List of Storm Prediction Center extremely critical days

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Progression of a well-anticipated extremely critical event across the Central Plains on March 6, 2017. This event produced wildfires that burned 1,200,000 acres of land, and killed seven people.

An extremely critical fire weather event is the greatest threat level issued by the NWS Storm Prediction Center (SPC) for wildfire events in the United States. Extremely critical areas are issued only several times a year when forecasters at the SPC are confident of extremely dangerous wildfire conditions on a given day. These are typically reserved for the most extreme events.[1]

Fire weather products have been issued by the Storm Prediction Center since 1998;[2] however, there is very little online documentation for days before 2002 due to the lack of SPC archives.[3] Therefore, it is likely that there were additional extremely critical days with no online documentation.

Extremely Critical days[edit]

2001–2009[edit]

Storm Prediction Center Extremely Critical Fire Weather Events – 2001–2009[nb 1]
Date Year Region Acres burned Fatalities Outlook Notes
July 28 2001 Idaho, Wyoming[2] 4,600[nb 2] 0 Day 1 fire outlook for July282001.png Green Knoll Fire[4]
June 8 2002 Western U.S.[5] 138,114[nb 2] 0 Day 1 fire outlook June 8, 2002.png Hayman Fire[6]
June 9 2002 Western U.S.[7] 138,114[nb 2] 0 June92002.gif Hayman Fire[6]
September 15 2002 Nevada[8] 0 Sept152002.gif
January 6 2003 California[9] 900 0 Jan62003.gif Pacific Fire[10]
April 2 2003 Arizona, Colorado, Utah[11] 0 Apr22003.png
May 3 2003 Arizona, New Mexico[12] 0 May32003.gif
June 23 2003 Colorado, New Mexico, Utah[13] 84,750[nb 2] 0 June232003.gif Aspen Fire[14]
May 10 2004 Utah[15] 0 May102004.png
May 11 2004 Southwestern U.S.[16] 0 May112004.png
March 29 2005 New Mexico, Texas[17] 0 Mar292205.png
November 18 2005 California[18] 4,000 0 Nov182005.png School Canyon Fire[19]
November 27 2005 New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[20] 9,600[nb 2] 0 Nov272005.png Velma Fire[21]
January 1 2006 New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[22] 303,570 2[23] Jan12006.png Texas-Oklahoma wildfires of 2005–06[24]
January 3 2006 Central U.S.[25] 0 Jan32006.png Texas-Oklahoma wildfires of 2005–06
January 7 2006 New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[26] 0 Jan72006.png Texas-Oklahoma wildfires of 2005–06
January 8 2006 Southern U.S.[27] 0 Jan82006.png Texas-Oklahoma wildfires of 2005–06
January 12 2006 Oklahoma, Texas[28] 39,173[24] 0 Jan122006.png Texas-Oklahoma wildfires of 2005–06
January 14 2006 Oklahoma, Texas[29] 0 Jan142006.png Texas-Oklahoma wildfires of 2005–06
January 15 2006 Oklahoma, Texas[30] 0 Jan152006.png Texas-Oklahoma wildfires of 2005–06
January 23 2006 California[31] 0 Jan232006.png
February 7 2006 California[32] >1,200[nb 2] 0 Feb72006.png Orange County Fire[33]
February 8 2006 California[34] >1,200[nb 2] 0 Feb82006.png Orange County Fire[33]
March 8 2006 New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[35] 0 Mar82006.png
March 10 2006 Central U.S.[36] 0 Mar102006.png
March 11 2006 New Mexico, Texas[37] 0 Mar112006.png
March 12 2006 Central U.S.[38] 1,102,044[24][nb 2] 12[39] Mar122006.png Texas-Oklahoma wildfires of 2005–06; the first occurrence of three consecutive extremely critical days[citation needed]
April 6 2006 New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[40] 119,846[24] 0 Apr62006.png Texas-Oklahoma wildfires of 2005–06
