DENVER (CBS4) – The eastern half of Colorado got a much needed break from afternoon thunderstorms on Sunday as a plume of monsoon moisture shifted west of the Continental Divide. But thick wildfire smoke moved in from the north and triggered widespread issues with the air quality. Smoky skies are expected to last through at least Monday along the Front Range and on the eastern plains.
Meanwhile western Colorado remains under a Flash Flood Watch through Sunday evening. Those watches will creep across the Continental Divide and into the Front Range on Monday as the monsoon plume slowly shifts back to the east.
The plume will really park…
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