Waldo Canyon Fire: Meteorologist reflect on the impact

The Waldo Canyon Fire burned for days before a dramatic shift in weather conditions cause the fire to quite literally explode from 6,000 acres to more than 15,000 acres in one day. Strong winds, dry air, and a record high temperature of 101 degrees made for a deadly outcome. Then on Tuesday, June 26, 2012, the winds shifted, the smoke column collapsed and fire poured over the mountainside into the Mountain Shadows neighborhood. Alex O'Brien spoke to those monitoring the weather conditions that day and how they remember Waldo, 10 years later.