The Carpenter Canyon fire has prompted an smoke advisory for Southern Nevada through Sunday.
The Clark County Department of Air Quality has issued an advisory through Tuesday for smoke and ground-level ozone.
The Las Vegas Valley’s air quality is better, but there’s still room for improvement.
High winds have prompted air quality officials to issue a dust warning.
Due to expected high winds, Clark County officials have issued an air quality advisory for dust this afternoon and evening.
Clark County officials are telling people to stay indoors and away from an unhealthy layer of haze hanging in the still air over the Las Vegas valley.
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Due to expected high winds, Clark County Department of Air Quality officials are warning residents and operators of local construction sites of the possibility of blowing dust Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday afternoon.