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Latest Fire Situation Report for January 25--No Active Burn Bans Reported

Mon, 25 Jan 2021 13:15:29 CST

Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry

PROTECTION AREA STATISTICS January 19, 2020 through January 24, 2021
NE Area 3 Fires Burned 67 Acres (Cause: 3-Incendiary)
EC Area 2 Fires Burned 4 Acres (Cause: 2-Incendiary)
SE Area 3 Fires Burned 16 Acres (Cause: 3-Incendiary)
Large / Significant Fire Activity within the Protection Area: No New Activity

Fire Activity with OFS Response outside of the Protection Area: No New Activity

OFS Prescribed Fire Activity: No New Activity

FIRE DEPARTMENT STATISTICS from www.firereporting.ok.gov reported January 19-January 24, 2021
Minimal Initial Attack Activity Observed
No New Activity Reported

Statewide Discussion: A storm moving across Oklahoma Sunday evening continuing in Southeast Oklahoma this morning
provided an impressive dose of moisture for January tamping back the buildup of fuel dryness. Temperatures this afternoon will
range from the 30?s in the northwest to near 70? southeast as drier air pushes up from the south. Dampened fuels will remain
well outside of concern today with low fire danger indices statewide.

Near-term: Precipitation chances develop again Tuesday and Tuesday evening across most of Oklahoma. The best opportunity
will occur Panhandle where some snow is likely. No significant fire danger is expected through the work week noting that a
warming trend is forecasted ahead of a warming trend and likelihood of strong and gusty winds Friday. At this time, fire danger
appears to be muted with recent precipitation and the lack of significant drying ahead of the system and precipitation chances
heading into Saturday. The system does merit monitoring and an update to the Oklahoma Wildfire Situation Report will be issued
later this week.

The Oklahoma Wildfire Outlook will be issued tomorrow.
Burn Bans: None

**Refer to http://www.forestry.ok.gov/burn-ban-info for the most current burn ban information and links to specific burn ban
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