Officials issued a health alert Saturday regarding air pollution in the southern part of Minnesota, Associated Press reported.
According to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, the alert will last from Saturday afternoon until Sunday at noon.
Monitoring stations have begun noticing high levels of fine-particle pollution in the area. When the levels get too high, people that are sensitive to air pollution will being to feel chest pain and have difficulty breathing.
Air quality should improve by Monday due to an expected cold front, officials said.
Post Bulletin by Associated Press