National Interagency Fire Center

 

National Preparedness Level 1

as of September 30, 2016 at 5:30 am MDT (on a scale from 1 to 5)

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January 13, 2017

Four new large fires were reported in the Southern Area and firefighters were able to contain all of them.

Weather: The wet and snowy pattern ends by Saturday for California and Nevada as the low pressure system responsible for the recent activity moves southeast into Northern Mexico and bringing needed moisture to the Southwest and Southern Plains for the weekend. Warm and dry conditions will continue across the Southeast through Monday while overall cold and dry conditions are expected across the Northern third of the nation. Remnants of the low pressure area will move northeast into the Great Lakes region and New England by Tuesday and Wednesday bringing another mixed bag of precipitation. More significant mountain snowfall is possible along the Coastal ranges from the Sierras in California up through the Cascades Wednesday and Thursday as another very moist system moves on shore from the Northwest. Snow levels should be low.

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Daily statistics 1/13/17
Number of new large fires 4 States currently reporting large fires:
Number of active large fires
Total number includes full suppression and resource managed fires.
Total does not include individual fires within complexes.
0

None

Acres from active fires 0
Fires contained 7
Year-to-date statistics
2017 (1/1/06 - 1/13/17) Fires: 387 Acres: 8,672
2016 (1/1/16 - 1/13/16) Fires: 128 Acres: 174
2015 (1/1/15 - 1/13/15) Fires: 262 Acres: 634
2014 (1/1/14 - 1/13/14) Fires: 233 Acres: 1,575
2013 (1/1/13 - 1/13/13) Fires: 109 Acres: 2,987
2012 (1/1/12 - 1/13/12) Fires: 881 Acres: 49,177
2011 (1/1/11 - 1/13/11) Fires: 660 Acres: 6,489
2010 (1/1/10 - 1/13/10) Fires: 336 Acres: 7,030
2009 (1/1/09 - 1/13/09) Fires: 820 Acres: 12,530
2008 (1/1/08 - 1/13/08) Fires: 910 Acres: 24,009
2007 (1/1/07 - 1/13/07) Fires: 174 Acres: 2,380
Annual average prior 10 years
2006-2015 Fires: 410 Acres: 10,054
Current Wildfires
Fire Unit Agency Size % Con/Comp Location Information
Oklahoma Fires: 0 Acres: 0 New: 2 Contained: 6
* Hickey Osage Agency BIA 701 100    
Hog Field Wewoka Agency BIA 349 100 5 miles southeast of Bowlegs  
Off Guard Wewoka Agency BIA 171 100 3 miles southwest of Cromwell  
* Perfect Storm Department of Forestry ST 1,400 100    
Snake Creek Wewoka Agency BIA 179 100 5 miles southwest of Cromwell  
Squirrel Creek Department of Forestry ST 2,000 100 2 miles southeast of Waurika  
Mississippi Fires: 0 Acres: 0 New: 1 Contained: 1
* Tom Floyd Road Forestry Commission ST 310 100    
Texas Fires: 0 Acres: 0 New: 1 Contained: 1
* Last Chance Texas A&M Forest Service ST 800 100