The consensus ozone forecast for Macon for today is 69 part per billion, averaged over 8 hours
Based on this, the forecasted Air Quality Index is 61 or moderate (Code Yellow for ozone)
At this level the air is probably safe for most people. However, some people are unusually sensitive and react to ozone with an AQI in this range, especially at the higher values (in the 80s and 90s). People with heart and lung diseases such as asthma, and children, are especially susceptible. People in these categories, or people who develop symptoms when they exercise at "yellow" AQI levels, should consider avoiding prolonged outdoor exertion during the late afternoon or early evening when ozone concentrations are highest.
Information provided by the Georgia Air Quality Forecast Team.