27 mins, 33 secs ago
Wednesday, August 26, 2020 4:39 PM MDT
US Forest Service — Boise National Forest
CRW2 CRW41 CRW5 E1424 E1425 E441 F BC4 F F1 HB-0TJ PT41
Prot: d04 / USFS id-bof, owner: usfs, county: valley, sghab: , elev: 7200' - 7400', acec: , wldns: , rfd:
Fire Weather Forecast
Basic Information Updated: 6 hours, 45 mins ago
Date of Origin:
Wednesday August 26th, 2020 approx. 03:30 PM
30 miles NE of Cascade, ID
Sean Whalen- Bureau of Land Management NV
Active Flanking Spotting
Estimated Containment Date:
Thursday October 01st, 2020 approx. 12:00 AM
Subalpine Fir - dead and down
Road and Trail closures in effect. Johnson Creek Road is open.
Helicopters will be used to slow the fires progression out of Trapper creek and Buck Creek in order to minimize the impacts to Johnson creek road, critical infrastructure and structures with the intent to hold fire in check until more favorable conditions can be achieved.
Projected Incident Activity:
The fire area will experience temps in the lower 60s with low RH values of 29-36% (for this time of year) with winds that will be variable around 5mph in the morning and becoming southwest 3 to 7 mph in the afternoon. Due to the precipitation over the fire and current fire behavior observed on 9/19 it is anticipated that there will be moderate activity until fuels have dried out.
A couple of tenths of rain will be possible through Saturday. We will be monitoring the fire for thunderstorm development.
Conditions will remain relatively cool on Sunday with dry westerly flow aloft. Then, southwest flow aloft will develop Monday leading to a warmer and drier trend with passing mid to high clouds.
Hours: M-F 9-4 p.m.
Fire Unit Information
Boise National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
1249 S. Vinnell Way
Boise, Idaho, ID 83709
Boise Interagency Dispatch Center
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