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Posted Thu Jun 7 2012: from E&E Publishing:
Record N.M. blaze behaving differently from last year's fires
A wildfire has burned through more than 255,000 acres in the Gila National Forest, eclipsing last summer's Las Conchas fire as the largest blaze in New Mexico history. Two years of drought and winds of up to 50 miles an hour have created perfect conditions for the fire, which began as two separate lightning-sparked blazes but merged May 23. As of this morning, the fire was "very active" and exhibiting "extreme behavior," including some flaring into treetops, the interagency Southwest Coordination Center said.
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