33 Springs Fire

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33 Springs Fire

INCIDENT UPDATED 10/13/2017

Approximate Location

34.478 latitude, -111.087 longitude

Incident Overview

A lightning strike ignited the 33 Springs Fire on October 6, 2017. The fire is in rough, rugged terrain in Leonard Canyon, 17 miles northwest of Forest Lakes and bordering the Coconino National Forest. Southwest winds produced strong gusty winds today but the fire lines held and there was no additional growth. Dozer lines and hand lines are complete around the perimeter of the fire, and crews continued to patrol and mop up the southern, eastern and northern flanks of the fire today. On October 14, the 33 Springs Fire is planned to transition from a Type 3 fire to a Type 4 fire because it has become less complex and less of a threat. No changes are expected over the weekend, however, the fire will be constantly evaluated and monitored by fire personnel on the scene.


Basic Information

Current as of
Incident TypeWildfire
CauseLightning/natural
Date of OriginFriday October 06th, 2017 approx. 12:15 PM
Location17 mile NW of Forest Lakes
Incident CommanderJosh Miller

Current Situation

Total Personnel70
Size1,685 Acres
Percent of Perimeter Contained50%
Estimated Containment DateFriday October 20th, 2017 approx. 12:00 AM
Fuels Involved

Timber (Litter and Understory), Timber (Grass and Understory)

Significant Events

Minimal, Smoldering

Outlook

Planned Actions

Continue to hold fire line and mop up.

Projected Incident Activity

Minimal movement

Current Weather

Weather Concerns

Strong gusty winds predicted for the rest of today, later tonight and tomorrow. Dry weather conditions and no expected precipitation in the 10 day forecast.

Unit Information

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Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
30 S. Chiricahua Dr.
Springerville, AZ 85938
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Incident Contact

Steven Johnson
Email: stevenmjohnson02@fs.fed.us
Phone: 928-333-6336

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