Upslope advance of forest fires Forest fires have been advancing upslope across the western United States in recent decades.
WILDEST OF FOREST FIRES
California wildfire: Dozens airlifted from Sierra National Forest
150 million dead trees could fuel unprecedented firestorms in the Sierra Nevada
The 2021 Dixie Fire, California
The Yellowstone Fires.-1988
The 1871 Great Michigan Fire
The 2020 Bay Area Fire, California
Snake River Complex Fire, Idaho
McKinney Fire Becomes California’s Largest of 2022
Cow Canyon Fire, August 3, 2022. Washington Two wildfires are burning in Ellensburg, Washington area
Hog Trough Fire Wildfire Montana, USA
Windigo Fire Wildfire Oregon, USA
Dixie fire as recorded from satellite. In total, the Dixie fire burned for more than 100 days, including more than a month of fire activity after the perimeter was contained
The Tubbs Fire that broke out in October of 2017 and devastated parts of Santa Rosa was caused by a homeowner's electrical equipment.
Camp Fire - 2018 California Wildfires
Flags on Arizona state buildings lowered to honor deaths of 19 firefighters in Yarnell fire
The Cloquet forest fire in northern Minnesota in October 1918. In total, 453 people died and 52,000 people were injured and $73 million ($1.315 billion in 2022 US dollars) loss in property suffered.