As the dry warm weather continues wildfire chances increase. And as fire crews feared another outbreak has hit north Colorado about 20 miles northwest of Fort Collins. The blaze initially broke out yesterday in the Roosevelt National Forest and crews are concerned about the 20mph winds which could cause the blaze to spread. Right now the fire is burning an estimated 280 acres and officials have placed 160 phone calls telling residents nearby to be prepared to evacuate. As they monitor the fire it currently is a quarter of a mile from the nearest homes.