High wind warning after several wildfires put out

BOULDER — The National Weather Service has issued a high wind warning after several wildfires broke out on Monday.

The weather service said Tuesday winds could gust to 50 miles an hour in the mountains and Front Range, with warm temperatures and low humidity. The weather service says the fire danger will be high in those areas.

On Monday, a small grass fire northwest of Boulder was contained to half an acre. Another small grassland fire was contained in Douglas County after residents were notified to be ready to evacuate, but no evacuations were ordered.



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