Pinal

National Weather Service has extended an Excessive Heat Warning for: 

  • Graham and Greenlee Counties from 8/14/19 10 AM to 8/15/19 8 PM
  • *Gila, La Paz, Maricopa, Pinal, and Yuma Counties from 8/13/19 10 AM to 8/16/19 8 PM
  • Mohave County from 8/14/19 8 AM to 8/16/19 8 PM
  • *Pima County from 8/14/19 10 AM to 8/16/19 8 PM

*Extended Time

National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for Gila, La Paz, Maricopa, Pinal, and Yuma Counties from 8/13/19 10 AM to 8/15/19 8 PM and Graham, Greenlee, and Pima Counties from 8/14/19 10 AM to 8/15/19 8 PM

Newly Added: 

Mohave County from 8/14/19 8 AM to 8/16/19 8 PM

Daytime highs are expected to be in the 104 to 118 degrees Fahrenheit range. Residents are advised to stay cool, stay hydrated, and stay informed.

The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for : 

  • Gila, La Paz, Maricopa, Pinal, and Yuma Counties from 8/13/19 from 10 AM to 8/15/19 8 PM
  • Graham, Greenlee, and Pima Counties from 8/14/19 from 10 AM to 8/15/19 8 PM

Daytime highs are expected to be in the 104 to 118 F degree range. Residents are advised to stay cool, stay hydrated, and stay informed.

Precautions to prevent heat exhaustion or heat stroke:

Beginning June 21, due to dry and hot conditions, fire restrictions will be implemented on Bureau of Land Management lands within the Phoenix District. The district’s 2.4 million acres of public lands in Arizona extend across portions of eight counties, including Pima, Pinal, Maricopa, Gila, Yavapai, Coconino, Navajo and Apache counties. Visitors to public lands in these counties are encouraged to plan before recreating in the area and check for updates for local weather and fire conditions.

Beginning June 21, the following are temporarily prohibited until rescinded:

SWISSHELMS FIRE UPDATE: July 6, 2017 – 10am
 
Location: 10 Miles East of Elfrida, AZ and west of Lesile Canyon Road.
 
Start Date: June 27, 2017 Cause: Undetermined Size: 10,950 acres (450 less acres based on improved mapping) Containment: 75% Vegetation: Grass and brush.
 
Resources 173 persons: 4 crews, 6 engines, 3 Tenders, 2 bulldozers, 3 helicopters, 1 airplane and Misc. Overhead
 
The Sawmill Fire in southern Arizona started early for a typical wildfire season, and since then, more than 100,000 acres have burned on both state and federal lands in that part of the state.
 
The increasingly hot temperatures coupled with hazardous fuel conditions means the Department of Forestry and Fire Management will now implement Stage II Fire Restrictions on state-owned and state-managed lands in six counties.
 
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