Deadly weather system strengthens, now Tropical Storm Earl

A weather system that already has caused at least six deaths in the Dominican Republic has been designated as Tropical Storm Earl. Syndicated from Denver Post

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Climate change is as dangerous as ISIS, and part of the problem is your air conditioning

So, next time you feel stressed because your work place is too loud and fresh air is just too far away – perhaps blame air conditioning. Syndicated from Denver Post

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Weather conditions trigger ozone alert for Denver, Front Range

The combination of scorching temperatures, light winds and clear skies could trigger increased ground-level ozone over the next 24 hours, prompting authorities to issue an air quality alert for metro Denver and the Front Range. Syndicated from Denver Post

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Denver temps could soar to a record for July 10

The National Weather Service expects temperature in Denver on Sunday to approach, or beat, a 99 degree record for the day set in 1955. Syndicated from Denver Post

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More rain Thursday means possible flash flooding for Denver, Front Range and Eastern Plains

As if Denver hasn’t had enough rain and flooding this week, another warning was issued by the National Weather Service for flash flooding in Denver and the Northeast plains and Front Range Foothills Thursday afternoon. Syndicated from Denver Post

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Lightning strike causes fire in Garfield County

A wildfire is burning along Colorado Route 320 between Rifle and Rulison, and the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office said it may have been started by a lightning strike. Syndicated from Denver Post

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State officials issue air quality alert for unusually sensitive people

Colorado’s air quality prompted an alert for unusually sensitive people that’s in effect until 4 p.m. Sunday. Syndicated from Denver Post

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Federal scientists find that half of the water in the Colorado River starts underground

Federal scientists probing the Colorado River, the primary water source for the West, have found that, on average, 56 percent of the flow starts underground and seeps to the surface from below. Syndicated from Denver Post

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