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Last Update: June 25, 2016 1930 hours

Type I IMT
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Type II IMT
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News and Notes

Changes 06/30/2016 at 1544 MDT

  • 2 hr:Rochy Basin
  • 8 hr: Northwest
  • 24 hr : Northern Rockies

Changes 06/29/2016 at 0001 PST

  • 2 hr: NC
  • 8 hr: CS
  • 24 hr: SC

Type I IMT
Regional Rotation

Type II IMT
Socal Rotation

Type II IMT
Central Cal Rotation

Changes 06/29/2016 at 0001 MDT

  • 2 hr: Minton
  • 8 hr: McGowan
  • 24 hr : von Tillow

Changes 06/29/2016 at 0001 PST

  • 2 hr: Fogle
  • 8 hr: Kelly
  • 24 hr:

 

Changes 06/29/2016 at 0001 PST

  • 2 hr: Mills
  • 8 hr:
  • 24 hr:

 

06/25/2016 1930

Erskine, CA-CND-001415, Vegetation Fire, Kern County, Update
Erskine Creek Rd x Apollo Way
Minton (CIIMT-5) in command
Unified command with USFS, BLM, and Kern County Fire
SRA/FRA

  • 36,810 Acres, 10% Contained
  • Mandatory evacuations still in place
  • Approximately 200 structures are destroyed and 75 damaged
  • Continued threat to life and properties including the communities of Mountain Mesa, South Lake, Lakeland Estates, and Bull Center. 
  • Portions of Highway 178 and the Kelso Valley are also threatened
  • Power transmission lines, communications systems and transportation corridors have been impacted
  • The fire is expected to remain active well into the evening
  • Commitment of Forest Service air and ground resources

Marina, CA-INF-000992, Vegetation Fire, Mono County, Update
1 Mile NW of Lee Vining
Unified command with USFS, Mono County Sheriff, and CHP
FRA/SRA

  • 819 Acres, 30% Contained
  • So Cal Team 1 (Fogel) transitioned today
  • Threat to Tioga Lodge, High Sierra Plant, and Mono Inn.
  • Hwy 395 closed Between Lee Vining and Highway 167 with
  • Periodic escorted one-lane traffic
  • Power outages reported North of Lee Vining
  • Commitment of Forest Service air and ground resources

Fish Fire, CA-ANF-002419, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Brookridge X Opal Canyon
Mike Wakoski (So Cal. Team 3) in Command
Unified Command with USFS, LAC, LASO, and Azusa PD
FRA/LRA

  • 4,085 Acres, 48% Contained
  • Un-contained, Inaccessible fire perimeter adjacent to populated areas that transition to forest lands
  • Narrow road systems with limited access
  • Incursions by drone aircraft were reported
  • Commitment of Forest Service air and ground resources

Reservoir Fire, CA-ANF-002417, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Hwy 39 at Morris Reservoir
Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command

FRA

  • 1,200 Acres, 48% Contained
  • Continue reinforcing existing control lines
  • Incursions by drone aircraft were reported
  • Commitment of Forest Service air and ground resources

Border, CA-MVU-014498, Vegetation Fire, San Diego County, Update
Hwy 94 X Hwy 188, 2 miles west of Potrero
Cal Fire IMT 5 (Bravo) in command
SRA 

  • 7,609 acres, grass, brush, 75% contained
  • Fire activity was minimal small pockets and patches of interior islands have continued to burn out
  • All evacuations orders have been lifted

Sherpa, CA-LPF-001643, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 3 IC (Schwarm) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Santa Barbara County
FRA   

  • 7,474 acres, 93% Contained
  • Mop-up and secure current perimeter
  • El Capitan State Beach will remain closed at least through 07/15/2016
  • Portions of North Refugio Road and West Camino Cielo Road remain closed
  • Extreme topography has limited direct  line construction in some fire locations
  • Commitment of Forest Service air and ground resources
06/25/2016 0800

Erskine, CA-CND-001415, Vegetation Fire, Kern County, Update
Erskine Creek Rd x Apollo Way
Unified command with BLM, USFS, and Kern County Fire
SRA/FRA

  • 35,711 Acres, 0% Contained
  • CA IMT Type 1 Team 5 (Minton) in command
  • Mandatory evacuations in progress
  • Current evacuation centers are at capacity
  • Continued threat to life and properties in surrounding areas.
  • Multiple structures destroyed.
  • Commitment of forest service air and ground resources

Marina, CA-INF-000992, Vegetation Fire, Mono County, Update
Hwy 395 x Mono Lake
Unified command with USFS, Mono County, and CHP
FRA/SRA

  • 600 Acres, 5% Contained
  • Southern California Type 2 Team (Fogle) activated.
    In-brief Lee Vining Community Center, Saturday 25 June, time 1400.
  • Threat to Tioga Lodge, High Sierra Plant, and Mono Inn.
  • Hwy 395 closed
  • Power outages reported North of Lee Vining.
  • Steep and inaccessible terrain.

Fish Fire, CA-ANF-002419, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Brookridge X Opal Canyon
Unified Command with USFS and Los Angeles County
FRA/LRA

  • 4,085 Acres, 48% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
  • Communities affected Azusa, Duarte, Bradbury, Monrovia
    and San Gabriel District of the ANF
  • Continue to anchor the fire and perimeter control.

Reservoir Fire, CA-ANF-002417, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Hwy 39 at Morris Reservoir
FRA

  • 1,200 Acres, 48% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
  • Continue reinforcing existing control lines.

Border, CA-MVU-014498, Vegetation Fire, San Diego County, Update
Hwy 94 X Hwy 188, 2 miles west of Potrero
Cal Fire IMT 5 (Bravo) in command
SRA

  • 7,609 acres, grass, brush, 70% contained
  • Minimize the impacts to the BLM wilderness study area, surrounding
    communities, protect cultural and archeological resources.
  • Minimal fire growth is anticipated.
  • Traffic control points remain in effect at; Harris Ranch Rd x Potrero, and
    Hwy 94 x Martin Rd.

 

06/24/2016 1830

Erskine, CA-CND-001415, Vegetation Fire, Kern County, Update
Erskine Creek Rd x Apollo Way
Unified command with BLM, USFS, and Kern County Fire
SRA/FRA

  • 25,000 Acres, 0% Contained
  • Transition to CA IMT Type 1 Team 5 (Minton),
    will assume command 06/24 @ 2000.
  • Mandatory evacuations in progress
  • Continued threat to life and properties in surrounding areas.
  • Multiple structures destroyed.
  • Commitment of forest service air and ground resources

Marina, CA-INF-000992, Vegetation Fire, Mono County, Update
Hwy 395 x Mono Lake
Unified command with USFS, Mono County, and CHP
FRA/SRA

  • 500 Acres, 0% Contained
  • Southern California Type 2 Team (Fogle) activated.
    In-brief Lee Vining Community Center, Saturday 25 June, time TBD.
  • Threat to Tioga Lodge, High Sierra Plant, and Mono Inn.
  • Hwy 395 closed
  • Power outages reported North of Lee Vining.
  • Steep and inaccessible terrain.

Fish Fire, CA-ANF-002419, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Brookridge X Opal Canyon
Unified Command with USFS and Los Angeles County
FRA/LRA

  • 4,067 Acres, 30% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
  • Repopulation of Azusa, Duarte, Bradbury, and Monrovia
    began at 1200 today.
  • Continue to anchor the fire and perimeter control.

Reservoir Fire, CA-ANF-002417, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Hwy 39 at Morris Reservoir
FRA

  • 1,200 Acres, 30% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
  • Continue reinforcing existing control lines.

Border, CA-MVU-014498, Vegetation Fire, San Diego County, Update
Hwy 94 X Hwy 188, 2 miles west of Potrero
Cal Fire IMT 5 (Bravo) in command
SRA

  • 7,609 acres, grass, brush, 60% contained
  • Minimize the impacts to the BLM wilderness study area, surrounding
    communities, protect cultural and archeological resources.
  • Minimal fire growth is anticipated.
  • Traffic control points remain in effect at; Harris Ranch Rd x Potrero,
    Hwy 94 x Martin Rd., and Volmer Rd. x Hwy 94.

Sherpa, CA-LPF-001643, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 3 IC (Schwarm) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Santa Barbara County
FRA 

  • 7,474 acres, 100% Contained (FRA= 2,511 acres, SRA= 4,963 acres)
  • Mop-up and secure current perimeter.
  • Continue suppression repair.
  • This is the final report on this incident.
06/24/2016 1330

Erskin, CA-CND-001415, Vegetation Fire, Kern County, Update
Erskin Creek Rd x Apollo Way
Unified command with BLM,USFS, and Kern County Fire
FRA/SRA

  • 19,034 Acres, 0% Contained
  • CA IMT Type 1 Team 5 (Minton) in-briefed @ 1200
  • Mandatory evacuations in progress.
  • FMAG approved.
  • Threat to life, local communities, residences,
    infrastructure in the surrounding areas.
  • Commitment of Forest Service air & ground resources.
06/24/2016 1135 Effective at 0600 this morning, Southern California Geographical Preparedness Level as increased to 4.
06/24/2016 0930

Marina, CA-INF-000992, Vegetation Fire, Mono County, New
Hwy 395 x Mono Lake
Unified command with USFS, Mono County, and CHP
FRA/SRA
Start Time: 0523

  • 200 Acres, 0% Contained
  • 63o, 25% RH, 12 mph
  • Hwy 395 closed
  • Fire is moving away from infrastructure to wilderness area
  • Assembling a Type 3 team
06/24/2016 0830

Erskin, CA-CND-001415, Vegetation Fire, Kern County, Update
Erskin Creek Rd x Apollo Way
Unified command with BLM, USFS, and Kern County Fire
SRA/FRA

  • 8,000 Acres, 0% Contained
  • CA IMT Type 1 Team 5 (Minton) is being mobilized, in-brief at 1200
  • Mandatory evacuations in progress
  • FMAG approved
  • 100 structures lost
  • Commitment of forest service air and ground resources

Fish Fire, CA-ANF-002419, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Brookridge X Opal Canyon
Unified Command with USFS and Los Angeles County
FRA/LRA

  • 4,067 Acres, 30% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
  • Continued threat to communities of Duarte, Bradbury, Azusa, and Monrovia.
  • Threat to neighborhoods of Mountain Cove, Sunnydale, and Mt. Olive.
  • Risks exist for the power grid in the San Gabriel Valley, nesting bald eagle
    habitat, Santa Ana Sucker Habitat, San Gabriel watershed, and reservoirs
    that provide drinking water to Azusa and Duarte.
  • Structure defense, anchor the fire, perimeter control.

