Across numerous applications, forecasting relies on numerical solvers for partial differential equations (PDEs). Although the use of deep-learning techniques has been proposed, actual applications have been restricted by the fact the training data are obtained using traditional PDE solvers. Thereby, the uses of deep-learning techniques were limited to domains, where the PDE solver was applicable. We demonstrate a deep-learning framework for air-pollution monitoring and forecasting that provides the ability to train across different model domains, as well as a reduction in the run-time by two orders of magnitude. It presents a first-of-a-kind implementation that combines deep-learning and domain-decomposition techniques to allow model deployments extend beyond the domain(s) on which it has been trained.