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Todays Air
Quality Forecast

Air Quality Forecast brings you live pictures and corresponding air quality conditions from scenic urban and rural vistas in the Phoenix, Arizona region.

This page provides an overview of all Phoenix Visibility Web Cameras. In addition, near real-time air quality data provide visibility and meteorological information to the public.

Digital images from Web-based cameras are updated every 15 minutes. Images will appear black during the nighttime hours for obvious reasons. If the image is missing, please be patient and try again later.

For information regarding the purpose and history behind the development of this website click here.

For more air quality information contact us at Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ).

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*Map points are for location identification purposes only.

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Current Views

South Mountain


South Mountain is a rugged mountain south of metropolitan Phoenix. The view is from North Mountain looking toward the Phoenix downtown skyline and the South Mountains in the distance.

Estrella Mountains


The Sierra Estrellas form a jagged skyline southwest of metropolitan Phoenix. The camera view looks southwest from North Mountain.

White Tank Mountains


The White Tank Mountains lie to the west of metropolitan Phoenix. The camera view looks west from Avondale.

Camelback Mountain


The distinctive profile of this inner city mountain gives it its name. It is bordered by the cities of Phoenix, Scottsdale and Paradise Valley. The view is from the Capital Mall area of downtown Phoenix looking northeast toward Camelback Mountain.

Superstition Mountains


The Superstition Mountains are part of the designated Superstition Wilderness Area. The view is looking east from downtown Mesa with the community of Apache Junction between the camera and the mountain vista.

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