Reservoir Fire, CA-ANF-002417, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Hwy 39 at Morris Reservoir
FRA

  • 1,200 Acres, 30% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
  • Angeles National Forest education center, Rincon Fire Station,
    and recreational facilities still within threat zone.
  • Continue reinforcing existing control lines.

Border, CA-MVU-014498, Vegetation Fire, San Diego County, Update
Hwy 94 X Hwy 188, 2 miles west of Potrero
Cal Fire IMT 5 (Bravo) in command
SRA

  • 7,483 acres, grass, brush, 45% contained
  • Minimize the impacts to the BLM wilderness study area, surrounding
    communities, protect cultural and archeological resources.
  • Fire continues to make significant runs when in alignment with
    fuels and topography.
  • Evacuation center at Los Coches Elementary School
  • All evacuation orders are lifted
  • Traffic control points remain in effect at; Harris Ranch Rd x Potrero,
    Hwy 94 x Martin Rd., and Volmer Rd. x Hwy 94.

 

Sherpa, CA-LPF-001643, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 1 (Opliger) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Santa Barbara County
FRA 

  • 7,474 acres, 93% Contained (FRA= 2,511 acres, SRA= 4,963 acres)
  • Transfer of Command from CIIMT4 to a Type 3 organization will occur today.
    Most mandatory evacuations were reduced to evacuation warnings.
    Some areas still have continued restrictions.
06/23/2016 1845

Erskin, CA-CND-001415, Vegetation Fire, Kern County, Update
Erskin Creek Rd x Apollo Way
Unified command with BLM, USFS, and Kern County Fire
SRA/FRA

  • 1,500 Acres, 0% Contained
  • CA IMT Type 1 Team 5 (Minton) is being mobilized.
  • Evacuation of Kern Valley Hospital
  • Mandatory evacuations in progress
  • Structures threatened

Fish Fire, CA-ANF-002419, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Brookridge X Opal Canyon
Unified Command with USFS and Los Angeles County
FRA/LRA

  • 4,035 Acres, 15% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
  • Continued threat to communities of Duarte, Bradbury, Azusa, and Monrovia.
  • Threat to neighborhoods of Mountain Cove, Sunnydale, and Mt. Olive.
  • Risks exist for the power grid in the San Gabriel Valley, nesting bald eagle
    habitat, Santa Ana Sucker Habitat, San Gabriel watershed, and reservoirs
    that provide drinking water to Azusa and Duarte.
  • Structure defense, anchor the fire, perimeter control.

Reservoir Fire, CA-ANF-002417, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Hwy 39 at Morris Reservoir
FRA

  • 1,200 Acres, 15% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
  • Angeles National Forest education center, Rincon Fire Station,
    and recreational facilities still within threat zone.
  • Continue reinforcing existing control lines.

Border, CA-MVU-014498, Vegetation Fire, San Diego County, Update
Hwy 94 X Hwy 188, 2 miles west of Potrero
Cal Fire IMT 5 (Bravo) in command
SRA

  • 7,358 acres, grass, brush, 35% contained
  • Minimize the impacts to the BLM wilderness study area, surrounding
    communities, protect cultural and archeological resources.
  • Fire continues to make significant runs when in alignment with
    fuels and topography.
  • Evacuation center at Los Coches Elementary School
  • Anticipated release of all evacuation orders at 1800.
  • Traffic control points remain in effect at; Harris Ranch Rd x Potrero,
    Hwy 94 x Martin Rd., and Volmer Rd. x Hwy 94.
  • Demobilization of excess resources started today at 1800.

 

Sherpa, CA-LPF-001643, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 1 (Opliger) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Santa Barbara County
FRA 

  • 7,474 acres, 93% Contained (FRA= 2,511 acres, SRA= 4,963 acres)
  • Transfer of Command from CIIMT4 to a Type 3 organization will occur
    Friday, June 24th @ 0600.
  • Most mandatory evacuations were reduced to evacuation warnings.
    Some areas still have continued restrictions.
06/23/2016 1704

Erskin, CA-CND-001415, Vegetation Fire, Kern County, New
Erskin Creek Rd x Apollo Way
Unified command with BLM,USFS, and Kern County Fire
FRA/SRA
Start Time: 1558

  • 200 Acres, 0% Contained
  • Rapid rate of spread
  • 88o, 13% RH, 11 mph, SW, gusts of 24 mph
  • 600-800 structures threatened
  • Mandatory evacuation for community of Squirrel Mountain
  • VLAT ordered

 

06/23/2016 0830

Fish Fire, CA-ANF-002419, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Brookridge X Opal Canyon
Unified Command with USFS and Los Angeles County
FRA/LRA

  • 4,035 Acres, 15% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
  • Continued threat to communities of Duarte, Bradbury, Azusa, and Monrovia.
  • City of Azusa ( Mountain Cove Residents) evacuees to be re-populated on June 23. Azusa PD coordinating.
  • Structure defense, assess evacuation versus shelter in place.

Reservoir Fire, CA-ANF-002417, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Hwy 39 at Morris Reservoir
FRA

  • 1,200 Acres, 15% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
  • Threat to major Southern California Edison utility corridors, Forest Service recreation
    infrastructure, Forest Service administrative sites, Los Angeles County Fire Camp,
    drinking water reservoirs, and state highway.
  • Protect and maintain natural watershed features.

Border, CA-MVU-014498, Vegetation Fire, San Diego County, Update
Hwy 94 X Hwy 188, 2 miles west of Potrero
Cal Fire IMT 5 (Bravo) in command
SRA

  • 6,840 acres, grass, brush, 20% contained
  • Minimize the impacts to the BLM wilderness study area, surrounding
    communities, protect cultural and archeological resources.
  • Continued mandatory evacuations continue for Morena Valley.
  • Road closures remain in effect at the intersections
    of Hwy 94 @ Hwy 188 until 1800, then removed.

 

Sherpa, CA-LPF-001643, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 1 (Opliger) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Santa Barbara County
FRA 

  • 7,474 acres, 93% Contained
  • Transfer of Command from CIIMT4 to a Type 3 organization will occur
    Friday, June 24th @ 0600.
  • Most mandatory evacuations were reduced to evacuation warnings.
    Some areas still have continued restrictions.
06/22/2016 1830

Fish Fire, CA-ANF-002419, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Brookridge X Opal Canyon
Unified Command with USFS, and Los Angeles County
FRA/LRA

  • 3,700 Acres, 10% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
  • Incident transitioned from San Gabriel Complex back to individual incident.
  • Continued threat to communities of Duarte, Bradbury, Azusa, and Monrovia.
  • Brookridge re-populated at 1200 today.
  • Royal Oaks Dr., Green Bank Dr., & Encanto Parkway residents repopulated.
  • Structure defense, assess evacuation versus shelter in place.

Reservoir Fire, CA-ANF-002417, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Hwy 39 at Morris Reservoir
FRA

  • 1,200 Acres, 15% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
  • Incident transitioned from San Gabriel Complex back to individual incident.
  • Threat to major Southern California Edison utility corridors, Forest Service recreation
    infrastructure, Forest Service administrative sites, Los Angeles County Fire Camp,
    drinking water reservoirs, and state highway.
  • Continue reinforcing existing control lines.

Border, CA-MVU-014498, Vegetation Fire, San Diego County, Update
Hwy 94 X Hwy 188, 2 miles west of Potrero
Cal Fire IMT 5 (Bravo) in command
SRA

  • 6,723 acres, grass, brush, 20% contained
  • Minimize the impacts to the BLM wilderness study area, surrounding
    communities, protect cultural and archeological resources.
  • Continued mandatory evacuations continue for Morena Valley.
  • Repopulation of the community Potrero.
  • Road closures remain in effect at the intersections
    of Hwy 94 @ Hwy 188 until 1800, then removed.

Sherpa, CA-LPF-001643, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 1 (Opliger) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Santa Barbara County
FRA 

  • 7,486 acres, 93% Contained (FRA=2,502 acres, SRA=4,549 acres)
  • Transfer of Command from CIIMT4 to a Type 3 organization will occur
    Friday, June 24th @ 0600.
  • Most mandatory evacuations were reduced to evacuation warnings.
    Some areas still have continued restrictions.
06/22/2016 0900

San Gabriel Complex, CA-ANF-002419, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
City of Azusa, Duarte, Bradbury, and San Gabriel Valley.
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Los Angeles County
FRA/LRA

  • 4,900 Acres, 10% Contained (Fish= 3,700 acres, Reservoir= 1,200 acres)
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command (managing both fires in complex)
  • High threat to structures along the foothills of Azusa, Duarte, Bradbury,
    and Monrovia. Fire continues to hold along the ridge above these communities.
  • Tentatively starting to repopulate areas that are no longer threatened.
  • Continue to seek opportunities to safely establish containment, and insert
    ground crews to reinforce aircraft.

