Gusty winds seem to fan the Colorado wildfire that back the flames grow evil. The huge uncontrolled firestorms are expected to keep fanning the blaze throughout the day on the sunbaked hills of southwest Colorado, where over 2,000 residential apartments have been abandoned.

“This is not good news for them, said a meteorologist with the National Weather Service’s Weather Prediction Center in College Park, Maryland Bob Oravec.

“There’s no rain in sight and the winds are going to be 15 mph with higher gusts all day. That’s a bad combination,” – he added.

The gusty winds at a speed of 35-45 mph (56-72 km/h) help the wildfires rampage towards Durango with a much larger size than the first day.

On Monday there were no new burn area updates or the 416 Fire active in Southwest Colorado. However, as per the last update, it has shouldered 17,000 acres (6,880) hectares by late Sunday which is measured larger than Manhattan.

“It’s still a fan on the fire,” Oravec said. “It won’t be until Tuesday before the winds really die down.”

Yet the winds seemed to be dropping on Monday to about 25 mph, said Oravec it was a low key to the good news.

The report on 30 June said- “The terrain is rough and inaccessible in many areas,” However June 30 was the estimated date for the containment.

A large proportion of the Four Corners region was placed by the NWS. A red flag warning was placed in the region due to the dry weather conditions.

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