Current Conditions

 

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The observed conditions at the stations listed in the table below are actual conditions measured by Hawaii State Department of Health and National Park Service. These values are not modeled predictions. In the case of the aerosol measurements, PM2.5 (Particulate Matter of size 2.5 µm or less) observed values include SO4 as well as all other aerosols smaller than 2.5 microns. PM2.5 may include dust, salts, and other pollutants. More information and observations can be found on the Hawaii State Department of Health website here.

 

Station Date
Time
(HST)
SO2
Hourly Avg.
(ppm)
Air Quality Trends
HVNP Visitor's Center 5/27/2018 5:00 0.00 Acceptable Neutral
HVNP Jaggar Museum 5/27/2018 5:00 0.00 Acceptable Neutral
Hilo 5/27/2018 4:45 0.00 Acceptable Neutral
Pahala 5/27/2018 4:45 0.05 Acceptable Increasing
Ocean View 5/27/2018 4:45 0.01 Acceptable Increasing
Kailua-Kona 5/27/2018 4:45 0.01 Acceptable Neutral
Mountain View 5/27/2018 4:45 0.00 Acceptable Neutral

Station Date
Time
(HST)
Aerosols/PM2.5
Hourly Avg.
(µg/m³)
Air Quality Trends
Hilo Data Not Available 5:00 No Data Missing -
Pahala Data Not Available 5:00 No Data Missing -
Ocean View Data Not Available 5:00 No Data Missing -
Kailua-Kona Data Not Available 5:00 No Data Missing -
Mountain View Data Not Available 5:00 No Data Missing -
**Pahoa HS 5/18/2018 14:00 0.0 Acceptable Neutral

 

Disclaimer: The above data shown reflect the current values only, as available from the individual data providers.

 

For an explanation of the SO2 color scale, click here. For a detailed explanation of the PM2.5 Aerosol color scheme, click here. Trends denoted in the table above are relative to the preceeding hour.

** Please note that Pahoa High School (Pahoa HS), does not yet appear on the map below. The map will be updated to reflect the location of the new site in the near future. Until then, this link shows the location of the new Pahoa HS site

There are currently no PM2.5 observations available. The DOH has changed their primary website for air quality. A fix is in progress.