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Jaroso Fire Update - June 15, 2013 9:00 am (Jaroso Fire Wildfire)

Fire Facts: Date Reported: 06/10/2013 Location: Espanola Ranger District within the Pecos Number of Personnel: 47 members of the team that are developing the long term suppression strategy. Wilderness, approx. 6 miles southeast of Borrego Equipment: No ground equipment at this time. Cause: Lightning Aircraft: 2 Fixed Wing, 1 Helicopter. Size: 3,543 acres (based on IR flight) Injuries to Date: None Percent Contained: 0% General Information/Announcements: Moist conditions continue to limit the growth and spread of the Jaroso fire.

TRES LAGUNAS FIRE UPDATE Saturday, June 15, 2013 9 a.m. (Tres Lagunas Fire Wildfire)

Start Date: May 30, 2013 Cause: Human Size: 10,219 acres Location: 10 miles north of Pecos,NM Terrain: Steep/Rugged Containment: 85% Fuels: Timber Resources Committed: 422 Today’s Weather: Expected temperatures for today will be in the mid 70’s with relative humidity in the twenties. Winds 10-12 mph with wind gusts up to 20 mph. Skies in the morning will be partly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of precipitation during the mid and late morning as well as this afternoon. Summary: Mop up, and fire line rehabilitation will continue today along the firelines..

News Update 6/15 AM (Thompson Ridge Fire Wildfire)

Acres: 24,032 Start date: May 31, 2013 Cause: Downed powerline Location: Valles Caldera National Preserve, NM Containment: 75 percent Fuels: Mixed conifer and Ponderosa pine Terrain: Steep, rugged Resources: 13 crews, 29 engines, 29 water tenders, 3 dozers Total personnel: 763 Available air support: 5 helicopters Summary: Last night fire activity was minimal, and there was no new growth on the fire. Night shift crews patrolled the perimeter and addressed hotspots near the fireline. Today firefighters will continue to patrol and mopup any hot spots within the perimeter of the fire.

Jaroso Fire Update - June 14, 2013 8:00 pm (Jaroso Fire Wildfire)

Date Reported: 06/10/2013 Location: Espanola Ranger District within the Pecos Number of Personnel: 47 members of the team that are developing the long term suppression strategy. Wilderness, approx. 6 miles southeast of Borrego Equipment: No ground equipment at this time. Cause: Lightning Aircraft: 2 Fixed Wing, 1 Helicopter.

News Update 6/14 PM (Thompson Ridge Fire Wildfire)

Acres: 24,032 Start date: May 31, 2013 Cause: Downed powerline Location: Valles Caldera National Preserve, NM Containment: 75 percent Fuels: Mixed conifer and Ponderosa pine Terrain: Steep, rugged Resources: 13 crews, 29 engines, 29 water tenders, 3 dozers Total personnel: 763 Available air support: 5 helicopters Summary: Very minimal fire activity was observed from the air and the ground today due to higher humidity, some rain on the northeast side of the fire, and cloudy skies overall.

TRES LAGUNAS FIRE UPDATE Friday, June 14, 2013 9 a.m. (Tres Lagunas Fire Wildfire)

Start Date: May 30, 2013 Cause: Human Size: 10,219 acres Location: 10 miles north of Pecos, NM Terrain:Steep/Rugged Containment: 85% Fuels: Timber Resources Committed:609 Today’s Weather: Maximum temperatures above 8,000 feet average 80 degrees, relative humidity in the twenties and south winds 10-12 mph with gusts up to 20 mph. Skies in the morning will be partly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of precipitation in the afternoon. There is a predicted 70 percent chance of thunderstorms. Summary: Mop up, backhauling of equipment, and fire line rehabilitation will continue today.

Jaroso Fire Update - June 14, 2013 10:00 am (Jaroso Fire Wildfire)

Fire Facts: Date Reported: 06/10/2013 Location: Espanola Ranger District within the Pecos Number of Personnel: 47 members of the team that are developing the long term suppression strategy.Wilderness, approx.

TRES LAGUNAS FIRE UPDATE Friday, June 14, 2013 9 a.m. (Tres Lagunas Fire Wildfire)

Start Date: May 30, 2013 Cause: Human Size: 10,219 acres Location: 10 miles north of Pecos, NM Terrain:Steep/Rugged Containment: 85% Fuels: Timber Resources Committed:609 Today’s Weather: Maximum temperatures above 8,000 feet average 80 degrees, relative humidity in the twenties and south winds 10-12 mph with gusts up to 20 mph. Skies in the morning will be partly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of precipitation in the afternoon. There is a predicted 70 percent chance of thunderstorms. Summary: Mop up, backhauling of equipment, and fire line rehabilitation will continue today.

Bennett Road Subdivision Pre-Evacuation Lifted (Thompson Ridge Fire Wildfire)

The pre-evacuation notice for the Bennett Road Subdivision has been lifted as of 10 a.m.

News Update 6/14 AM (Thompson Ridge Fire Wildfire)

Acres: 24,032 Start date: May 31, 2013 Cause: Downed powerline Location: Valles Caldera National Preserve, NM Containment: 75 percent Fuels: Mixed conifer and Ponderosa pine Terrain: Steep, rugged Resources: 15 crews, 35 engines, 29 water tenders, 5 dozers Total personnel: 833 Available air support: 3 air tankers, 4 helicopters Summary: Fire activity last night was minimal, allowing firefighters to address hotspots, patrol the perimeter of the fire, and mop-up further into the interior.

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