Corral Fire 6/21/2017
The Corral Fire is estimated at 16,924 acres and is burning with low to moderate intensity in pinon juniper grassland fuels and some pine stringers. The fire received some precipitation and... more
The Corral Fire is estimated at 20,240 acres. This fire is showing low behavior which is as it should in a fire-adapted ecosystem. Crews have been working to ensure that the fire does not cross Diamond Creek. The area has been black-lined south of the creek. No new growth is anticipated and will be monitored daily until measurable rain has been received. Forest Service Road 150 is open to motorists.
|Current as of|
|Date of Origin||Sunday June 04th, 2017 approx. 07:00 PM|
|Location||2.5 miles west of FR150 and 2 miles south of Diamond Creek|
|Incident Commander||W. Oglesby, ICT4|
|Estimated Containment Date||Monday July 31st, 2017 approx. 08:00 AM|
Tall grass, Timber litter and understory. Grass and juniper on the ridge tops with ponderosa pine stringers in the drainage bottoms.
minimal creeping, backing and smoldering.
Monitor fire activity utilizing Black Mountain Lookout
|Projected Incident Activity|
Minimal fire activity, with pockets of unburned fuels within the fire perimeter.
Drier air aloft will continue to limit the number and coverage of storage today and Saturday. The better chances for storm development will be across the higher terrain where a dry lightning threat will exist.