Don’t overlook to drink numerous water at this time. It’s going to be a sizzling one.
Denverites can count on to see a excessive temperature of 98 levels Sunday, the Nationwide Climate Service stated. The low tonight is anticipated to drop to round 61 levels with a slight night breeze as much as eight mph.
Air high quality across the metro space is anticipated to be impacted by smoke from the Pine Gulch Fireplace close to Grand Junction. The wildfire has grown to over 20,000 acres below dry, sizzling situations. Japanese winds will deliver an elevated plume over Interstate 70 over the subsequent a number of days, the Nationwide Climate Service stated.
West winds will deliver smoke from #PineGulchFire east for the subsequent a number of days. Anticipate an elevated plume over I-70 throughout afternoons, then smoke settling into the mountains in a single day and into Denver within the late evening/morning hours. Well being impacts: https://t.co/l5cwYNlIel#cowx pic.twitter.com/HjbBcjOuRB
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) August 9, 2020
Monday will give the metro space a slight break from the acute warmth earlier than the remainder of the week brings a number of 90-degree days. Tomorrow’s excessive needs to be round 88 levels with a low of 61 and 20% likelihood of afternoon showers.
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Tuesday might be sizzling once more with a excessive of 94 levels — a pattern that may proceed by way of the remainder of the recent, dry week, in response to the Nationwide Climate Service in Boulder.