Tuesday is the 29th Ozone Action Day this season in the metro area which is far behind last year.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and the Regional Air Quality Council declare an Ozone Action Day when sunny and hot weather is expected to allow ozone concentrations to reach levels that are unhealthy for at least sensitive groups such as young children, older adults, and anyone with asthma or another respiratory problem. These groups in particular should avoid rigorous outdoor activity during the heat of the day and everyone is encouraged to exercise indoors during the afternoon.
The forecast for Tuesday calls for nothing but sunshine and high…
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