Hundreds of homes and more than 80,000 acres of land have been destroyed in the High Park Fire near Fort Collins, CO. And while local radio station K99 reports the blaze is about 45 percent contained, the high temperatures and low humidity predicted on Monday are causing concern.
The Saddle Complex forest fire is at 25,946 acres this morning (Sept 1) in Idaho and Montana. On the Montana firelines, there was little change and firefighters built fireline toward the old Blue Nose Lookout
It's called the 41 Complex and it started in a slow-moving lightning storm Sunday night. Tuesday morning, it was about 100 acres. It's bigger now. We'll update you on the size when it becomes available
The Saddle Complex Fire, south of Painted Rocks Reservoir, is now 22,097 acres. Of that, about 11,344 acres have burned on the Bitterroot National Forest. The fire started in wilderness on the Salmon-Challis National Forest in Idaho
The lightning-caused Lutz Fire is burning within current parameters, according to Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest officials.
The forest fire, south of Skalkaho Pass in the Emerine Ridge area, is about 320 acres with occasional torching
The Ravalli County Sheriff's Office has been notifying about 50 residences in the West Fork drainage that they are under Stage 1 Evacuation orders because of the 21,000 acre Saddle Fire.
Stage 1 is a warning to homeowners to prepare to leave as quickly as possible should an evacuation be necessary
The jump in size Monday night on the Saddle Complex of forest fires was not repeated Tuesday. The growth was small in comparison, but the blaze is still growing. As of Tuesday morning, the estimated size is 18,275 acres
The Saddle complex forest fire, comprised of the Saddle and Stud Fires, grew from 700 acres to over 18,000 acres with a strong wind Monday afternoon and evening.
The two fires started by lightning a week ago - the Saddle Fire in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness and the smaller Stud Fire in the Salmon-Challis National Forest
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