From Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith:
The fireplace hasn’t moved as a lot in a single day as we had feared, nonetheless the winds made the hearth extraordinarily lively all through the evening. I used to be in The Retreat and up on Storm Mountain till 3am. To get an thought of the exercise, have a look at the 2 warmth signature maps from about 24 hours aside. The primary is from close to 8 am Friday and the second was simply downloaded.
Sadly, houses have been misplaced in a single day, however thus far nowhere close to the quantity we feared. Crews have been on scene in a single day to watch and reply as circumstances dictated. I used to be very involved in regards to the potential for lengthy distance spot fires to the east in a single day, however that doesn’t seem to have occurred at the moment.
From The Glen Haven Volunteer Fireplace Division:
The one place impacted by hearth as of this morning is the far finish of the Retreat close to the Miller Fork/Copper Hill intersection. The fireplace is on Bulwark Ridge however has not made it to Bulwark Ridge Street.
The Cameron Peak Fireplace is now 173,536 acres and 57% contained, with 1330 personnel assigned. The Pink Flag Warning stays in impact till Saturday night. Wind gusts as much as 75 mph on the west facet and 60-70 mph on the east facet may happen early Saturday morning. With these circumstances, the hearth will stay dynamic all through the day.
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