Oregon Fire Map Track Fires & Evacuations Near Me Today [September 8]

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As written in the page by Fast News: InciwebOregon Fires Near MeFires continue to cause issues during the hot, dry summer months in Oregon as the month of September begins. Here are the details about the latest fire and red flag warning information for the states as of September 8, 2020. Read on for the latest details about the wildfires’ locations, containment, evacuations. Remember to also check your local news sources, as fire details can change quickly and with little warning. Interactive Fire Maps for OregonA great way to keep track of fire activity is by looking at interactive maps. You can see an interactive map of the Oregon and Washington fires here, provided by NIFC.gov. You can also see the map below. Just click “OK” to get past the flash screen. One of the best interactive maps available right now is Inciweb’s map. You can see the full map here. Inciweb is “an interagency all-risk incident information management system.” There’s an embeddable Google Map that includes Inciweb fires, which you can see below and also here. Depending on your browser, you may need to zoom into the map below using the + button within the map or go to the “Layers” dropdown box and turn off everything but Wildfire Preparedness and Inciweb Wildfire Information. Here’s another real-time fire map via Public RAPTOR for the Oregon area:You can see weather warnings and Inciweb fire notices in Washington and Oregon in Google’s Crisis map at this link or on the map below. Depending on your browser, you may need to click the + sign to zoom into your region. The Statesman Journal also provides a live map here. Next are details on the individual fires for September 8, 2020, in alphabetical order. Some fires that are 100% contained may not be included, and this list is focusing mostly on major fires in the region. Individual Oregon FiresPlease note that evacuation details can change rapidly, so stay tuned to your local news for the latest on evacuations. Local city and Sheriff’s office Facebook and Twitter pages are also good sources for local evacuation updates in Oregon. Beachie Creek FireThis fire was estimated to be 513 acres as of September 7 at 11:37 a.m., according to Inciweb. But since then it has exploded in size. Oregon Gov. Kate Brown approved emergency declarations on September 8 because of the Beachie Creek and Lionshead Fires, and the Holiday Farm Fire, OPB reported. Here’s a look at an evacuation notice from September 7. Note that this may no longer be accurate. On September 7, Inciweb noted:Deputies from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office have continued to speak with Fire Management officials battling the Beachie Creek and Lionshead Fires in eastern Marion County. The evacuation level for Breitenbush Hot Springs and the Devil’s Creek summer home community is being raised to Level 3 – “Go”. Residents in those areas should evacuate now.\n\nAll data is taken from the source: http://heavy.com\nArticle Link: https://heavy.com/news/2020/09/oregon-fire-map-near-me-september-8-evacuations/\n\n#Oregonfiremap #newscnn #newstodayworld #newsworldabc #newsworldfox #newstodayoncnn #

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