DENVER -- The powerful winds that have spurred several fires and knocked down power poles will continue to cause problems and create very high fire danger again around Colorado Tuesday.
The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for most of the Front Range and eastern Colorado. Low relative humidity and gusty winds will return again, especially across Weld, Morgan, Logan, northern Washington, Sedgwick and Phillips Counties.
Wind gusts of 60 to 70 mph can be expected in parts of eastern Colorado through mid-afternoon.
Strong winds blew over a semi-tractor trailer on Interstate 25 near the Wyoming border, the Colorado State patrol tweeted. No injuries were reported. That same stretch of highway was later closed because of high winds.