416 Fire grows by more than 4,000 acres

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416 Fire grows by more than 4,000 acres

Weather conditions continue to be problematic; smoke expected to worsen
Bill and Sue Ryter of Mancos stop on Rim Drive to photograph the pyrocumulus cloud forming over the 416 Fire on Friday afternoon northwest of Durango.
A pyrocumulus cloud forms over the 416 Fire on Friday afternoon north and west of Durango.
Tourists traveling through the Durango area take pictures of the smoke-filled sky in the Animas Valley on Friday after the 416 Fire grew by more than 4,000 acres on Thursday.
James Ranch cattle seen through smoke-filled air Friday in the Animas Valley. The 416 Fire grew by more than 4,000 acres on Thursday, leading to deteriorated air quality.
Micele and Bob Mals pedal past the Haviland Lake turnoff Friday on U.S. Highway 550 north of Durango. Smoke from the 416 Fire, which grew by 4,000 acres Thursday, obscured much of the sky in the background.
With smoke from the 416 Fire in the air, Nigel Pelt wears a mask on Friday morning while working at the Glacier Club.
Thick smoke from the 416 Fire, which grew by more than 4,000 acres, filled the Animas Valley on Friday.
Jacob Holland stops Friday at the Hermosa Conoco to check out the smoke-filled sky from the 416 Fire, which grew by more than a 4,000 acres.
Purgatory Resort, which is north of the 416 Fire burn area, had blue skies Friday morning.

416 Fire grows by more than 4,000 acres

Bill and Sue Ryter of Mancos stop on Rim Drive to photograph the pyrocumulus cloud forming over the 416 Fire on Friday afternoon northwest of Durango.
A pyrocumulus cloud forms over the 416 Fire on Friday afternoon north and west of Durango.
Tourists traveling through the Durango area take pictures of the smoke-filled sky in the Animas Valley on Friday after the 416 Fire grew by more than 4,000 acres on Thursday.
James Ranch cattle seen through smoke-filled air Friday in the Animas Valley. The 416 Fire grew by more than 4,000 acres on Thursday, leading to deteriorated air quality.
Micele and Bob Mals pedal past the Haviland Lake turnoff Friday on U.S. Highway 550 north of Durango. Smoke from the 416 Fire, which grew by 4,000 acres Thursday, obscured much of the sky in the background.
With smoke from the 416 Fire in the air, Nigel Pelt wears a mask on Friday morning while working at the Glacier Club.
Thick smoke from the 416 Fire, which grew by more than 4,000 acres, filled the Animas Valley on Friday.
Jacob Holland stops Friday at the Hermosa Conoco to check out the smoke-filled sky from the 416 Fire, which grew by more than a 4,000 acres.
Purgatory Resort, which is north of the 416 Fire burn area, had blue skies Friday morning.
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