(DCWatchdog.com) – BREAKING NOW: Entire towns along the Front Range of Colorado are being evacuated as 100 miles per hour winds – with even higher gusts – are driving multiple fires into business and residential areas at speeds too fast for firefighters to combat.
In numerous locations, firefighters are being withdrawn so that the fires do not overrun them and their equipment.
The majority of the fires are currently burning in Boulder County, Colorado.
Entire shopping malls and business districts are being evacuated – see video below.
The entire town of Superior, Colorado, is being evacuated.
The entire town of Louisville, Colorado, is being evacuated.
Smoke can be seen from as far away as Denver and beyond to the south and Fort Collins and beyond to the north.
This is a breaking news report, and it will be updated as conditions warrant…
Send any first-person accounts of the fires to [email protected].
Last video. I’m moving!!! pic.twitter.com/GsesauMpGf
— Eric English (@EricEnglish777) December 30, 2021
Stay away from Boulder. VERY windy. Multiple fires @CReppWx pic.twitter.com/2CD642IFTs
— Amy Parulis (@AmyParulis) December 30, 2021
A very dangerous brushfire is burning near Boulder, Colorado. And *no*, this isn’t normal for late December…
We’ve observed near-record warmth and a lack of precipitation for months along the Front Range. Please stay safe! https://t.co/hNLRr7kviy
— Zack Labe (@ZLabe) December 30, 2021