Residents in Rocky Mount are seeing orange. And it's only partly from the sun. Officials with the North Carolina Department of Environmental Resources raised the ozone forecast for the city of Rocky Mount from yellow to orange. Air quality officials say the raised level is a combination of the intense sunlight and air pollutants. A level of orange recommends people of high sensitivity such as the elderly stay indoors.
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