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Monday timeline: County evacuation notice, Museum Fire burning 1,800 acres | News



The latest information from Tuesday will be included in our update article, which can be found here.

Original article published at 8:41 am on Monday, July 22:

The Fire Museum burning in the mountains north of Flagstaff reached more than 1,000 acres after illuminating the San Francisco Peaks Sunday Night

"Wildland firefighters are using every available aerial platform in the southwest region on a wildfire in the Dry Lake Hills area north of Flagstaff today, "according to US

While the Coconino National Forest expected to carry out burnout operations last night, officials say they were unable to do so due to the fire's behavior. The active fire was sending out embers forward and starting smaller fires ahead of itself, commonly called spotting, meaning officials were only able to use indirect suppression tactics where they could

Spotting occurred toward the east as hand crews worked to create a fire line to move to containment. Simultaneously, the planes and helicopters are attempting to suppress the fire by air.

The goal for the fire is to keep it east and south of Forest Road 420 or Schultz Pass Road, west of Highway 89 and north of Pipeline Road.

"The fire was flanked with a retardant and water from more than a dozen aircraft Sunday in an effort to keep it in the Schultz Pass area and limit its spread north and south," according to the release. hours after the fire had begun, it shot up to 400 acres. Now, as of 7:45 am the fire has burned approximately 1

,000 acres. While people have flocked to social media to document the fire from the streets with photos and comments, forest officials are reminding people that drones of any kind are prohibited from flying over the area. If a drone is spotted, the forest officials ask you to call 911.

"When an unidentified aircraft, manned or unmanned, is sighted in the fire, all air operations must shut down immediately," according to the release. ] Heavy smoke will be visible from Flagstaff and other local communities. The public should use extreme caution when driving on U.S.

This article was updated at 10:50 a.m. on Monday, July 22:

Coconino County has released new pre-evacuation orders for the Flagstaff area, entering the "Set" stage on Monday, July 22.

The area includes west of Highway 89 from Railhead north to Townsend -Winona, including the KOA Campground, the Christmas Tree Estates and the US Forest Service Peaks Ranger Station Office

The new communities are added to the current pre-evacuation list including Mt. Elden Lookout Estates, North and West of Highway 89 and Silver Saddle; Hutcheson Acres; McCann Estates; all Timberline communities including Black Bill Park; Wupatki Trails;

The Coconino County Sheriff's Office has determined that the new communities need to be added to the "Set" of Pine Mountain Estates

Additionally, the county has suggested that all of Flagstaff enter the "Ready" or "prepare now" stage. and "Ready" stages after using US Forest Service aerial assessment of the fire. The Sheriff's Office and law enforcement personnel will go through these neighborhoods to let people know of the "Set" stage and be ready for future evacuation orders.

The American Red Cross set up a shelter at Sinagua Middle School, 3950 E Butler Ave., Flagstaff, AZ yesterday. Please contact the Coconino Humane Association for help with pets. For a large animal shelter of any kind, please contact the call center 928-213-2990.



 Museum Fire Pre-evacuation Stage Map - Monday, 11 am

As of late Monday morning, the following areas and neighborhoods have been added to the "Set" stage: W of Hwy of 89 from Railhead north to Townsend-Winona, including the KOA, Christmas Tree Estates and the US Forest Service Peaks Ranger Station Office



This article was updated at 12:30 PM. on Monday, July 22:

As 200 fire officers battle the Museum Fire on the forests of San Francisco Peaks, weather forecasters are concerned with how their Monday forecast will impact wildfire conditions

George Jozens, spokesperson for the Coconino

"We're trying to keep the fire," said the National Forest, saying their main tactics for the Museum, "Fire burning through the woods on top of the Flagstaff peaks, was a fire suppression on the flanks and fire lines on the east side of the blaze. east and south of Schultz Pass Road, to the north of Mt. Elden Lookout Road and the West of Brookbank trail, "Jozens said. He added that they have been using more than a dozen aircraft to put down a retardant and water today, which has been effective on the flanks of the fire

Meteorologist Darren McCollum with the National Weather Service forecast warmer temperatures throughout the day, and said any possibility of thunderstorms today would probably be small systems that bring wind and lightning, but little to no rain

The small systems might strike once or twice, McCollum said, adding there was a low probability of creating another serious fire. The small systems could create winds of up to 35mph, with winds moving in directions relative to where any small thunderstorms form.

For this reason, the weather service's main concern at this time is the personnel on the ground fighting the fire.

