Federal agency predicts significant fire risk for Southwest Colorado

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Federal agency predicts significant fire risk for Southwest Colorado

Drought, low soil moisture and below-average snowpack raise concern
Wildfire risk for Southwest Colorado is predicted to be above normal starting this month, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.
The Burro Fire broke out in the upper Bear Creek drainage, north of Dolores, in 2018. An active fire season is predicted for 2021 in Southwest Colorado because of the continuing drought.

Federal agency predicts significant fire risk for Southwest Colorado

Wildfire risk for Southwest Colorado is predicted to be above normal starting this month, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.
The Burro Fire broke out in the upper Bear Creek drainage, north of Dolores, in 2018. An active fire season is predicted for 2021 in Southwest Colorado because of the continuing drought.
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