Border, Vegetation Fire, San Diego County, Update
Hwy 94 X Hwy 188, 2 miles west of Potrero
Cal Fire IMT 5 (Bravo) in command
SRA

  • 6,500 acres, grass, brush, 15% contained
  • County OES initiated damage assessment on West end of fire area.
  • Continued threat to SDG&E Sunrise Power Link 500KV, Southwest
    Power link 500KV, Multiple Structures in the community of Potrero and
    surrounding area, Potrero Elementary School, Post office, Library,
    General Store/Restaurant and, Fire Stations are threatened. Land Line
    and Cell cites impacted in the area.
  • Threat to the communities of Morena Village and Campo as well as
    recreational assets including, hiking backpacking trails, camping
    areas and the BLM wilderness study area.
  • ICP has major connectivity issues that have hampered in and out flow of information.
  • Evacuations remain in place for Potrero and Morena Village.
  • Road closures remain in effect at intersections of Hwy 94 x Hwy 188;
    Hwy 94 x Buckman Springs Rd and Buckman Springs Rd x Oak Dr.

Sherpa, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 1 (Opliger) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Santa Barbara County
FRA 

  • 7,969 acres, 89% Contained (FRA=3,420 acres, SRA=4,549 acres)
  • Re-entry plan was initiated this morning @ 0500.
    Some areas will have continued restrictions.
  • Continue direct line construction where possible.
  • Mop-up and secure current perimeter.
06/21/2016 1830

San Gabriel Complex, CA-ANF-002419, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
City of Azusa, Duarte, Bradbury, and San Gabriel Valley.
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Los Angeles County
FRA/LRA

  • 4,900 Acres, 0% Contained (Fish= 2,500 acres, Reservoir= 2,400 acres)
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command (managing both fires in complex)
  • High threat to structures along the foothills of Azusa, Duarte, Bradbury,
    and Monrovia. Fire continues to hold along the ridge above these communities.
  • Extremely steep terrain and narrow drainage.
  • Numerous powerline corridors are posing a threat to the public and firefighters.

Border, Vegetation Fire, San Diego County, Update
Hwy 94 X Hwy 188, 2 miles west of Potrero
Cal Fire IMT 5 (Bravo) in command
SRA

  • 6,020 acres, grass, brush, 10% contained
  • Mandatory evacuation for community of Potrero
  • Road closures on Buckman Springs Rd. at Oak Dr.
  • Fire is continuing to burn under the inversion layer in the BLM Wilderness
    Study Area.
  • Threat to SDG&E Sunrise Power Link 500KV, Southwest Power link 500KV,
    multiple structures in the community of Potrero and surrounding area, Potrero
    Elementary School, Post Office, Library, General Store, and Fire Stations.
  • Fire is a threat to the communities of Morena Valley and Campo as well as
    recreational assets including, hiking, backpacking trails, camping areas.
  • Evacuation centers at Los Coches Elementary School for long term overnight
    evacuations and Golden Acorn Casino for immediate evacuations.

Sherpa, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 1 (Opliger) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Santa Barbara County
FRA 

  • 7,969 acres, 82% Contained (FRA=3420 acres, SRA=4549 acres)
  • Threat to Broadcast Peak Communication towers and power lines.
  • San Dimas Technology Development Center in conjunction with California
    Interagency Incident Management Team 4 is performing Fire Retardant
    Effectiveness Study.
  • Re-entry plan scheduled to be initiated 06/22.
06/21/2016 0830

San Gabriel Complex, CA-ANF-002419, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County

  • Combination of Fish and Reservoir Incidents.
  • Type 2 IMT (Wakoski) in command
  • Will go to one 209  @ 1800 this evening.

  • Fish Fire, CA-ANF-002419, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
    Brookridge X Opal Canyon
    Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Los Angeles County
    FRA/LRA
    • 2,500 Acres, 0% Contained
    • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
    • Structures threatened
    • Evacuations of Task Boy Scout Camp, Arcadia Wilderness Park,
      and Mountain Cove Community
  • Reservoir Fire, CA-ANF-002417, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
    Hwy 39 at Morris Reservoir
    Unified Command with USFS, Los Angeles County Fire Department,
    and Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department
    FRA
    • 2,400 Acres, 0% Contained
    • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in command
    • Fire behavior remained active overnight.
    • Fire is projected to merge with the Fish Fire today.
    • Threat to major Southern California Edison utility corridors, FS infrastructure,
      FS administrative sites, LA County Fire Camp, drinking water reservoirs,
      and state highway.

Border, Vegetation Fire, San Diego County, Update
Hwy 94 X Hwy 188, 2 miles west of Potrero
Cal Fire IMT 5 (Bravo) in command
SRA

  • 7,500 acres, grass, brush, 5% contained
  • Mandatory evacuation for community of Potrero
  • Road closure at Hwy 94 and Junction of Hwy 188 to Buckman Springs
  • Fire has burned into BLM managed land in the Hauser Mountain WSA.
  • Evacuation centers at Los Coches Elementary School for long term overnight
    evacuations and Golden Acorn Casino for immediate evacuations.

Sherpa, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 1 (Opliger) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Santa Barbara County
FRA 

  • 7,969 acres, 70% Contained (FRA=3420 acres, SRA=4549 acres)
  • Extreme topography may limit direct line construction
  • Most mandatory evacuations will be reduced to warnings on 06/22/16 @ 0500.
    Some areas will have continued restrictions.
09/20/2016 1915

Fish Fire, CA-ANF-002419, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Brookridge X Opal Canyon
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Los Angeles County
FRA/LRA

  • 2,500 Acres, 0% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in brief at 2000 today
  • Structures threatened
  • Evacuations of Task Boy Scout Camp, Arcadia Wilderness Park, and Mountain Cove Community

Reservoir Fire, CA-ANF-002417, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Hwy 39 at Morris Reservoir
FRA

  • 1,500 Acres, 0% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in brief at 2000 today
  • No 209 submitted at this time

Border, Vegetation Fire, San Diego County, Update
Hwy 94 X Hwy 188, 2 miles west of Potrero
Cal Fire IMT 5 (Bravo) in command
SRA

  • 7,500 acres, grass, brush, 5% contained
  • Mandatory evacuation for community of Potrero
  • Road closure at Hwy 94 and Junction of Hwy 188

 

Sherpa, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 1 (Opliger) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Santa Barbara County
FRA 

  • 7,893 acres, 62% Contained
  • Extreme topography may limit direct line construction

       
Ash, Vegetation fire, Inyo County, Final
Ash creek drainage
FRA

  • 110 acres, 0% Contained
06/20/2016 1645

Fish Fire, CA-ANF-002419, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Brookridge X Opal Canyon
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Los Angeles County
FRA/LRA

  • 1400 Acres, 0% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in brief at 2000 today and transition tomorrow morning
  • Structures threatened

Reservoir Fire, CA-ANF-002417, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Hwy 39 at Morris Reservoir
FRA

  • 600 Acres, 0% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in brief at 2000 today and transition tomorrow morning
  • Incident is no longer in unified command
  • Structures threatened
  • Mandatory evacuations
06/20/2016 1400

Reservoir Fire, CA-ANF-002417, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Hwy 39 at Morris Reservoir
FRA/LRA

  • 400 Acres, 0% Contained
  • Wakoski Type 2 IMT in brief at 1800 today
  • Structures threatened
  • Mandatory evacuations
06/20/2016 1330

Fish Fire, CA-ANF-002419, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, New
Brookridge X Opal Canyon
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Los Angeles County
FRA
Start Time: 1223

  • 500 Acres, 0% Contained
  • Rapid rate of spread
  • 110o, 14 % RH, 4 mph, SE
  • Structures threatened

Reservoir Fire, CA-ANF- 002417, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, Update
Hwy 39 at Morris Reservoir
FRA
Unified Command with LAC

Wakoski's Type 2 IMT ordered.

06/20/2016

1130

 

Reservoir Fire, CA-ANF- 002417, Vegetation Fire, Los Angeles County, New
Hwy 39 at Morris Reservoir
FRA
Start Time: 1108

  • 100 Acres, 0% Contained
  • Moderate rate of spread
  • 105o, 16 % RH, 2 mph, SE
  • Hwy 39 is closed

06/19/2016

1900

Sherpa, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update

11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge

Type 1 (Opliger) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Santa Barbara County

FRA   

7893 acres, 51% Contained

 

  • Type 2 Team (Mills) closed out 1200 hrs. today.
  • Sundowner winds were observed over portions of the fire with gusts up to 55 mph.  Sundowner conditions are expected to persist through Monday.
  • Crews were successful in protecting residential property in the El Capitan Canyon area, El Capitan State Park and along the Highway 101 corridor.

 

 

Border Fire, vegetation, San Diego County, Update

Hwy 94 X Hwy 188, 2 miles west of Potrero

SRA

 

·         1,500 acres, grass, brush, 0% contained    

·         Mandatory evacuation orders for the community of Potrero

·         Threat to critical infrastructure

·         Hwy 94 is closed

·         FMAG process initiated

 

 

King Fire, CA-BEU-002815, vegetation, Monterey County, update

Hwy 198 x Peach Tree Rd

State DPA, SRA

 

  • 237 acres, 85% contained

 

 

Ash Fire, CA-INF-000885, fire, Inyo County, update

Ash creek drainage
FRA
110 acres, 0% Contained

  • Next update will be at 1800 hours tonight
  • No resources committed today

 

06/19/2016

0900

Sherpa, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 1 (Opliger) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Santa Barbara County
FRA   
7811acres, 45% Contained

  • Type 2 Team (Mills) close out 1200 hrs. today.
  • Sundowner winds were observed over portions of the fire with gusts up to 45 mph.  Relative humidity was somewhat lower than the previous night bottoming out at 40-45%. Sundowner conditions are expected to persist through Sunday
  • Crews were successful in protecting residential property in the El Capitan Canyon area, El Capitan State Park and along the Highway 101 corridor.

