Just how bad did the wildfire smoke get in your Cobb neighborhood?

Wildfires in North Georgia are affecting the air quality in metro Atlanta.

Wildfires in North Georgia are affecting the air quality in metro Atlanta.

Cobb County had it worst when it came to dealing with wildfire smoke in metro Atlanta this week.

That's according to a map compiled by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution showing haze levels.

The smoke comes from the wildfires raging in North Georgia as the whole state deals with a historic drought.

From Monday at 6 a.m. to Tuesday at 1 p.m., six observation stations throughout the four-county metro Atlanta area captured smoke levels.

Cobb had some of the highest concentrations in the area from Monday 1 p.m. until Tuesday 7 a.m. — longer than any other part of metro Atlanta during the map's time frame.

Georgia imposed stiff new water restrictions on 52 counties Thursday as a worsening drought threatened the state's supply.

The largest active fire, in Rough Ridge, had burned about 24,765 acres as of Thursday.