Overcast with showers at times. Low 43F. Winds WSW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 40%..
Overcast with showers at times. Low 43F. Winds WSW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 40%.
Updated: September 25, 2020 @ 6:28 pm
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Officials have reopened Bridger Canyon Road and some other roads and trails as firefighters continue mopping up the Bridger Foothills fire.
An effort to control a massive fire in the Bridger Range was estimated to have cost $1.6 million as of Thursday morning.
Growth on the Bridger Foothills fire remained stable Monday as cool weather moved into the area, bringing a mix of rain and snow to the fire throughout the afternoon.
A wildfire south of the most famous geyser in Yellowstone National Park picked up this weekend, growing to more than 5 square miles and briefly closing a road in the park.
A fire that blew up over the weekend and burned 7,100 acres in the Bridgers continued growing slowly to the north on Sunday, and fire officials said there’s a lot of unburned fuel there.
A collection of photos from the Bridger Foothills fire by Chronicle photographer Rachel Leathe.
Fire officials amended their estimate of the size of the Bridger Foothills fire on Sunday to about 7,000 acres.
The wildfire burning north of Bozeman blew up Saturday afternoon to 7,000 acres, burning buildings and forcing people from their homes.
Updated 8:35 a.m.: The Forest Service said Saturday that the fire had grown to 400 acres.
Firefighters Wednesday wrangled a grass and juniper fire that burned through fields and threatened structures north of Bozeman.