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Indpls-Washington Park Data by Site by Date (all parameters)

Use this form to retrieve hourly data collected at Indpls-Washington Park. Although this is the most current data, it is not considered official until it has been certified by the technical staff. This information is updated hourly.

This web page provides the most current hourly averaged data available. Our convention for time-tagging data is the beginning of each hour. For example, values shown for the noon hour are based on measurements taken from noon to 1:00 p.m. The noon average will not be calculated until after 1:00 p.m. The noon average will then be available on our external server from 1:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. This results in an apparent one-hour time lag in the data. We also present our data in Local Standard Time for each measuring site. For most of Indiana this is Eastern Standard Time. During Daylight Savings, this introduces another apparent one-hour time lag in the data.

Use the controls below to select a different date or time format and to control cell highlighting based on measured ozone, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide or PM-2.5 or PM-10 levels. Click on the Generate Report button once you have made your selections. Click on the Plot Data button once the tabular report has been generated to open a separate window containing data plots.

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Month:Day:Year:Time Format:
Ozone Highlights:  Moderate   Unhealthy for Sensitives   Unhealthy   Very Unhealthy  
Sulfur Dioxide Highlights:  Moderate   Unhealthy for Sensitives   Unhealthy   Very Unhealthy   Hazardous  
Nitrogen Dioxide Highlights:  Moderate   Unhealthy for Sensitives   Unhealthy   Very Unhealthy   Hazardous  
PM-2.5 Highlights:  Moderate   Unhealthy for Sensitives   Unhealthy   Very Unhealthy   Hazardous  
PM-10 Highlights:  Moderate   Unhealthy for Sensitives   Unhealthy   Very Unhealthy   Hazardous  
Green underline for validated data

The table below contains hourly averages for all the pollutants and meteorological conditions measured at Indpls-Washington Park for Thursday, October 23, 2014. All times shown are in EST.

