The High Park Fire started almost one year ago on Saturday, June 9, 2012. The 87,284 acre blaze consumed 259 homes northwest of Fort Collins before it was contained almost a month later.
Heavy rains in northern Colorado are reportedly creating small mudslides on the road that runs through the Poudre Canyon.
Wildfire forecasters say Northern Colorado’s fire season should be far less active than last year. That doesn’t mean they’re resting on their laurels though.
Larimer County officials are preparing homeowners for potential flooding that could occur this spring.
Reforestation efforts inside the High Park Fire burn zone are gearing up for the spring season.