Bighorn wildfire causes residents to evacuate.

 In Event News

The Bighorn wildfire in the Santa Catalina Mountains near Tucson, has destroyed over 4700 acres of land and forced to issue mandatory evacuations for about 200 residences. The wildfire was caused by lightning, when a severe storm passed through Arizona last week.

The wildfire zone has temperatures up to 106 degrees and continued low humidity. Wildfires throughout the state have been fueled by the hot weather conditions and this might increase the wildfire activity.

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AZ Bighorn Wildfire Proximity Map – as of 06-12-2020

Wildfire proximity maps show proximity of locations at risk to the active wildfire in terms of distance from the current fire perimeter. Distance from perimeter is provided in zones:

  • Zone 1: 10-50 miles
  • Zone 2: 5-10 miles
  • Zone 3: 1-5 miles
  • Zone 4: 0-1 miles
  • Zone 5: Within perimeter

The state wildfire proximity map provides a view of the proximity maps for all wildfires within Arizona:

Arizona State Wildfire Proximity Map – as of 06-12-2020

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