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  • Jerry Tannhauser
    ... From: Incident Information To: FireLine Date: Friday, September 01, 2000 5:30 AM Subject: NICC Incident
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      From: Incident Information <incident@...>
      To: FireLine <fire1@...>
      Date: Friday, September 01, 2000 5:30 AM
      Subject: NICC Incident Management Report 01-Sep-00


      >
      >INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SITUATION REPORT
      >FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2000 - 0530 MDT
      >NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS LEVEL V
      >
      >
      >CURRENT SITUATION:
      >
      >A total of two new large fires were reported, one each in Northern Rockies
      >and Southern Area. Crews reached containment goals on eight large fires
      >in the Northern Rockies, Northwest, Eastern Great Basin and Southern Area.
      >Initial attack activity was light except moderate in the Southern Area.
      >The 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marines from Camp LeJeune, NC, commanded by LTC
      >Smith are traveling to Idaho Falls and being deployed to the Clear Creek
      >incident. A trough from the Pacific will bring showers and chance of
      >thunderstorms to most of the western states resulting in cooler
      >temperatures and higher relative humidity. Very high to extreme fire
      >indices have been reported in most of the western states, Kansas,
      >Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas.
      >
      >
      >NORTHERN ROCKIES AREA LARGE FIRES:
      >
      >An Area Command Team (Edrington) is assigned to manage the large fires in
      >the Hamilton area. An Area Command Team (Mann) is assigned to manage the
      >large fires in southwest Montana. An Area Command Team (Meuchel) is
      >assigned to manage the large fires in central Montana. An Area Command
      >Team (Gale) is assigned to manage the large fires in northwest Montana.
      >Priorities are being established by the Northern Rockies Multi-Agency
      >Coordinating Group based on information submitted via Wildfire Situation
      >Analysis reports and Incident Status Summary (ICS-209) forms.
      >
      >WILLIE, Custer National Forest. A Type I Incident Management Team (Frye)
      >is assigned. This fire is five miles southwest of Red Lodge, MT. Cloud
      >cover and moderate relative humidity kept the fire activity to a minimum.
      >Residents were allowed to return to their homes within the area. Highway
      >212 remains closed to non-residential traffic.
      >
      >VALLEY COMPLEX, Bitterroot National Forest. A Type I Incident Management
      >Team (Stutler) is assigned. The Army's 3rd Battalion 327th Infantry from
      >Ft. Campbell, KY, commanded by LTC Lehr, is assigned. These fires are
      >seven miles south of Darby, MT. The complex consists of the Bear, Taylor,
      >Taylor Spot, Hilltop, Razor, Fat and Mink fires. Fire activity has
      >increased on most of the fires due to poor humidity recovery. Evacuations
      >took place for at least 700 homes.
      >
      >SKALKAHO COMPLEX, Bitterroot National Forest. A Type I Incident
      >Management Team (Myers) is assigned. This group of fires is ten miles
      >southeast of Hamilton, MT. Included in the complex are the Bear and
      >Coyote fire. Fire behavior remains active with increased activity on the
      >north slopes. Structure protection remains the priority.
      >
      >BLODGETT TRAILHEAD, Bitterroot National Forest. A Type II Incident
      >Management Team (Hendricks) is assigned. This fire is three miles
      >northwest of Hamilton, MT. Fire activity remained minimal with no gain in
      >acreage.
      >
      >WILDERNESS COMPLEX, Bitterroot National Forest. A Type II Incident
      >Management Team (Cook) is assigned. The complex consists of 15 fires in
      >the Selway-Bitterroot and Frank Church River of No Return Wildernesses, 40
      >miles southwest of Hamilton, MT. Large fires in the complex include the
      >Hamilton, Lonely, Fitz, Thirty, Echo and Throng fires. The fires were
      >active at the higher elevations with the Throng fire making a significant
      >run to the northeast.
      >
      >THOMPSON FLAT COMPLEX, Lolo National Forest. A Type I Incident Management
      >Team (Studebaker) is assigned. This is a complex of six fires in the
      >vicinity of Superior, MT. Fireline construction continues with conditions
      >being conducive for direct attack.
      >
      >UPPER NINEMILE COMPLEX, Lolo National Forest. A Type I Incident
      >Management Team (Bateman) is assigned. The Army's 20th Engineers
      >Battalion from Ft. Hood, Texas, commanded by LTC Shumway, is assigned.
      >These fires are burning 25 miles northwest of Missoula, MT. Containment
      >firelines are holding and mopup continues in most divisions.
      >
      >CLEAR CREEK DIVIDE COMPLEX, Flathead Agency, BIA. A Type I Incident
      >Management Team (Orich) is assigned. This complex, 60 miles northwest of
      >Missoula, consists of the Clear Creek, Vanderburg, Siegel, Seepay and
      >Magpie Creek fires. Good progress was made by crews on all fires in the
      >complex.
      >
      >ALDER CREEK, Lolo National Forest. A Type II Incident Management Team
      >(Hoff) is assigned. This fire is 31 miles southeast of Missoula, MT. A
      >half mile run in a northerly direction in Alder Creek drainage occurred.
      >Current threats are to residential structures in the area.
      >
      >MONTURE/SPREAD RIDGE, Lolo National Forest. A Type I Incident Management
      >Team (Wands) is assigned. The fires are 15 miles east of Seeley Lake, MT.
      >Fire growth was minimal today. Coordination with local officials for
      >structure protection for effective evacuation of local residents and
      >communities continues.
      >
      >CROOKED, Clearwater National Forest. A Type II Incident Management Team
      >(Anderson) is assigned. The fire is 50 miles southwest of Missoula, MT,
      >near Lolo Pass. Minimal activity was observed over the majority of the
      >fire.
