Wildfire map: Track where fires are burning in Arizona in 2022

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Updated Aug. 12, 2022.

There are no major wildfires currently burning in Arizona.

Arizona’s wildfire season, which got off to an early start this year, could be even more catastrophic in 2022 than in previous years, fire officials have said.

Arizona lost more than 500,000 acres to wildfires in 2021 and over 900,000 acres in 2020, Gov. Doug Ducey said earlier this year.

Reports have predicted most of the Southwest will have an above-normal potential for fires in May and June, though wetter periods between September through December helped lower fire potential for certain areas. In Arizona, though, the risk for significant fire potential arrived earlier, beginning in March.

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Below is a map of fires that are actively burning in Arizona, as compiled by the wildfire tracking website InciWeb, operated by the U.S. Forest Service. It will be updated throughout the fire season.

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2022 fires with or near full containment

This list does not include prescribed burns.

  • Dragon Fire: 1,375 acres west of Grand Canyon North Rim.

  • Committee Fire: 362 acres east of Sedona, 100% contained as of Aug. 11.

  • Pine Peak Fire: 1,631 acres southeast of Kingman, 100% contained as of Aug. 5.

  • C3 Fire: 1,378 acres east of Hualapai Reservation, 72% contained as of July 30.

  • Big Sandy Fire: 150 acres south of Wikieup, 80% contained as of July 24.

  • Water Canyon Fire: 147 acres south of Eagar, 65% contained as of July 22.

  • Mesa Fire: 2,863 Acres northwest of Forest Lakes, 80% contained as of July 19.

  • Antelope Valley Fire: 102 acres near Mt. Trumbull, 100% contained as of July 1.

  • Haywire Fire: 5,575 acres northeast of Doney Park, 100% contained as of July 28.

  • Pipeline Fire: 26,532 acres north of Flagstaff, 100% contained as of July 28.

  • Hog Spring Fire: 461 acres east of Show Low, 100% contained as of June 24.

  • Fish Fire: 3,704 acres southwest of Alpine, 50% contained as of June 27.

  • Contreras Fire: 29,482 acres east of Sells, 100% contained as of June 23.

  • Tonto Canyon Fire: 9,264 acres of Pajarita Wilderness, 75% contained as of June 19.

  • Raspberry Fire: 413 acres of Chiricahua Wilderness, 100% contained as of June 27.

  • Lost Lake: 5,856 acres southwest of Parker, 100% contained as of June 7.

  • Tunnel Fire: 19,088 acres northeast of Flagstaff, 100% contained as of June 3.

  • Crooks Fire: 9,402 acres south of Prescott, 100% contained as of June 25.

  • Elgin Bridge Fire: 2,149 acres northeast of Elgin, 100% contained as of May 25.

  • San Rafael Fire: 11,620 acres southeast of Patagonia, 100% contained as of May 15.

  • Locklin Fire: 112 acres in Bisbee, 100% contained as of April 30.

  • Presumido Peak Fire: 2,591 acres in Pima County near the border with Mexico, 100% contained as of April 5.

This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: Arizona wildfires 2022 map: Track where fires are burning now