Wildfire smoke blankets the Entrance Vary, prompting well being warning

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Wildfire smoke affected air high quality throughout Colorado Sunday, with a lot of the state seeing moderate-to-heavy ranges of smoke from 4 main fires.
The Colorado Division of Public Well being and Surroundings issued an air high quality advisory for northern and central Colorado Sunday, warning that smoke may make residents sick and people with respiratory circumstances ought to keep inside.
Winds are anticipated to shift Sunday night to blow towards the east, doubtless bringing durations of moderate-to-heavy smoke to the areas to the south and east of the Cameron Peak and Williams Fork fires. The Cameron Peak fireplace is burning in Larimer County and the Williams Fork fireplace is burning about 15 miles southwest of Fraser.
Projections from the Nationwide Climate Service at Boulder predict the vast majority of the Entrance Vary will expertise heavy smoke Sunday evening, steadily simple in a single day and into Monday morning.
Monday will see heavy smoke round Grand Junction, Rifle, Aspen, Steamboat Springs and Vail, in line with the climate service.
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Present smoke forecast from 6 pm this night via 6 pm Monday. #cowx #CameronPeakFire #WilliamsForkFire pic.twitter.com/cVsSNd2lfu
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) August 16, 2020

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