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STATE WIDE STATTISTICS
YEAR FIRES ACRES
2012 719 3186.4

 

Dist 17 Fire Stats
YEAR FIRES ACRES
2012 97 834.2 Acres
2011 25 22.9 Acres
2010 45 86.4 Acres
2009 55 80.3 Acres
2008 130 187.1 Acres
2007 71 158.7 Acres
2006 144 233.9 Acres
2005 80 127.0 Acres
2004 22 29.7 Acres
2003 30 20.8 Acres

 

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Today79
Yesterday79
Week610
Month1950
All144981

 

TODAYS FIRE DANGER LEVEL

Eastern Area – HIGH
(Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware, Philadelphia)

Northern Area –HIGH
(Berks, Lehigh, Northampton)

Southern AreaHIGH
(Lancaster, Chester)

 

High fire danger means all fine dead fuels ignite readily and fires start easily from most causes.  Unattended brush and camp fires are likely to escape.  Fires spread rapidly and short distance spotting is common.  Fires may become serious and their control difficult unless they are attacked successfully while small.  Outdoor burning should be restricted to early morning and late evening hours.

 

DAILY REPORTS
Daily EACC Briefing
Nationwide Large Fires Map

Eastern Area Deployments
EA SIT REP
NATIONAL SIT REP
7 day Fire Potential

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