April 15 2006 Central U.S.[41] 23,135[24] 0 Apr152006.png Texas-Oklahoma wildfires of 2005–06
May 27 2006 Southwestern U.S.[42] 0 May272006.png
June 14 2006 Southwestern U.S.[43] 4,270[nb 2] 0 Jun142006.png June 2006 Colorado wildfires[44]
June 15 2006 Arizona, New Mexico[45] 0 Jun152006.png
August 29 2006 Northwestern U.S.[46] 0 Aug292006.png Only extremely critical area issued in the Northwest; west of the Rocky Mountains[citation needed]
August 30 2006 Idaho, Montana, Wyoming[47] 0 Aug302006.png
November 15 2006 Texas[48] 0 Nov152006.png
January 8 2007 California[49] 20 0 Jan82007.png Malibu Fire[10]
February 24 2007 Texas[50] 0 Feb242007.png
February 28 2007 New Mexico, Texas[51] 0 Feb282007.png
June 5 2007 Arizona, Nevada, Utah[52] 0 June52007.png
June 6 2007 Arizona, New Mexico[53] 0 June62007.png
July 18 2007 Nevada[54] 652,016[nb 2] 0 Jul182007.png Murphy Complex Fire[55]
October 21 2007 California[56] 33,195 1[57] Day 1 fire outlook October 21, 2007.png 2007 California wildfires[58]
October 22 2007 California[59] 234,466 0 Oct222007.png 2007 California wildfires[58]
October 23 2007 California[60][61] 146,903 2[57] Oct232007.png 2007 California wildfires[58]
January 29 2008 Texas[62] 37,000[nb 2] 0 Jan292008.png 2008 Texas wildfires[63]
January 31 2008 Texas[64] 37,000[nb 2] 0 Jan312008.png 2008 Texas wildfires[63]
February 25 2008 Texas[65] 377,568 1 Feb252008.png 2008 Texas wildfires[66]
March 14 2008 Arizona, New Mexico, Texas[67] 263,375 0 Mar142008.png 2008 Texas wildfires[66]
March 16 2008 New Mexico, Texas[68] 0 Mar162008.png 2008 Texas wildfires
March 18 2008 Texas[69] 0 Mar182008.png 2008 Texas wildfires
March 20 2008 Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas[70] 5,000 0 Mar202008.png 2008 Texas wildfires[71]
April 3 2008 New Mexico, Texas[72] 0 Apr32008.png 2008 Texas wildfires
April 9 2008 New Mexico, Texas[73] 0 Apr92008.png 2008 Texas wildfires
April 10 2008 Arizona, New Mexico, Texas[74] 0 Apr102008.png 2008 Texas wildfires
April 16 2008 New Mexico, Texas[75] 0 Apr162008.png 2008 Texas wildfires
April 30 2008 Arizona, New Mexico, Texas[76] 2,000 0 Apr302008.png 2008 Texas wildfires and X Fire[77]
May 1 2008 New Mexico, Texas[78] 0 May12008.png 2008 Texas wildfires
May 12 2008 Florida, Southwestern U.S.[79] 0 May122008.png 2008 Texas wildfires; Only extremely critical area issued east of the Mississippi River[citation needed]
May 13 2008 New Mexico, Texas[80] 0 May132008.png 2008 Texas wildfires
May 21 2008 Arizona, New Mexico[81] 0 May212008.png
June 4 2008 Arizona, New Mexico[82] 0 Jun42008.png
June 5 2008 New Mexico, Texas[83] 0 Jun52008.png 2008 Texas wildfires
June 11 2008 New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[84] 0 Jun112008.png 2008 Texas wildfires
February 10 2009 Texas[85] 0 Feb102009.png
February 17 2009 Central U.S.[86] 0 Feb172009.png
March 5 2009 Central U.S.[87] 0 Mar52009.png
March 23 2009 Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas[88] 0 Mar232009.png
March 26 2009 Arizona, New Mexico, Texas[89] 0 Mar262009.png
April 1 2009 New Mexico, Texas[90] 0 Apr12009.png
April 9 2009 New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[91] 235,792 4 Apr92009.png April 2009 North Central Texas wildfires[66]
June 6 2009 Arizona, New Mexico[92] 0 Jun62009.png
August 6 2009 Arizona, Nevada, Utah[93] 0 Aug62009.png
August 7 2009 Southwestern U.S.[94] 0 Aug72009.png