King Fire, CA-BEU-002815, vegetation, Monterey County, update
Hwy 198 x Peach Tree Rd
State DPA, SRA
237 acres, 80% contained

  • Heavy mop-up in drainages

Ash Fire, CA-INF-000885, wildland fire, Inyo County, update
Ash creek drainage
FRA
110 acres, 0% Contained

  • No resources committed today

06/18/2016

1900

Sherpa, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 1 IMT (Opliger) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, and Santa Barbara County
FRA   
7811acres, 45% Contained

  • Extreme down slope runs is expected tonight due to Sundowner winds.
  • The fire continues to move up Corral Canyon and Santa Ynez Peak to the east.
  • The threat to the Oil refinery has been abated.
  • Type 2 Team (Mills) close out 1200 hrs., 06192016

King Fire, CA-BEU-002815, vegetation, Monterey County, update

Hwy 198 x Peach Tree Rd
State DPA, SRA
237 acres, 80% contained

  • Heavy mop-up in drainages
  • One Federal Helicopter assigned

Ash Fire, CA-INF-000885, wildland fire, Inyo County, update
Ash creek drainage
FRA
110 acres, 0% Contained

  • Minimal fire growth expected with some rollout and low potential for spotting
  • Fire is highly visible from Highway 395, resulting in added public inquiry
  • 2 Federal helicopters committed.
  • No ground resources committed at this time.

06/18/2016

1700

Sherpa, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update

Mills Type 2 IMT will close out at 12 00 hours tomorrow June 19, 2016 at the Los Padres National Forest Supervisor's Office..

06/18/2016

1050

Sherpa, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update

11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 2 IMT (Mills) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, Santa Barbara County
FRA 

  • 7063 acres, 24% Contained
  • Type 1 Team (Opliger) in–brief at 0900 and transition at 1800, 06182016
  • Extreme down slope runs were observed in conjunction with Sundowner winds.
  • Upslope runs are expected with tomorrows diurnal heating.
  • 410 evacuation contacts were made through the sheriff’s office reverse 911 program

From Las Flores Canyon to Gato Canyon.

  • Other concerns Oil refinery, Highway 101, Broadcast peak Communications

King Fire, CA-BEU-002815, vegetation, Monterey County, update

Hwy 198 x Peach Tree Rd
State DPA, SRA
237 acres, 40% contained grass and oak woodlands

  • 2 out buildings destroyed
  • Continued threat to structures
  • Federal aircraft assigned

Ash Fire, CA-INF-000885, wildland fire, Inyo County, update
Ash creek drainage
FRA
110 acres, 0% Contained

  • Rate of spread low, with rough accessibility.
  • 2 Federal helicopters committed.
  • No ground resources committed at this time.
  • Will pursue confine/ contain strategy.

06/17/2016

1900

Sherpa, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 2 IMT (Mills) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, Santa Barbara County
FRA 

  • 5866 acres, 20% Contained
  • A Transition to Type 1 Team (Opliger) at 1800, 6/18/2016
  • A threat to Broadcast Peak Communication towers,
    El Capitan California State Park and residential property in
    El Capitan Canyon.
  • Fire continues to move up Corral Canyon and on the San Ynez Peak to the east
  • Fire exhibited extremely fast downhill run during evening and overnight hours do
    to downslope Sundowner winds. This behavior will continue each night as the
    Sundowner weather continues.
  • Crews were successfully able to protect residential property in the El Capitan canyon
    area and El Capitan State Beach
  • Federal air and ground resources and CAL FIRE air resources assigned

King Fire, CA-BEU-002815, vegetation, Monterey County, new

Hwy 198 x Peach Tree Rd
State DPA, SRA
100 acres, 0% contained grass and oak woodlands

  • 2 out buildings destroyed
  • Continued threat to structures
  • Federal aircraft assigned

Ash Fire, CA-INF-000885, wildland fire, Inyo County
Ash creek drainage
FRA
110 acres, 0% Contained

  • Rate of spread low, with rough accessibility.
  • 2 Federal helicopters committed.
  • No ground resources committed at this time.
  • Will pursue confine/ contain strategy.

06/17/2016

0830

Sherpa, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
Type 2 IMT (Mills) in command
Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, Santa Barbara County
FRA 

  • 4000 acres, 5% Contained
  • Threat to large oil refinery, Broadcast Peak Communication towers,
    El Capitan California State Park and residential property in El Capitan Canyon.
  • Section of Hwy 101 (from Buellton to Winchester Dr.) was reopened at 0400 this morning.
  • Southern Pacific railway was reopened to traffic at 2300 last night.
  • Federal air and ground resources and CAL FIRE air resources assigned

Ash Fire, CA-INF-000885, wildland fire, Inyo County, update
Ash creek drainage
FRA
110 acres, 0% Contained

  • Rate of spread low, with rough accessibility.
  • 2 Federal helicopters committed.
  • No ground resources committed at this time.
  • Will pursue confine/ contain strategy.

06/16/2016

1900

Ash Fire, CA-INF-000885, wildland fire, Inyo County
Ash creek drainage
FRA
110 acres, 0% Contained

  • Rate of spread low, with rough accessibility.
  • 77°, 12 % RH, 4 mph. SE
  • 2 Federal helicopters committed.
  • No ground resources committed at this time.
  • Will pursue confine/ confine strategy

Sherpa Fire, CA-LPF-001643, vegetation, Santa Barbara County, new

11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge

Unified Command with USFS, CALFIRE, Santa Barbara County

Type 2 IMT (Mills) transitioning to take over fire at 1800 hours tonight

FRA 

 

·       1400 acres, 0% Contained

·       Moderate rate of spread

·       72°, 40 % RH, 5 mph, NW

·       Federal air and ground resources and CAL FIRE air resources assigned

·       2 VLATs assigned

·       Structures, oil refinery threatened

06/16/2016

1115

Ash Fire, CA-INF-000885, wildland fire, Inyo County, update
Ash creek drainage
FRA 
Start Time: 06/12 @1408 

  • 109 acres, 0% contained
  • Rate of spread low, with rough accessibility.
  • 70°, 28 % RH, 6 mph.
  • 2 Federal helicopters committed.
  • No ground resources committed at this time.
  • Will pursue confine/ confine strategy.

Sherpa CA-LPF-001643, Vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
FRA

1250 acres, 0% Contained
The Incident is now under Unified Command; ICT2 ( Mills/trainee –Laeng) have been mobilized,
CALFIRE & Santa Barbara County.

  • Threat to an Oil refinery, Hwy 101, Broadcast Peak major Communication towers,
    and California State Parks.
  • 2 VLATs assigned
  • Evacuations remain in place.
  • Commitment of Federal air and ground resources.
  • Federal DPA 75%, State DPA 25%

06/16/2016

0800

Sherpa CA-LPF-001643, vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, Update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
FRA 
1250 acres, 0% Contained
Type 3 IC in command

  • Threat to an Oil refinery, Hwy 101, Broadcast Peak major Communication towers,
    and California State Parks.
  • Type 2 IMT (Mills, with Laeng-Training) has been ordered.
  • 2 VLATs assigned
  • Evacuations remain in place.
  • Commitment of Federal air and ground resources.

06/15/2016

1730

Sherpa, CA-LPF-001643, vegetation fire, Santa Barbara County, update
11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge
FRA 

  • 60 acres, 0% Contained
  • Moderate rate of spread
  • 76°, 50 % RH, 5 mph, W
  • Federal air and ground resources and CAL FIRE air resources assigned
  • 1 VLATs assigned
  • Structures threatened
  • Santa Barbara County has Mandatory and Voluntary Evacuations in place.

06/15/2016

1700

Sherpa Fire, CA-LPF-001643, vegetation, Santa Barbara County, new

11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge

FRA 

Start Time:     15:30 hrs 

 

·       60 acres, 0% Contained

·       Moderate rate of spread

·       76°, 50 % RH, 5 mph, W

·       Federal air and ground resources and CAL FIRE air resources assigned

·       2 VLATs assigned

·       Structures threatened

 

Ash Fire, CA-INF-000885, wildland fire, Inyo County, update

 

FRA

·       Approx.. 60 acres

·       Fire began several days ago and has slowly increased in size. In inaccessible terrain. Fire is in confine and contain status at this time.

A helitanker and Ty3 helicopter are the only resources currently working this incident.

06/15/2016

0730

Breezy and relatively cool weather can be expected through Friday.  Wind gusts to 50 mph can be expected in the highest elevations of the Sierras and Inyo N.F. the next two days.  It will also be breezy in and near the desert and in Santa Barbara County.  Much hotter and drier weather will develop this weekend.  By Monday, widespread 100+ degree readings will cover the area.  Valley highs may be close to 115 with RH in the single digits. Local north winds may also develop Sunday and Monday.  Slightly cooler weather may develop toward the end of next week.

06/14/2016

0730

Breezy and relatively cool weather is expected through Thursday.  West winds of 20-30 mph with gusts to 40 mph will occur in the mountains and desert the next two days.  Additionally, north winds of 15-25 mph with higher gusts may develop in Santa Barbara County tonight and again Wednesday night.  Winds will decrease Friday.  Record heat is expected Sunday into next week with valley temperatures possibly over 110.  Minimum RH may fall into the single digits beginning Monday.  No precipitation is expected through the period.

