Current Fire Statistics

In June, hysterical alarmists declared that the west was “literally burning” and that the fires would continue until winter snows fell.

There are no large fires burning in Colorado, New Mexico or Arizona, and it appears that the total fire count this year in the US will likely finish the lowest since at least 2003.

National Interagency Fire Center

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5 Responses to Current Fire Statistics

  1. johnmcguire says:

    Steven , why are you using facts ? It’s the warmist feelings that count don’t cha know .

  2. Curious George says:

    8 new large fires reported yesterday according to the National Interagency Fire Center.. How is this an indication of some positive news? Also, in terms of forest fires in the US or the world for that matter, why are you focused only on Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado? Is it because you are focused on the west? Here is a list of current, active, large fires in the west. I count 35 large fires currently burning. To me, a layman, that sounds like a lot not a little. P.S. love your work, keep it up.

    Arizona (1)
    California (9)
    Idaho (8)
    Montana (5)
    Nevada (8)
    Oregon (1)
    Utah (2)
    Washington (1)

  3. Andy DC says:

    Lack of fires, lack of tornadoes and lack of hurricanes are all totally consistent with AGW (sarc.)

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