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Tim Stoecklein Apr 17
Smoke plume from the fire near Weskan, KS very visible on radar now
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Jayson Prentice Apr 17
Latest view (~8:30p CT 17 Apr 2018) from GOES-E of wildfires over northwest Oklahoma () and Colorado/Kansas border (Baca County, CO) as they continue to spread in extreme fire weather conditions.
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Donnivision Apr 19
The smoke from all the is so thick it's begun to come into the house. The smell of smoke doesn't let one sleep.
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KAKE Jay Prater, CBM Apr 18
Compare 3:15PM CDT to 6:15PM imagery: You can clearly see the progress controlling/extinguishing the wildfire in Southern Kearny County, Kansas
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MsJensen Apr 18
This land is your land, this land is my land... This tragedy happening right now in Oklahoma, Colorado & Kansas. Please help as you can. More than 400,000 acres have been scorched so far.
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KAKE Jay Prater, CBM Apr 18
Another fire detected in Butler County, KS north of Leon.
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MsJensen Apr 18
Just because the mainstream media does not report this tragedy happening in our nation doesn't mean it's not happening right now. Please help as you can. More than 400,000 acres have been scorched so far.
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Karl Mann Apr 18
: Air unit deployed near Grant/Kearny County line and disappears into the heavy smoke. 🔥
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Chip Redmond Apr 18
Another wildfire on radar/satellite north of Leon
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KAKE Jay Prater, CBM Apr 18
A large wildfire as seen on the new GOES-16 "Band-7 with Fire Enhancement" color table, south of US-400 and west of K-25 in Kearny County, KS. The wind should push the fire south-southeastward.
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Karl Mann Apr 18
Smoke filling the sky as we travel from Grant County north towards Kearny County/
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Karl Mann Apr 18
Traveling w/ and we are following the Grant County Fire Department as we track wildfires in western Kansas 🔥
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Karl Mann Apr 18
Fire crews in Stanton County are surveying “hot spot” areas right now. Map below shows the main area they are working on at this time.
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Chip Redmond Apr 17
New fire start south of Hutchinson
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Chip Redmond Apr 17
Prominent smoke column on radar with the Sylvia fire as well
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Chip Redmond Apr 17
Three fire starts in central Kansas with the cold front. Hottest is burning just east of Sylvia
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Chip Redmond Apr 17
Measured wind gusts to 69mph at several stations in western Kansas. Significant dust storm and several large fires as a result Data:
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Caleb Wilson Apr 17
A smoke-filled dust storm rapidly approaching Plains.
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Chip Redmond Apr 17
Well, looks like fire near Lycan, CO has burned into Kansas with frontal passage.
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Kansas Mesonet Apr 17
Cold front continuing to progress across western Kansas at a rapid rate. Gusts to 58mph have been measured at 6' (est. ~70mph at 30') out of the northwest behind front
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