The leading web map for tracking wildfires.

Detection, progression, extents and more.

United States, Canada, Mexico and beyond.

Maria Fire 2019
LNU Complex with GOES sensor polygons showing
LNU Complex with GOES detection polygons showing
Getty Fire 2019
South America in flames with NOAA wind 2019
Camp Fire 2018
Ranch and River Fires 2018
Cougar Creek 2018
Oklahoma 2018
Woolsey Fire 2018
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Hot spot detections by MODIS and VIIRS satellite sensors are displayed over familiar Google Maps Imagery. Unique symbol color age-gradient indicates fire progression and enables quick assessment of fire behavior, movement and threat. Detection times, radiative power, and other data are displayed in the right side-panel by clicking on symbols. Updated hourly.


Wildfire containment perimeters display as they are posted to USGS GeoMAC by the lead fire agencies involved. Selectable historic perimeters map layers indicate previously burned areas. Click inside polygons for data about burn events. Updated hourly.


Current Fire Activity

  • Inciweb Incidents (US)
  • GeoMAC Large Fire Points (US)
  • Prescribed Burns (Inciweb-US)
  • Wildfire Perimeters (GeoMAC-US)
  • NASA VIIRS and MODIS Hotspots (World)

Historic Fire Activity

  • GeoMAC perimeters 2000-2018 (US)
  • CAL FIRE Perimeters 1950-2007 (California)
  • Fire-affected areas 1878 – 1950 (California)

Fire Hazard Severity (CAL FIRE-California)

  • Moderate
  • HIgh
  • Very High

Wildfire Potential (NIFC – US)

  • (August-November)

Fire agency responsibility areas (California)

  • Local (LRA)
  • State CAL FIRE (SRA)
  • Federal (FRA)


  • Wind (Derived from NOAA Global Climate Model-World)
  • RAWS (Remote Automatic Weather Stations-Synoptic) (US)

BASE LAYERS – Easily toggle from layer to layer.

  • Google Hybrid Imagery (World)
  • Google Imagery (World)
  • Google Terrain
  • OpenStreetMap (open source)
  • US Topo. Live feed from USGS
  • USGS 7.5’ Quadrangle (scanned and seamed)


  • Live Share. Send live map view links with full functionality lasting two hours.
  • Print and download. Insert title and print, or save as PDF, or export as PNG.
  • Google Street View. See nearest street view with two clicks.
  • Metrics. Measure distances and areas. Click points for coordinates.
  • Bookmarks. Save your views and return to them easily.
  • Zoom to Perimeter. Open current list of perimeters and zoom to instantly.
  • Annotate. Add point symbols to the map and attach your own data.

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  • Extend access to an unlimited number of users via simple email invitation.
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Wildfire Viewer is built on our open source software platform, MapPort®, making it very easy to augment with data unique to your operation. It could be your own data or data acquired from other sources, private or public. For example, we can pin permits, case records or other documents you may have in a database to points in the map for purposes of spatial organization, work flow management, and ease of retrieval anywhere via browser. Our team is ready to provide a personal tour of WV and learn how best to serve your needs.


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