2010–present[edit]

Storm Prediction Center Extremely Critical Fire Weather Events – 2010–2018[nb 1]
Date Year Region Acres burned Fatalities Outlook Notes
March 26 2010 New Mexico, Texas[95] 0 Mar262010.png
April 1 2010 Central U.S.[96] 0 Apr12010.png
April 29 2010 New Mexico, Texas[97] 0 Apr292010.png
May 10 2010 New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[98] 0 May102010.png
February 27 2011 New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[99] 262,434[66] 0 Feb272011.png 2011 Texas wildfires
March 7 2011 New Mexico, Texas[100] 0 Mar72011.png 2011 Texas wildfires
March 8 2011 Texas[101] 0 Mar82011.png 2011 Texas wildfires
March 21 2011 Southwestern and Central U.S.[102] 0 Mar212011.png 2011 Texas wildfires
March 22 2011 Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas[103] 12,556[66] 0 Mar222011.png 2011 Texas wildfires
April 3 2011 Southwestern and Central U.S.[104] 19,883[66] 0 Apr32011.png 2011 Texas wildfires
April 9 2011 Central U.S[105] 582,615 1 Apr92011.png 2011 Texas wildfires[66]
April 10 2011 Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas[106] 0 Apr102011.png 2011 Texas wildfires
April 14 2011 New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[107] 85,287[66] 0 Apr142011.png 2011 Texas wildfires
April 15 2011 Oklahoma, Texas[108] 50,321 1 Apr152011.png 2011 Texas wildfires[66]
April 26 2011 New Mexico, Texas[109] 50,235[66] 0 Apr262011.png 2011 Texas wildfires
April 29 2011 New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[110] 0 Apr292011.png 2011 Texas wildfires
May 9 2011 Southwestern and Central U.S.[111] 0 May92011.png 2011 Texas wildfires
May 24 2011 New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[112] 127,732[66] 0 May242011.png 2011 Texas wildfires
May 29 2011 New Mexico, Texas[113] 0 May292011.png 2011 Texas wildfires
May 30 2011 Central U.S.[114] 0 May302011.png 2011 Texas wildfires
June 6 2011 Arizona[115] 538,049[nb 2] 0 Jun62011.png Wallow Fire[116]
June 19 2011 Southwestern U.S.[117] 538,049+[nb 2] 0 Jun192011.png 2011 Texas wildfires and Wallow Fire
June 29 2011 Nevada[118] 156,293[nb 2] 0 Jun292011.png Las Conchas Fire[119]
November 2 2011 California[120] 0 Nov22011.png
March 1 2012 New Mexico[121] 0 Mar12012.png
March 7 2012 New Mexico[122] 0 Mar72012.png
March 18 2012 Nebraska, South Dakota[123] 0 Mar182012.png
March 26 2012 Colorado, Nebraska, Wyoming[124] 4,140 3 Mar262012.png Lower North Fork Fire[125]
May 23 2012 Arizona, New Mexico[126] 297,845[nb 2] 0 May232012.png Whitewater-Baldy Complex Fire[127]
May 26 2012 New Mexico[128] 297,845[nb 2] 0 May262012.png Whitewater-Baldy Complex Fire[127]
February 25 2013 Texas[129] 0 Feb252013.png
December 29 2013 California[130] 0 SPC Fire Weather Outlook 2013-12-29.png
April 3 2014 New Mexico, Texas[131] 0 April32014.png
April 26 2014 Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas[132] 0 April2620142.gif
May 6 2014 Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas[133] 0 May62014.png
May 7 2014 Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas[134] 0 140507 1651 day1fireotlk print.png
May 11 2014 Oklahoma, Texas[135] 2,583 1 May112014.gif Double Diamond Fire[136]
June 14 2014 Arizona, New Mexico[137] 0 Day 1 outlook for June 14, 2014.png
June 16 2014 Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah[138] 0 Day 1 outlook for 06-16-14.png
June 17 2014 Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah[139] 14,712[nb 2] 0 Day 1 outlook for June 17, 2014.png Assayii Lake Fire[140]
April 8 2015 Colorado, New Mexico, Texas[141] 0 April82015.png
April 14 2015 South Dakota[142] 0 April142015.png
February 18 2016 Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[143] 40,000 0 Fire Weather Forecast graphic (2016-02-18).png February 2016 Texas-Oklahoma wildfires[144]
March 22 2016 Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas[145] 367,620[nb 2] 0 SPC Day 1 outlook 3-22-16.gif Anderson Creek Fire[146]
March 23 2016 New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas[147] 367,620[nb 2] 0 SPC Day 2 outlook 3-22-16.gif Anderson Creek Fire[146]
April 5 2016 Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas[148] 55,308 0 Apr52016 fire wx outlook.png 350 Complex Fire[149]
November 17 2016 Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[150] 0 11-17-2016 extreme risk.png
February 23 2017 Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[151] 1,812[nb 2] 0 Feb222017 day 2 fire wx outlook.png 2 Mile Lane, 96, and 141st fires[152]
February 28 2017 New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[153] 10,700 0 Feb272017 Day 2 fire wx outlook.png February 2017 Texas wildfires[154]
March 6 2017 Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas[155] 1,200,000 7[156] Mar52017 Day 2 fire wx outlook.png March 2017 Great Plains wildfires[157]
