It's 1730 local time here, and the current weather conditions are 33*, 94%RH, Barometer 30.414 and steady, winds from the East at 1MPH, gusting to 12MPH.
And it just started snowing again. We've received about .6" of rain, along with several inches of snow, now mostly melted. NWS is forecasting any where from 3" to 7" overnight, but I don't think we'll get that much, and it won't stick around for long.
The Cameron peak fire has grown to 103,000 acres (160 sqmi), and is now the largest ever recorded fire in Larimer county. It's all rugged terrain, mostly inaccessible by roads.
Here's the current burn area/evac areas. The map is from NOCOALERT, and is regularly updated.
This is a shot of the fire from Estes Park, famous for the Stanley Hotel:
The Fire Departments have said the rain and snow will slow the fire down for a few days, but won't stop it.
Channel 9 News has some very good coverage, and links.
Stay safe out there!