UPDATE 3: Ended coverage on this wildfire. As of June 8, 2022. The fire has been held.
UPDATE 2: The fire is estimated at 545 hectares and is being held. As of June 6, 2022.
UPDATE: The fire is now at an estimated 500 hectares. As of 9:15 AM Saturday June 4, 2022. There are no structures threatened by this fire but wind could blow smoke into nearby communities. The fire was caused by lightning.
The BC Wildfire Service is currently responding to a 150 hectare wildfire in the Fort St. John Zone. BCWS says NO structures are being threatened. Wildfire crews and water bombers are dispatched to the scene.
Updates to follow in this posting.
The BC Wildfire Service (BCWS) is responding to the Sikanni Chief River Wildfire (G80265) in the Fort St John Zone, SW of the Sikanni Chief Canyon Park. It is estimated at 150 ha and no homes or structures are being threatened. BCWS personnel and airtankers are responding. #YXJ
- No watches or warnings in effect, Fort St. John January 17, 2023
- Current Conditions: Mostly Cloudy, -13.8°C January 30, 2023
- Monday: Chance of flurries. High minus 10. POP 40% January 30, 2023
- Monday night: Chance of flurries. Low minus 15. POP 40% January 30, 2023
- Tuesday: Snow. High minus 13. January 30, 2023
- Tuesday night: Snow. Low minus 22. January 30, 2023
- Wednesday: Snow. High minus 22. January 30, 2023
- Wednesday night: Periods of snow. Low minus 24. January 30, 2023
- Thursday: Snow. High minus 14. January 30, 2023
- Thursday night: Chance of flurries. Low minus 13. POP 60% January 30, 2023