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⚠️ Flash Flood Warning ⚠️ in effect until 10:15 PM MST for portions of Yavapai and Coconino Counties. This includes Fraziers Well and Grand Canyon Caverns Airport. More info:…. #azwx
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Yes, even w/recent rains, there are areas across #AZ that are still concerning & fire restrictions do remain in place w/n *some* State Lands. Areas w/o, put out campfires completely! Secure tow chains, don't toss cigarettes, & never pull off the road into veg. #AZFire #AZForestry
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A cool place to rest for @PinalCounty residents impacted by power outages.…
Resources for Pinal County residents in need following yesterday's storm.…
Committee Fire east of Sedona roughly 300 acres
Erratic winds cause growth in Sedona-area Committee Fire
Arizona National Guard deploys to support Coconino County to help mitigate post-wildfire flooding:…
Showing up to do the work! AZ Division of Emergency Management Director Allen Clark (jeans and bucket hat) helping fill sandbags in Coconino County. Sign up to volunteer at uwna.volunteer
Our officer, Tim Holt, captured this crazy moment as water surged down the #PipelineFire burn scar on the San Francisco Peaks yesterday. Tim, who was on the mountain helping enforce closures, said it was "pretty intimidating" to watch as this powerful act of nature happened!
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Resources responding to Committee Fire located east of Sedona
High Pollution Advisory issued in Pima County
Ozone High Pollution Advisory issued in Maricopa County for Friday, July 15
Casner Fire 90 percent contained
High Pollution Advisory issued for Pima County
Prescott National Forest rescinds fire restrictions
Preparing yourself for a wildfire evacuation doesn't have to be hard. Start with these simple steps 👇k
Ozone High Pollution Advisory issued for Maricopa County for Thursday, July 14
Pima County Department of Environmental Quality issues ground-level ozone pollution advisory
Anywhere it rains, it can flood. Be prepared and aware, no matter where you live or work, but especially if you are in low-lying areas, near water, behind a levee or downstream from a dam. #ReadySetGoAz #FloodSmart
Casner Fire 50 percent contained following aerial and ground operations, rain
Ozone High Pollution Advisory extended to Wednesday, July 13
Pima County, ADHS announce Arizona’s first monkeypox case beyond Phoenix area
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests resources continue suppression response to Mesa Fire
Coconino County Flood Control District calls community meeting
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests resources continue suppression response to Mesa Fire
Wildfires can cause changes to the landscape that result in a new risk for flood. Take a few minutes to pack an emergency go kit, make a plan for evacuation, and learn about flood watches and warnings. #ReadySetGoAz #FloodSmart
Senator Highway unsafe for passenger and low clearance vehicles
Coconino County Flood Control District issues urgent call for sandbag volunteers
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests resources continue to respond to Mesa Fire
Lower Sycamore Creek, Parsons Trail to close Saturday due to flash flooding risk
If you want to do more to prepare yourself for wildfires but don't know where to start, look here! Being more prepared is just a few simple steps.
Ozone High Pollution Advisory issued for Thursday, July 07
Burned Area Emergency Response team completes soil burn severity map for Haywire Fire
Have a safe and happy Independence Day weekend, everyone! Remember to play it safe this holiday-- leave the fireworks to the professionals!
Antelope Valley Fire reaches 100% containment
The monsoon is here in Arizona, and so is the Monsoon Hot Seat. 🔥⛈ We gave Adam thirty seconds to answer rapid fire questions about the monsoon... and he did great!j
Monsoon Season Arrival and Holiday Travel
Dust coming your way? We have a simple message: Don't go there. The best way to be safe when driving and a dust storm hits is to not drive into the dust storm! Visibility can drop to zero in just seconds. #PullAsideStayAlive
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Antelope Valley Fire: containment reaches 75%
Absolutely! After fire, comes flood.…
Antelope Valley Fire will move into mop up status
Evacuating for a wildfire or flood can be complicated if you have pets. Make sure you know your pet’s hiding places and create a “Go Kit” for your animal. Learn how to prepare at #ReadySetGoAz
Monsoon storms bring dust, rain… and health dangers
Burned Area Emergency Response team concluding work on Pipeline Fire, moving to Haywire Fire
Ozone High Pollution Advisory issued for today in Maricopa County
Wildfire and flood are two very real threats to Arizona during this time of year-- which means evacuations are possible at any moment. Take a minute this Sunday to ensure your furry ones are ready to go, too.
Ozone High Pollution Advisory issued for Saturday, June 25 and Sunday, June 26
Pay attention to where your pet hides when afraid of something in the house, such as a smoke alarm. You never know when those seconds will count.
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