This site is an effort by many city, county, tribal, state and federal agencies to coordinate and aggregate information for Oregon communities affected by wildfire smoke. The information is posted here by the agencies themselves while volunteers built and are maintaining the page.
Oregon Smoke Information
The map above is not able to show all state air quality monitors. To see the whole set, go to the left column, under Hot Links and click on DEQ Air Quality map which will bring up a map with many additional state monitors. Round icons represent permanent state air quality monitors, triangular icons represent temporary smoke monitors (when deployed).
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
July 15, 2015, Update
and stable NW flow aloft will be over us for the next couple of days and burning
conditions should remain benign with this scenario. A generally dry
forecast is expected across Oregon for the next 36 hours with lightning decreasing
significantly, although wind will increase through gaps in the Cascades
and ultimately across northern portions of Eastern Oregon. Another low pressure
system will drop into the Pacific Northwest over the weekend as a weak thermal
trough will likely set up in the Cascades on Saturday. This could elevate burning conditions a bit across eastern Oregon with a chance of scattered
thunderstorms on Saturday. All in all, no critical levels of "significant
fire potential" are expected during the next 10 days.
are still two fires ongoing in Oregon, although they are all at or near full
suppression at this time:
Corner Creek OR-OCF-000297. IMT3. 11
miles S of Dayville OR. Start 6/29. Full Suppression. Brush/Grass/Timber.
Cause: Lightning. 29,407 acres (+0). 85% containment. Smoldering fire behavior.
Precipitation received. Mop-up ongoing.
ICT4. 10 miles SE of Dayville, OR. Start 6/29. Timber. Confine/Full
Suppression. Timber. Cause: Lightning. 770 acres (+0). 15% containment.
Minimal fire behavior due to precipitation.