Puget Sound Energy estimates that power outages caused by the wildfires are impacting approximately 5,500 customers, with around 4,000 customers in Bonney Lake impacted. Washington Fire Map, Update on Sumner Grade, Cold Springs, Pearl Hill, Evans Canyon Blazes | U.S. A map demonstrating the multiple wildfires that are burning across Washington state on Wednesday, September 9, 2020. Level 3 evacuations and numerous road closures are in effect and residents can call 509 670-5331 for Red Cross assistance. Northwest Interagency Coordination Center. Washington continues to battle major fires across thousands of acres, with numerous residents across the state facing evacuation orders and power outages.

The Cold Springs fire started on September 6 at 9.45 p.m. local time near Omak and spread quickly due to strong winds and low relative humidity. We coordinate to collectively share info for Washington communities affected by wildfire smoke. See why nearly a quarter of a million subscribers begin their day with the Starting 5.

No injuries have been reported. The Cold Springs Fire is currently burning 163,000 acres and is 0 percent contained. Around 360 personnel are working on tackling the fire, and all divisions will mop-up, patrol, work on repair, and will continue to support local forces with initial attack response. If the air monitoring map doesn't display here, links to additional monitoring maps can be found under the 'Monitoring & Forecasting' tab. It is 20 percent contained. The Sumner Grade Fire started on Tuesday in Bonney Lake and has now burned around 150 acres, four structures. A map from the Northwest Interagency Coordination Center depicting where the wildfires are burning across Washington state as of Thursday. We made this application open access to encourage public and other agency benefit and hope you find it useful! The Pearl Hill Fire started on September 7 at 3.39 a.m. near Bridgeport and spread quickly due to strong winds and low relative humidity. pic.twitter.com/DdyHKqGlOb. Oregon: The state’s Department of Forestry has a map of large active fires, along with historical fire information. There are several active fires in Washington, with the Apple Acres, Babb, Beverly Burke, Cold Springs, Customs Road, Evans Canyon, Inchelium Complex, Jungle Creek, Manning Road, P-515, Palmer, Pearl Hill, Sumner Grade, and Whitney fires currently burning. The Bonney Lake Police Department is urging residents in evacuation areas to leave immediately and encouraging those on the borders of the evacuation area to get ready to go in case the fire spreads. To continue reading login or create an account. Until 11 a.m. PDT on Thursday, there is an air quality warning over King, Kitsap, Lewis, Mason, Pierce, Snohomish, and Thurston counties that ranges from "Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups" to "Unhealthy" due to easterly winds transporting smoke from fires in Eastern Washington over portions of Western Washington. Around 500 residents have been issued Level 3 evacuation notices, affecting areas south and west of SR410 to Angeline Road and Rhodes Lake Road to McCutcheon, including Sky Island. For help, feedback, or suggestions, please send us an e-mail! Evacuations orders, plus road and area closures, are in effect. It is estimated that the fire will be fully contained by October 1. At least three homes have been burned down and Level 3 evacuations are in place. ", You have 4 free articles remaining this month, Sign-up to our daily newsletter for more articles like this + access to 5 extra articles.

The Fire and Smoke Map shows fine particulate (2.5 micron, PM 2.5) pollution data obtained from air quality monitors and sensors.Information is shown on both the EPA’s Air Quality Index scale, using the NowCast AQI algorithm, and also as hourly PM 2.5 concentration values. The Whitney Fire is estimated to have burned more than 100,000 acres, is 0 percent contained, and expected to grow. More than 900 residences are threatened and six have been destroyed. Northwest Interagency Coordination Center Pearl Hill Fire The Evans Canyon Fire has burned more than 75,000 acres and is 80 percent contained. Fire data is available for download or can be viewed through a map interface. Users can subscribe to email alerts bases on their area of interest.

"Unhealthy air quality means that everyone, especially sensitive groups, should limit time spent outdoors, avoid strenuous activities outdoors, and choose light indoor activities. The major fires causing the most damage are the Cold Springs, Pearl Hill, and Evans Canyon fires, which are collectively burning hundreds and thousands of acres. NASA | LANCE | Fire Information for Resource Management System provides near real-time active fire data from MODIS and VIIRS to meet the needs of firefighters, scientists and users interested in monitoring fires. Interactive Fire Maps for Washington A great way to keep track of fire activity is by looking at interactive maps. The National Weather Service says: "While these smoky conditions may vary at times, the continued easterly flow both today and tomorrow as well as little change expected in atmospheric conditions have led to the extension of this alert into Thursday morning. It is currently impacting Bridgeport and Mansfield, but fire growth is expected south and southwest toward Mansfield. Multiple structures have been lost and 110 residences are threatened. Extreme fire weather continues across the region. The Pearl Hill Fire is burning 174,000 acres and is 0 percent contained. A map demonstrating the multiple wildfires that are burning across Washington state on Wednesday, September 9, 2020. This map contains live feed sources for US current wildfire locations and perimeters, VIIRS and MODIS hot spots, wildfire conditions / red flag warnings, and wildfire potential.Each of these layers provides insight into where a fire is located, its intensity and the surrounding areas susceptibility to wildfire. We all need to do everything we can to minimize every single spark because, w/these conditions, a spark could easily result in a wildfire. There are currently 20 large #wildfires burning 476,027 acres in Oregon & Washington. For low-cost sensor data, a correction equation is also applied to mitigate bias in the sensor data. Need Help? Contact Us!

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