Colorado’s Front Range has been hot in the past few days, and if the pattern sticks around, it could mean dry conditions leading to higher fire danger.
Wildfire experts predict an average year for fires in Colorado in 2014, welcome news after two consecutive seasons that were worse than average, Gov. John Hickenlooper said Monday.
As fire rages in Southern California, most of Colorado has experienced a cool and very wet spring. The snowpack sits at about average for the northern two-thirds of the state.