      >
      >MIDDLE FORK COMPLEX, Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest. A Type I
      >Incident Management Team (Hart) is assigned. The complex consists of the
      >Falls Creek, Cougar Creek, Coyote Springs, Medicine Lake, Skalkaho Pass,
      >Lick Creek and Cooper Creek fires, 30 miles southwest of Philipsburg, MT.
      >Crews are continuing direct and indirect attack preparing for aerial
      >burnout. Large fuels are burning well, with isolated torching and short
      >runs.
      >
      >MAUDLOW/TOSTON, Central Land Office, Montana Department of Natural
      >Resources and Conservation. Two Type II Incident Management Teams (Joki
      >and Greene) are assigned. These fires are 25 miles northeast of Belgrade,
      >MT. Fire behavior was of low intensity with smoldering and creeping. A
      >BAER team is assigned to work with the teams.
      >
      >MUSSIGBROD COMPLEX, Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest. A Type I
      >Incident Management Team (Bennett) is assigned. These fires are 12 miles
      >northwest of Wisdom, MT. The complex includes the Mussigbrod and Maynard
      >fires which have now burned together. The fire remained active in the
      >ground fuels with minimal torching.
      >
      >STONE YOUNG, Kootenai National Forest. A Type II Incident Management Team
      >(Kearney) is assigned. The complex is 65 miles northeast of Libby, MT.
      >Cliff Point and the Loop fires have burned together according to control
      >strategy. The fire continues to move slowly through the heavy fuels.
      >Securing of firelines and mopup continues.
      >
      >KOOTENAI COMPLEX, Kootenai National Forest. A Type I Incident Management
      >Team (Longpre) is assigned. These fires are 20 miles northwest of Libby,
      >MT. Isolated torching in the subalpine fire was observed. Fire acreage
      >remained the same with crews successfully constructing fireline and
      >mopping up.
      >
      >TROY SOUTH, Kootenai National Forest. A Type II Incident Management Team
      >(Gauger) is assigned. The Army's 1st Battalion 321st Artillery from Ft.
      >Bragg, NC, commanded by LTC Mathis, is assigned. This complex of fires is
      >near Troy, MT. Cooler temperatures and higher relative humidity reduced
      >fire activity. Crews continue fireline construction, mopup and patrol.
      >
      >CHIPMUNK, Flathead National Forest. The fire is burning in spruce,
      >subalpine fir and brush 45 miles southeast of Kalispell, MT. The fire
      >continues to move to the east as it encounters lighter fuels. Continual
      >spotting to the northeast is of concern. Monitoring continues on the
      >northeast flank of the fire to aid in preparation of contingency plans.
      >
      >GREEN MOUNTAIN, Kootenai National Forest. These fires are seven miles
      >northwest of Trout Creek, MT. The complex includes the Green Mountain,
      >McNeeley, Basin Creek and Engle fires. Natural barriers combined with
      >helicopter bucket work aided in slowing fire growth. Creeping and
      >isolated torching was observed in the unburned islands of fuel.
      >
      >BURNT FLATS, Clearwater area, Idaho State Department of Lands. A Type I
      >Incident Management Team (Stoval) is assigned. The fire is three miles
      >from Whitebird, ID. Burnout operations continue to be successful.
      >Rehabilitation plans are in place with preliminary steps being taken.
      >
      >THREE BEARS, Nez Perce National Forest. A Type II Incident Management
      >Team (Stump) is assigned. This fire is on both sides of the Salmon River,
      >29 miles from Elk City, ID. The majority of the fire is relatively
      >inactive, however some short runs and torching were observed.
      >
      >SUGARLOAF, Gallatin National Forest. The fire is 13 miles northeast of
      >Wilsall, MT. Low fire activity observed.
      >
      >CYCLONE RIDGE, Flathead National Forest. This fire is 35 miles north of
      >Kalispell, MT. The fire received some light precipitation yesterday. No
      >significant growth was observed.
      >
      >SPRUCE COMPLEX, Yellowstone National Park. This is a complex of 11 fires
      >in Yellowstone National Park. The complex consists of the Plateau, Moose,
      >Unlucky, Boundary and several smaller fires. Moderate fire activity with
      >very little acreage increase. The Unlucky, Moose and Plateau fire is
      >staffed with monitors to observe fire activity.
      >
      >JUDITH COMPLEX, Lewis and Clark National Forest. This complex consists of
      >the Studhorse, Lost Fork and High Springs fires, which are 25 miles
      >southwest of Stanford, MT. No significant activity observed.
      >
      >SHARON, Glacier National Park. This fire is near North Fork in Glacier
      >National Park, MT. Fire activity has been low. The National Park Service
      >is monitoring the fire with daily aerial observation flights. Confinement
      >strategy is in place as well as structure protection for three cabin sites
      >in the area.
      >
      >POACHER, Clearwater National Forest. This lightning-caused fire is 13
      >miles southeast of Powell, ID. Minimal fire activity was observed. It is
      >being monitored by U.S. Forest Service personnel.
      >
      >LIGHTNING MOUNTAIN 17, Idaho Panhandle National Forest. This fire is 18
      >miles northeast of Sandpoint, ID. Fuels are subalpine fir, Engleman
      >spruce, brush and grass. Crews completed fireline construction on the
      >southwest flank of the fire.
      >
      >COPPER, Clearwater National Forest. This fire is 40 miles northeast of
      >Pierce, ID. The fire is being monitored by U.S. Forest Service personnel.
      >No new information was received.
      >
      >PORPHYRY, Clearwater National Forest. This fire is 18 miles southeast of
      >Powell, ID. No new information was received. U.S. Forest Service
      >personnel are monitoring the fire.
      >
      >HELEN CREEK, Flathead National Forest. This fire is 22 miles south of
      >Spotted Bear, MT. The fire was actively backing to the west and south,
      >which poses a potential threat to four structures in the area. The fire
      >is being monitored by U.S. Forest Service personnel.
