Strong winds, high fire danger

Strong winds, high fire danger

Strong winds, high fire danger

The wind will cause very limited visibility with blowing snow in the high country including along the I-70 corridor. Strong southwest winds are also expected. Tuesday's forecast includes diminished but still strong winds. Between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m., there will be powerful gusts with Red Flag Warnings in effect!

A Red Flag Warning is in place for all southeast Colorado Saturday from 10:00 6:00 p.m. due to high temperatures, which will be in the mid-70s, and low humidity.

The alert will remain in effect until lifted by the Commission, whose fire response teams will continuously monitor the situation throughout the weekend.

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The same high winds are also predicted for nearly all of south Central Nebraska on Tuesday. Highs on Monday are expected to be in the 50's. Outdoor burning is highly discouraged! Look for a high in the mid-50s and an overnight low in 20s.

Because of the high winds, the National Weather Service says that any fires that develop will likely spread rapidly and become very hard to contain and "will exhibit extreme fire behavior". Any outdoor fires that develop will likely spread rapidly, according to the Weather Service.

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