Smoke from hundreds of wildfires burning across western Canada has largely dissipated over Colorado.
Smoke drifting south from wildfires burning in Canada has spread into Colorado, prompting a health warning for the eastern half of the state.
A prescribed burn that’s taking place in the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge is putting up a significant amount of smoke.
Smoke from wildfires in New Mexico and Arizona is drifting into Colorado.
State health officials have issued an air quality advisory about the smoke from out-of-state wildfires that is creeping into Colorado.
Smoke from a massive wildfire in northern Colorado is blowing into southeast Wyoming and smudging the skies above Cheyenne.
Smoke from the High Park Fire in Larimer County invaded much of the Denver metro area overnight and on Tuesday morning many Denverites woke to the smell of smoke.