Thanks to The Missouri Department of Natural Resources for the great camera shot.
er below for my station's historical data.
*If you live near the St. Louis MO area, and make regular use of this page, I'd like to know about it. I encourage you to drop me an email!
*View a map of recent earthquakes in the Midwest.
*Check out this great list of all time extreme weather records for St. Louis Mo. Quite interesting.
*Data on this page is typically not more than 10 minutes old.
*Links to this page are weclome.
*Created by DB's Web Designs.
As a division of The Missouri Department of Natural Resources, the Division of Environmental Quality has the duties of monitoring the quality of the air we breathe in the St. Louis area. Though visual air pollution is not a direct measure of the level of air quality, it can give the viewer a clue to the healthfulness of ambient air. This camera is used in conjunction with a number of air monitoring stations around the area to determine air quality on a given day. Many of the air pollutants that contribute to the formation of the harmful, but invisible, ozone also impact clarity of the air. Visit their website for more information.