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Little Fire Growth In Yellowstone National Park Yesterday

Maple Fire September 10, 2016

Cool and wet weather continues to limit fire growth in Yellowstone, although crews expect activity to increase within Maple Fire’s perimeter.

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Rain Checks Fire Growth As Heavy Fuels Smolder In Maple Fire

Maple Fire September 10, 2016

Wet conditions will continue to limit fire behavior in Yellowstone National Park today, although heavy fuels will continue to smolder.

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South Entrance Reopens After Berry Fire Flare-up

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

U.S. 89 and Yellowstone’s South Entrance are once again open after being closed temporarily.

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Snow Curbs Fire Growth in Yellowstone National Park

Maple Fire September 10, 2016

Rain and snow across Yellowstone cut down on fire activity. Similar conditions will moderate fire growth today.

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Officials Lift Fire Restrictions in Yellowstone National Park

Maple Fire September 10, 2016

Effective noon Tuesday, September 13, 2016, officials will lift fire restrictions in Yellowstone National Park.

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Maple And Buffalo Fires Grow After Bout Of Favorable Fire Weather

Maple Fire September 10, 2016

Fire activity was up markedly in Yellowstone yesterday, although rain overnight checked further growth.

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Yellowstone Sends Engines, Personnel to South Entrance and Berry Fire

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

We have some updates regarding the closure of Yellowstone’s South Entrance yesterday.

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Maple Fire Grows 400 Acres, Burnout Operations Continue Along Madison River

Maple Fire September 10, 2016

Fire activity continues to ramp up as breezy, warm conditions continue in the Greater Yellowstone Area.

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Berry Fire Closes Yellowstone’s South Entrance Again

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

Yellowstone’s South Entrance has been closed once again due to activity from the Berry Fire in Grand Teton National Park.

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No Growth In Maple Fire As Crews Continue Burnout Operations

Crews at Buffalo Fire September 1, 2016

With warm, breezy weather in Yellowstone, residents and visitors should expect smoke plumes from the Maple, Buffalo, and Central Fires.

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