In fire-ravaged Colorado, Gov
In discounted oakley and rayban sunglasses fire-ravaged Colorado, Gov. John Hickenlooper said Sunday that cool, wet weather allowed him to lift the statewide fire ban he ordered last month. The governor gave thanks to Mother Nature for "finally giving us some relief" as extreme fire conditions have abated in all of Colorado's 64 counties. Recent widespread rainfall allowed crews to gain the upper hand on several fires in Colorado, including the two most destructive in state history. The High Park Fire near Fort Collins was under control, while the Waldo Canyon Fire in discount sunglasses online outlet Colorado Springs was 98 percent contained. In Utah, cooler temperatures and rain helped firefighters make progress on the state's largest active blaze. The 108,132-acre Clay Springs Fire — burning in steep, rocky terrain in Millard and Juab counties — was 85 percent contained Sunday. Its cause remained under investigation. In Kane County, the human-caused, 8,200-acre Shingle Fire was 50 percent contained. Evacuation orders remained in effect for Stout Canyon subdivisions and portions of two subdivisions south of Highway 14. In Carbon County, the lightning-caused 48,397-acre discount sunglasses for men Seeley Fire near Huntington was 47 percent contained Sunday.