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Old 09-02-2009, 08:13 AM   #1
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Default OT - Los Angeles firse cause 911 calls in Boulder

Anybody see this in Denver/Boulder? Health warnings in Colorado -1000 miles away - for smoke inhalation.

Denver skyline:

The sun sets behind the Denver skyline Tuesday evening in a reddish sky colored by fires from as far
west as those around Los Angeles. A health advisory warned those in northwestern and north-central
Colorado that the air is full of smoke and unhealthy for some. (Karl Gehring, The Denver Post)

Talked to a friend who works in Glendale, a large northern suburb. The fire is 2-3 miles away, but the smell is stifling and he swears he can feel the heat.
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Old 09-02-2009, 08:15 AM   #2
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Driving to work yesterday the whole city was in a haze, the usual clear Flatiron mountains were almost completely obscured. Had to close the bedroom windows. Very strange.
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It's pretty much clear today though.
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The sky looked like this in the middle of the day.
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damn, 1000 miles away and a mile up
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Yesterday the air was brutal. Just a constant haze from Smogville!
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Here in San Diego it is clear skies
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Anybody see this in Denver/Boulder? Health warnings in Colorado -1000 miles away - for smoke inhalation.

Denver skyline:

The sun sets behind the Denver skyline Tuesday evening in a reddish sky colored by fires from as far
west as those around Los Angeles. A health advisory warned those in northwestern and north-central
Colorado that the air is full of smoke and unhealthy for some. (Karl Gehring, The Denver Post)

Talked to a friend who works in Glendale, a large northern suburb. The fire is 2-3 miles away, but the smell is stifling and he swears he can feel the heat.
Huh? No you cannot feel the "heat" all the way from california. This just in...sunsets are orange. Unless you are talking about Glendale California.
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Old 09-02-2009, 09:23 AM   #9
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Huh? No you cannot feel the "heat" all the way from california. This just in...sunsets are orange. Unless you are talking about Glendale California.
Yes, California, 2-3 miles from Tujunga. Is there even a Glendale CO?
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Its pretty bad out here.

Waking up to ash all over my grass and car.
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Its pretty bad out here.

Waking up to ash all over my grass and car.
Wow, sounds like Mt. Saint Helens in 1980 ... I had a sheet of ash on my '69 Dodge Charger that week.
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Yes, California, 2-3 miles from Tujunga. Is there even a Glendale CO?
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Wow, sounds like Mt. Saint Helens in 1980 ... I had a sheet of ash on my '69 Dodge Charger that week.
My parents had ash on their vehicles in bozeman MT from that.

They put a picture from space on the news last night...looked pretty bad.
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Old 09-02-2009, 09:58 AM   #14
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Anybody see this in Denver/Boulder? Health warnings in Colorado -1000 miles away - for smoke inhalation.

Denver skyline:

The sun sets behind the Denver skyline Tuesday evening in a reddish sky colored by fires from as far
west as those around Los Angeles. A health advisory warned those in northwestern and north-central
Colorado that the air is full of smoke and unhealthy for some. (Karl Gehring, The Denver Post)

Talked to a friend who works in Glendale, a large northern suburb. The fire is 2-3 miles away, but the smell is stifling and he swears he can feel the heat.
Looks like a Bronco sunset!!
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Old 09-02-2009, 10:01 AM   #15
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Yes, California, 2-3 miles from Tujunga. Is there even a Glendale CO?
Yes. It's actually between Denver and SE Denver on Leetsdale.
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We're getting the same thing here in Utah. You guys in Denver are probably getting a combination of the California fires and some we have here in Utah, two control burns that got out of hand.
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Where I am in Long Beach you can hardly even smell the fire. Wind patterns great for me.
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Do they know what started it>?
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We flew into DIA on Monday and the smoke was so thick you couldn't see the Rockies. It is thick out here and driving our allergies nuts. CBS4 sent a text out yesterday warning the young and elderly as well as those with respiratory conditions. Can't imagine what it's like in Cali.
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My parents had ash on their vehicles in bozeman MT from that.

They put a picture from space on the news last night...looked pretty bad.
I lived in Bozeman at that time...it was like it snowed.
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We flew into DIA on Monday and the smoke was so thick you couldn't see the Rockies. It is thick out here and driving our allergies nuts. CBS4 sent a text out yesterday warning the young and elderly as well as those with respiratory conditions. Can't imagine what it's like in Cali.
I'm in long beach, I can see the smoke in the distance but its all going the other way. No ash, no smoke, clear and hot. I feel really lucky no Santa Ana winds are bringing it all my way.

So I am within 50 miles of most of that bad LA fire but can barely even smell it.
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I've seen better photoshop work from a 4 year old. If you're going to try and attempt lame humor, at least put your back into it, sheesh.
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