BISMARCK, N.D. - Thursday, the air quality in North Dakota is the way it's supposed to be compared to what it was on Sept. 13.
Terry O'Clair, the director of the Air Quality Division in North Dakota, says Sept. 13 was one the worst air qualities he's ever seen in the state.
"That was the first time I have seen the particulate matter levels go as high as they did. Fortunetly we had some rain move in and some rain and that did clean up our air quality," said O'Clair.
Terry O'Clair, Director of Air Quality Division.
Sanford Health hasn't seen an influx of patients lately due to the air quality.