06/13/2016

1830

FamWeb is down. They expect to have it back up by 1600 hours tomorrow.

06/13/2016

0730

There will be a few isolated thunderstorms over the Sierra today, otherwise it will be mostly sunny. Highs this afternoon will be in the 70s to mid-80s in the valleys, 80s to low 90s in the San Joaquin Valley, and in the 60s to low 70s in the mountains, except mid-50s to mid-60s in the Sierra. Winds will be variable 5 to 15 mph except westerly 10 to 20 mph across the Kern County Mountains, the Antelope Valley, and the Banning Pass. It will be slightly warmer and drier on Tuesday before tuning a little cooler by mid-week. There will be areas of night and morning low clouds and fog in the coastal areas most days this week. A very hot and dry weather pattern is shaping up for next weekend  and into the following week.

06/12/2016

0745

Scattered wet thunderstorms will be possible again today over the central Sierras eastward into the Inyo N.F.  The rest of the area will be cool with highs running 5-10 degrees below normal.  Isolated storms will be possible Monday, but no further convection is expected through the rest of the period.  Slightly warmer weather is expected during the workweek with breezy conditions possible in and near the desert.  A strong heatwave may send temperatures to near record high readings during the week of the 19th

06/11/2016

1800

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, Update

Location: North of Fort Hunter Liggett, in the Ventana Wilderness.
Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett
FRA

2520 acres, 94% contained

6/11/2016

1000

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, Update

Location: North of Fort Hunter Liggett, in the Ventana Wilderness.
Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett
FRA

2520 acres, 92% contained

Type 3 IC (Zavalla), Trainee (Berry), Trainee (Hernandez)

  • Incident is moving towards meeting the incident strategy.

 

6/10/2016

1815

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, Update

Location: North of Fort Hunter Liggett, in the Ventana Wilderness.
Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett
FRA

2520 acres, 92% contained

Type 3 IC (Zavalla), Trainee (Berry), Trainee (Hernandez)

  • Fire will be unstaffed for the night operational period.
  • ICP has been moved from Fort Hunter Liggett to King City, San Lorenzo Park.

6/10/2016

1000

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, Update

Location: North of Fort Hunter Liggett, in the Ventana Wilderness.
Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett
FRA

2520 acres, 92% contained

IMT T1 McGowan in command

  • Closeout 6/10 at 1400: King City Monterey RD
  • Significant demobilization of resources.
  • Transitioning back to the local forest under a Type 3 organization.

06/09/2016

1800

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, Update

Location: North of Fort Hunter Liggett, in the Ventana Wilderness.
Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett
FRA

2520 acres, 92% contained
Unified Command with Cal Fire
IC: McGowan (USFS), Reeder (Cal Fire), Minetti (FHL)

  • Minimal potential for spread. Fire is holding within current constructed lines.
  • Closeout 6/10 at 1400: King City Monterey RD
  • Significant demobilization occurring
  • CALFIRE and Fort Hunter Liggett will be transitioning out of Unified Command at 1800 6/9

06/09/2016

1320

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, Update

Location: North of Fort Hunter Liggett, in the Ventana Wilderness.
Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett
FRA

2520 acres, 65% contained
Unified Command with Cal Fire
IC: McGowan (USFS), Reeder (Cal Fire), Minetti (FHL)

  • Closeout 6/10 at 1400: King City Monterey RD

 

06/09/2016

0912

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, Update

Location: North of Fort Hunter Liggett, in the Ventana Wilderness.
Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett
FRA

2520 acres, 65% contained
Unified Command with Cal Fire
IC: McGowan (USFS), Reeder (Cal Fire), Minetti (FHL)

  • Minimal potential for spread. Fire is holding within
    current constructed lines.
  • Closeout 6/9 at 1400: King City Monterey RD
  • Some demobilization occurring

06/08/16

0915

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, update

Location: North of Fort Hunter Liggett, in the Ventana Wilderness.

Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett

FRA

2340 acres, 41% contained

Unified Command with Cal Fire

IC: McGowan (USFS), Reeder (Cal Fire), Minetti (FHL)

  • The fire is still holding within the current constructed lines
     with low intensity smoldering.
  • Current downsizing of organization due to reduced fire
    threat and progress of direct line construction.

Old Fire, CA-LAC-160799, Los Angeles County, update

Mullholland Road and Old Topanga Rd. Calabasas

LRA

516 acres, 90% contained

Type 4 ICT (Williams) in command

  • ICP location change to LAC Fire Station 89.

Dove Fire, CA-SNF-000943, Mariposa County, Update

Location: South of Jerseydale Ranger Station

Jurisdiction: FRA

Approx. 50 – 75 acres, 100% contained

 

06/07/2016

0610

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, Update
Location: North of Fort Hunter Liggett, in the Ventana Wilderness.
Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett
FRA
2340 acres, 35% contained
Unified Command with Cal Fire
IC: McGowan(USFS), Reeder (Cal Fire), Minetti (FHL)

  • Lifting all advisories and evacuations at 1800.
  • Confine and contain fire spread to the Ventana Wilderness
    utilizing direct line construction.

Old Fire, CA-LAC-160799, Los Angeles County, Update
Mullholland Road and Old Topanga Rd. Calabasas
LRA
Threat to SRA
516 acres, 90% contained
Type 4 ICT (Williams) in command

  • ICP location change to LAC Fire Station 89.

Dove Fire, CA-SNF-000943, Mariposa County, Update
Location: South of Jerseydale Ranger Station
Jurisdiction: FRA
Approx. 80 acres, 0% contained

06/07/2016

1335

Dove Fire, CA-SNF-000943, Mariposa County, New
Location: South of Jerseydale Ranger Station
Jurisdiction: FRA
5 acres, 0% contained
Start date/time: 06/07/2016 @ 1207
Moderate Rate of Spread, in Timber

  • Potential for 400-500 acres
  • 99°, 3% RH, 8 mph, WNW, 15 mph gusts
  • Threat to nearby residential area.
  • Requesting additional aircraft.

06/07/2016

0900

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, Update
Location: North of Fort Hunter Liggett, in the Ventana Wilderness.
Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett
FRA
2340 acres, 15% contained
Unified Command with Cal Fire
IC: McGowan(USFS), Reeder (Cal Fire), Minetti (FHL)

  • All residences remain under advisory.
  • Multiple residences remain threated out in front of the fire in
    Pine, Thompson, Monroe and
    Reliz Canyon.

Old Fire, CA-LAC-160799, Los Angeles County, update
Mullholland Road and Old Topanga Rd.  Calabasas
LRA
Threat to SRA
516 acres, 85% contained
Type 4 ICT (Williams) in command

  • The DINS have completed their final report.
  • ICP location change to LAC Fire Station 89.

06/06/2016

1630

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, Update
Location: North of Fort Hunter Liggett, in the Ventana Wilderness.
Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett
FRA
2340 acres, 15% contained
Unified Command with Cal Fire
IC: McGowan(USFS), Reeder (Cal Fire), Minetti (FHL)

  • All residences remain evacuated.
  • Updated acreage reduced due for more accurate mapping.

Old Fire, CA-LAC-160799, Los Angeles County, update
Mullholland Road and Old Topanga Rd.  Calabasas
LRA
Threat to SRA
516 acres, 85% contained
Type 4 ICT (Williams) in command

  • A DINS has been deployed and is currently taking inventory of structures
    and other infrastructure that have been damaged/destroyed.
  • ICP location change to LAC Fire Station 89.

Chimney Fire, CA-CND-001134, Tulare County, Final
Location: Chimney Peak Wilderness
FRA
1324 acres, 95% Contained
Type 3 IC (Watkins) in command

  • Canebrake Rd remains closed between Hwy 178 to 9 Mile Rd.
  • This is the final report on this incident.

State Incidents
Temecula Fire, CA-RRU-067665, Riverside County, Update 
I-15 South of Temecula Parkway, south of Temecula community,
SRA
139 acres, Heavy Brush, 95% Contained

  • Vehicular travel on SB Interstate 15 has been opened to all 4 lanes.
  • This is the final report on this incident.

06/06/2016

0950

Due to increased wildland fire activity in several Geographic Areas,
along with increased resource movement through the NICC,
the National Preparedness Level is now at PL-2.

06/06/2016

0920

Old Fire, CA-LAC-160799, Los Angeles County, update
Mullholland Road and Old Topanga Rd.  Calabasas
LRA
Threat to SRA
516 acres, 81% contained
Type 3 IMT (Tripp) in command

  • Transition to a Type 4 IC (Williams) occurred this morning at 0600.
  • A DINS has been deployed and is currently taking inventory of structures
    and other infrastructure that have been damaged/destroyed.
  • ICP location change to LAC Fire Station 89 due to school activity.
  • Significant demob expected next operational period.

Chimney Fire, CA-CND-001134, Tulare County, Update
Location: Chimney Peak Wilderness
FRA
1324 acres, 95% Contained
Central Sierra Type 2 IMT (Mills) in command

  • Transfer of command between South Central Sierra IMT and BLM-CND Type 3

Organization completed at 0600 this morning.

  • No expected spread or movement.
  • Demobilization of excess resources continue.

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, Update
Location: North of Fort Hunter Liggett, in the Ventana Wilderness.
Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett
FRA
3,500 acres, 10% contained
Unified Command with Cal Fire
IC: McGowan(USFS), Reeder (Cal Fire), Minetti (FHL)

  • All residences remain evacuated.
  • Continue to attack fire with both direct and indirect line,
    continue to hold current perimeter.

