Colorado’s biggest fire ever brings a new round of evacuations

The fire in Colorado from central Australia erupted again on Saturday amid hot, dry weather and strong winds, encouraging new forced evacuations, officials said.

U.S. According to the Forest Service, the largest forest fire in the state’s history, the Cameron Peak Fire, consumed 57 percent of the content on 187,537 acres. A fiery wind blew west of Fort Collins as the glacier blew in front of the cold front.

A multi-agency spokesman for the incident, Case Cairns, said the fire was burning so deep in the fall that it snowed more than once, which temporarily halted progress but ultimately had a long-lasting effect, said Cairns, a multi-agency spokesman. Said.

“It dries really fast,” he said.

The new evacuation was announced by the city on Saturday Loveland. The migration map seems to cover more than 100 square miles. Jared Kramer, a spokesman for Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Fees, said Saturday that evacuation notices have been sent to 3,000 recipients in the last 24 hours.

Saturday’s report from the National Intelligence Coordination Center said “many communities are being threatened.”

Cairns said the cause of the fire, which did not start since Aug.13.d. This week’s wind event was the fourth from the center of the event gust, everyone happened before the cold front, which was a bit of a relief.

Experts say the fires recorded this year in the west are related to climate change.

Carons said the fire season in Colorado usually ends in September. Ski resorts open more often in October, but some Cameroon will fight peak fire this year.

A spokesman for the Loveland ski area did not immediately respond to a request for information. The resort said in a press release on Monday that it had received about 6 inches of snow on Oct. 11 and was producing manmade powder. It opened on October 25 last year, but no opening date has been set for 2020 yet.

The National Weather Service forecasts temperatures near 70 Saturday for Loveland. The agency warned of “dangerous weather” caused by winds of up to 50 miles per hour. Rain and snow became possible on Sunday night before warm temperatures returned.

Wind winds retained the water and the plane landed on Saturday, taking off from Saturday, she said.

The Cameron Peak Fire comes during a devastating year for wildlife in the West, including the August Gust Complex Fire in California, the state’s largest ever.

The National Intelligence Coordination Center said Saturday that 29 large, “uncontrollable” wildfires are burning in the United States. In addition to local, state, and federal firefighters, U.S. Marines and Mexican crews have also been dispatched to control some, it said.