Jaroso Fire 1 (fire natural+disasters clouds Summer mountains ). Photo by gilg72
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Jaroso Fire 1

Uploaded by: gilg72

Tuesday June 25, 2013

Taos, NM (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: 30-40 miles south of Taos. It is zero percent contained yet after about 2 weeks. It is on Wilderness area, with no roads and few trails. Too dangerous to fight on the ground. Most times too windy to fight from the air. Nothing built in the area, so no structures there, and narrow & very steep canyons. Too dangerous for aircraft to fly in there. Had not seen this much smoke for about 10 days til yesterday & today.


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4. gilg72
1:50 AM GMT on July 02, 2013
Thank you very much Heidrun for all your great comments. Sure have had our share of smoke this season, but not as much or as thick as other years.
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3. trailhiker44
6:29 PM GMT on July 01, 2013
The billowing smoke cloud looks awesome the way it creeps up behin the mountain!
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2. gilg72
3:31 AM GMT on June 26, 2013
Thank you much for your comment. If I remember right, last night on the news I heard of a fire in the Timberon area, and Just thinking I believe that is in that same area as Cloudcroft. Not familiar with the area.
I just posted some photos of Smoke in our area from that Del Norte Hube fire Complex. North of Pagosa Springs, and I think only about 100 air miles from us.
Stay safe and I hope clear of the smoke.
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1. Crucescruiser
3:17 AM GMT on June 26, 2013
Here in Las Cruces, we've had spectular sunsets because of the smoky air.
Tonight, there's smoke to the east, might be a fire in Cloudcroft.
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