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The Cameron Peak Fire is a full suppression fire which grew to 20,118 acres Sunday. No structures or facilities have been damaged.
The fire remained active on Sunday due to hot, dry, and windy conditions. The southeast area of the fire continued to have the most activity as it moved south of Peterson Lake. The fire also progressed north of the West Fork Tunnel area.
Yesterday, crews conducted successful firing operations around the West Fork Tunnel, structures in the Tunnel area, and structures in the vicinity of the Barnes Meadow Reservoir. These firing operations removed unburnt fuels between the edge of the main fire and structures, which is one of the tactics being implemented to protect structures.
Weather for today will continue to be sunny, hot, and dry. Temperatures will be in the upper 70s to lower 80s with northwest winds of 5 – 10 mph. Relative humidity will be higher at 12-18%. Chances for thunderstorms and scattered rain showers will increase throughout this week.
Today, personnel will continue to work along Pingree Park Road. Dozer line construction will continue to be established along the ridgeline from Dadd Gulch north to Highway 14; this is being done to add an additional fire line to protect structures to the east. Structure protection efforts will continue throughout the area as crews continue to assess new strategies to slow the spread of the fire.
9/28 Smoke Outlook More info at: Smoke Information If there is increased smo…
9/28 Smoke Outlook
More info at: https://wildlandfiresmoke.net/outlooks/NorthCentralColorado
If there is increased smoke from the fires, Estes Park will likely experience it first in the afternoon, and then northwest winds will push it towards the northern Front Range urban corridor in the late afternoon and evening. Boulder, Longmont, Loveland, Fort Collins and Greely could have smoke in the evening and into the nighttime. Laramie and Cheyenne will be mostly Good with periods of Moderate smoke into the evening and night.
CDPHE Air Pollution Control Division still has an action day for particulates until 4pm. There is now an Air Resource Advisor (Brett Anderson) for the Mullen Fire. We will issue a joint forecast for the time being.
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Colorado’s dial framework standardizes different levels of “openness” at the cou…
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