Red Flag Warning
This is what counts as good news in Colorado’s wildfire season: a breezy day but at least not three straight hours of winds blowing at 25 mph or more.
Firefighters battling the wildfire near Walsenburg are still facing red flag conditions.
Douglas County is enacting a temporary ban on fireworks and open burning in unincorporated parts of the county.
The National Weather Service has issued a red flag fire warning for southwest Colorado.
Officials at the High Park Fire on Sunday night reported that there have been 57 more homes lost to the fire, bringing the total to 248.
Hot, dry temperatures combined with windy conditions add up to a Red Flag Warning that’s in effect for much of Colorado from noon Friday until Saturday evening.
Firefighters battling a wildfire burning on over 100 square miles in northern Colorado are on the lookout for spot fires that hot, windy conditions could help ignite.
Warm, windy weather is raising the fire danger in the Mountain West.
Right now parts of Colorado are under a Red Flag Warning. Dry, hot conditions and high winds could mean trouble if a grass fire sparks.
Winds continued to whip across the Front Range on Monday. A Red Flag Warning expired Monday evening after hurricane-force winds toppled trees and power lines over the weekend.