Climate Central put together , a constantly updated listing of wildfires in the United States. Alaska, the Western United States, and Florida are ... not doing so well as of this writing, as you can see in the above pic.
The map takes fire information from and overlays it on a Google map. Clicking on the individual fires takes you to more information about the area affected. "As temperatures warm and large parts of the U.S. become drier, wildfires are becoming more common and widespread — a trend likely to worsen thanks to climate change caused by human greenhouse gas emissions, as well as land use change and population growth," Climate Central writes on the map.
Information on the map is updated daily utilizing both observational data from satellites and other high altitude craft as well as fire responders on the ground who risk their lives every day to make sure that the whole country doesn't catch on fire.