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Fire activity increases with hot, dry weather

Alaska wildland fire roundup for June 14 1:00 p.m.- As expected, a high-pressure ridge that is bringing hotter, drier conditions across Alaska is also producing more fire activity around the state. Two hot spots were found in the remnants of the 25,260-acre Bogus Creek Fire in southwest Alaska during an infrared flight on Saturday. A […]

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Minimal fire activity on Chisana River 2 Fire due to cool, wet weather

Alaska wildland fire roundup for Saturday, June 13 1:00 p.m. —With the return of hot, dry weather, fire danger across most of Alaska is expected to ramp up again starting this weekend following two weeks of unseasonably cool, wet conditions. A high-pressure ridge will build over mainland Alaska starting today and is forecast to last […]

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Rain and cooler temps will give way to much warmer, dryer, stable weather

Wildland fire round up for June 12 1:00 p.m. — A high-pressure ridge is building in behind the low-pressure system that has brought rain and cooler temperatures across most of Alaska the past couple of days. Scattered rain showers are still possible today in the eastern Interior and Alaska Range. Thunderstorms may form along the […]

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Rain, snow, cooler temps dampen fire activity

June 11 Alaska Wildland Fire Update 12:00 p.m. – Thanks to rain and cooler temperatures prevailing across much of the state, there were no new wildland fires reported in Alaska on Wednesday, ending a string of 41 consecutive days dating back to May 1 with at least one new fire reported in the state. Significant […]

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Cold front sweeps across Alaska

Wildland fire roundup for June 10 12:00 p.m. —For the second time in as many weeks, a cold front coming out of the Arctic will bring rain and cooler temperatures across Alaska. A winter storm warning is in effect for the northeastern Brooks Range. Up to a foot of snow is forecasted for Atigun Pass. […]

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Wildland fire update for Tuesday, June 9

12:30p.m.—As work winds down on two lightning-caused, tundra fires in southwest Alaska, firefighters are bracing for fires in other parts of the state that are drying out. Red Flag Warnings for high fire danger have been issued today for the eastern Alaska Range, Deltana and Tanana Flats, and the Upper Tanana Valley/Fortymile country due to […]

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