Good news! The pilot cars are again moving on the Sterling Highway. However, the smoke and marine layer will remain an issue so please drive cautiously.
THERE IS A COMMUNITY MEETING AT STERLING COMMUNITY CENTER AT 6 P.M.
(Click here for a PDF of the meeting flyer: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1nT6heVQvwYC7IzZt5rap6_Kql-2JLmFn)
The Highway remains at one lane with pilot cars, so expect and plan for potentially hours long delays again today, so bring water and snacks. Flying might a possibility but flights are filling up. In addition, if the fire behavior increases and fire operations have a problem, traffic could be temporarily stopped until the emergency is over so, at times, delays could be longer.
|This is the burnout last night. Looking west toward |
Mystery Creek Road and then curved along the
Last night's burnout operations went to midnight last night and went well. Line has been burned from east of Mystery Creek Road to about MP 69. Those firing operations will continue today down the East Fork of the Moose River and again along the highway to Watson Lake