Jul 10, 2014 7:37 AM by Stephen Bowers
High pressure in the mid-to-upper layers of the atmosphere is centered over Colorado. Beneath the high pressure, air isn't mixing very much. Ground-level ozone is trying to build up a bit and will be highest near and north of Colorado Springs. If you are sensitive or have breathing issues, you should stay indoors this afternoon and hold off with that run until this evening.
We will warm into the 90's and 100's today.
Temperatures tomorrow will be cooler as a cold front moves through and brings back the afternoon thunderstorms. Temperatures will step back through the weekend, mainly through the 80's Then an upper level low pressure area will drop southward from Canada early next week. That will mean a huge period of cooling into early next week.