– ALASKA –
AK FOREST SERVICE- Military Zone
Blair Fire: 39 miles southeast of Fairbanks. Start 6/20/15 at noon by lightning. 11 personnel. 41,290 acres
SW FORESTRY AREA
ANIAK COMPLEX: White Fish Lake 1, N Aniak Fire: 155,072 acres. 19% contained. 191 personnel.
ALASKA FIRE SERVICE – TANANA ZONE
COMPLEX: All 5 fires: Lloyd Fire, Rock Fire, The Spicer Creek Fire, Deep Creek and Tozitna Fire [Tozitna merged into Spicer Creek Fire] were ignited by lightning on or around on 6/19/15 around 1315 Hours. They are located 7 miles NE of Tanana. 489,289 acres burned. 4% contained. The Spicer Creek Fire: 178,395 acres. Absorbed Tozitna Fire. Lloyd Fire: 65,566 acres. In mop-up stages. Rock Fire: 84,629 acres. Active fire behavior. Deep Creek Fire: 11,259 acres. Minimal fire behavior.
FAIRBANKS AREA FORESTRY
Aggie Creek Fire: 30 miles NW of Fairbanks. Start 6/22/15 00:00 by Lightning. Div of Forestry [Blankenship]. 164 personnel. 55% contained. 31,705 acres. Fire behavior limited to smoldering and isolated torching in the interior.
REX COMPLEX FIRES: Includes 3 fires originally June Fire, the Kobe Fire and Fish Creek Fire, we were all started by lightning on 6/20/15. June Fire: 15 miles Southwest of Anderson. It is currently in monitor status. Kobe Fire: West of the Parks Highway near MP 275. 8,642 acres. Fish Creek Fire: East of the Parks Highway near MP 290. 7,464 acres.
DENALI NATIONAL PARK & PRESERVE
All Lightning caused. 6 “New” Fires for 108 acres. 24 Staffed. 289 Active Burning Fires. As of 7/19/15: 4,768,762 acres burned. Iron Fire: 4,148 acres. McLeod Fire: 452 acres. Foraker River Fire: 1043 Acres. Bear Creek Fire: 5,774 acres. Bear Paw Fire: 41 acres. Carlson Lake Fire: 40,257 acres. Castle Rock Fire: 323 acres. Chilchukabena Fire: 361 acres. Diamond Fire: 15 acres. Herron Fire: 903 acres. Moose Creek Fire: 2,865 acres. Munsalti 2 Fire: 91,442 acres
DELTA AREA FORESTRY
Healy Lake Fire: 28 miles SE of Delta Junction. Start 6/16/15 by Lightning. Managed by AK DOF [Farnsworth]. 39 personnel. 15% contained. 11,473 acres.
TOK AREA FORESTRY
Long Lake Fire: Directly South of Northway. Start 6/20/15 around 1600 hours by Lightning. Being managed by IMT 4 under ICT3 [Hutchinson]. 76 personnel. 60% contained. 29,100 acres.
Tetlin Hills Fire: 8 miles SEof Tok. Start 6/20/15 by lightning. Transitioned to Type 4 IMT 7/23/15. 71 personnel. 95% contained. 1,878 acres.
– ARIZONA –
KAIBAB NATIONAL FOREST
Springs Fire: East of Davenport Knoll, about 2 miles south of Summit Mountain and East of County Road. Start 7/2/15 around midnight. Lightning caused. 410 acres
– CALIFORNIA –
CAL FIRE INCIDENTS
3-12 Fire: On Splawn Mountain, northeast of Bieber in Modoc County. Start 7/23/15 at 1640 PDT. 116 acres. 90% contained.
Park Fire: Off of Lake Morena Drive near Lake Morena Park, north of Campo in San Diego County. Started 7/24/15 at 1243 PDT. 25 acres. 45% contained.
Queen Fire: Off Hwy 169 & McKinnon Hill Rd, 5 miles southeast of Pecwan in Humboldt County. Started 7/25/15 1404 PDT. 200 acres.
Triple Fire: Globe Dr and Mountain Rd, Springville in Tulare County. Start 7/21/15 at 1235 PDT. 430 acres. 95% contained.
TUU Lightning Complex: 1 mile South of Springville. 446 acres. 75% contained.