      >
      >HIDDEN CREEK, Clearwater National Forest. The fire is 12 miles southeast
      >of Powell, ID. The fire is mostly a backing fire with occasional
      >torching.
      >
      >LONG RIDGE, Nez Perce National Forest. This fire is in the Selway-
      >Bitterroot Wilderness, 14 miles southwest of the Moose Creek Ranger
      >Station. The fire is being monitored by reconnaissance flights and by the
      >Gardiner Lookout.
      >
      >MINARET PEAK, Flathead National Forest. The fire is near the Spotted Bear
      >Ranger Station in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. The fire is a backing fire
      >with no significant activity noted. U.S. Forest Service personnel are
      >monitoring the fire's activity.
      >
      >EAST THUNDER 14, Idaho Panhandle National Forest. This fire is 23 miles
      >east of Sandpoint, ID. Fuels are subalpine fir, spruce, brush and grass.
      >Forest Service personnel are monitoring the fire. The west flank of the
      >fire is backing down steep terrain. Strategies have been prepared if the
      >fire leaves the wilderness area.
      >
      >PARKE PEAK, Glacier National Park. The fire has been burning since 7/23
      >in the northwest corner of the park. The fire received .10 inches of
      >precipitation, which helped moderate the fire activity.
      >
      >FROG LAKE, Clearwater National Forest. The fire is 16 miles southeast of
      >Powell, ID. The fire is being monitored by U.S. Forest Service personnel.
      >Smoke has not been observed for several days.
      >
      >ELIZABETH, Clearwater National Forest. The fire is 33 miles northeast of
      >Pierce, ID. The fire is being monitored by U.S. Forest Service personnel.
      >No new information was received.
      >
      >SNOW CREEK, Clearwater National Forest. The fire is 30 miles northeast of
      >Pierce, ID. U.S. Forest Service personnel are monitoring the fire.
      >
      >COLLINS CREEK, Clearwater National Forest. The fire is 25 miles northeast
      >of Pierce, ID. No new information was reported.
      >
      >CRIMSON PEAK, Flathead National Forest. This fire is located in the Bob
      >Marshall Wilderness. It is steadily backing into Young's Creek and
      >Marshall Creek drainages. The fire is being monitored by U.S. Forest
      >Service personnel.
      >
      >LONE SHEEP, Nez Perce National Forest. This lightning-caused fire is 20
      >miles southwest of Elk City, ID. It is a backing fire in the east fork of
      >Sheep Creek.
      >
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      > INCIDENT |ST|UNIT| SIZE | % | EST |TOTAL|CRW|ENG|HELI|STRC| EST| $$$
      > NAME | | | |CTN| CTN |PERS | | | |LOSS|LOSS|C-T-D
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >WILLIE |MT| CNF| 1500| 25| UNK| 395| 9| 33| 3| 0| 0| 250K
      >VALLEY COMPLEX |MT| BRF|173563| 15| UNK| 1755| 46| 84| 7| 227| NR|19.5M
      >SKALKAHO CPLX |MT| BRF| 64794| 25| UNK| 766| 14| 38| 5| 4| NR| 5.1M
      >BLODGETT TRAILH|MT| BRF| 10764| 52| UNK| 254| 3| 1| 2| 8| NR| 9M
      >WILDERNESS CPLX|MT| BRF| 63306| 25| UNK| 0| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| 603K
      >THOMPSON FLAT C|MT| LNF| 14936| 30| UNK| 640| 15| 35| 5| 0| 0| 7.6M
      >UPPER NINEMILE |MT| LNF| 24345| 23| UNK| 1200| 30| 29| 11| 0| 0|12.7M
      >CLEAR CREEK DIV|MT| FHA| 19818| 80| UNK| 490| 14| 27| 6| 0| 0| 6.1M
      >MONTURE/SPREAD |MT| LNF| 26500| 5| UNK| 233| 5| 11| 2| 0| 0| 8.6M
      >CROOKED |ID| CWF| 4892| 90| 9/1| 78| 2| 4| 0| 0| NR| 5.1M
      >MIDDLE FORK COM|MT| BDF| 24000| 17| UNK| 722| 15| 47| 8| 0| NR|12.6M
      >MAUDLOW/TOSTON |MT| CES| 81000| 60| UNK| 981| 20| 35| 3| 2| NR| 15M
      >MUSSIGBROD CPLX|MT| BDF| 84648| 15| UNK| 421| 9| 14| 4| 0| NR| 7.3M
      >STONE YOUNG |MT| KNF| 25390| 70| UNK| 531| 8| 67| 4| 0| NR| 3.4M
      >KOOTENAI CPLX |MT| KNF| 13630| 15| UNK| 429| 4| 50| 3| 0| NR| 6.1M
      >TROY SOUTH |MT| KNF| 3959| 56| UNK| 629| 19| 27| 1| 0| NR| 5.3M
      >CHIPMUNK |MT| FNF| 3078| 0| UNK| 28| 0| 0| 1| 0| NR| 300K
      >GREEN MOUNTAIN |MT| KNF| 866| 95| UNK| 29| 1| 3| 0| 0| NR| 1.7K
      >BURNT FLATS |ID| CWS| 20620| 90| 9/2| 715| 23| 22| 4| 0| NR| 6M
      >THREE BEARS |ID| NPF| 33273| 0| UNK| 58| 0| 1| 0| 0| NR| 716K
      >SUGARLOAF |MT| GNF| 374| 20| 9/2| 0| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| 28K
      >CYCLONE RIDGE |MT| FNF| 210| 70| UNK| 143| 6| 7| 1| 0| NR| 236K
      >SPRUCE COMPLEX |MT| YNP| 6425| 0| UNK| 56| 4| 1| 2| 0| NR| NR
      >JUDITH COMPLEX |MT| LCF| 1450| 50| UNK| 130| 3| 4| 0| 0| NR| 3.1M
      >SHARON |MT| GNP| 450| 0| UNK| 10| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| 15K
      >POACHER |ID| CWF| 160| 0| UNK| 1| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| NR
      >LIGHTNING MOUNT|ID| IPF| 180| 0| UNK| 43| 2| 0| 0| 0| NR| 17K
      >COPPER |ID| CWF| 108| 0| UNK| 0| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| NR
      >PORPHYRY |ID| CWF| 250| 0| UNK| 1| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| NR
      >HELEN CREEK |MT| FNF| 6000| 0| UNK| 6| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR|35.5K
