Wind sends ash, smoke from Burro Fire to Telluride

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Wind sends ash, smoke from Burro Fire to Telluride

Burnouts contribute to 416 Fire growth
Mountains around Telluride were barely visible as ash fell from the Burro Fire. A shift in winds caused smoke to build up throughout the day in town.
A shift in winds brought cold ash and smoke from the Burro Fire to the mountains around Telluride.
This sign at the entrance to the Falls Creek Ranch subdivision Thursday is a reminder of the fire danger in the Durango area.

Wind sends ash, smoke from Burro Fire to Telluride

Mountains around Telluride were barely visible as ash fell from the Burro Fire. A shift in winds caused smoke to build up throughout the day in town.
A shift in winds brought cold ash and smoke from the Burro Fire to the mountains around Telluride.
This sign at the entrance to the Falls Creek Ranch subdivision Thursday is a reminder of the fire danger in the Durango area.

Wind sends ash, smoke from Burro Fire to Telluride

Smoke from the 416 Fire on Thursday carries to the north and east.

Wind sends ash, smoke from Burro Fire to Telluride

Gusty winds stir up ash in the burn area of the 416 Fire on Thursday west of Falls Creek Ranch subdivision.
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