BOULDER, Colo. (AP) – Boulder County’s mountain town mayors and leaders are working on emergency plans following a series of wildfires.

The plans include training professional weather watchers to warn them about dry, windy days that could put towns at risk of fires, or heavy rainstorms that could trigger flash floods.

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Officials are also considering taking an inventory of where horses and other large animals can be taken in case of an evacuation.

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The group of mayors and town leaders began meeting this spring and will meet again Tuesday, according to the Boulder Daily Camera.

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