Terrain Satellite
Jackalope
FIRE
11,520
acres
7.9 mi
NW of Hoover, TX
100%
contained
CONTAINED
Last Updated:
1 month ago
Incident #:
2020-NWCG-7238
Fire Start:
Sunday, October 11, 2020 10:45 AM CDT

Current Weather

Fire Growth Potential


Fire Weather Forecast


Incident Overview Updated: 1 month ago

Incident Photo for the Jackalope Fire

Texas A&M Forest Service is responding to the Jackalope Fire in Roberts county. The Jackalope fire is currently burning in a grass fuel type and is being managed in unified command with local fire department resources.

Basic Information

Incident Type:
Wildfire
Cause:
Mechanical- Roadside Start
Date of Origin:
Sunday October 11th, 2020 approx. 03:45 PM
Location:
North of Pampa off Hwy 70
Incident Commander:
Kevin Daly, Texas A&M Forest Service
Incident Description:
Wildfire Response
Coordinates:
35.688, -100.931
Size (Acres):
11,520
Containment:
100%
Estimated Containment Date:
Wednesday October 14th, 2020 approx. 05:00 PM
Fuels Involved:
Grass
Projected Incident Activity:
Containment
Remarks:
Fire is now at 100% containment

Weather Synopsis

Weather Concerns:
Temperatures are lower today after the cold front passage but expected to increase over the next couple of days. Winds will return back to SW this afternoon. RH will decrease later this afternoon causing fuels to continue to dry.

Incident Contact

Incident Contact
James DeGrazia
Email: james.degrazia@tfs.tamu.edu
Phone: 8062205156
Hours: 0800-2200
Fire Unit Information
Texas A&M Forest Service
Texas
College Station, TX 77845