      >HIDDEN CREEK |ID| CWF| 1717| 0| UNK| 1| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| 130K
      >LONG RIDGE |ID| NPF| 221| 0| UNK| 1| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| 2.4K
      >MINARET PEAK |MT| FNF| 525| 0| UNK| 1| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| 5.5K
      >EAST THUNDER 14|ID| IPF| 563| 0| UNK| 0| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| 0
      >PARKE PEAK |MT| GNP| 2100| 75|10/15| 4| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| 350K
      >FROG LAKE |ID| CWF| 160| 0| UNK| 1| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| NR
      >ELIZABETH |ID| CWF| 3200| 0| UNK| 0| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| 5K
      >SNOW CREEK |ID| CWF| 972| 0| UNK| 0| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| 3K
      >COLLINS CREEK |ID| CWF| 163| 0| UNK| 0| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| 45K
      >ALDER CREEK |MT| LNF| 4175| 0| UNK| 151| 4| 9| 3| 0| NR| NR
      >CRIMSON PEAK |MT| FNF| 400| 0| UNK| 1| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| 2K
      >LONE SHEEP |ID| NPF| 107| 0| UNK| 3| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR|15.7K
      >WOLF CREEK |MT| HNF| 389|100| ---| 117|UNK|UNK| UNK| UNK| NR| 155K
      >BLACKTAIL CPLX.|ND| TRP| 5770|100| ---| 117| 1| 11| 0| 0| NR| 258K
      >SHEEP LIGHTNING|ID| IPF| 120|100| ---| 45| 2| 0| 0| 0| NR| 173
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >
      >
      >
      >EASTERN GREAT BASIN AREA LARGE FIRES:
      >
      >Priorities are being established by the Great Basin Multi-Agency
      >Coordinating Group based on information submitted via Wildfire Situation
      >Analysis reports and Incident Status Summary (ICS-209) forms.
      >
      >TRAIL CREEK, Boise National Forest. A Type II Incident Management Team
      >(Shell) is assigned. This fire is near the community of Atlanta, ID.
      >Containment objectives have been confirmed, and is expected to transition
      >to a Type III local incident management team.
      >
      >CLEAR CREEK, Salmon-Challis National Forest. A Type I Incident Management
      >Team (Hutchison) is assigned. The fire is ten miles west of Salmon, ID.
      >The 3rd Battalion 5th Marines from Camp Pendleton, California will
      >transition with the 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marines from Camp Lejeune, North
      >Carolina.
      >
      >MARLIN SPRINGS, Salmon-Challis National Forest. A Type I Incident
      >Management Team (Hefner) is assigned. This fire is burning along the
      >ridge between Montana and Idaho, 40 miles northwest of Salmon, ID. This
      >complex consists of the Marlin Springs, Full Circle and Sister fires. The
      >fire continues to increase in size. Better visibility aided in the
      >evaluation of the fire.
      >
      >TETON COMPLEX, Grand Teton National Park, NPS. A Type II Incident
      >Management Team (Murphy) is assigned. This complex is north of Jackson,
      >WY. It consists of the Wilcox, Moran, Hechtman, Glade and Enos fires.
      >Structure protection remains in place. Containment problems for the fires
      >in this complex include high winds, low relative humidity and heavy fuels.
      >
      >YELLOWPINE COMPLEX, Payette National Forest. A Type 1 Incident Management
      >Team (Melton) is assigned. This complex consists of the Nick and Indian
      >fires and is located 20 miles east of McCall, ID. Structure protection
      >and evacuation plans are in place if needed. The fire remains active and
      >spot fires have been observed along the East Fork of the Salmon river.
      >
      >NICK, Payette National Forest. This fire will be reported as part of the
      >Yellowpine Complex in the future.
      >
      >INDIAN/PROSPECT, Payette National Forest. This fire will be reported as
      >part of the Yellowpine Complex in the future.
      >
      >BLIND TRAIL COMPLEX, Bridger-Teton National Forest. A Type II Incident
      >Management Team (Burdick) is assigned. This complex consists of the Blind
      >and Boulder fires. The fires are 26 miles southeast of Jackson, WY. The
      >Blind fire is in mopup and patrol status. The fire received some rain
      >aiding containment efforts.
      >
      >FONTENELLE, Bridger-Teton National Forest. A Type II Incident Management
      >Team (Mesenbrink) is assigned. This lightning-caused fire is 20 miles
      >north of Kemmerer, WY. The fire continues to grow despite the rain that
      >has been received. Steep slopes, high winds and limited access are
      >contributing to control problems.
      >
      >BURGDORF JUNCTION, Payette National Forest. A Type I Incident Management
      >Team (Dague) is assigned. The fire is 23 miles north of McCall, ID. The
      >number of hot spots is declining as confirmed by infrared imagery.
      >Increase in structures lost reflects current data from Warren Secesh area.
      >
      >HARMON CREEK, Dixie National Forest. This fire is located 25 miles north
      >of St. George, UT. Significant progress has been made towards
      >containment.
