The burnout along I-95 is now complete. Here is some pictures from the morning commute before it was. Tucker Fire was started by lightning in a fairly inaccessible area west of I-95 on Monday June 26, 2017 near Cocoa, FL. I-95 has been closed on and off over this wildfire. The wind has currently shifted away and it is open for now. Drivers are being cautioned for smoke hazards in the area. I-95 may close again depending on conditions. Current road statue can be found at the Florida Highway Patrol Incident Map.
White Mountain Apache Tribe Needs Water
Cibecue, Arizona is suffering in the heat wave with failed pumps and very little water. The White Mountain Apache Tribe is declaring an emergency. They are requesting cases of bottled water be dropped off at the Navajo County Board of Supervisors Offices in Holbrook, or to the Reception Desk in Show Low at 550 N. 9th Place. This area is only receiving about 5% of their normal water amount. Yavapai County is in less dire need. The heat has upped usage to the point of straining the limits of their equipment though it's still functioning. They are requesting people to conserve at least 50% of their normal use.