Parameter MeasuredMorningAfternoon Parameter Measured POC
Mid 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:0010:0011:00Noon 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00
Carbon Monoxide 0.20.30.30.30.40.60.60.80.90.60.40.30.30.30.20.3 FEW NA Carbon Monoxide 1 R
Sulfur Dioxide 0.40.40.40.40.40.50.50.70.81.145.048.120.681.534.523.4 FEW NA Sulfur Dioxide 1 R
NOy PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM NA NOy 1
Nitric Oxide 3.43.95.411.215.520.241.474.169.734.324.715.612.812.56.66.7 FEW NA Nitric Oxide 2
Nitrogen Dioxide 16.516.718.118.217.116.718.621.326.726.122.719.216.222.419.118.8 FEW NA Nitrogen Dioxide 2 R
Oxides of Nitrogen 18.519.322.228.131.335.658.693.995.059.146.033.527.633.624.424.2 FEW NA Oxides of Nitrogen 2
Ozone 9400000006101622202324 FEW NA Ozone 1 R
Wind Speed 1.20.31.31.10.40.50.70.51.03.84.72.83.32.71.61.9 FEW NA Wind Speed 1
Resultant Wind Speed 1.00.30.91.10.20.40.70.50.93.54.01.62.62.00.60.4 FEW NA Resultant Wind Speed 1
Resultant Wind Direction 94352667589689390205218239239232228346292 FEW NA Resultant Wind Direction 1
Maximum Wind Gust 4.11.62.32.92.31.92.32.14.911.710.47.39.57.85.15.5 FEW NA Maximum Wind Gust 1
Std. Dev. Wind Direction 34254513653616163123315337426472 FEW NA Std. Dev. Wind Direction 1
Outdoor Temperature 43.440.938.537.336.335.935.736.441.747.550.551.954.956.456.757.4 FEW NA Outdoor Temperature 1
Dew Point Temperature 39.038.437.537.035.735.535.035.538.940.641.240.940.438.137.738.6 FEW NA Dew Point Temperature 1
Relative Humidity 84.791.296.498.897.598.797.396.589.977.370.866.358.350.749.249.8 FEW NA Relative Humidity 1
Solar Radiation LIM LIM LIM LIM0.00 LIM LIM0.050.290.560.690.840.940.630.360.39 FEW NA Solar Radiation 1
Ultraviolet Radiation 0.1200.0520.0330.0960.0000.0000.1113.36212.79724.84934.96844.23949.76336.66223.55221.524 FEW NA Ultraviolet Radiation 1
Barometric Pressure 997.0997.1996.9996.5996.5996.5996.6996.4996.6996.5996.3996.0994.9994.0993.1992.8 FEW NA Barometric Pressure 1
Precipitation PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM NA Precipitation 1
PM-10 (Standard Conditions) 12.8213.1914.2214.5716.4117.2726.7737.4837.4040.5148.6328.5434.5535.0234.32 FEW NA NA PM-10 (Standard Conditions) 4 R
Black Carbon PM2.5 (Std) 0.400.400.400.400.420.55 LIM1.271.200.74 LIM0.490.510.390.440.47 FEW NA Black Carbon PM2.5 (Std) 1
PM-10 (Local Conditions) 13.6415.1915.1515.8617.6118.5228.6540.1139.2742.1150.1629.3335.2435.6234.91 FEW NA NA PM-10 (Local Conditions) 3
PM Coarse PM10-PM2.5 (Local Conditions) -2.7319.329.851.006.133.1214.8320.3516.2814.9525.3413.4322.5322.8622.62 FEW NA NA PM Coarse PM10-PM2.5 (Local Conditions) 3
PM-2.5 (Local Conditions) 16.27-4.125.3914.8611.4815.4113.8119.6722.9927.1624.8215.9012.6212.7612.29 FEW NA NA PM-2.5 (Local Conditions) 4
Sulfate PM2.5 LC 2.422.192.011.821.641.451.551.621.922.784.653.622.653.585.452.64 FEW NA Sulfate PM2.5 LC 1
Parameter MeasuredMid 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:0010:0011:00Noon 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00Parameter Measured POC
MorningAfternoon
Maximum values for each parameter are bold within the table. Minimum values are bold italic.
 R - Data from this instrument meets EPA quality assurance criteria for regulatory purposes.

Key to Sulfur Dioxide Highlight Colors:

Sulfur Dioxide levels have been mapped to colors based on the national one-hour standard levels.
The table below shows the levels, color-coding, and suggested actions for the one-hour standard.

Sulfur Dioxide levels in this range are projected to be moderate based on the national one-hour standard for Sulfur Dioxide.
  • No health impacts are expected when levels are within this range.
  • No special actions are required when levels are within this range.
Sulfur Dioxide levels in this range are projected to be unhealthy for sensitive groups based on the national one-hour standard for Sulfur Dioxide.
  • Increasing likelihood of respiratory symptoms, such as chest tightness and breathing discomfort, in people with asthma.
  • People with asthma should consider limiting outdoor exertion.

Key to PM-2.5 (Local Conditions) Acceptable Highlight Colors:

The color-coding of the hourly PM-2.5 data is based on a 1-hour to 24-hour projection. This projection is based on statistics compiled over several years comparing the daily maximum 1-hour average to the midnight-to-midnight 24-hour average.
The table below shows the levels, color-coding, and suggested actions for both the 1-hour projection and the actual 24-hour standard.

Color Air Quality Rating 1-Hour
Average
(µg/m³)
24-Hour
Average
(µg/m³)
Actions to take
Moderate 15.5 - 35.4 12.1 - 35.4
  • No health impacts are expected when levels are within this range.
  • No special actions are required when levels are within this range.

PLEASE NOTE: This data has not been verified by the IDEM and may change. This is the most current data, but it is not official until it has been certified by our technical staff. Data is collected from IDEM ambient monitoring sites and may include data collected by other outside agencies. This data is updated hourly. All times shown are in local standard time unless otherwise indicated.