      >
      >MORSE, Salmon-Challis National Forest. The fire is burning in grass,
      >sagebrush and douglas fir five miles east of May, ID. Very little fire
      >activity was observed today with scattered clouds and cooler temperatures.
      >Occasional flare- ups are still occurring.
      >
      >SIDDOWAY, Targhee National Forest. This fire is burning in moderate to
      >heavy timber 14 miles east of Swan Valley. Limited access, torching and
      >spotting is hampering control efforts. The fire did receive some
      >precipitation today which moderated fire activity.
      >
      >SCF WILDERNESS, Salmon-Challis National Forest. A Type II Incident
      >Management Team (Adams) has been assigned. Eleven wildland fires are
      >currently burning within the Salmon Challis Wilderness Complex: Little
      >Pistol, Indian Creek, Filly, Butts, Papoose, Parker, Packer Meadow, Shell
      >Rock, Wilson Creek, Jackass and Jack Creek. Closure orders remain in
      >effect for the area.
      >
      >FLOSSIE COMPLEX, Payette National Forest. These fires are 50 miles
      >northeast of McCall, ID. Structure protection continues at Root Ranch.
      >No new information to report.
      >
      >DIAMOND COMPLEX, Payette National Forest. These lightning-caused fires
      >are 42 miles northeast of McCall, ID. This complex consists of the
      >Lookout, Point, North Shellrock and South Shellrock fires. Structure
      >protection remains in place for Big Creek and Edwardsburg. No new
      >information to report.
      >
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      > INCIDENT |ST|UNIT| SIZE | % | EST |TOTAL|CRW|ENG|HELI|STRC| EST| $$$
      > NAME | | | |CTN| CTN |PERS | | | |LOSS|LOSS|C-T-D
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >CLEAR CREEK |ID| SCF|200155| 49| UNK| 1757| 46| 47| 16| 1| NR|40.5M
      >MARLIN SPRINGS |ID| SCF| 6249| 0| UNK| 176| 1| 13| 1| 0| NR| 1.0M
      >TETON COMPLEX |WY| GTP| 14441| NR| UNK| 428| 12| 17| 4| 1| NR| 2.5M
      >YELLOWPINE COMP|ID| PAF| 16100| 25| UNK| 439| 11| 17| 5| 2| NR| 3.5M
      >BLIND TRAIL COM|WY| BTF| 16110| 55| UNK| 266| 9| 1| 2| 0| NR| 3.0M
      >FONTENELLE |WY| BTF| 14750| 55| UNK| 127| 2| 6| 0| 1| NR| 1.3M
      >BURGDORF JCT. |ID| PAF| 64666| 60| UNK| 309| 4| 7| 6| 19| NR|21.6M
      >HARMON CREEK |UT| DIF| 493| 80| 9/1| 64| 2| 1| 2| 0| NR| NR
      >MORSE |ID| SCF| 4460| 15| UNK| 83| 2| 4| 1| 0| NR| 744K
      >SIDDOWAY |ID| TAF| 226| 70| 9/2| 91| 4| 0| 1| 0| NR| 643K
      >SCF WILDERNESS |ID| SCF|171560| 0| UNK| 21| 0| 0| 0| 22| NR| 113K
      >FLOSSIE COMPLEX|ID| PAF| 50000| 0| UNK| 4| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| NR
      >DIAMOND COMPLEX|ID| PAF|126000| 0| UNK| 10| 0| 0| 0| 1| NR| NR
      >TRAIL CREEK |ID| BOF| 34759|100| ---| 519| 15| 6| 8| 30| NR| 6.9M
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >BOF = Boise National Forest
      >
      >
      >
      >NORTHWEST AREA LARGE FIRES:
      >
      >EASTSIDE COMPLEX, Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. A Type II Incident
      >Management Team (Gardner) is assigned. The complex consists of 11 fires
      >adjacent to the Snake and Imnaha Rivers, 37 miles northeast of Enterprise,
      >OR. The Thorn Creek and Jim Creek fires of the complex have burned
      >together. Observed fire behavior was torching, spotting and running.
      >Current threats are to residential structures, archeological sites,
      >historical structures, grazing and private lands.
      >
      >CARROL CREEK, Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. An Oregon Department of
      >Forestry Incident Management Team (Gilpin) is assigned. The fire is ten
      >miles east of Wallowa Lake, OR. Active ground fire and occasional
      >torching was noted in unburned islands of fuel. Structure protection is
      >in place.
      >
      >HASH ROCK, Ochoco National Forest. A Type II Incident Management Team
      >(Jackson) is assigned. This fire is 18 miles northeast of Prineville, OR.
      >The fire remained active. Unburned islands of fuel within the perimeter
      >continue to be a concern. Burnout and holding operations continue on two
      >divisions with mopup and patrol activities on the other divisions.
      >
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      > INCIDENT |ST|UNIT| SIZE | % | EST |TOTAL|CRW|ENG|HELI|STRC| EST| $$$
      > NAME | | | |CTN| CTN |PERS | | | |LOSS|LOSS|C-T-D
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >EASTSIDE COMPLE|OR| WWF| 87000| 25| UNK| 981| 30| 39| 7| 2| NR| 2.9M
      >CARROL CREEK |OR| WWF| 3201| 50| 9/2| 956| 34| 32| 5| 0| NR| 2M
      >HASH ROCK |OR| OCF| 16800| 70| UNK| 928| 30| 23| 8| 0| NR| 3.8M
      >MEADOW |OR| UMF| 650|100| ---| 511| 22| 17| 3| 0| NR| 1.8M
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >
      >
      >
      >WESTERN GREAT BASIN AREA LARGE FIRES:
      >
      >PHILLIPS RANCH, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest and Great Basin National
      >Park. The fire is 50 miles southeast of Ely, NV, and is being monitored
      >by Park Service personnel. Steady progress toward containment objectives
      >was made due to precipitation.
