Currently in Denver— March 14th 2022

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The weather, currently.
Morning clouds give way to abundant afternoon sunshine
Morning clouds give way to abundant afternoon sunshine
Monday is shaping up to be a spectacular March day in Denver. Clouds from a departing weak storm system will move away from the region in the morning with skies becoming increasingly sunny during the afternoon. The air will feel a nudge cooler than it did over the weekend as high temperatures only peak in the mid-50s (as opposed to some of the 60s we saw) along with northerly breezes of 10 to 15 mph.
The next storm system moves in Wednesday— likely starting as rain in the foothills, transitioning to snow overnight. Expect more details in upcoming newsletters. Get outside and enjoy the beautiful weather Monday!
What you need to know, currently.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has led to a surge in gas prices around the world. The oil and gas industry is jumping on the opportunity to lie about the driving cause of the hike and advocate for more drilling and even fewer environmental regulations. 
This is a false narrative— the instability and greed of the fossil fuel industry are at the root of the skyrocketing prices, and more oil won’t change that. 
Mary Heglar, lays out a plea here in Hot Take, asking the Biden administration to stop playing into the fossil fuel industries narrative.
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