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East Troublesome Fire

Updated 2020-11-25
  • Smoke Plume From East Troublesome Fire

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    A smoke plume from the East Troublesome Fire in Grand County, as seen from Loveland on October 20, 2020. The next day, the northern Front Range was shrouded in smoke as the fire went on a 100,000-acre run toward Estes Park.
    Smoke Plume From East Troublesome Fire
  • East Troublesome Fire Smoke Plumes

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    The East Troublesome Fire ignited east of Troublesome Creek in Grand County on October 14, 2020. One week later, high winds whipped the blaze across more than 100,000 acres in one day, the largest single-day run by a wildfire in state history.
    East Troublesome Fire Smoke Plumes
  • East Troublesome Fire Map, October 23, 2020

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    Map showing the extent of the East Troublesome Fire on October 23, 2020. The map shows the huge eastward run the fire made on October 21-22, making it one of the top-five largest fires in state history. It also shows the spot fire across the Continental Divide that prompted evacuations from Estes Park on October 22.
    East Troublesome Fire Map, October 23, 2020
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