Updates on Texas wildfires

Smokehouse-Creek-Fire-damage ©Annie Rice/Avalanche-Journal Damage is seen from the Smokehouse Creek Fire, Monday, March 4, 2024, in Canadian, Texas.

Matthew 24:7 For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be famines and earthquakes in various places.

Important Takeaways:

  • Texas wildfires map: Track latest locations of blazes as dry weather, wind poses threat
    • Texas wildfires have been burning for 5 days
    • The wildfires were ignited in the panhandle on Monday Feb. 26. The flames continued to spread throughout the state as dry, warm and windy weather conditions created obstacles for rescue crews to contain the fire.
    • The Smokehouse Creek Fire, about 60 miles northeast of Amarillo, is the largest reported fire in state’s history and has burned over a million acres of land.
    • Where are the Texas wildfires?
    • 687 Reamer — Hutchinson County, 2,000 acres, 10% contained
    • Grape Vine Creek — Gray County, 30,000 acres, 60% contained
    • Magenta — Oldham County, 3,297 acres, 85% contained
    • Smokehouse Creek — Hutchinson County, 1,078,086 acres, 60% contained
    • Windy Deuce — Moore County, 142,000 acres, 60% contained

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