Pyrocumulus from Rocky Mountain National Park fire (fire ). Photo by JeffMasters

Pyrocumulus from Rocky Mountain National Park fire

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Tuesday June 11, 2013

Granby, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: The Big Meadows fire was caused by lightning in Rocky Mountain National Park. The heat from the fire made some respectable pyrocumulus clouds as I watched from Snow Mountain, above the YMCA camp where the Chapman Conference on Climate Change was occurring.

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Senior Meteorologist at The Weather Underground.

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