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The Southwest Coordination Center (SWCC) is the interagency focal point for coordinating the mobilization of resources between the twelve Federal and State Dispatch Centers of the Southwest Area and, when necessary, the National Coordination Center in Boise, ID.  Located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the SWCC mobilizes resources for wildland fire, prescribed fire, and other all-risk incidents. In addition, the Center provides Predictive Services and Intelligence related-products in support of incident management decision-making for wildland fire managers and on-the-ground wildland firefighters.

Please note, the primary audience for the information provided on the SWCC website is the active wildland firefighting community for the purpose of planning and strategical operations. As such, this site is not designed to be the primary general wildland fire information website (see Site Disclaimer) for the Southwest Area.  Each state located within the boundaries of the Southwest Area has their own established site, which can be found via the Incident Information page or on the leftside menubar.


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PREPAREDNESS LEVELS
     
Southwest 2 (3/28/14)
National 1 (9/23/13)
     

DAILY FIRE SUMMARY Reports for April 18, 2014
  Fires Acres
Human 2 0
Lightning 0 0
TOTAL
2
0
     
  Active ICS-209's:    
  Brown U AZ-CNF 240
  Fisher N/R AZ-COF 145
    U = Updated; NR=No Report
DAILY FIRE DANGER REPORT  
  Low Medium High Very High Extreme
  0 2 37 0 0
           
 
YEAR-TO-DATE FIRE SUMMARY  
  Fires Acres
Human 466 9,757
Lightning 4 11
TOTAL
470
9,768
     

 
YEAR-TO-DATE PRESCRIBED FIRE  
  Fires Acres
TOTAL 57 22,517
     

 

MAPS

ROSS ENTERED INCIDENTS

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WildWeb

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SWCC Briefing

SWCC MORNING INTELLIGENCE BRIEFING
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Resources

SIT300 (IMT & Crews) SIT300 (Aviation) SWCC Daily Resource Summary SWA 7-Day Anticipated Resource Demand
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Potential

DAILY - SWA Daily Fire Weather Outlook 7-Day- SWA 7-Day Potential Outlook
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 AREA-WIDE
ARIZONA
NEW MEXICO
SOUTHWEST AREA
FUEL MODEL "C"
(Open Pine w/Grass (FM-2))
[Graphic] - NFDRS Fuel Model C (Arizona)
[Graphic] - NFDRS Fuel Model C (New Mexico)
[Graphic] - NFDRS Fuel Model C (Southwest Area)
FUEL MODEL "G"
(Closed, short-needle conifer (FM-10))
[Graphic] - NFDRS Fuel Model G (Arizona)
[Graphic] - NFDRS Fuel Model G (New Mexico)
[Graphic] - NFDRS Fuel Model G (Southwest Area)
FUEL MODEL "K"
(Light Slash (FM-11))
[Graphic] - NFDRS Fuel Model K (Arizona)
[Graphic] - NFDRS Fuel Model K (New Mexico)
[Graphic] - NFDRS Fuel Model K (Southwest Area)