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Timelapse shows thick clouds of smoke when New Mexico recorded the largest fire in state history


Thick smoke was rising in northern New Mexico when the state’s largest wildfire was recorded, local media reported on Monday, May 16th. This shot, taken by Jennifer Kovelka, shows a time-lapse shot of smoke near her home in Arroyo-Sec, Taos County, on Sunday. The National Weather Service predicts that red flag warnings will be in effect in the area until Monday night due to the threat of “dry lightning and sudden and erratic wind changes” caused by upcoming thunderstorms. The Cal Canyon / Peak Hermits fire burned 298,060 acres (465.7 square miles) on Monday and was eliminated by 27 percent, according to local fire reports. Credit: Jennifer Kovelka through Storyful


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