The wildfire near the Seaman Reservoir in northern Colorado has now burned more than 150 acres. The Forest Service says it’s 25 percent contained. Light wind and air support helped firefighters make progress on Wednesday, according to a n update on InciWeb . The fire is burning about 12 miles northwest of Fort Collins. It’s threatening 11 structures and outbuildings, and a voluntary evacuation is in place. So far there are no road closures. It’s burning inside the 2012 Hewlett Fire burn scar. The National Weather Service in Boulder says there's a red flag warning Thursday for areas west of the fire. Winds are expected between 15 - 25 mph with 40 mph gusts and low relative humidity. The red flag warning affects portions of Jackson, Grand, Summit and...
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Firefighters Making Ground On Seaman Fire Near Fort Collins