Air quality advisory issued in Clark County
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- An air quality advisory was issued in Clark County on Wednesday and remains in effect until Thursday morning.
A spokesperson for the county says smoke from wildfires in California paired with dust from the Colorado River basin prompted the advisory.
Smoke and dust can aggravate respiratory diseases, the advisory warns.
Anyone with respiratory issues, along with children and seniors, should stay inside as much as possible and keep windows closed.
For the latest air quality information in Clark County, click here.