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Colorado wildfire update: Wet conditions halt fire growth across the state

Snowy conditions have slowed fires across Colorado, though many remain active, according to Inciweb.

Cameron Peak Fire

Location: Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forest near Cameron Pass and Chambers Lake, approximately 50 miles west of Fort Collins
Size: 208,913 Acres
Containment: 92%
Start date: August 13
Cause: Unknown, still under investigation

East Troublesome Fire

Location: Outside of Granby
Start Date: October 14
Size: 193,812 Acres
Contained: 72%

Calwood Fire

Location: Boulder County
Start Date: October 17
Size: 10,106 Acres
Containment: 85%

Cause: Unknown, still under investigation

Grizzly Creek Fire

Location: Glenwood Canyon
Size: 32,631 acres
Containment: 91%
Start date: Aug. 10
Cause: Human-caused

Middle Fork Fire

Location: 11 miles northeast of Steamboat Springs
Size: 20,517 acres
Start date: Sept. 6
Containment: 100%

Williams Fork Fire

Location: 15 miles southwest of Fraser in Grand County
Size: 14,833 acres
Containment: 100%
Start date: Aug. 14
Cause: Human-caused

Lefthand Canyon Fire

Location: Outside of Ward
Start Date: October 18
Size: 460 Acres
Contained: 100%

Ice Fire

Location: Outside of Silverton
Start Date: October 19
Size: 596 Acres

Contained: 100%

Deep Creek Fire

Location: Northwest of Green Mountain Reservoir Start date: October 7
Size: 88 Acres
Contained: 100%

Pine Gulch Fire

Location: 18 miles north of Grand Junction
Size: 139,007 acres
Containment: 100%
Start date: July 31
Cause: Lightning

Thorpe Fire

Location: 2 miles southwest of Tarryall in Park County
Size: 159 acres
Containment: 100%
Start date: Aug. 23
Cause: Unknown


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