Fires fully contained
- Nine Mine Fire: 164 Acres. Contained as of August 17.
- Molybdenite Fire: 55 Acres. Contained as of August 14.
- Moe Canyon Fire: 161 Acres.
- Sherwood Fire: 1,256 Acres.
- Spruce Canyon Fire: 130 Acres.
- Nelson Creek Fire: 154 Acres.
- Hardesty Valley Fire: 30 Acres.
- Hazard Hill Fire: 125 Acres.
Are there any current wildfires in Washington state?
Currently, no active large fires in Oregon and Washington.
Where are the fires in Washington 2020?
2020 — 37 fires (52,543 acres) ↗️ 2021 — 77 fires (1,053,936 acres).
What fires are burning right now?
Current Wildfires Burning in the U.S.
- California. 55 fires. 3,327,311 acres.
- Montana. 82 fires. 983,533 acres.
- Washington. 45 fires. 929,683 acres.
- Oregon. 33 fires. 891,779 acres.
- Idaho. 18 fires. 316,594 acres.
- Arizona. 37 fires. 244,615 acres.
- New Mexico. 18 fires. 115,423 acres.
- Alaska. 1 fires. 50,965 acres.
Are there fires near Leavenworth WA?
The Chikamin Fire is located in the Chikamin Ridge area 22 miles north of Leavenworth, Washington. This fire is burning in heavy timber in steep inaccessible terrain.
What is the biggest fire in Washington state?
This summer has included the largest fire (the Okanogan Complex) in WA state history and the most acres burned since at least 2002.
What is causing all the wildfires?
Nearly 85% of all wildfires in the United States are caused by humans, according to the National Park Service. Another leading cause of fires is lightning, which caused most of the destructive fires in 2020 across the state of California.
Where is Evans Canyon fire?
The 2020 Washington Labor Day fires were part of the 2020 wildfires in the U.S. state of Washington. The Labor Day fires began on September 7, 2020, driven by high winds and some of which were sparked by downed power lines.