e moderate afternoon winds should help firefighters continue to make progress on the three large fires in Central Oregon today.
Firefighters made great progress on all wildfires in Central Oregon today including the two on the Sisters Ranger District near Lake Billy Chinook and new fire on the south end of the Deschutes National Forest called Hole in the Ground.
Firefighters worked through the night on the Monty and Bean Creek Fires on the Sisters Ranger District of the Deschutes National Forest. The Monty Fire is now estimated to be 7-8 acres and Bean Creek is estimated at 35 acres.
A lightning storm passed through Central Oregon today and ignited two new fires on the Sisters Ranger District of the Deschutes National Forest. Crews are working with aerial resources on the Monty Fire (768) and Bean Creek Fire (766).
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