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Late-summer sun shines over Denver, as seen from the Westerly Creek dam. A recent report found Colorado ranks in the top ten states with the fastest warming summers. (John Daley/CPR News)
Late-summer sun shines over Denver, as seen from the Westerly Creek dam. A recent report found Colorado ranks in the top ten states with the fastest warming summers. (John Daley/CPR News)
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This year is on track to be the hottest year on record, and a recent report found Colorado is among the states with the fastest warming summers. Even a little extra heat is expected to have implications for human health.

John Daley from Here & Now contributor Colorado Public Radio reports.

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John Daley, health reporter at Colorado Public Radio. He tweets @CODaleyNews.

This segment aired on September 16, 2016.

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