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Fire Burning West of Loveland

Storm Mountain Fire Map
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There is a  fire burning west of Loveland near Storm Mountain!  According to the Canyon Lakes Road Twitter: The Galuchie Fire in the 1700-block of Palisade Mountain Drive is now 14 acres and is was 80% contained.  Firefighters remained on scene overnight. USFS firefighters on scene today. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

The map from Google Maps gives you an idea where the fire is. It is marked by the red “A”.

According to the National Weather Service:

The fire danger will be especially high at that time due to the combination of warmer than normal temperatures…Dry fuels…Low relatively humidity and gusty winds.

 

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