      >
      >CHERRY, Ely Field Office, BLM. This fire is 30 miles northwest of Ely,
      >NV. Wildlife habitat and the Goshute Wilderness Study Area remain
      >threatened. BLM personnel are monitoring the fire.
      >
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      > INCIDENT |ST|UNIT| SIZE | % | EST |TOTAL|CRW|ENG|HELI|STRC| EST| $$$
      > NAME | | | |CTN| CTN |PERS | | | |LOSS|LOSS|C-T-D
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >PHILLIPS RANCH |NV| HTF| 2600| 25| UNK| 7| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| 235K
      >CHERRY |NV| ELD| 8000| 80| UNK| 0| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| 2.2M
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >
      >
      >
      >ROCKY MOUNTAIN AREA LARGE FIRES:
      >
      >JASPER, Black Hills National Forest. This fire is 15 miles east of
      >Newcastle, WY. A Type 1 Incident Management Team (Waterbury) is assigned.
      >Fire continues to spread north and northwest. Line construction with
      >burnout operations have been successful. Cooler weather with higher
      >relative humidity have substantially aided the firefighting effort. Some
      >evacuees have been allowed to return to their homes. Highway 16 remains
      >closed on either side of the monument.
      >
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      > INCIDENT |ST|UNIT| SIZE | % | EST |TOTAL|CRW|ENG|HELI|STRC| EST| $$$
      > NAME | | | |CTN| CTN |PERS | | | |LOSS|LOSS|C-T-D
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >JASPER |SD| BKF| 82600| 40| UNK| 1160| 21|123| 6| 3| NR| 4.4M
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >
      >
      >
      >NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AREA LARGE FIRES:
      >
      >STORRIE, Plumas National Forest. A Type I Incident Management Team (Vail)
      >is assigned. The fire is 20 miles west of Quincy, CA, in the Feather
      >River Canyon. Fire activity moderated today with the lower temperatures,
      >higher relative humidity and cloud cover. Aggressive mopup continues.
      >Structure protection remains a concern along Highway 70.
      >
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      > INCIDENT |ST|UNIT| SIZE | % | EST |TOTAL|CRW|ENG|HELI|STRC| EST| $$$
      > NAME | | | |CTN| CTN |PERS | | | |LOSS|LOSS|C-T-D
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >STORRIE |CA| PNF| 43075| 72| UNK| 2107| 66| 82| 8| 1| NR|14.8M
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >
      >
      >
      >SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AREA LARGE FIRES:
      >
      >HUNTER, Madera-Mariposa-Merced Ranger Unit, California Department of
      >Forestry. A Type I Incident Management Team (Kerrigan) is assigned. This
      >fire is 25 miles northeast of Merced, CA near Lake McClure. Highway 49
      >remains closed. Large islands of unburned fuel continue to cause
      >containment problems.
      >
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      > INCIDENT |ST|UNIT| SIZE | % | EST |TOTAL|CRW|ENG|HELI|STRC| EST| $$$
      > NAME | | | |CTN| CTN |PERS | | | |LOSS|LOSS|C-T-D
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >HUNTER |CA| MMU| 8084| 90| UNK| 1630| 56|110| 5| 0| NR| 2.1M
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >
      >
      >
      >SOUTHERN AREA LARGE FIRES:
      >
      >RANGER HILLS, Texas State Forest Service. The fire is burning in heavy
      >brush and cedar 50 miles east of Abilene, TX. The power grid to two small
      >towns has been shut down due to the fire. No new information was
      >received.
      >
      >MCGEE CREEK #2 COMPLEX, Oklahoma Division of Forestry. This fire is near
      >Antlers , OK. No new information was received.
      >
      >WESTINGHOUSE, Texas State Forest Service. This fire is located 30 miles
      >north of Austin, TX. Several homes are threatened and a subdivision has
      >been evacuated. The fire is burning in cedar, oak and juniper.
      >
      >POSSUM KINGDOM, Texas State Forest Service. This fire is 60 miles west of
      >Fort Worth, TX and is burning in oak, cedar, juniper and mesquite fuels.
      >No new information was received.
      >
      >COCKRUM, Texas State Forest Service. The fire is 30 miles north of
      >Austin, TX. It is burning in heavy brush, juniper and cedar. This will
      >be the last report unless new information is received.
      >
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      > INCIDENT |ST|UNIT| SIZE | % | EST |TOTAL|CRW|ENG|HELI|STRC| EST| $$$
      > NAME | | | |CTN| CTN |PERS | | | |LOSS|LOSS|C-T-D
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >POSSUM KINGDOM |TX| TXS| 110| 60| UNK| 40| 0| 0| 2| 0| NR| NR
      >RANGER HILLS |TX| TXS| 3000| 10| UNK| 60| 0| 0| 4| 0| NR| NR
      >MCGEE CREEK #2 |OK| OKS| 2000| 10| 9/2| 27| 0| 10| 1| 0| UNK| 23K
      >WESTINGHOUSE |TX| TXS| 120| 70| UNK| 35| 0| 0| 2| 0| NR| NR
      >COCKRUM |TX| TXS| 110| 80| UNK| 27| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| NR
      >SNAKE EYES |MS| MNF| 500|100| ---| 31| 0| 1| 0| 0| 30K| 10K
      >OAKRY |TX| TXS| 150|100| ---| 25| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| NR
      >POSSOM |FL| FLS| 975|100| ---| 2| 0| 0| 0| 0| NR| NR
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >FLS = Florida Division of Forestry
      >MNF = Mississippi National Forest
      >
      >
      >
      >OUTLOOK:
      >
      >A Pacific trough along the west coast will bring cooler temperatures along
      >with showers and thunderstorms to Washington, Oregon, Idaho, northern
      >California and Nevada. A chance of showers and thunderstorms will
      >continue across eastern Montana and Wyoming. Monsoonal moisture continues
      >to move north and will bring thunderstorms to the higher elevations from
      >the Sierras across Nevada, Utah and Wyoming southward.
