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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Julie Berney
Authorities ordered more evacuations as fire crews struggled against powerful winds fueling a wildfire that has charred more than 87 square miles of forested mountains in northern Colorado.
Crews in northern Colorado are facing powerful winds as they battle a blaze that has scorched about 86 square miles of mountainous forest land and destroyed at least 181 homes, the most in state history.
"The problem is that when you have a fire like this, even if it rains it evaporates before it hits the ground," Berney said.
"The problem is that when you have a fire like this, even if it rains, it evaporates before it hits the ground," she said.