Mullen Fire Info For Wed. Oct 21st

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Posted: Wed. Oct 21st at 9:20am

The Mullen Fire is currently 176,863 acres in size and containment is at 73 percent.

Every day at 5pm, there will be a public meeting via Live video on the Mullen Fire Information Facebook page .

If you do not have Facebook, please e-mail 2020.Mullen@firenet.gov to request the zoom link. Turn off your video and mute your microphone if join by Zoom.

he fire remains quiet, although private landowners may see residual smoke and flames inside the fire as isolated heavy fuels smolder.

Fire personnel are monitoring the fire, mopping-up, removing equipment and repairing damage. Chipping and brushing operations continue in multiple areas of the fire.

Residents are asked to be alert for hazards near burned areas, including fire-weakened trees, smoldering or burning fuels, firefighting trucks and heavy equipment.

A National Forest area closure remains in place for much of the southern Snowy Range. The closure is being evaluated daily.

For evacuation and closure area information, please refer to the Albany County Sheriff Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Albany-County-Sheriffs-Office-618424944997540


Notices  

Landowners with private lands affected or damaged by fire suppression activities are invited to submit questions or concerns about repair efforts to 2020.Mullen@firenet.gov. Please include your name, address, phone number, inquiry, question or concern. Email subject line: Private Land Suppression Repair.

Those requesting a permit to remove property on the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests can email 2020.Mullen@firenet.gov. Please include your name, contact information, description and location of property. Email subject line: Personal Property Recovery Permits.

Fire Weather    

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Wednesday: Mostly sunny and breezy. Winds from the southwest 20-30 mph and gusts to 40. Highs 55-60.

Thursday: Cloudy and turning colder with the chance of rain or snow showers, with accumulation possible. Highs 40-45. Winds from the north 15-25 mph.

Friday: Cloudy, cold and snow flurries. Highs 35-40 mph. Winds from the north 15-25. Significant snowfall is possible.

Meetings           

You can follow them on Facebook for more info: https://www.facebook.com/MullenFire

Or Visit their Inciweb page: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7208/