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Valley wildfires 100-percent contained; some areas still closed

Valley wildfires 100-percent contained; some areas still closed

Fire managers reported 100-percent containment on all three major wildfires in the Methow Valley as of Monday (Aug. 25). Fire activity on the Upper Falls Fire, which burned 8,100 acres in the Chewuch drainage, is limited to smoldering in heavy dead and downed fuels. Crews are continuing suppression-repair work on the fire. The Little Bridge...
Upper Falls, Little Bridge Creek and Carlton Complex (Aug. 27)

Upper Falls, Little Bridge Creek and Carlton Complex (Aug. 27)

Wednesday, August 27, 2014  TWISP, WA:  High pressure in the area continues a warming and drying trend. Above normal temperatures expected through Thursday. Smoldering in the heavy dead and down fuels is still a possibility as things dry out in all three burn areas. Crews continue to backhaul excess equipment and complete suppression repair work....
Upper Falls, Little Bridge Creek and Carlton Complex Fire update (Aug. 26)

Upper Falls, Little Bridge Creek and Carlton Complex Fire update (Aug. 26)

Fire Update Upper Falls, Little Bridge Creek, and Carlton Complex  Information:  509-997-0880 Tuesday, August 26, 2014  TWISP, WA:  A high pressure building over all three fires will continue to result in a gradual warming and drying trend. This is expected to last until the end of the week. High winds are predicted for Thursday and Friday over...
Upper Falls, Little Bridge Creek and Carlton Complex Fire update (Aug. 25)

Upper Falls, Little Bridge Creek and Carlton Complex Fire update (Aug. 25)

Monday, August 25, 2014  TWISP, WA:  Today, a Type 3 Team led by Incident Commander Aaron Thompson took over all three fires from Beth Lund’s Type 1 National Incident Team. IC Thompson will oversee all crews still assigned to the incident. Suppression repair work will continue on all three fire burn areas. Partly cloudy skies...
Carlton Complex/Upper Falls/Little Bridge Complex fire update (Aug. 23, 2014)

Carlton Complex/Upper Falls/Little Bridge Complex fire update (Aug. 23, 2014)

Saturday, August 23, 2014   TWISP, WA:  Scattered showers and thunderstorms were predicted through Friday evening with the potential for additional flash flooding. Luckily, storms skirted around the locations of the fires and fire camp, giving personnel time to regroup and focus on mop up operations, suppression repair work and cleaning up fire camp. Saturday...
Fire activity called minimal after rain

Fire activity called minimal after rain

By Marcy Stamper
With rain falling on local fires last week—more than an inch in some places—and cooler temperatures, fire crews have been able to get closer to the two most active fires, the Little Bridge Creek Fire in the Twisp River drainage, and the Upper Falls Fire in the Chewuch drainage.
Little Bridge Creek/Upper Falls/Carlton Complex Fire update (Aug. 21)

Little Bridge Creek/Upper Falls/Carlton Complex Fire update (Aug. 21)

A large scale demobilization of resources for all fires is in progress.  Smoke will continue to remain in the area as interior portions of unburned fuels will smolder and occasionally torch. A cooling trend will continue in the area through Friday.  Cloud cover will continue to increase by late today into Friday and widespread, wetting...
Twisp River and Lake Chelan Sawtooth Wilderness Closures Lifted

Twisp River and Lake Chelan Sawtooth Wilderness Closures Lifted

 Winthrop, WA— Much of the Forest closure associated with the Little Bridge Creek Fire is being lifted today. The area around, and including the following recreation sites is open: War Creek Campground Mystery Campground Poplar Flat Campground South Creek Campground Roads End Campground Twisp River Horse Camp War Creek Trail #408 Reynolds Creek Trail South Creek...
Little Bridge Creek/Upper Falls/Carlton Complex Fire Update (Aug. 20)

Little Bridge Creek/Upper Falls/Carlton Complex Fire Update (Aug. 20)

Wednesday, August 20, 2014 As interior portions of unburned fuels continue to smolder and occasionally torch, smoke is anticipated.  A weather front will continue to pass through the area, bringing continued cooler temperatures through Thursday, along with an increased chance of rain showers over the area.  None of the fires are anticipated to increase in...
Little Bridge/Upper Falls/Carlton Complex fire update (Aug. 19)

Little Bridge/Upper Falls/Carlton Complex fire update (Aug. 19)

Tuesday, August 19, 2014 Fuels are expected to continue to dry today, but fire behavior should remain at a minimum with the cooler temperatures. The incident management team is also coordinating initial attack response for the Methow Valley Ranger District should any holdover fires from last week’s lightening pop up. The Little Bridge Creek Fire,...