Winds worsen conditions for fire dangers

ABC News senior meteorologist Rob Marciano tracks the latest weather as the wildfires in California continue.
1:01 | 09/07/20

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Thank you so much. Strong gusty winds are making the fire danger even worse this morning. So let's go right to rob Marciano who is tracking that and more. Hey, rob, good morning. Hi, janai. We have big heat. Now we'll have big winds and a big fire in Colorado. Want to hit that real quick near ft. Collins. 5% contained. Smoke getting into Denver which had a record high yesterday of or over the weekend of 101 degrees. They'll drop into the 30s with snow but look at Burbank, 114. L.A. County settingen all-time record high of 124 in woodland Hills. Across parts of California and this front slides down that will crank the winds west of the Sierras and cascades and bring in cold air where it's really hot in Denver with winter storm advisories and warnings up there and excessive heat warnings continue across parts of the west that will make extremely critical fire danger for the west and then maybe several inches of snow for Denver come tomorrow. The west can't catch a break. We'll stay on top of it, thank The coronavirus emergency.

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