Not even the air is safe.
You gonna wanna hold your breath if you live in parts of central Ohio that were issued Air Quality Alert.
As temperatures have reached 90 degrees the light southerly winds will reduce pollutant dispersion, and regional pollutant carryover from Friday will be high. AKA adding more pollutants in the air and winds will carry them throughout parts of Columbus.
This can be unhealthy for many people. To learn more go to MORPC.org.