Fire Situation Report - April 6, 2018

Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry - Forestry Services

PROTECTION AREA STATISTICS* for Reporting Period 0800 04/05/18 thru 0800 04/06/18 

NE Area – No New Activity

EC Area – No New Activity

SE Area – No New Activity

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 recorded on 04/05/18 thru 04/06/18 

  • No new fire activity reported

Statewide Discussion: 

A cold front moving from north to south through Oklahoma today will usher in precipitation chances and falling temperatures limiting fire danger today and into the weekend.  Fire danger today will be further limited by sky cover and elevated relative humidity values; however strong winds this afternoon may prove challenging in southwest Oklahoma should any fire become established ahead of the potential precipitation in western counties. 
A warming and drying trend is forecast to initiate Sunday developing into mid-week.  A careful analysis of fire danger potential will be completed Monday assessing precipitation totals and the effect on fuels.  Given good potential for relaxed fire danger over the next two days, the next update to the Oklahoma Wildfire Situation Report will be issued on Monday, April 9, 2018. 

Resources: Resource Hotline (800) 800-2481

2 – OFS Suppression Groups OHP/OFS Aerial Observation Platform 2 – Air Attack Platform

2 - Type 1 Helicopter 4 - Single Engine Air Tankers

Burn Ban Status:

 RED = Governor’s Burn Ban

YELLOW = County Burn Ban

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