DENVER(CBS)- Our welcome cool down across the eastern plains Saturday was nice to see. But, the cool down came with a price. Added smoke from wildfires in Colorado and as far away as California.

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The GOES-16 visible satellite shows smoke plume flowing in from the Morgan Creek Fire in Route County which grew from 300 to over 2,000 acres on Saturday.

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At the same time smoke from wildfires burning in Idaho, Washington, Oregon and California is also flowing into Colorado in NW flow.

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This created hazy skies over the Front Range to start the weekend and made for a fiery red sunset on Saturday.

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Sunday and Monday will also, have hazy skies over the region mixed in with the sunshine.

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Meteorologist Dave Aguilera