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What You Need to Know About Colorado’s Wildfire Map

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As we enter the third day of the wildfire season, the Colorado Department of Public Health has released a new wildfire map that highlights some of the key areas that will likely see some of Colorado’s most severe wildfire season.

The map, titled “Wildfire Update: Colorado,” shows a map that will show where people in the state may be at risk.

The map shows areas that have already burned in Colorado, but the map also shows areas where the fire could burn out of control.

“Colorado will likely be hit hard by the Colorado wildfires,” Colorado Department Spokesperson Scott Hebert said.

“It will be hard to put into words just how much we are dealing with.”

As the map shows, there are some areas in the northeast and southeast of the state that are expected to be hit by the wildfire.

These areas are expected, however, to be far from the areas that were burning in the first few days of the season.

Hebert added that the map does not include all of the areas where residents may be in danger.

“We have not identified all of these areas, so we are continuing to monitor the situation,” Hebert told CBS News.

“As we get closer to the season, we will update the map as conditions change.”

Fire officials say the map will help emergency responders and the public better prepare.

Hebert added, “The fire situation is extremely volatile and unpredictable.

Fire is always evolving and the wildfire situation changes with the seasons.”

The map also highlights areas that could be impacted by the wildfires.

There is no official designation for these areas.

Heberts statement also includes an interactive map that shows how the wildfire map will change based on weather conditions.

The interactive map shows a different map of the same areas on the ground that will look very different when the smoke clears.

In addition to the wildfire update, the health department has also released a map of Colorado that will be used by firefighters to assess their ability to fight the fires.

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