Maps of Smoke from Wildfires in the United States


#wildfires #smoke model forecast for Monday. Smoke continues east through the #GreatLakes into #newengland. Low visibility and #AirQuality issues will continue for SE OR/SW ID. Isolated showers and thunderstorms today through Wednesday. #idwx #orwx pic.twitter.com/2btV7wefIp
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Maps of Smoke from Wildfires in the United States

Smoke Map Western United States

Map of Active Wildfires in the Oregon & Washington


Map of Active Wildfires in the Oregon & Washington
Northwest Fire Location map displays active fire incidents within Oregon and Washington


Active Colorado Wildfires Maps


Colorado Current Wildfire Maps

Colorado wildfires in Pine Gulch, Grizzly Creek, Cameron Peak, Williams Fork, Lewstone, and Thorpe


Carmel Fires Map


The Carmel Fire in the area of Cachagua and Carmel Valley roads, south of Carmel, has burned 6,695 acres, according to Cal Fire. It is 15% contained.


Active California Fires Maps



Map of Active Wildfires in the United States



Active Wildfires in the United States

Iowa Crop Damage Satellite Images Map

Iowa Derecho Corn Damage

Iowa Crop Damage Satellite Map

A highlighted area shows where some of the swaths of damage to farmlands were located, spanning in a line from west to east.

Iowa Crop Damage Satellite Map

Iowa Derecho Storm Maps & Damage


Huge storms produced widespread hurricane-like severe wind damage across Iowa, northern Illinois, and northern Indiana during the day on Monday, August 10. Much of this severe wind was significant (75+ mph winds) resulting in many downed trees, several toppled-over semi-trucks, cornfields, and many communities receiving at least some minor structural damage. Within the broader area of severe winds, 15 tornadoes were confirmed across northern Illinois and northwest Indiana.  What is a Derecho?


Many in Iowans are still without structures and power. President Donald Trump meets with Iowans at an airport in storm-ravaged Cedar Rapids Tuesday; local officials ask him to approve more aid.  President Donald Trump promised Iowa leaders Tuesday that they would have the "full support of the federal government" as they work to clear debris, restore power and recover from a massive windstorm that swept the state last week. "Iowans have always been resilient and strong and tough and great people," Trump said in a briefing in Cedar Rapids. "From the depths of this grave hardship, we will rebuild even stronger than before. We're going to be in fantastic shape in a very short period of time." On Monday, the president approved part of Iowa's disaster aid request for many counties, encompassing about $45 million in aid. However, the governor's total disaster aid application included a litany of nearly $4 billion in damages. The Monday approval did not include individual assistance aid, which would help homeowners and farmers with their private property damage.

 Iowa Derecho Aftermath: Cedar Rapids Storm Damage