Denver, Colorado 2022-05-13 09:04:21 –
According to the National Meteorological Agency, another fire alarm was issued from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm on Friday in the Denver region, hills, and most of eastern Colorado, recording high-risk fire weather conditions over several days. I set it up.
Broken Record Forecast: Another day of critical fire weather conditions. At least it’s not as windy as yesterday, but it’s still very dry and windy from late this morning to evening. #COwx pic.twitter.com/Pzr7FYmhjv
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) May 13, 2022
Winds are expected to reach 6 to 16 mph and 25 mph in low humidity, raising concerns about the rapid spread of flames. The highest temperature on Friday is expected to reach 77 degrees Celsius under clear skies.
The minimum overnight temperature is expected to be 48 degrees Celsius.
Sunny and warm weather is expected throughout the weekend, with highs expected in the 89s and even higher early next week.
A small possibility of rain or thunderstorms can come early next week and prevent the sunny days from continuing.
Another red flag warning Friday as winds, heat continue Source link Another red flag warning Friday as winds, heat continue