Officials warn high temperatures can pose air quality dangers

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In addition to brutal temperatures, the expected heat wave is also posing a danger to people who have trouble breathing.

State officials say levels of Ozone are expected to climb into unhealthy this weekend and stay that way until at least Monday.

Residents are asked to cut down on emissions by waiting until dusk to mow their lawns, not idling their cars and holding off on any backyard campfires.

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