      >
      >Winds will be on the increase over the Northwest with winds from the
      >southwest 10-20 mph with gusts to near 30 mph. Winds will generally be
      >south to southwest at 5-15 mph with gusts to 20 mph in the higher
      >elevations.
      >
      >Temperatures will generally be in the 70's to mid 80's in the mountains,
      >mid 80's to 90's in the lower elevations and 100-110 in the hottest
      >deserts. In the Northwest temperatures will be in the 60's mountains and
      >70's valleys.
      >
      >Relative humidity will generally be 20-30 percent and in the teens in the
      >driest areas.
      >
      >
      >
      >FIRES AND ACRES YESTERDAY:
      >
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >AREA | BIA | BLM | FWS | NPS | ST/OT | USFS | TOTAL
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >ALASKA |FIRES| | | | | | | 0
      > |ACRES| | | | | | | 0
      >NORTHWEST |FIRES| | 2| | | 5| 2| 9
      > |ACRES| | 5| | | 3| 3186| 3194
      >CA-NORTH |FIRES| | | | | 5| 1| 6
      > |ACRES| | | | | 2| 0| 2
      >CA-SOUTH |FIRES| | | | | 7| 4| 11
      > |ACRES| | | | | 1| 0| 1
      >NORTHERN |FIRES| 2| | | | 2| 5| 9
      > |ACRES| 2| | | | 0| 19710| 19712
      >GB-EAST |FIRES| | 1| | | | 1| 2
      > |ACRES| | 0| | | | 6772| 6772
      >GB-WEST |FIRES| | 1| | | | 1| 2
      > |ACRES| | 1| | | | 1| 2
      >SOUTHWEST |FIRES| | | | | 4| 3| 7
      > |ACRES| | | | | 1007| 10| 1017
      >ROCKY MTN |FIRES| 3| 1| | | 2| 1| 7
      > |ACRES| 2| | | | 5| | 7
      >EASTERN |FIRES| | | | | | 1| 1
      > |ACRES| | | | | | 1| 1
      >SOUTHERN |FIRES| | | | | 286| 7| 293
      > |ACRES| | | | | 10380| 86| 10466
      >TOTAL |FIRES| 5| 5| 0| 0| 311| 26| 347
      > |ACRES| 4| 6| 0| 0| 11398| 29766| 41174
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >
      >
      >
      >FIRES AND ACRES YEAR-TO-DATE:
      >
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >AREA | BIA | BLM | FWS | NPS | ST/OT | USFS | TOTAL
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >ALASKA |FIRES| 1| 13| 22| 8| 302| 5| 351
      > |ACRES| 6| 143076| 246961| 43763| 317427| 0| 751233
      >NORTHWEST |FIRES| 217| 210| 41| 20| 1189| 837| 2514
      > |ACRES| 24025| 198966| 83023| 9| 256514| 118076| 680613
      >CA-NORTH |FIRES| 140| 12| 3| 10| 2093| 580| 2838
      > |ACRES| 174| 142| 4| 1| 23528| 45048| 68897
      >CA-SOUTH |FIRES| 30| 79| 5| 62| 2193| 692| 3061
      > |ACRES| 53| 41083| 97| 112| 25928| 68958| 136231
      >NORTHERN | FIRE| 882| 88| 28| 51| 1029| 1577| 3655
      > |ACRES| 35608| 9072| 1700| 6369| 178924| 761398| 993071
      >GB-EAST |FIRES| 68| 1066| 3| 46| 491| 983| 2657
      > |ACRES| 44664| 493203| 70| 4010| 99664| 817226| 1458837
      >GB-WEST |FIRES| 8| 632| 4| 5| 98| 246| 993
      > |ACRES| 2380| 596101| 1105| 10| 7130| 27402| 634128
      >SOUTHWEST |FIRES| 1254| 285| 24| 80| 1169| 2476| 5288
      > |ACRES| 18131| 60640| 19314| 11402| 285077| 149560| 544124
      >ROCKY MTN |FIRES| 604| 790| 26| 56| 851| 709| 3036
      > |ACRES| 161992| 96820| 1617| 33335| 38148| 24598| 356510
      >EASTERN |FIRES| 763| | 9| 28| 9406| 422| 10628
      > |ACRES| 15804| | 499| 519| 82423| 15594| 114839
      >SOUTHERN |FIRES| 70| | 78| 98| 37558| 1141| 38945
      > |ACRES| 6347| | 11998| 3804| 681300| 40084| 743533
      >TOTALS |FIRES| 4037| 3175| 243| 464| 56379| 9668| 73966
      > |ACRES| 309184|1639103| 366388| 103334|1996063|2067944| 6482016
      >TEN YEAR AVERAGE FIRES | 60716
      >TEN YEAR AVERAGE ACRES | 2842503
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >
      >
      >
      >PRESCRIBED FIRES AND ACRES YEAR-TO-DATE:
      >
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >AREA | BIA | BLM | FWS | NPS | ST/OT | USFS | TOTAL
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >ALASKA |FIRES| | | 1| | 4| | 5
      > |ACRES| | | 125| | 379| | 504
      >NORTHWEST |FIRES| 19| 23| 25| | | 200| 267
      > |ACRES| 5638| 3540| 5022| | | 20857| 35057
      >CA-NORTH |FIRES| | 2| 7| 1| | 121| 131
      > |ACRES| | 328| 1012| 12| | 10365| 11717
      >CA-SOUTH |FIRES| | | 5| 3| | 80| 88
      > |ACRES| | | 300| 124| | 5152| 5576
      >NORTHERN |FIRES| 20| 5| 84| 3| 58| 231| 401
