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The Moss Ranch Fire has transitioned to a Type 4 incident. The incident is also

downsizing the resources assigned to the blaze.

Activity yesterday- Minimal fire behavior was observed.

Today- Firefighters will continue to patrol the fire

Road closures- The Nenamay, FB 4100, & 1000 roads will be open Friday, August

2 nd at 0600 hrs. The Little Bitteroot Road on the NW perimeter of the fire will

remain closed until further notice.

Today’s weather- Hot and dry weather pattern with above normal temperatures,

will continue through the weekend, into early next week. Today- Sunny Temp-

90-95 RH- 13-23% Wind 5-7 west.

The fire is 5,310 acres and 100% contained.

Please stay out of the area and adhere to all road closures.

The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Division of Fire would like to thank all the local Rural Fire Departments for their aid and assistance during the large burnout operation that took place last week. It is greatly appreciated!

If you have questions or concerns regarding this notice, please contact Division of

Fire at 676-2550 or contact C.T. Camel, Prevention Specialist, at 406-676-2550 ext. 6407 or email:

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