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Fire Status
UNKNOWN
Last Updated
3 days ago
Fire Start
Saturday, July 16, 2022 6:00 PM MDT
Incident #
2022-NWCG-8353
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Incident Overview

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Incident Photo for the Revais Fire

Revais Fire Update
Start Date: August 20, 2022

Cause: Lightning

Location: 4 miles west of Dixon Montana

Estimate Size: 20 acres

Containment: 0%

Personnel: 55

Incident Command: Local Type 4 organization, Josh Williams, Incident Commander, Cody Couture, Trainee.
Evacuations and Closures: There are no evacuations and there are no structures threatened at this time. The 6000 and 7000 Roads are closed in Revais. The 7000 Road from Valley Creek coming into Revais is closed. The 6000 Road from Magpie coming into Revais is closed.
Activity: This fire is located in very steep, rocky, rugged terrain. Aviation will be used to slow the fire. A control line and fuel break are being constructed at the bottom of Revais Creek near structures.
Weather: Mostly cloudy. Rain showers and chance of thunderstorms. Temp- 80-85 valleys and 60-65 ridges. RH- 40-50 percent valleys and 60-70 percent ridges. Wind- Southeast 5-10 mph early in the morning becoming southwest in the afternoon.

Basic Incident Details

Incident Type
Wildfire
Cause
Lightning
Location
4 miles west of Dixon, Montana
Incident Commander
Local Type 4 organization, Josh Williams, Incident Commander, Cody Couture, Trainee.
Coordinates
47.273, -114.399

Current Situation

Total Personnel
55
Size (Acres)
20
Significant Events
There are no evacuations and there are no structures threatened at this time. The 6000 and 7000 Roads are closed in Revais. The 7000 Road from Valley Creek coming into Revais is closed. The 6000 Road from Magpie coming into Revais is closed.

Planned Outlook

Planned Actions
This fire is located in very steep, rocky, rugged terrain. Aviation will be used to slow the fire. A control line and fuel break are being constructed at the bottom of Revais Creek near structures.

Weather Synopsis

Weather Concerns
Mostly cloudy. Rain showers and chance of thunderstorms. Temp- 80-85 valleys and 60-65 ridges. RH- 40-50 percent valleys and 60-70 percent ridges. Wind- Southeast 5-10 mph early in the morning becoming southwest in the afternoon.

Fire Incident Contact

Incident Contact
CT Camel
Email: ct.camel@cskt.org
Phone: 406-676-2550
Fire Unit Information
Flathead Agency
Bureau of Indian Affairs
PO Box 40 Pablo Montana 59855
Pablo, MT 59855