March 23 2017 Colorado, New Mexico, Texas[158] 38,500 0 Mar222017 Day 2 fire wx outlook.png Rankin Ranch Road and Green Ranch fires[159][160]
March 31 2017 New Mexico, Texas[161] 0 033117 fire wx outlook.png
December 4 2017 California[162] 141,531[nb 2] 0 Dec42017 Day 1 fire wx outlook.png December 2017 Southern California wildfires[163][164]
December 5 2017 California[165] 141,531[nb 2] 0 Dec42017 Day 2 fire wx outlook.png December 2017 Southern California wildfires[163][164]
December 6 2017 California[166] 141,531[nb 2] 1[167] Dec62017 Day 1 fire wx outlook.png December 2017 Southern California wildfires[163][164]
December 7 2017 California[168] 141,531[nb 2] 0 Dec62017 Day 2 fire wx outlook.png December 2017 Southern California wildfires[163][164] – First and only occurrence of four consecutive extremely critical days[citation needed]
March 4 2018 New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma[169] 575 0 180304 1200 day1fireotlk print.png Forest Ridge Fire[170] and Coyote Canyon Fire[171]
March 18 2018 New Mexico, Texas[172] 9,250 0 180318 1700 day1fireotlk print.png March 2018 Texas-Oklahoma wildfires[173]
March 23 2018 New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado[174] 3,450 0 180322 1700 day2fireotlk print.png March 2018 Texas-Oklahoma wildfires[175]
April 12 2018 New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado[176] 12,700 1[177] 180411 0700 day2fireotlk print.png April 2018 Great Plains wildfires, including the Rhea Fire.[178][179][180]
April 13 2018 New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma[181] 261,700 1[182] 180412 1700 day2fireotlk print.png April 2018 Great Plains wildfires[177][183][184] – The first day to be given a "historically critical" designation on the Red Flag Threat Index (RFTI).[nb 3][185]
April 17 2018 New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma[186] 468,365[nb 2] 0 180416 1700 day2fireotlk print.png April 2018 Great Plains wildfires – Outlook included enhanced warning: "Dangerous, life-threatening fire weather conditions are likely". PDS Red Flag Warning #709 was issued for parts of New Mexico and Texas at 2005z the day before.[187] Forecasters indicated that the potential for the rapid spread of wildfires was at its highest level in more than ten years.[188] This was only the second day on record to be given the "historically critical" designation on the Red Flag Threat Index (RFTI).[185]
April 19 2018 Arizona, New Mexico[189] 125+ 0 180418 0700 day2fireotlk print.png April 2018 Arizona-New Mexico wildfires[190][191]
September 15 2018 Utah, Nevada[192] 86,107[nb 2] 0 180914 1700 day2fireotlk print.png Pole Creek and Bald Mountain wildfires[193]
October 15 2018 California[194] 0 2018-10-15 fire outlook.png
November 8 2018 California[195] 256,316[nb 2] 85[196] 181108 1700 day1fireotlk print.png Woolsey, Hill, Camp, and Nurse wildfires;[197][198] Deadliest extremely critical day[citation needed][nb 4]
November 9 2018 California[199] 256,316[nb 2] 2[200] 181109 1700 day1fireotlk print.png Woolsey, Hill, Camp, and Nurse wildfires[197][198]
November 11 2018 California[201] 256,316[nb 2] 0 181110 0700 day2fireotlk print.png Woolsey, Hill, Camp, and Nurse wildfires[197][198]
November 12 2018 California[202] 256,316[nb 2] 0 181111 1700 day2fireotlk print.png Woolsey, Hill, Camp, and Nurse wildfires[197][198]
November 13 2018 California[203] 256,316[nb 2] 1[204] 181112 0700 day2fireotlk print.png Woolsey, Hill, Camp, and Nurse wildfires[197][198]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b All values include events that took place outside the extremely critical area. Fatality totals encompass all fire-related events, and only include deaths that occurred on the respective extremely critical days.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af Number of acres burned for entire event.
  3. ^ The Red Flag Threat Index (RFTI) is a fire weather index that was developed in 2011, with values from 0-10 that rates the climatological rarity of combined relative humidity and wind combinations. Historically Critical values of 9 or 10 can only be reached when either relative humidity or wind speed exceed a ten year observational data set.
  4. ^ This event is considered to be the deadliest extremely critical day, due to the fact that all eighty-five fatalities associated with the event occurred on November 8. The fatality totals for events such as the October 2007 California wildfires are not applicable, as not all fatalities associated with the events occurred on the respective extremely critical days. In addition, the fatalities associated with the wildfires on October 8, 2017 are also excluded, as the SPC only predicted critical fire conditions.

