Rain, cooler weather slows Cedar Creek Fire
OAKRIDGE Ore. (KPTV) - The rain and lower temperatures continued to help the Cedar Creek Fire on Monday, but officials indicated Tuesday that the danger to firefighters remains and might change in wetter weather to the possibility of falling rocks or trees in burned areas.
FOX 12 FORECAST: Turning cooler over the next few days
Cedar Creek Fire fast facts:
Started: Aug. 1
Total personnel working fire: 2,356
Fire officials said Huckleberry Lookout and Taylor Burn Guard Station were still wrapped in fire-resistant material.
Westfir and Oakridge remain at a Level 1: Be Ready (Prepare to Evacuate).
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