The Pine Gulch fire has spread to over 133,000 acres, with anticipated winds and lightning the primary concern this afternoon.
The Pine Gulch fire, now at 129,715 acres has reached 44% containment as of last night.
The Pine Gulch fire is now just over 126,000 acres and is 19% contained.
The latest report from the Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team indicates heavy smoke activity in Mesa and Garfield counties later this afternoon and evening.
The Pine Gulch fire is now the 2nd largest in state history, while the Grizzly Creek fire is now the nation’s top priority.
Heavy smoke and haze expected throughout the day in the Grand Valley.
FRUITA, CO — Temperates are expected to reach the mid-90s throughout the valley throughout the afternoon, and the hot, dry weather is just exacerbating the smoke and haze that is draining into […]
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