With warm dry conditions persisting over the fire area, the Minto Lakes Fire continues to push in a northeastern direction. The fire is estimated to be 10,300 acres with most of the growth on the northeast front of the fire. The forecasted weather shows temperatures to remain in the high 70’s to low 80’s, with light winds from the southwest. These conditions are expected to continue to push the fire to the northeast, with some fire continuing to back on the south end of the fire perimeter.
The Central Oregon Type 3 Fire Management team is in place, with more resource’s ordered from Oregon, Colorado, California and Wyoming. Today fire personnel assessed structure protection needs along the Chatanika River Corridor. Due to poor air quality, air resources were unable to fly the fire today.
Minto Lakes Fire Information: 2022.Mintolakes@firenet.gov
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