Nebraska DHHS issues smoke advisory for Lincoln
It will last from Monday evening until Tuesday morning.
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Prescribed burns in Kansas and Oklahoma could potentially impact the air quality in Lincoln.
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services has issued an advisory of possible moderate air impact for central and eastern Nebraska.
The advisory will last from Monday evening until Tuesday morning, according to DHHS.
Smoke could possibly affect areas near Grand Island and York on Monday evening before moving into the Lincoln and Omaha area Tuesday morning, DHHS says.
Sensitive people are asked to avoid being outside for prolonged periods of time.
Hourly updates on air quality across Nebraska can be found at airnow.gov.