Weekend database server outage anticipated from 5:00 p.m. EDT (4:00 p.m. CDT) on Friday,
April 29 through 7:00 a.m. (6:00 a.m. CDT) Monday, May 2, 2016.
Some of the air monitoring applications and maps accessed from this page
will be unavailable while the department's computer servers are undergoing maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Air Quality Monitoring
About Florida's Air Quality System (FLAQS)
Welcome to Florida's Air Quality System (FLAQS) website. This site's purpose is to provide up-to-date pollution data to the public. Nineteen different state, local and private air programs provide ambient air data to this system. They operate the state's ambient air monitoring network, routinely recording data 24 hours per day.
Ambient air is the air we breathe outside, near ground level. As ambient air quality changes, people respond in different ways. Low concentrations may not affect a person, but at high concentrations, ozone, particle pollution, and other pollutants may cause damage to human health. This site provides air quality information throughout the day to allow you to make better informed decisions for daily activities.
The following mapping and reporting applications available
below show carbon monoxide (CO),
nitrogen dioxide (NO2),
ozone (O3), continuously monitored
particulate matter 2.5 (PM2.5) and particulate matter 10 (PM10), and
sulfur dioxide (SO2) levels recorded throughout the state's ambient air monitoring network.
It is important to note that the air quality data less than three months old viewed on this website generally have not been verified and checked for quality assurance in accordance with federal requirements.
Please contact the
DARM Help Desk if you experience any problems at 850-717-9012.
Air Quality Advisories
Advisories, when available, are posted here.
View a visual representation of customized ambient air data and the Air Quality Index (AQI) on a state of Florida map. The AQI is based on continuously monitored CO, NO2, O3, PM2.5, PM10, and SO2 data.
The following settings are recommended for optimal use:
Remove pop-up blocker for dep.state.fl.us application makes extensive use of pop-up windows.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 SP2 - Netscape users may experience errors.
800 x 600 Resolution or higher - the use of other
resolutions may produce unexpected results. Best
viewed in 1024 x 768.
56k modem connection or higher
Multiple Site Data
View Daily, Monthly, Highest Readings, and Attainment Status reports of CO, NO2, O3, PM2.5, PM10, and SO2 pollution levels for more than one site at a time.
Air Quality Animated Maps
View the most recent air quality level (Eastern Standard Time) maps showing the most recent, yesterday and today?s, continuously monitored pollution levels for the state of Florida.
View individual county maps displaying site locations and Daily, Monthly, Highest Readings and Attainment Status reports of CO, NO2, O3, PM2.5, PM10, and SO2 pollution levels recorded for individual sites.
View O3 and PM2.5 forecast reports for the entire state as well as AQI history reports for all monitoring counties in Florida.
Ozone Tracking Sheets
The 1-hour and 8-hour tracking sheet reports are updated once
daily at 7:30 A.M. EST.
- Automated 8-Hour Ozone Readings Report
- Report showing the 5 highest daily 8-hr ozone readings at each monitoring
site with a running 3-yr average. The most recent 11 years of data are shown on this report.
Downloadable 8-Hour Ozone Readings Report
- This report contains data from 1993 to the present. The report opens in a new browser window and can be saved to your PC as an .html document. The saved .html document on your computer may be opened in a browser or Microsoft Excel.
- Automated 1-Hour Ozone Readings Report
- Report showing the 4 highest daily 1-hr ozone readings at each monitoring site.
The most recent 11 years of data are shown on this report.
Downloadable 1-Hour Ozone Readings Report
- This report contains data from 1993 to the present. The
report opens in a new browser window and can be saved to your PC as
an .html document. The saved .html document on your computer may be
opened in a browser or Microsoft Excel.
April 29, 2016