The biggest wildfire in Colorado’s history is overnight, with high winds pushing the fire into rural communities and predicting more “high-intensity fires” on Saturday.
Cass Carons, a spokesman for Cameron Peak’s fire brigade, said “up to 70 miles per hour of damage” has created “significant” fire activity, especially in the southeast.
Officials said they are facing the same fire situation as they did yesterday.
They are looking forward to 60 miles per hour at noon.
Boulder County fire officials warned of a new fire that forced Jamista to leave Saturday afternoon.