State Incidents
Temecula Fire, CA-RRU-067665, Riverside County, Update 
I-15 South of Temecula Parkway, south of Temecula community,
SRA
139 acres, Heavy Brush, 85% Contained

  • Vehicular travel on SB Interstate 15 has been reduced to two lanes.
  • Keep fire within current containment lines, patrol mop up,
    continue to construct and improve
    handline where needed.

06/05/2016

2100

Old Fire, CA-LAC-160799, Los Angeles County, update

Mullholland Road and Old Topanga Rd.  Calabasas

LRA

Threat to SRA

516 acres, 81% contained

·       Multiple homes threatened, several damaged

·       As of 1800 today all evacuation and closures will be lifted.

·       Smoke may continue to impact the area.

·       1 structure destroyed, additional structures have been
reported to have damage

Chimney Fire, CA-CND-001134, Tulare County, Update
Location: Chimney Peak Wilderness
FRA

1324 acres, 95% Contained

Central Sierra Type 2 IMT (Mills) in command

  • Preparations underway to transition to a BLM Type 3 organization,
    tentatively on 6/6/16 at 0600.
  • No observed fire behavior today.
  • A significant reduction of acreage in block 7 and 42 was
    due to the original perimeter mapping done by helicopter.
  • Federal commitment of air and ground resources.


Stony Fire, CA-FHL-001475, Monterey County, Update

Location: Fort Hunter-Liggett

FRA

3000 acres, 70% contained

  • McGuire CA-FHL in command
  • Moderate to rapid rate of spread and short range spotting.
  • Reinforce western flank to minimize spread potential.
  • Federal commitment of air and ground resources.

 

  • [No 1800 209 for this incident.]

Soda Fire, CA-CND-001171, San Luis Obispo, Update

Location: 7 miles Northeast of the Cuyama community

FRA 

2,003 acres, 90% Contained

Location: Carrizo Plain National Monument

·       Fire behavior Minimal

·       Single digit RHs

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, Update

Location: North of Fort Hunter Liggett, in the Ventana Wilderness.

Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett

Unified Command with Cal Fire

IC: Harris (USFS), Herrera (Cal Fire)

 

FRA

3,500 acres, 0% contained

·       Fire behavior, Active.

·       Fire will become extreme as the day goes on.

·       Multiple residences out in front of the fire.

·       Sheriff’s office placed reversed 911 to residences in the
area for evacuations. Not all residences have evacuated at this time.

·       Type 1 team (McGowan) transition at 1800 6/5/16.

·       [ No 1800 209 for this incident.]

 

State Incidents

Temecula Fire, CA-RRU-067665, Riverside County, Update 

I-15 South of Temecula Parkway, south of Temecula community,

SRA

139 acres, Heavy Brush, 65% Contained

·       No fire growth, minimal fire activity with creeping and
smoldering into drainages.

·       Keep fire within current containment lines, patrol mop up,
continue to construct and improve handline where needed.

 

Pala Fire, CA-MVU-012932, San Diego County, Update

Pala-Temecula Rd X Rancho Heights, south of Temecula,

SRA

70 acres, brush, 95% Contained

Continued commitment of CAL FIRE ground resources.

06/05/2016

1200

Old Fire, CA-LAC-160799, Los Angeles County, update

Mullholland Road and Old Topanga Rd.  Calabasas

LRA

Threat to SRA

516 acres, 30% contained

·       Multiple homes threatened, several damaged

·       Mandatory evacuation, evacuation center is Calabasas High School

·       People go to High School, animals to the Northwest Baseball Field

·       1 structure destroyed, additional structures have been reported
to have damage

 

Chimney Fire, CA-CND-001134, Tulare County, Update
Location: Chimney Peak Wilderness
FRA

1826 acres, 90% Contained

Central Sierra Type 2 IMT (Mills) in command

  • Preparations underway to transition to a BLM Type 3 organization,
     tentatively on 6/6/16.
  • The only activity today was interior heat while conducting mop up.
  • Federal commitment of air and ground resources.


Stony Fire, CA-FHL-001475, Monterey County, Update

Location: Fort Hunter-Liggett

FRA

3000 acres, 70% contained

  • McGuire CA-FHL in command
  • Moderate to rapid rate of spread and short range spotting.
  • Reinforce western flank to minimize spread potential.
  • Federal commitment of air and ground resources
  • [no morning 209 received]

 

Soda Fire, CA-CND-001171, San Luis Obispo, Update

Location: 7 miles Northeast of the Cuyama community

FRA 

  • 2,003 acres, 80% Contained
  • Fire behavior Minimal
  • Single digit RHs

 

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, Update

Location: North of Fort Hunter Liggett, in the Ventana Wilderness.

Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett

Unified Command with Cal Fire

IC: Harris (USFS), Herrera (Cal Fire)

 

FRA

3,500 acres, 0% contained

·       Fire behavior, Active.

·       Fire will become extreme as the day goes on.

·       Multiple residences out in front of the fire.

·       Sheriffs office placed reversed 911 to residences in the area
for evacuations. Not all residences have evacuated at this time.

·       Type 1 team has been activated (McGowan).

 

State Incidents

Temecula Fire, CA-RRU-067665, Riverside County, Update 

I-15 South of Temecula Parkway, south of Temecula community,

SRA

70 acres, Heavy Brush, 30% Contained

·       ROS Decreased through the day into the night. Minimal fire
activity with creeping and smoldering into drainages.

·       Keep fire within current containment lines, mop up interior,
continue to construct and improve handline.

 

Pala Fire, CA-MVU-012932, San Diego County, Update

Pala-Temecula Rd X Rancho Heights, south of Temecula,

SRA

70 acres, brush, 75% Contained

·       Forward spread stopped

·       Evacuations and road closures lifted

 

06/04/2016

2000

Soda, Vegetation Fire, CA-CND 001171 San Luis Obispo County, New 

7 miles Northeast of the Cuyama community

In unified Command Cal Fire and BLM

DPA / FRA 

Start Time:  1740 hours

500+ acres, Grass and brush, 0% Contained

 

·       Rapid Rate of Spread

·       Burning in grass and brush

·       94 °, 16 %RH, 17 mph, West

·       CAL FIRE air and ground resources assigned and federal

 

 

06/04/2016

1915

Old Fire, CA-LAC-160799, Los Angeles County, NEW

Mullholland Road and Old Topanga Rd.  Calabasas

LRA

Threat to SRA

Start Time: 1609 hours

100+ acres, 0% contained

·       Multiple homes threatened, several damaged

·       Mandatory evacuation, evacuation center is Calabasas High School

·       People go to High School, animals to the Northwest Baseball Field

 

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, Update

 Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett

The fire is in Unified Command with Cal Fire

IC: Harris (USFS), Herrera (Cal Fire)

FRA

Start Time: 1451 hours

Approximately 3,000+ acres, 0% contained

·       Fire Behavior extreme, rapid rate of spread

·       Potential for 10,000 – 35,000 acres.

·       Burning toward the Ventana Wilderness

 

 Chimney Fire, CA-CND-001134, Tulare County, Update
Location: Chimney Peak Wilderness
FRA

1826 acres, 65% Contained

Central Sierra Type 2 IMT (Mills) in command

  • Preparations underway to transition to a BLM Type 3 organization.
  • The only activity today was interior heat while conducting mop up.
  • Federal commitment of air and ground resources.


Stony Fire, CA-FHL-001475, Monterey County, Update

Location: Fort Hunter Liggett

FRA

3000 acres, 35% contained

  • McGuire CA-FHL in command
  • Moderate to rapid rate of spread
  • Reinforce western flank to minimize spread potential.
  • Federal commitment of air and ground resources

State Incidents

Temecula Fire, CA-RRU-067665, Riverside County, Update 

I-15 South of Temecula Parkway, south of Temecula community,

SRA

40 acres, Heavy Brush, 20% Contained

·       Partial closure of Southbound I-15 (2 lanes open with CHP escort)
from Rancho California Rd. to Rainbow Valley Rd.

Pala Fire, CA-MVU-012932, San Diego County, Update

Pala-Temecula Rd X Rancho Heights, south of Temecula,

 SRA

70 acres, brush, 75% Contained

·       Forward spread stopped

·       Evacuations and road closures lifted

 

06/04/2016

17:30

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, update

Mission north of Milpitas, north of Hunter Liggett

The fire is in Unified Command with Cal Fire

IC: Harris (USFS), Herrera (Cal Fire)

FRA

Start Time: 1451 hours

Approximately 2,000 acres, 0% contained

Fire Behavior extreme, rapid rate of spread

Potential for 10,000 – 35,000 acres.

Burning toward the Ventana Wilderness

70 degrees,  RH 73%, winds out of the north at 20 mph.

 

06/04/2016

1630

Coleman Fire, CA-LPF-001504, Monterey County, NEW

Mission north of Milpitas, north of Fort Hunter Liggett

FRA

Start Time: 1451 hours

Approximately 1,000 acres, 0% contained

Rapid rate of spread

Structures threatened

Burning in the Ventana Wilderness

100 degrees, RH 29%, winds out of the north at 8 mph.

 

 

06/04/2016

0900

Chimney Fire, CA-CND-001134, Tulare County, Update
Location: Chimney Peak Wilderness
1826 acres, 65% Contained

FRA

Central Sierra Type 2 IMT (Mills) in command

  • The fire burned into the Chimney Peak and Owens Wilderness areas.
  • Pacific Crest Trail will tentatively open today at 1800 hours.
  • Canebrake Rd closed from Highway 178 to 9 Mile Rd.
  • Significant resource demobilization will begin today.
  • Federal commitment of air and ground resources.


