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Smoke from a wildfire in the west again penetrated the Frontline Mountains of Colorado on Tuesday

Smoke from the West Coast wildfires will drift back to Colorado on Tuesday, bringing moderate to unhealthy ozone levels to patients with asthma and other lung diseases along the Front Range.

Due to the smog, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment also issued air quality health advisories in the northern and western regions of the state. The announcement began on Tuesday morning and will expire at 9 AM on Wednesday.

In Front Range, active children and adults, as well as people with lung diseases (such as asthma), should reduce long or heavy outdoor activities until 10pm on Tuesday night. The concentration of fine particles is expected to be moderate on Tuesday, and visibility in Denver is expected to be very poor to very poor.

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CDPHE said it expects the concentrations of carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide to be in a good category within the frontier range on Tuesday.

Smoke from a wildfire in the west again penetrated the Frontline Mountains of Colorado on Tuesday
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