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21 September 2018 / latimes.com / Tony Barboza

87 days of smog: Southern California just saw its longest streak of bad air in decades

Los Angeles, California, United States

Southern California went 87 days without a clean air day, the longest stretch of consecutive ozone pollution violations in at least 20 years. Regulators blame the persistence in pollution on hot, stagnant weather and are studying whether climate change is driving it.

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