When it rains, Oregon wildfire map turns into an epic flood map

A massive wildfire in Oregon is turning into a massive flood map, and a city is facing a $100,000 bill.

The Fort McMurray wildfire, which has burned more than 100,000 acres and displaced more than 4,000 people, has forced evacuations and forced the closure of the Canadian border.

The city has been shut down, and Fort McMurry residents have been forced to move to higher ground.

The wildfire is so large that it is now the second-largest wildfire in North America.

It is estimated that there are more than 500 fires burning in the United States right now.

The Fort McMurdo blaze is one of the largest in the world, with about 2,000 firefighters battling the blaze.

It’s estimated that more than 1,500 homes have been destroyed.

The blaze started as a dry fire in the early morning hours of May 1.

But as the fire moved inland, it started to grow and grew, with temperatures climbing into the 80s and topping 90 degrees.

The National Weather Service has said the fire is expected to burn for weeks.

Fort McMurrie residents had to relocate to higher grounds as the flames approached the city.

But residents are now facing a bill of $100k for the relocation, as well as the cost of keeping their homes.

Fort Mac residents are facing another $150,000 charge, as the city has yet to release information about the damages to its infrastructure and roads.

The evacuation order is also for $100.

The City of Fort McMurgrie issued a statement about the evacuation order saying it’s due to a fire emergency and that residents can call 1-888-673-4100 to speak to a resident.