Wildfire Smoke Forecast

Griffin Fire

Overview

**This will be the last smoke forecast on this site for the Griffin Fire unless conditions change. For more information going forward please visit: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7020/

Fire activity was light on Griffin (62,477 acres, 77% containment) on Sunday. Superstition and Meddler fires have been turned back to local control. Hidden (4,307 acres, 0% containment), Rockhouse (19,440 acres, 0% containment) and Juniper (2,963 acres, 36% containment) were most active as were a couple other smaller fires.

Rain and clouds today and tomorrow should continue to moderate fire activity and smoke generation. Some areas may see peeks of sun which will increase fire activity in those areas. Outflow winds from storms will add an additional level of uncertainty to smoke forecast.

Ozone is expected to continue in the Moderate or Good categories. Ozone is currently driving the AQI numbers versus fine particulates (PM2.5)


Forecast

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Globe

Smoke Forecast:

Monday
Monday Night
Tuesday
Light smoke visible during the day.
Light smoke possible overnight.
Light smoke visible during the day.

Activity Meter


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Roosevelt

Smoke Forecast:

Monday
Monday Night
Tuesday
Light smoke visible during the day.
Light smoke possible overnight.
Light smoke visible during the day.

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San Carlos

Smoke Forecast:

Monday
Monday Night
Tuesday
Light smoke visible during the day.
Light smoke possible overnight.
Light smoke visible during the day.

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Peridot

Smoke Forecast:

Monday
Monday Night
Tuesday
Light smoke visible during the day.
Light smoke possible overnight.
Light smoke visible during the day.

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Discussion

Any smoke from the fire will disperse to the east and southeast this afternoon. Thunderstorm outflow winds will be also be possible this evening, which could blow smoke anywhere. Any clouds and rain would help to temper fire activity and reduce smoke production.

Useful Links

ADEQ Portable Particulate Monitors | View Page >
USFS - Roosevelt PM-2.5 Monitor | View Page >

Fire Information Contact

Jurisdiction: Tonto National Forest
Phone: 928-421-4539
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