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Loma Fire in California Grows

The Loma Fire in California which broke out on Monday, September 26, 2016 has now grown to 2,865 acres and is 20% contained.

California's Loma Fire Spreads

The Loma Fire in California broke out on September 26, 2016, and quickly spread to be 2,250 acres in size.

Puerto Rico Goes Dark

Late on September 21, 2016, a fire at a power plant substation in southern Puerto Rico triggered a cascade of problems across the island’s aging electrical grid.

Three California Wildfires Still Burning Landscape

Three wildfires were captured in this image taken by the Suomi NPP satellite on September 18, 2016. These are by no means the only fires in the state of California.

Smoke and Wildfires in Russia Take Over Landscape

NOAA/NASA's Suomi NPP satellite captured this image of the smoke and fires in the Siberian area of Russia near Lake Baikal on September 19, 2016.

Meranti (was 16W - Northwestern Pacific Ocean)

Typhoon Meranti hit the Philippines island of Itbayat as NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite passed overhead and captured infrared and night-time imagery of the powerful storm.

California's Soberanes Fire Still Burns On

Today marks the fifty-fourth day that the Soberanes Fire has been burning.

Russian Wildfire Season Heats Up Again

As recently as September 07, 2016 it looked as though the Russian wildfire season may be slowing down. That is definitely not the case now.

Pioneer Fire and Maple Fire Burning Still

The Pioneer Fire in Idaho and the Maple Fire in Wyoming, just outside of Yellowstone, are both still burning.

East Africa and Madagascar On Fire

Hundreds of fires are burning in East Africa on the island of Madagascar.

Gap Fire in California Slows Growth

The Gap Fire continues to burn on the Klamath National Forest in northern California. As of early the morning of September 09, the fire is 31,664 acres and 85% contained.

The Evolution of Hurricane Hermine

Hermine lingered for several days just off the Eastern Seaboard as an extratropical storm.

Pioneer Fire in Idaho Heading Towards Deadwood Reservoir

The Pioneer Fire in Idaho has grown to 181,574 acres and is 56% contained with the containment area being mostly in the southern part of the fire.

Gap Fire Continues in California

The Gap Fire, burning on the Klamath National Forest grounds, is 29,759 acres in size and is 65% contained.

Portugal Fire Season Worst in Recent History

Portugal has been under fire, literally, this wildfire season with half the acreage burned within the 28 nation European Union.

Russian Wildfire Season Slows Down

Russia has had quite a severe wildfire season in 2016, but the latest Aqua satellite images shows that the wildfire season may be letting up, if only for a time.

Gap Fire in California Continues to Burn

The Gap Fire continues to burning on the Klamath National Forest after starting on August 27, 2016 under circumstances that are still being investigated.

Newton (Eastern Pacific)

NASA's Terra satellite and a NASA animation of imagery from NOAA's GOES-West satellite provided views of Hurricane Newton as it neared landfall in Baja California, Mexico, today, Sept. 6.

Gap Fire in California

The Gap Fire started Saturday, August 27, 2016 at 6pm about 5 miles east of Seiad, California and 2 miles north of Oneil Campground (on Highway 96).

Fires in Idaho

Fires in the state of Idaho continue to plague residents.

California's Cedar Fire Continues to Threaten Outlying Communities

The Cedar Fire located 5 miles east of Glennville has been blazing since August 16, 2016, and the cause of this fire remains under investigation.

Olympic National Park Fires in Washington State

The National Park Service reports that: "There are currently four small, lightning-caused fires burning in the Olympic National Park wilderness."

Four Fires Plague Southern California

Dry and hot weather conditions in the southern part of California as well as a spate of careless humans and lightning strikes have created an environment rife for fire outbreaks.

Scores of Wildfires Crisscross Bolivia

Wildfires are sweeping across Bolivia due to hot, dry weather and available tinder fuels.

Fires in Idaho and Wyoming

Wildfires have been plaguing the western part of the United States for the summer season and no state seems to be without incident including Idaho and Wyoming.
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