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Big fire Cerro El Alto

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40 minutes ago, Kyle said:

Where is Cerro El Alro?

Above the south side of the lake, east of Mount Garcia. 

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That fire is still smoking. You can not see the base of the smoke where there are probably fires.  As the OP said it is on the southside of Cerro El Alto so you could not see any flames when it was dark last night.

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Hard to see but it is still smoking. 

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1 hour ago, cedros said:

Hard to see but it is still smoking. 

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8 minutes ago, AngusMactavish said:

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I see it from the north west. A much different angle and view. I just looked with binoculars and it is still smoking. It is behind that mountain on the left.

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Yes at 8pm I can see smoke drifting over the ridge. Still haven't seen any flames. Also earlier I saw some smoke in the saddle between El Alto and Garcia.

It was raining for a short time on the other side. Might have had some effect

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38 minutes ago, Mostlylost said:

Yes at 8pm I can see smoke drifting over the ridge. Still haven't seen any flames. Also earlier I saw some smoke in the saddle between El Alto and Garcia.

It was raining for a short time on the other side. Might have had some effect

Yes, I was using binoculars because I could not see much smoke but since the there is enough smoke to see it with the naked eye. Just hope it rains quite a bit before lightening comes. I haven't seen flames either. But where there is smoke there is ........

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6pm Tuesday.  To me it now looks like the fire has reached the summit and is starting down the north side.

If it continues we might see the night show like we saw on Garcia about 7 or 8 years ago

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Today is Tues.. I know retirement makes it hard to keep track

 

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6 minutes ago, Kyle said:

Today is Tues.. I know retirement makes it hard to keep track

 

Edited   Thanks.. at least I got the 6pm right  I think....

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24 minutes ago, Mostlylost said:

6pm Tuesday.  To me it now looks like the fire has reached the summit and is starting down the north side.

If it continues we might see the night show like we saw on Garcia about 7 or 8 years ago

Yes, I agree. We may see flames once it gets dark.

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