Western Colorado fires grow in warm weather, drought

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Western Colorado fires grow in warm weather, drought

Smoke from the Grizzly Creek Fire billows behind the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool in Glenwood Canyon on Wednesday.
Smoke billows from the Grizzly Creek Fire above No Name Canyon and on the south side of the Colorado River above Glenwood Canyon on Wednesday. The fire started 5 miles east of Glenwood Springs on Monday, when large flames in the highway’s median spread to the north of the highway.
A spotter for an air tanker flies around the plume of smoke billowing from the Grizzly Creek fire Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2020, near Glenwood Springs.
A very large airtanker flies around the plume of smoke billowing from the Grizzly Creek Fire as it blows up in No Name Canyon on Wednesday just outside of Glenwood Springs, Colo. The fire started 5 miles east of Glenwood Springs on Monday, when large flames in the highway’s median spread to the north of the highway.

Western Colorado fires grow in warm weather, drought

Smoke from the Grizzly Creek Fire billows behind the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool in Glenwood Canyon on Wednesday.
Smoke billows from the Grizzly Creek Fire above No Name Canyon and on the south side of the Colorado River above Glenwood Canyon on Wednesday. The fire started 5 miles east of Glenwood Springs on Monday, when large flames in the highway’s median spread to the north of the highway.
A spotter for an air tanker flies around the plume of smoke billowing from the Grizzly Creek fire Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2020, near Glenwood Springs.
A very large airtanker flies around the plume of smoke billowing from the Grizzly Creek Fire as it blows up in No Name Canyon on Wednesday just outside of Glenwood Springs, Colo. The fire started 5 miles east of Glenwood Springs on Monday, when large flames in the highway’s median spread to the north of the highway.
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