Updated: Tuesday, March 26 2013, 03:31 PM EDT
Not many people are thinking spring with current weather conditions, but the state of North Carolina is.
It'll begin issuing daily air quality reports on Monday, April 1st.
Ozone can be harmful, especially for the elderly and people with respiratory problems.
There are things we can all do to cut-back on the amount of pollution in the air.
Ashley Featherstone, WNC Air Quality Agency, "driving less, driving more efficient vehicles, conserving electricity since power plants and cars and trucks are typically our biggest source."