Increased mobilization of resources through CIFFC is required to support operations in the active agencies. Agency priorities may need to be considered as a necessary measure to address the demand for shared resources among multiple active agencies. There is a moderate probability that drawing down resources from non-active agencies may pose a risk should existing conditions change.
Significant wildland fire activity is occurring in one or more agencies, with incident management (IMTs) actively engaged.
Demand and mobilization of interagency resources through CIFFC is moderate to high.
Potential for emerging significant wildland fires is normal for time of year.
Active Geographic Areas (GA's) are unable to independently accomplish incident management objectives. Resource capability remains stable enough nationally to sustain incident operations and meet objectives in active GA's.
Significant wildland fire activity is increasing in a few geographic areas.
Resources within most geographic areas are adequate to manage the current situation, with light to moderate mobilization of resources occurring through the National Interagency Coordination Center.
Potential for emerging significant wildland fires is normal to below normal for the time of year.