Fire danger on the rise in Colorado
Ryan Summerlin June 14, 2013
With warm temperatures and windy conditions across northwest Colorado, vegetation is drying out rapidly and fire danger is on the upswing. Grand County’s fire danger is high. Caution with any outdoor fire use is necessary as fire ignition in fine vegetative fuels such as grass and shrubs will spread quickly. Always check weather reports for current weather conditions before you strike a match to start an outdoor fire. Do not burn or use spark inducing equipment on windy days.