The fire began Tuesday about 2 miles west of Silverthorne, a town with about 4,700 residents about 65 miles west of Denver.
Adam Bianchi, the public information officer for White River, said they're seeing "a lot of spotting ahead of the fire" as it heads to areas with heavy fuels.
Evacuated residents of Rockwood, Tamarron and Glacier Club subdivisions are also being allowed to return home starting at 2 p.m. today.
On Wednesday, 764 homes were reopened for residents while 163 were placed under pre-evacuation orders, according to the La Plata County government.
Residents needed to present ID to get back into their neighborhoods.
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The 416 Fire grew to 29,147 acres as of this morning. The investigation was ongoing. "No homes have been lost to the fire".
After 13 days of wondering when good news for evacuees would come from the 416 Fire that started June 1, it came Wednesday. Over 32,000 acres have burned, the bulk of it in San Juan National Forest.
"They are waiting to see how the weather progresses to determine if this is the day and the time to do those back-burns", Knight said.
The biggest is the Tank Fire burning in an area about a mile north of Clints Well.
In southwest Colorado, officials told residents of almost 350 homes to be prepared to leave if dry thunderstorms, high heat and gusty winds spread a wildfire that has blackened more than 50 square miles (130 square kilometers) and is seen as extremely unsafe for firefighters. A pre-evacuation notice is in effect for the community of Foxborough.
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Gusting winds and stubborn hot, dry weather in southwestern Colorado helped stoke a largely uncontrolled wildfire that grew by almost a third to more than 22,000 acres (8,900 hectares) on Monday, with more than 2,000 homes under evacuation order. The cause of the fire is not known. It has burned 100 acres in the Arapahoe and Roosevelt National Forests, officials said.
Voos said Highway 230 remains open, however visibility could be obscured at times due to smoke.
The more than 800 firefighters working that blaze have employed every measure in the book to keep homes along the perimeter out of harm's way, including burning grasses and bushes ahead of the fire, bulldozing and shoveling fire breaks, dropping retardant from a small fleet of aircraft and installing sprinkling systems.
The closure order will prohibit entry into the San Juan National Forest, including entry by the general public, most administrative entry by Forest Service employees, and most uses authorized under Forest Service permits and contracts.
Roads in the area of the evacuation zone have been shut down.
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