For the 36th time this year, an ozone alert was issued. It meant the air quality was so poor, some people needed to rethink being outside for their own safety.
DENVER — Thursday, for the 36th time this year, an ozone alert was issued. The lingering haze over Denver was visible, and the alert meant the air quality was so poor, some people needed to rethink being outside.
It also asks people to carpool, fill gas later in the day and mow their lawns later in the day as well.
This begs the question, do individual actions impact air pollution and the frequency of ozone alerts?
Assistant state climatologist Becky…
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