      > |ACRES| 1775| 1991| 16376| 395| 6446| 35286| 62269
      >GB-EAST |FIRES| 1| 15| 5| 3| 6| 18| 48
      > |ACRES| 272| 1497| 1448| 975| 153| 11325| 15670
      >GB-WEST |FIRES| | | | | | 2| 2
      > |ACRES| | | | | | 1526| 1526
      >SOUTHWEST |FIRES| 31| 213| 26| 12| 2| 193| 477
      > |ACRES| 23385| 14214| 1888| 4289| 360| 67761| 111897
      >ROCKY MTN |FIRES| 1| 8| 135| 10| 8| 63| 225
      > |ACRES| 850| 2743| 17379| 2937| 705| 20263| 44877
      >EASTERN |FIRES| 15| | 87| 11| 132| 210| 455
      > |ACRES| 2947| | 17992| 1290| 84424| 18490| 125143
      >SOUTHERN |FIRES| 9| | 137| 67| 103| 706| 1022
      > |ACRES| 902| | 61589| 39926| 61971| 455592| 619980
      >USA TOTALS|FIRES| 96| 266| 512| 110| 313| 1824| 3121
      > |ACRES| 35769| 24313| 123131| 49948| 154438| 646617| 1034216
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >
      >
      >WILDLAND FIRE USE (WFU) FIRES AND ACRES YEAR-TO-DATE:
      >
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >AREA | BIA | BLM | FWS | NPS | ST/OT | USFS | TOTAL
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >ALASKA |FIRES| | | | | | | 0
      > |ACRES| | | | | | | 0
      >NORTHWEST |FIRES| | | | | | 1| 1
      > |ACRES| | | | | | 1| 1
      >CA-NORTH |FIRES| | | | | | | 0
      > |ACRES| | | | | | | 0
      >CA-SOUTH |FIRES| | | | 6| | 7| 13
      > |ACRES| | | | 3| | 780| 783
      >NORTHERN |FIRES| | | | 2| | 8| 10
      > |ACRES| | | | 388| | 3969| 4357
      >GB-EAST |FIRES| | | | | | | 0
      > |ACRES| | | | | | | 0
      >GB-WEST |FIRES| | | | | | | 0
      > |ACRES| | | | | | | 0
      >SOUTHWEST |FIRES| | | | | | 16| 16
      > |ACRES| | | | | | 6290| 6290
      >ROCKY MTN |FIRES| | | | | | | 0
      > |ACRES| | | | | | | 0
      >EASTERN |FIRES| | | | | | | 0
      > |ACRES| | | | | | | 0
      >SOUTHERN |FIRES| | | | 8| 24| | 32
      > |ACRES| | | | 1012| 125| | 1137
      >USA TOTALS|FIRES| 0| 0| 0| 16| 24| 32| 72
      > |ACRES| 0| 0| 0| 1403| 125| 11040| 12568
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >
      >Fires and acres reported to the National Interagency Coordination Center
      >are for operational use. Official totals may be obtained by contacting
      >the Agencies directly.
      >
      >
      >
      >CANADA FIRES AND HECTARES:
      >
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      > Provinces | Fires | Hectares | Fires | Hectares
      > | Last Week | Last Week | Year-to-date | Year-to-date
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >BRITISH COLUMBIA | 1| 4| 1481| 16171
      >YUKON TERRITORY | 1| 0| 53| 7652
      >ALBERTA | 0| 10| 751| 14630
      >NORTHWEST TERRITORY | 0| 0| 275| 171444
      >SASKATCHEWAN | 0| 5| 393| 115946
      >MANITOBA | 1| 0| 327| 83515
      >ONTARIO | 5| 2| 485| 6069
      >QUEBEC | 1| 2| 438| 28588
      >NEWFOUNDLAND | 0| 5| 205| 87532
      >NEW BRUNSWICK | 0| 0| 253| 272
      >NOVA SCOTIA | 0| 0| 176| 456
      >PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND | 0| 0| 20| 22
      >NATIONAL PARKS | 0| 0| 93| 7460
      >TOTALS | 9| 28| 4950| 539757
      >---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >
      >
      >
      >RESOURCE STATUS: COMMITTED RESOURCES
      >
      >-----------------------------------------------------------------------
      >|Area |Crews|Crews|Engs |Engs |Heli |Heli |Airt |Airt |Ovrhd|Ovrhd|
      >| |Fed |ST/OT|Fed |ST/OT|Fed |ST/OT|Fed |ST/OT|Fed |ST/OT|
      >-----------------------------------------------------------------------
      >|ALASKA | | | | | | | | | | |
      >|NORTHWEST| 40| 86| 26| 119| 5| 20| 5| | 474| 414|
      >|CA-NORTH | 25| 45| 6| 77| 8| 3| | | 171| 252|
      >|CA-SOUTH | 2| 56| 9| 105| 2| 6| 1| | 1| 148|
      >|NORTHERN | 148| 154| 222| 456| 47| 58| | | 1566| 1695|
      >|GB-EAST | 62| 51| 40| 90| 15| 37| | | 708| 577|
      >|GB-WEST | | | 3| | | | | | 7| |
      >|SOUTHWEST| 4| | 6| | | | | | 2| |
      >|ROCKY MTN| 22| 5| 24| 109| 1| 6| | | 176| 99|
      >|EASTERN | | | | | | | | | 30| |
      >|SOUTHERN | 5| | 6| | | 9| | | 7| 4|
      >|TOTAL | 308| 397| 342| 956| 78| 139| 6| 0| 3142| 3189|
      >-----------------------------------------------------------------------
      >
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