Stony Fire, CA-FHL-001475, Monterey County, Update

Location: Fort Hunter Liggett

3000 acres, 70% contained

FRA

McGuire CA-FHL in command

·       Improve and clean up lines.

·       Federal commitment of air and ground resources.

 

 

06/03/2016

1835

Chimney Fire, CA-CND-001134, Tulare County, Update
Location: Chimney Peak Wilderness
1826 acres, 65% Contained
FRA
Central Sierra Type 2 IMT (Mills) in command

  • Pacific Crest Trail will tentatively open at 1800 tomorrow.
  • Canebrake Rd closed from Highway 178 to 9 Mile Rd.
  • Structure threat to Chimney Peak community has been mitigated.
  • Mop-up where safe and to the extent of minimizing the threat
    of containment.
  • Begin to implement Fireline Suppression Repair.
  • Federal commitment of air and ground resources.


Stony Fire, CA-FHL-001475, Monterey County, Update
Location: Fort Hunter Liggett
FRA
3000 acres, 35%  contained

  • McGuire CA-FHL in command
  • Moderate to rapid rate of spread
  • Reinforce western flank to minimize spread potential.
  • Federal commitment of air and ground resources

06/03/2016

0950

Chimney Fire, CA-CND-001134, Tulare County, Update
Location: Chimney Peak Wilderness
1826 acres, 33% Contained
FRA
Central Sierra Type 2 IMT (Mills) in command

  • Pacific Crest Trail closed from Highway 178 to Kennedy Meadows.
  • Canebrake Rd closed from Highway 178 to 9 Mile Rd.
  • MIST tactics are being utilized in Wilderness areas.
  • Federal commitment of air and ground resources.


Stony Fire, CA-FHL-001475, Monterey County, Update
Location: Fort Hunter Liggett
FRA
250 acres, 15%  contained

  • McGuire CA-FHL in command
  • Moderate to rapid rate of spread
  • Burning operations planned for today, acreage will probably
    increase to 3,800 acres
  • Federal commitment of air and ground resources

06/02/2016

1850

Chimney Fire, CA-CND-001134, Tulare County, Update
Location: Chimney Peak Wilderness
1826 acres, 30% Contained
Central Sierra Type 2 IMT (Mills) has assumed command

  • Pacific Crest Trail closed from Highway 178 to Kennedy Meadows.
  • Canebrake Rd closed from Highway 178 to 9 Mile Rd.
  • Limited water resources, long turn around for water tenders.
  • Federal commitment of air and ground resources.

06/02/2016

0930

Chimney Fire, CA-CND-001134, Tulare County, New
Location
: Chimney Peak Wilderness
Start Date/Time: 06/01/15 @ 1542
1010 acres, 0% Contained
87°, 22% RH, 0 mph
Type 3 IC (Watkins) in command
Type 2 Incident Management Team (Mills) mobilized.
Threat to Chimney Peak Wilderness, Owens Peak Wilderness,
 Domelane Wilderness,
Chimney Fire Station, and communities of Chimney and Kennedy Meadow.
Evacuations for community of Chimney Peak are in place.
Air Support needed due to inaccessibility of the fire.

06/01/16

2200

Chimney Fire, CA-CND-1134, Kern County, update

15 miles northeast of Kernville

FRA 

Start Time:     15:35 Hrs 

 

Central Sierra IMT2 (Mills) mobilized 

 

·       1000 acres, 0% Contained

·       Moderate rate of spread

·       85°, 24 %RH, 05 mph, W

Federal air and ground resources and CAL FIRE air resources assigned

06/01/16

1730

Chimney, Vegetation Fire, Kern County, New

"Intel - for internal use only. Numbers subject to change"

 

15 miles northeast of Kernville

FRA 

Start Time:     15:35 Hrs 

 

·       200 acres, 0% Contained

·       crowning and spotting

·      101 °, 14 %RH, 04 mph, NW

·       Federal and CAL FIRE air and ground resources assigned

06/01/16

1200

Pala Fire CA-MVU-12832, Vegetation, San Diego County, Update 

 

Pala-Temecula Rd X Temepa Rd, south of Temecula, SRA

·       45 acres, brush, 15% Contained

·        Extensive mop up in heavy fuels and steep terrain    

 

Tulloch, Vegetation Fire, Tuolumne County, Update

 

·       8 miles east of the Copperopolis community, SRA 

·       85 acres, 90% Contained

 

05/31/16

1630

Pala Fire, CA-MVU-12832, Vegetation, San Diego County, New

 

Pala-Temecula Rd X Temepa Rd, South of Temecula

State DPA / SRA

Start time 1345

 

·       35 acres, brush, 0% Contained

·       Moderate rate of spread 

·       72 Degrees, 60% RH, Wind South @ 5, gusts to 11

·       1 structure involved, structures threatened

·        Mandatory evacuation under way

·       Commitment of CAL FIRE air and ground resources

 

05/31/16

1900

Tulloch Fire, Vegetation, Tuolumne County, Update

8 miles East of the Copperopolis community

SRA 

 

·       85 acres, 30% Contained

·       Forward spread stopped

·       CAL FIRE air and ground resources assigned

05/31/16

1630

Tulloch Fire, Vegetation, Tuolumne County, New

 

8 miles East of the Copperopolis community

SRA 

Start Time:     15:10 Hrs 

 

·       100 acres, Grass and Oak woodlands, 0% Contained

·       Moderate Rate of Spread, medium range spotting

·       91 °, 30 %RH, 09 mph, NNW

·       Power lines in the area

·       CAL FIRE air and ground resources assigned (no federal)

05/29/16

0815

Scattered showers and thunderstorms will form over the mountains
this afternoon.  There will be little change in temperature and humidity today.  Maximum temperatures will be in the mid 60s to mid 70s across the mountains with upper 70s to low 90s in the valleys. 
 Minimum humidity will be mainly between 20% and 40%, but the deserts
 will drop into the teens.  Significant warming and drying will occur away
 from the coast Monday through Friday.  
Temperatures will be near or over 100 degrees across the Central Valley
 and minimum humidity will be mainly in the teens away from the coast
starting Tuesday.  Isolated afternoon showers and thunderstorms will
 be possible only over the Sierra Crest Monday through Friday. 

05/28/2016

1028

Isolated to scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms will form
over the mountains and deserts through Sunday.  Temperatures will be
 near normal through Sunday, with mid 60s to mid 70s across the
mountains and upper 70s to low 90s in the valleys.  Minimum humidity
will be mainly between 20% and 40% away from the deserts through
Sunday.  A warming and drying trend will take place Monday through the
end of next week.  Temperatures will be well into the 90s across the San
Joaquin Valley and minimum humidity will be mainly between 12% and
 25% across the region by Tuesday.  Isolated afternoon showers and
thunderstorms will be possible across the Sierra Crest Monday through
the end of next week.  Winds will be light across the region through the
end of next week, except there will be strong and erratic winds in and
near any thunderstorms.

05/27/2016

1652

If you are having trouble bringing up the most current daily resource sheet,
 please follow the directions to clear your saved cache.

Open the resources report like you normally would. (It will most likely
conjure up a December report) but do not close this page. In the top right
corner there is a symbol that looks like a gear, it is the Tools button, you can also hit Alt+X to open this. Scroll down and select Internet Options from the drop down menu. Under the General tab, look at
 browsing history section and click on the Settings button. Once you click
this button another window will open, giving you options for when you
“Check for newer versions of stored pages:” select the “Every time I visit
the webpage” then click OK. Then hit Apply and OK again.  This now
should give you the most current report when you click on the resources link.

05/27/2016

0910

Mostly sunny skies will allow temperatures to return to near normal today
through Sunday.  Isolated thunderstorms will be possible near the Sierra
Crest each afternoon the next 3 days.  Drier and warmer weather will
return Monday through much of next week

05/25/2016

1800

Wheatland, vegetation fire, Los Angeles County, update

I-210 x Wheatland

LRA/FRA

· Size: 156 acres, 100% Contained
· No growth expected
· Power lines in area.
· Federal ground resources still committed.

05/25/2016

1200

Wheatland, vegetation fire, Los Angeles County, update

I-210 x Wheatland

LRA/FRA

· Size: 156 acres, 90% Contained
· Minimal to no growth expected
· Power lines in area.
· Federal air and ground resources committed.

Scattered showers and isolated wet thunderstorms will occur today,
mainly over Southern California.  Gusty west winds to 40 mph will be
possible in and near the desert.  Temperatures will be 10-15 degrees
below normal today, but expect temperatures to warm to near normal
readings by the weekend.  Only isolated showers are expected after
today and most of those should occur near the Crest.  Much warmer
and drier weather is likely by the middle of next week.

05/24/2016

1900

Wheatland, vegetation fire, Los Angeles County, update

I-210 x Wheatland

LRA/FRA

· Size: 156 acres, 80% Contained
· Minimal to no growth expected
· Power lines in area.
· Federal and state air and ground resources committed.

 

 

Metz, vegetation fire, Monterey County, update

 

5 miles Southeast of Soledad

 

SRA 

 

·        3876 acres, 90% Contained

·        Expected full containment 5/25 at 1800 hrs

·        Continued commitment of CAL FIRE ground resources 

05/24/2016

1100

Wheatland Fire, CA-ANF-001912, vegetation, Los Angeles County, update

I-210 x Wheatland

LRA/FRA

· Size: 183 acres, 40% Contained
· Moderate Rate of Spread
· Temperature 59°, Relative Humidity 68%, Wind Speed 6 mph, Wind
Direction: SE

· Power lines in area.
· Federal and air and ground resources; state ground resources committed.

