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MNICS Situation Report

Detail Report
Dispatch Office Detailed Situation Report - by Protection
Report Date:   06/24/2016
Geographic Area:  Eastern Area Coordination Center
Dispatch Office:  Minnesota Interagency Fire Center
Preparedness Level:  II
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Wildfire Activity:
AgencyUnit NameUnit IDFire DangerP/LNew Human FiresNew Human AcresNew Lightning FiresNew Lightning AcresUncntrld FiresHuman Fires (YTD)Human Acres (YTD)Lightning Fires (YTD)Lightning Acres (YTD)
BIAMinnesota AgencyMN-MNAL20000010098100
Midwest Regional OfficeMN-MRAL2000000000
Red Lake AgencyMN-RLAL20000038788500
BIA000004871,86600
FSChippewa National ForestMN-CPFL200000409000
Superior National ForestMN-SUFL20000013400
FS00000539400
FWSAgassiz National Wildlife RefugeMN-AGRL2000000000
Big Stone National Wildlife RefugeMN-BGRL200000114600
Morris National Wildlife RefugeMN-BNRL2000000000
Crane Meadows National Wildlife RefugeMN-CMRL20000013300
Detroit Lakes Wetland Management DistrictMN-DLRL200000461600
Fergus Falls Wetland Management DistrictMN-FFRL20000026800
Glacial RidgeMN-GLRL2000002200
Hamden Slough National Wildlife RefugeMN-HSRL2000001900
Litchfield Wetland Management DistrictMN-LFRL20000014300
Minnesota Valley National Wildlife RefugeMN-MVRL2000001100
Rice Lake National Wildlife RefugeMN-RLRL2000000000
Rydell National Wildlife RefugeMN-RYRL2000000000
Sherburne National Wildlife RefugeMN-SBRL2000000000
Tamarac National Wildlife RefugeMN-TMRL2000000000
Winona District of the Upper Mississippi ComplexMN-WNRL2000000000
Windom Wetland Management DistrictMN-WWRL2000000000
FWS000001391800
NPSIsle Royale National ParkMI-IRPL2000000000
Grand Portage National MonumentMN-GPPL2000000000
Pipestone National MonumentMN-PSPL2000000000
Voyageurs National ParkMN-VOPL2000001021
Saint Croix National Scenic RiverWI-SCPL2000000000
NPS000001021
STMinnesota Department of Natural ResourcesMN-MNSL2310007236,54100
ST310007236,54100
Grand Total:310001,2779,41921
Count of Units at Fire Danger Level:
LowMediumHighVery HighExtreme
270000
Prescribed Fires Daily Report:
AgencyUnitNew FiresNew AcresYTD FiresYTD Acres
BIAMN-MNA0017727
MN-MRA002113
MN-RLA00543,101
BIA002443,941
FSMN-CPF00103,810
MN-SUF0030830
FS00404,640
FWSMN-AGR0083,337
MN-BGR0063,082
MN-BNR00264,168
MN-CMR002453
MN-DLR00132,613
MN-FFR00203,191
MN-GLR002626
MN-HSR0011
MN-LFR00111,351
MN-MVR007660
MN-RLR0000
MN-RYR0000
MN-SBR00113,406
MN-TMR003360
MN-WNR0000
MN-WWR00312,270
FWS0014125,518
NPSMI-IRP0000
MN-GPP0000
MN-PSP00171
MN-VOP0000
WI-SCP00280
NPS003151
STMN-MNS00705,997
ST00705,997
Grand Total:0027880,247
Remarks by Reporting Office:
Remarks
Today has been a typical summer day for MN with high pressure bringing sunny skies, but chances for precip in some areas. Storms are expected to spread from west to east on Saturday afternoon and evening; some could be severe with damaging winds and large hail. The storms are ahead of a cold front that will move through Saturday night. Behind the cold front, west winds will be gusting to 30-40 mph at times. Cooler temps are expected Sunday with chances of precip north. Next report is June 27.
Large Incidents:
   No Large Incidents to Report.
Large Fire Totals:
AcreagePersonnelHand Crew (Type 1)Hand Crew (Type 2)Helicopter (Type 1)Helicopter (Type 2)Helicopter (Type 3)EnginesOverhead
Who is on call?
Dispatch IDOn-call
MN-MFCMIFC Duty Officer: BJ Glesener - 218-360-1813 USFS Duty Officer: 218-327-4175
NameAgencyStateUnit
Bisaillon Summer Slash PilesFWSMNWWR
Planned Start DateNumber of DaysAcresStrategy/Fuel Type
06/22/20163512, 13
VORLegalLatitude/Longitude
NR101 36 843?? 33' 58" / 95?? 11' 5"
Remarks
Jackson County
Report Date: 06/22/2016
Jun 24, 201613:22:15 PM