methanetracker.org continues to add layers and improve reporting. To demonstrate what you can observe and learn, the image below reveals the relationship between forest fires, CO and methane release/concentrations.
The image shows the CH4 concentrations above 1950 ppb (yellow areas) between 399-607 mb on August 3, 2013 0-12 hr. The methane is overlaid on the CO (carbon monoxide) concentrations for August 3, which is a result of the forest fires in Siberia (brown, orange and red areas).
The result is a pretty tight fit. This causes concern about increasing methane, since CO and methane oxidation require OH (hydroxyl) for breakdown. Thus with more large fires and CO in the atmosphere, it adds to the increasing concentrations of methane.