- The Carlton Complex Fire is 237,890 acres. It is 2 percent contained. 3,500+ personnel are fighting it.
- About 200 homes have been lost, 1,200 homes have been evacuated.
- One man has died trying to protect his home from the wildfires
- 12 towns are affected by evacuations. There is a Level 3 evacuation between the town of Carlton and Pateros.
- Red Cross Shelters have opened in Twisp, Omak and Chelan. Displaced public can make contact with the Red Cross at 509-990-0969.
- US 2 is closed from Coles Corner to Leavenworth with no estimated time for reopening.
- SR 20 is closed in both directions from MP 210, nine miles east of Twisp, to MP 223, 10 miles west of Okanogan. There is no detour available, no estimated time of reopening.
- The Chiwakum Complex Fire is 11,051 acres and is 10 percent contained.
- The Mills Canyon Fire is 22,751 acres and 75 percent contained
A complex of fires in north-central Washington has burned about 379 square miles, making it the largest wildfire in the state since record-keeping started.
Forecasters say calmer winds and cooler temperatures are headed for a fire-scorched region of Washington state, conditions that could help firefighters in their battle against wildfires that have charred hundreds of square miles of terrain.
A slight chance of rain is expected for Tuesday, with more of a possibility of precipitation on Wednesday. With the rain comes a chance of lightning, according to KING 5 meteorologists.
Sunday's official estimate put the wildfire burning in north-central Washington at more than 370 square miles. That's more than four times the area of Seattle, which is 83.9 square miles.
In all, some 200 homes have been lost in the Carlton Complex fire where nearly 300,000 acres had been scorched as of early Monday. Electricity and water services are out to parts of Brewster, Pateros, Twisp and Winthrop. Crews say it could take weeks for power to be restored. Roughly 7,000 people were still without power in Okanogan County.
The Washington National Guard has been pushing back against the flames with four Blackhawk helicopters, dumping more than 400,000 gallons of water. There are nearly 1,400 firefighters battling the flames, assisted by more than 100 fire engines.
Two military air tankers from Wyoming are in Boise to help fight wildfires in the Pacific Northwest.
The Air Expeditionary Group said Monday that two C-130's from the Wyoming Air National Guard's 153rd Airlift Wing haven't been called up to fight a particular fire but will be flown throughout the region on an as-needed basis.
The planes are equipped with a large device called the Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System, or MAFFS. They can drop 3,000 gallons of water or fire retardant in less than five seconds.
Man dies trying to save home
The Okanogan County sheriff's office says a man died of an apparent heart attack while fighting a wildfire near his home.
The sheriff's office says 67-year-old Rob Koczewski was stricken Saturday while he and his wife were hauling water and digging fire lines on their property, which was threatened by part of the massive Carlton Complex wildfire.
Sheriff Frank Rogers says Koczewski was a retired Washington State Patrol trooper and U.S. Marine. A friend said he had a history of heart issues.
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