It's a wildfire smoke, ozone double whammy. Which is worse?

Smoke from several wildfires has been hazing up the Front Range, along with the usual summer ozone. ACOM Scientist Gabriele Pfister studies air quality for the National Center for Atmospheric Research and says both the smoke particles and the ozone have short term and long-term health impacts, mainly to the respiratory system.

Read more at 9News Weather Colorado... (August 13, 2020)

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Sunset from Lafayette, Colorado, on August 14, 2020. Photo by Carl Drews.

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