Active fires include Peavine Canyon, Pyramid, Klone, Cashmere and Basalt. Fire behavior includes backing fire with some upslope runs with spotting and isolated torching at higher elevations as well as active burning in the upper elevations. Some short lived up-slope crown runs have been observed. The Table Mountain Complex, to the south, continues to threaten the perimeter of the Peavine Fire on the Wenatchee Complex.
Canyon Fire – 7,559 acres, Byrd Fire – 14,160 acres, Poison Canyon Fire – 5,910 acres, Peavine Canyon Fire – 18,880 acres, First Creek Fire – 1,361 acres, Pyramid Fire – 1,068, acres Klone Fire – 1,323 acres, Cashmere Fire – 1,452 acres, Basalt Fire – 793 acres, Miscellaneous Fires – 632 acres *In the Miscellaneous fire category, there are 7 active fires and 7 fires under patrol status. The Maverick (22 acres) and John (2 acres) fires are 100% contained. The Sears Creek (368 acres), White Pine (51 acres), and Cuitin Lake (189 acres) fires are 0% contained
Burnout implementation continues over the next two days. The objective is to secure the western boundaries of the Table Mountain and Peavine fires.