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Yellowstone 2016 Fire Season Creeping Into Autumn

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The last official weekend of summer provided cold weather—rainy and very much welcomed by many in Yellowstone during this year’s fire season.

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Fire Activity Projected To Increase in Yellowstone Later This Week

Helicopter at Fawn Fire September 3, 2016

Fires in Yellowstone National Park are expected to pick up later this week after a period of rain and cool weather.

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Roosevelt Lodge, Other Facilities Close For 2016 Summer Season

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As autumn approaches, facilities in Yellowstone National Park have started to shutter for the 2016 summer season.

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Two New Fires In Yellowstone As Cool Weather Persists

Fawn Fire September 3, 2016

Two new lightning-caused fires (Petrified and Jasper Fires) have cropped up in Yellowstone National Park, as cooler weather persists.

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Cool and Wet Conditions Predicted In Yellowstone After Critical Fire Weather

Fawn Fire September 3, 2016

Fire growth was milder than expected as cooler weather is projected for the rest of the weekend in Yellowstone National Park.

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Naturalization Ceremony Scheduled In Mammoth Hot Springs September 7, 2016

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Yellowstone National Park will host a naturalization ceremony 11 a.m. Wednesday, September 7, 2016.

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Red Flag Warning Extended To Saturday In Yellowstone

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Critical fire weather conditions will continue throughout Yellowstone National Park as the NWS extends their Red Flag Warning to Saturday.

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Road Closing Between Mammoth and Norris September 11

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The Grand Loop Road between Mammoth Hot Springs and Norris Geyser Basin will close September 11, 2016 at 10 p.m. for a construction project.

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Yellowstone Fire Growth Mild As Severe Weather Conditions Endure

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Fire growth in Yellowstone National Park was milder than expected yesterday as crews prepare for more critical fire weather this week.

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“Critical Fire Weather” Expected For Rest of Week In Yellowstone

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Yellowstone officials say fire activity will be heightened for the rest of the week, due to “critical fire weather.”

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