Denver, Colorado 2021-08-05 09:18:35 –
The dampness Denver has enjoyed over the past few days has left the city. Replacing the cool, occasional rains can result in above-average temperatures, dry, and sometimes smoky air. In the mountains, the risk of fire increases on weekends.
The sky is clear this morning and almost clear this afternoon. The smoky condition will continue in the area until tonight. pic.twitter.com/3WyP8X2Bw9
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) August 5, 2021
Colorado Public Health and Environment Department on Thursday Predicting Unhealthy air for everyone in the metro area. Ozone and fine particles are in the air, Forces CDPHE to issue yet another air quality warning. Boulder’s National Weather Service predicts Thursday will be the highest at 92 degrees Celsius. Smoke area Otherwise it confuses a sunny day. Smoke accumulates in the evening when the temperature drops to 62 degrees Celsius.
Fridays are even warmer, with peaks of 96 degrees Celsius and cooler temperatures. It will be mostly sunny as the threat of storms remains until the evening when the temperature drops to 60 degrees Celsius. After 1:00 pm, there is a 20% chance that the shower will pop up in a gust of near 25 mph.
It is sunny on Saturday, with a maximum temperature of 89 degrees and a minimum temperature of 60 degrees.
The NWS warns that over the next few days, the risk of fire will increase in highlands where the weather is warm and the humidity is low.
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