Explore Air Pollution Patterns in Spokane With Ambee’s Hyperlocal Air Quality Map
Spokane is located in eastern Washington state, approximately 280 miles (450 km) east of Seattle. Its latitude and longitude are approximately 47.6588° N, 117.4260° W. Spokane has a semi-arid climate, with hot, dry summers and cold, snowy winters. The city receives an average of around 17 inches (430 mm) of precipitation per year, with most of it falling as snow in the winter months. The temperature in Spokane typically ranges from the mid-20s to mid-80s Fahrenheit (-4-29°C) throughout the year. Spokane had an average annual AQI of 28.3, which is considered "good" air quality. This means that the air quality in Spokane was generally healthy and posed little to no risk to public health.