Fort Collins, Terrence Peck, Cameron Peak discussed on Big Al and JoJo

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Are issuing both mandatory and voluntary evacuation orders for people living near that Cameron Peak fire west of Fort Collins, Sheriff Justin Smith sort of surreal time as we stand here. And everybody's watching the action. It's literally falling on the front range. This this has been over the last few days. Ah, very regular. And I was told a little bit earlier today when I was up on the fire. That the streetlights in Fort Collins come on. It just literally got like night. That fire is about 60,000 Acres. Officials has some good news concerning the largest wildfire in state history. Fire spokesman Terrence Peck has been no perimeter grow expected today. Modern and sleeping fire activity within the containment line. The Pine Gulch fire in Mason County remains at 139,000 Acres It is 87% contained after are hot and smoky conditions over the last several days, Snow may be a welcome change. We're looking at it turned blustery overnight. Going into Tuesday morning. Rain will quickly changed to snow by early Tuesday. It stays snow on and off. Through the day Tuesday with maybe a push late in the afternoon In the early evening of some more intense snow bands out there. Fox 30 One's Dave Fraser says the Denver metro area could see 2 to 5 inches on grassy areas. Colorado is looking for a new artwork for driver's licenses. If you have some ideas and have some time you.

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