NEW YORK -- New York City is expected to see hazy conditions Monday, as smoke from thereturns to our skies.
The Air Quality Index will be around 55, which may be a risk to people who are sensitive to air pollution.
The mayor's office issued a warning Sunday about smoke at high altitudes.
"While we continue to actively monitor potential air quality concerns for Monday morning, currently, the impacts are projected to be mild, though New Yorkers will likely see hazy skies in the morning," the mayor said in a statement. "Throughout the day tomorrow, New Yorkers should listen to their bodies, especially if they have any preexisting health conditions and take any necessary precautions to ensure they stay safe. We will continue to update New Yorkers as forecasts solidify."
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