in the air than people breathe, and the smoke isn't really pinging the sensors on the ground.
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