Haze In Southern Colorado Caused By CA Wildfires

By: Branden Borremans Email
By: Branden Borremans Email

The National Weather Service Office in Pueblo confirms that Friday's hazy sky is attributed to smoke from the ongoing wildfires in California.

11 News Meteorologist Branden Borremans has confirmed that the smoke is being transported over Colorado by westerly winds in the upper levels of the atmosphere.

This westerly wind flow is likely to persist over the Western United States this weekend, meaning the haze might very well hang around over the next couple of days.


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  • by Too Late For Some Location: C/S on Jul 12, 2008 at 12:37 PM
    Haze In Southern Colorado Caused By CA Wildfires. No kidding. Where else did the haze come from? Wheezin, no wonder this city is in the shape it is.
  • by wheezin Location: co springs on Jul 11, 2008 at 07:59 PM
    responding to the first comment. I don't get it? Please help me understand...
  • by DM Location: C/S on Jul 11, 2008 at 12:35 PM
    No kidding? Isn't that stating the obvious>
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