Wildfire smoke map, July 9, 2018

wildfire smoke forecast july 9 2018

This is the prediction for the distribution of wildfire smoke for 6 p.m. MDT July 9, 2018. It is an experimental forecast from NOAA’s Earth System Research Laboratory.

The scientists expect significant smoke impacts Monday in areas of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana.

Most of the smoke is coming from the Klamathon Fire on the Oregon/California border and the Martin Fire in Northern Nevada.

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Author: Bill Gabbert

After working full time in wildland fire for 33 years, he continues to learn, and strives to be a Student of Fire.

6 thoughts on “Wildfire smoke map, July 9, 2018”

  1. This site sucks too. Who wants to see smoke maps of old fires. I would like to see a smoke map of today. What good does it do me to see a smoke map from 20 days ago?

    1. You commented on an article that was written and posted 20 days earlier. We occasionally post information about wildfire smoke, but not every day. You can see them all, including the most current, here. https://wildfiretoday.com/tag/smoke/

      After you do a search with Google you can click on search tools, and then anytime, and specify for instance that you only want to see an article published within the last 24 hours.

  2. Thanks for providing the updated map. When I looked out this morning I made the comment, “that looks like drift smoke.” I was flying last night in the area just enjoying the evening and thought then that it doesn’t seem as clear tonight as usual. Now I know why.


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