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  72. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 3, 2008 0819 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  73. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 9, 2008 0713 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  74. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 10, 2008 0712 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  75. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 16, 2008 0806 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
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  80. ^ Storm Prediction Center May 13, 2008 0657 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  81. ^ Storm Prediction Center May 21, 2008 0818 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  82. ^ Storm Prediction Center June 4, 2008 0838 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  83. ^ Storm Prediction Center June 5, 2008 0901 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  84. ^ Storm Prediction Center June 11, 2008 0815 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
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  87. ^ Storm Prediction Center March 5, 2009 0836 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  88. ^ Storm Prediction Center March 23, 2009 0859 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  89. ^ Storm Prediction Center March 26, 2009 0846 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  90. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 1, 2009 0813 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  91. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 9, 2009 0756 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  92. ^ Storm Prediction Center June 6, 2009 0711 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  93. ^ Storm Prediction Center August 6, 2009 0743 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  94. ^ Storm Prediction Center August 7, 2009 0731 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  95. ^ Storm Prediction Center March 26, 2010 1653 UTC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks
  96. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 1, 2010 0800 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  97. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 29, 2010 0752 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  98. ^ Storm Prediction Center May 10, 2010 0711 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  99. ^ Storm Prediction Center February 27, 2011 0839 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  100. ^ Storm Prediction Center March 7, 2011 0948 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  101. ^ Storm Prediction Center March 8, 2011 0948 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  102. ^ Storm Prediction Center March 21, 2011 0812 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  103. ^ Storm Prediction Center March 22, 2011 0818 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  104. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 3, 2011 0751 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  105. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 9, 2011 0755 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  106. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 10, 2011 0749 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  107. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 14, 2011 0755 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  108. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 15, 2011 0740 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  109. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 26, 2011 0840 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  110. ^ Storm Prediction Center April 29, 2011 0823 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  111. ^ Storm Prediction Center May 9, 2011 1620 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  112. ^ Storm Prediction Center May 24, 2011 0815 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  113. ^ Storm Prediction Center May 29, 2011 0753 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  114. ^ Storm Prediction Center May 30, 2011 0608 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
  115. ^ Storm Prediction Center June 6, 2011 1700 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
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  118. ^ Storm Prediction Center June 29, 2011 0846 UTC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
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