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Gazette Premium Content We know that’s smoke. Now, where’s it coming from?

By Ryan Maye Handy Published: June 20, 2013
By Ryan Maye Handy Published: June 20, 2013

Step outside right now and you’re likely to get a mouthful full of campfire. Although El Paso County’s fire are almost extinguished, smoke from fires to our north and southwest are currently blanketing the Pikes Peak region. Take a look at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s...

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Step outside right now and you’re likely to get a mouthful full of campfire. Although El Paso County’s fire are almost extinguished, smoke from fires to our north and southwest are currently blanketing the Pikes Peak region.

Take a look at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s smoke map, that charts location of wildfires and the paths of their smoke. The darker the shaded circles, the more intense the smoke. The map is live, and updates everyday.

Check out the map here.

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