Dry north to northeast winds will increase through the morning on Sunday. Critical fire weather conditions are expected as relative humidity values fall into the single digits.
The Cameron Peak Fire has exploded today with 60-80 mph winds, multiple structures have been lost, and the fire is moving uncontrolled South and East of the Southern edge of the fire. This is video from a DJI Mavic 2 Pro outside of the temporary flight restriction area from the city limits of Loveland, CO approximately 1 PM October 14th.
Video pans around to show the huge smoke cloud covering most of Northern Colorado today.
Hundreds of smaller communities across the country — with limited routes into and out of town — face greater danger when confronted with emergency evacuations, according to a risk assessment study by Streetlight Data.
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Howard and his wife, Merritt, are now rebuilding in a way to avoid a repeat of the disaster. They’re part of a small yet growing number of people building homes with a design and materials to resist fire. The Boosters’ new home will have a metal roof and and it won’t have an attic or soffit vents. Napa-based architect Brendan Kelly says it will be “impregnable” using pre-fabricated steel framing wrapped in noncombustible insulation from Canada-based homebuilding company BONE Structure.
View of the Glass Fire, September 30, 2020.