How does meteorology/weather influence ozone concentrations

How does meteorology/weather influence ozone concentrations?
The chemical reaction required to form tropospheric ozone occurs most
efficiently on hot, sunny days under stagnant and humid air conditions. High
humidity and high temperatures enhance the formation of ozone.
Low wind speeds lead to the buildup of high local pollutant concentrations.
High winds tend to dilute ozone concentrations locally near sources but they
also transport ozone to other locations, often causing high ozone
concentrations in areas without large sources of NOx and VOCs.
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