"People in the field, they have other things they're working on and they may not be paying close attention to what's going on above them," McCollum said. "These storms can build up in a hurry and produce a quick lightning strike. We want to keep people safe out there. "

McCollum said at 10 pm that their most recent data forecasts smoke to continue to impact areas far east of Flagstaff including Doney Park, Winona, Cosnino and areas to the north and east of downtown Flagstaff

However, satellite imagery the weather service posted on social media from 11 pm to 11:30 pm

According to the National Weather Service, the monsoon season so far – June 15 through July 20 – has been the fourth driest on record, with only 0.14 inches of precipitation. Flagstaff received 2.14 inches of rain in the same span of last year, and averages 1.60 inches in NWS records dating back to the 1800s.

Tomorrow, weather forecasts for the evening, mostly cloudy after 11 am. They forecast a 40% chance of rainfall in the night

Meteorologists also expect rain on Wednesday, with a 60% chance of precipitation

This article was updated at 2:45 pm. on Monday, July 22:

Coconino County has added the following communities to the pre-evacuation notice, marking them in the "Set" stage on Monday, July 22.

The new additions to the list include west of Weatherford Road, north of 180, Peak View Country Store, Magdalena, Kelly McCoy, Forest Hills, Valley Crest, and Locket Meadows

Other areas already in the "Set" or pre-evacuation stage are areas of Mt. Elden Lookout Estates, North and West of Highway 89 and Silver Saddle, Hutcheson Acres, McCann Estates all of Timberline communities including Little Elden Springs, Black Bill Park, Wupatki Trails and Pine Mountain Estates, West of Highway 89 from Railhead north to Townsend -Winona, including the KOA Campground, the Christmas Tree Estates and the US Forest Service Peaks Ranger Station Office

The rest of the city has been placed in the "Ready" stage

During the Set notification, residents are asked to pack any emergency items, be able to sustain for 72 hours and get information on the fire from official resources such as the Coconino County website, Facebook and Twitter, Facebook and Twitter of the City of Flagstaff and the US

A call center has been activated for people with questions: (928) -213-2990

People are also encouraged to sign up for emergency notifications for evacuations and other notices at coconino. az.gov/ready.

The American Red Cross has set up a shelter at Sinagua Middle School, 3950 E. Butler Ave., Flagstaff, AZ. For people in need of pet sheltering, please contact the Coconino Humane Association. For large animal sheltering, please contact the call center.

Drones of any kind are prohibited from flying over the area. When an unidentified aircraft, manned or unmanned, is in the fire area, all air operations must be shut down immediately. This poses significant risk to the fire personnel and suspends crucial air suppression tactics.

This article was updated at 3:25 pm on Monday, July 22:

Coconino County has issued an evacuation notice for communities along Schultz Pass and Elden Lookout Road as from 3:20 pm Monday, placing these neighborhoods in the "Go" stage.

Residents have until 6 pm to evacuate.

This article was updated at 3:45 pm on Monday, July 22:

Flagstaff Mayor Coral Evans and Coconino County Board of Supervisor Chair Lena Fowler has declared States of Emergency on behalf of City of Flagstaff and Coconino County due to the impact of Museum Fire that started Sunday, July 21.

The declaration paves the way for Governor Doug Ducey to provide additional emergency state funding to help manage and fight the fire

A similar state of emergency was declared last year in response to record rainfall that caused substantial flooding in parts of Coconino County

According to local officials, Ducey is kept informed of the situation and is looking to make additional money available as soon as a state of emergency is declared. Mayor Evans also asked that Flagstaff residents remain calm as they listen to and follow the directions of emergency personnel

"We are a strong community; we are resilient; we will walk through this difficult time together, "Evans wrote in her statement. "Our thoughts and prayers need to be with all the first responders and their families. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. "

This article was updated at 5:25 pm on Monday, July 22:

The Museum Fire has been downgraded from 1,000 acres to 800 acres, according to the most recent incident on Inciweb.

The news comes as National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for parts of Coconino County. The warning will last from 5 pm until 7:45 pm The thunderstorm produces heavy rain over the highline fire scar. and one inch of rain has already fallen.

This article was last updated at 8:10 pm and is filed under Mead Ranch, Whispering Pines pm on Monday, July 22.

According to Inciweb's Fire Museum, the total acres burned is now at 1,800. The previous reduction to 800 acres was due to a typo at 5:25 pm

Joel Barnett, the spokesperson for the Southwest Incident Management Team Two, said the fire was at 1,000 acres as of last night. The fire grew about 800 acres in about 24 hours and now has 600 staff working on the blaze

No flights will be made during the night; they will resume at daybreak tomorrow. Overnight, the team's plan will be an indirect suppression on ground.

"This is going to be a 100% suppression effort. The team has come in and we are getting to speed. Community firefighter safety is our No. 1 priority, "Barnett said.

This article was updated at 9:15 pm on Monday, July 22.

Coconino County reported late Monday night scam calls were being The Coconino County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that they are not calling anyone to evacuate, other than Monday's previous evacuation for Elden Lookout Road and Schultz Pass.Register these scam calls to 774-4523, the non-emergency sheriff's phone number


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