Wragg Fire: off of Hwy 128 near Greaves Rd, Lake Berryessa in Nappa/Solano Counties. Start 7/22/15 at 1424 PDT . 1825 personnel from CAL FIRE, Napa County Fire, Winters FPD, Vacaville FPD, Vacaville City Fire, Napa County Sheriff, Solano County Sheriff, Yolo County Sheriff, CHP, Red Cross, Napa County Roads, BLM, Bureau of Reclamation, North Bay Incident Management Team and CAL FIRE Incident Management Team 6. Cause: Initially car accident but under investigation. 1 tent trailer, 1 outbuilding have been damaged. 1 structure damaged. 140 currently threatened. Resources: 157 Engines, 45 Fire Crews, 13 helicopters, 28 Dozers, 19 Water Tenders, 6 IMT personnel.
ALERT!: COMMUNITY MEETING [Wragg Fire]: Saturday, July 25, 2015, 1800 Hours PDT at the Winters FD located at 700 Main Street, Winters, CA 95694. with CAL FIRE Sonoma Lake Napa Unit, Incident Management Team 6 and the Winters Fire Department. They will be hosting a town hall community meeting open to residents affected by the Wragg Fire. Information presented at this meeting will include a discussion regarding the current fire situation, an overview of what happened during this fire, and the objectives of the fire managers. After a brief presentation there will be time for questions and answers with the fire officials.
EL DORADO NATIONAL FOREST
Kyburz Fire: Start 7/23/15 around 1358 PDT. South Fork of the American River canyon, west of the community of Kyburz. The fire is east of Whitehall on both sides of the American River. Resources: 55 Engines, 13 Crews, 18 Water Tenders, 3 Helicopters, 667 total Personnel. 200 acres. 30% contained.
– MONTANA –
Dean S Fire: 6 miles of Miles City – BLM. 866 acres. 40% contained.
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK
Reynolds Creek Fire : 6 miles east of Logan Pass, along the western side of Saint Mary Lake. Reported: 7/21/15 1545 PDT. Type 1 IMT took Command on 7/23 at 1000 Hours. 3,166 acres. 10% contained.
HELENA NATIONAL FOREST
Cabin Gulch Fire: Approximately 14 miles east of Townsend, MT burning in the Deep Creek Drainage, north of Highway 12 [T7N, R4E, SW corner of Section 28 through SE corner of Section 24]. Start 7/21/15 around 1130 Hours. John Thompson is IC. Cause is unknown and under investigation. . 1,616 acres.
– OREGON –
WALLOWA – WHITMAN NATIONAL FOREST
Rye Fire: 13 miles Northwest of Flora, OR (about 1 1/2 miles South of the Oregon/Washington border] in Joseph Canyon. Start 7/23/15 1800 PDT. Lightning caused. OR Type 3 IMT. 125 personnel. 763 acres. 30% contained.
– WASHINGTON –
COLVILLE NATIONAL FOREST
Kettle N Complex: Kettle Falls. Start 7/20/15 around 1400 PDT due to lightning. New Mexico IMT3 [Corral]. Consists of 6 fires. 170 total acres. Observations: Most visible to communities along Highway 395 from Barstow to Orient. No current threat for this areas.
North Boulder 2 Fire: 27 miles NW of Colville. Start 7/20/15, 1400 Hours. Lightning caused. 158 acres.WAIMT2 [Rabe] assumed Command 7/25/15 at 0600 Hours..147 personnel. Expecting lightning this weekend.
OKANOGAN – WENATCHEE NATIONAL FOREST
Blankenship Fire: South Fork Agnes drainage on Pacific Crest Trail. Managed by Chelan Ranger District – USFS. Started 7/14/15 around midnight. 70 acres.
WASHINGTON STATE – SOUTHWEST
Blue Creek Fire: 8 miles E of Walla Walla. Start 7/20/15, 1230 PDT. Human caused, under investigation. 6,225 acres. WAIMT1 [Ciraulo]. 1,000 personnel.
ALERT!: Community Meeting Tonight [Blue Creek Fire]: July 25, 2015 – Saturday. 1900 PDT. Walla Walla Community College – Performing Arts Theater. Agenda: Discuss Blue Creek Fire, answer questions, feedback.
[c] 2015 The NW Fire Blog – Published 1400 PDT 7/25/15