posted on Jun, 26 2012 @ 11:57 PM
Originally posted by navy_vet_stg3
reply to post by Cygnis
I was at Abo's in Superior this afternoon when that thunderstorm rolled through. It rained a little bit, and we were joking around with "what's
that stuff falling?". Now, I wish that storm would have never even came. I work at Oracle, and could smell smoke at one point. When I left work
it was pretty bad around the old StorageTek campus area. Being in Longmont, you'll could hop onto the Diagonal and get us an update? Please? We
can't see anything this far north at this time.
Ahh, would have to hop on my bicycle to get down there.. I live on the very north side of Longmont. So if you wanna come down and pick me up, we can
go on down together, and get pics..
Abo's is good pizza! I like the one in Erie, it's a bit quieter..
That thunderstorm also started a small fire West of Lyons, along the road to Estes, as well as started one on Hwy 119 on the way into Boulder.
The 4th of July is gonna be bad..
Soak the lawn, soak the roof!!
As far as updates, and news.. here's a few sources.
There is the Radioreference.com feeds for the towns.. Colorado Springs has over 6,000 people listening.
RadioReference El Paso County (CO Springs fire and EMS)
IIS is official info from the individual incident commands for the major fires, Flagstaff Fire will be on there once the Federal team gets in there.
They also have additional resources for reading there, as well as maps.
Incident Information Systems
The Times Call is pretty quick on getting new info out ASAP.
Longmont Times Call
A Federal Management team is taking over command of the Flagstaff fire Wednesday..
Hope these help..