 

05/23/2016

1900

Wheatland Fire, CA-ANF-001912, vegetation, Los Angeles County, update

I-210 x Wheatland

LRA/FRA

· 183 acres, 35% Contained
· Moderate rate of spread
· Temperature 66°, Relative Humidity 56%, Wind Speed 9 mph,
Wind Direction:SE

· Power lines in area.
· Federal and state air and ground resources committed

05/23/2016

1630

Wheatland Fire, CA-ANF-001912, vegetation, Los Angeles County, New

I-210 x Wheatland

LRA/FRA

Start Time: 1423
· 100 acres, 0% Contained
· Moderate Rate of Spread
· Temperature 71°, Relative Humidity 44%, Wind Speed 8 mph,
Wind Direction: N

· Power lines in area.
· Federal air and ground resources; state air resources committed

05/23/2016

0930

Metz, Vegetation Fire, Monterey County, update 

5 miles Southeast of Soledad

SRA 

 

·       3876 acres, 40% Contained

·       Forward spread has been stopped

05/22/2016

2000

Metz, Vegetation Fire, Monterey County, update 

5 miles Southeast of Soledad

SRA 

Start Time:     15:27 Hrs 

·       800 acres, 5% Contained

·       Moderate Rate of Spread,

·        65 °, 53 %RH, 18 mph, SE

·       Continued threat to 230 KV power lines, No immediate threat to
structures

CAL FIRE air and ground resources assigned

05/22/2016

1800

Metz, Vegetation Fire, Monterey County, New 

5 miles Southeast of Soledad

SRA 

Start Time:     15:27 Hrs 

 

·       300 acres, 0% Contained

·       Dangerous Rate of Spread,

·        65 °, 53 %RH, 18 mph, SE

·       Current threat to 230 KV power lines, No immediate threat to structures

·       CAL FIRE air and ground resources assigned

05/21/2016

0945

****REMINDER**** Every fire has the ability to be catastrophic. 
The wildland fire management environment has profoundly changed.
Growing numbers of communities, across the nation are experiencing
longer fire seasons; more frequent, bigger, and more severe, fires are a
real threat. Be careful with all campfires and equipment.

05/20/2016

0930

Well below normal weather conditions will affect most of the region
through the middle of next week.

05/18/2016

1900

Camp Roberts Fire, vegetation, San Luis Obispo County

 

Camp Roberts Military Base, 10 miles NW of Paso Robles

FRA / DOD

Start Time: 14:27

 

·       600 acres, Grass and oak woodlands, 0% contained

·       Moderate rate of spread

·       90 degrees, 13% RH, wind SSW @ 18

·       NO current structure threat

·       CAL FIRE air and ground resources assigned

·       USFS air resources assigned

05/18/2016

0930

South Ops is holding a MAC (Multi-Agency Coordination) exercise today.
The GACC predictive services has begun seven-day coverage.
Warmer temperatures with less marine layer coverage is expected today. 

But another system will bring a return of much cooler weather along with
widespread night and morning stratus Friday into the weekend.  Strong
west winds of 20-30 mph with gusts to 50 mph will be possible in and near
 the desert.  Light rain with up to a half inch of rain will be possible north of
Monterey and Fresno Counties this weekend.  Drizzle may occur elsewhere
Saturday and Sunday.  Below normal temperatures will be likely through the
 first part of next week.

05/04/2016

0930

There will be little change in the weather today.  Maximum temperatures
will be in the mid 60s to mid 70s across the mountains with upper 70s and
80s in the valleys.  Minimum humidity will be mainly between 20% and 40%,
 except in the teens across the deserts.  Winds will be light today. 
Temperatures will cool to near normal Wednesday and well below normal
Thursday through Saturday.  Scattered showers and thunderstorms will fall
across Central California Wednesday afternoon through Saturday evening
and across Southern California Thursday through Saturday evening. 
Most locations will receive less than a half inch of rainfall, but the Sierra
will receive between 0.50 and 1.50 inches of rainfall.  South to west winds
of 15 to 25 mph with gusts to 40 mph will surface across the mountain
 ridges and desert passes Wednesday afternoon through Friday afternoon. 
 Significant warming and drying will affect the region Sunday through early
next week.  There will be isolated afternoon showers and thunderstorms
 over the Sierra Sunday through early next week.

04/27/2016

0930

Scattered showers and thunderstorms will form across the region this
afternoon through Thursday evening.  Most locations will receive less than
a quarter inch of rainfall.  West to northwest winds of 20 to 30 mph with
gusts to 50 mph will surface across the mountain ridges and desert passes
 through tonight.  Temperatures will be well below normal through Thursday,
 with mid 40s to mid 50s across the mountains and 60s to low 70s in the
valleys.  Temperatures will warm a few degrees and there will be some
drying Friday.  However, isolated afternoon showers and thunderstorms will
 still occur over the Sierra.  Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be
 focused over the Sierra and over the mountains and deserts of Southern
California east of the Cajon Pass Saturday through Monday.  West to
northwest winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 50 mph will surface across
 the mountain ridges and deserts passes once again Friday night through
Saturday afternoon.  Temperatures will also become well below normal
again this weekend.  Significant warming and drying will occur next
Tuesday and Wednesday. 

04/21/2016

0855

Two systems will bring light rain to Central California Friday and again
Sunday night and Monday.  The rest of the area will see cooler and more
humid weather through the period.  Strong southwest winds with gusts to
 45 mph will be possible in and near the deserts Friday.  Locally breezy
conditions will be possible during the first half of next week along the I-5
Corridor and the San Joaquin Valley.  Temperatures will be near normal
Friday before warming up a bit over the weekend.  No excessively hot
temperatures are expect the next 7-10 days.

04/20/2016

0930

GACC activity light today.

04/19/2016

1150

Strong winds are expected across much of the district through Saturday. 
Winds will transition from the northwest today to an offshore direction late
 tonight.  Wind speeds will generally be in the 20-30 mph with gusts to 45
mph in some of the windier areas.  Much warmer weather will return this
weekend into early next week with valley highs in the lower 90s.  Minimum
 RH will drop into the teens with poor recovery tonight and Saturday night. 
 Cooler, onshore flow is expected to return by next Tuesday. 

04/15/16

0930

Strong winds are expected across much of the district through Saturday. 
Winds will transition from the northwest today to an offshore direction late
tonight.  Wind speeds will generally be in the 20-30 mph with gusts to 45
mph in some of the windier areas.  Much warmer weather will return this
 weekend into early next week with valley highs in the lower 90s. 
Minimum RH will drop into the teens with poor recovery tonight and
Saturday night.  Cooler, onshore flow is expected to return by next Tuesday. 

04/13//2016

1100

Continued light activity in the GACC. There will be little change in
 temperature and humidity today.  Maximum temperatures will be in the
 mid 50s to mid 60s across the mountains and upper 60s and 70s in the
valleys.  Minimum humidity will remain above 30% away from the deserts. 
Temperatures will cool a few degrees Thursday and Friday.  West winds
of 20 to 40 mph with gusts to 60 mph will surface across the mountain
ridges and desert passes this afternoon through Thursday evening.  North
winds of 20 to 40 mph with gusts to 60 mph will surface over the Owens
Valley, south coast of Santa Barbara, Grapevine, and Cajon Pass Thursday
 night through Saturday morning.  Significant warming and drying will affect
 the region this weekend.  Temperatures will be 10 to 15 degrees above
normal Sunday through early next week, with the warmest valley locations
reaching 90 degrees.  Minimum humidity will drop mainly into the teens
 Saturday through early next week. 

04/06//2016

1100

Light activity in the GACC.  Northeast to east winds of 15 to 25 mph with
gusts to 40 mph will surface across the mountains and below the canyons
 and passes of Southern California through this afternoon.  Temperatures
will remain 15 to 20 degrees above normal today, with 70s to low 80s across
 the mountains and mid 80s to mid 90s in the valleys.  Minimum humidity
will be mainly in the single digits and teens away from the coast today. 
Periods of showers along with near to a little below normal temperatures
will affect the region Thursday through early next week.  Each of the three
 low pressure areas that will affect the region will bring 1 to 2 inches of
 rainfall to the foothills and mountains and 0.50 to 1 inch of rainfall to the
coast and valleys.

03/30//2016

1100

Light activity in the GACC

03/23/2016

1100

Offshore winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 50 mph will surface across
the mountains and below the canyons and passes of Southern California
 north of San Diego County this morning.  Significant warming and drying
will occur through Thursday.  Maximum temperatures will be in the upper
40 and 50s across the mountains and upper 60s and 70s in the valleys
 today with another 5 to 10 degrees of warming Thursday. Minimum
humidity will be mainly between 12% and 25% away from the Central
Valley through Thursday.  Temperatures will cool a few degrees Friday
and Saturday.  There will be nighttime northerly winds of 20 to 30 mph
with gusts to 50 mph across the south coast of Santa Barbara and the
Grapevine tonight through Friday night.  Northeast to east winds of 15 to 25
mph with gusts to 40 mph will surface across the mountains and below the
 canyons and passes of Southern California Saturday.  Temperatures will
 continue to cool Sunday through early next week with well below normal
 temperatures by Monday.  Scattered showers with light rainfall
 accumulations will move across much of the region early next week. 
There will be strong westerly winds across the mountains and deserts
Sunday night through early next week. 

03/16/2016

1100

Minimal initial attack activity throughout the GACC. Warm and dry
conditions will occur away from the coast through this weekend. 
Maximum temperatures will be 10 to 15 degrees above normal,
with mid 60s to mid 70s across the mountains and upper 70s and 80s
in the valleys.  Minimum humidity will be mainly between 15% and 30%
away from the Central Valley and coast.  Winds will be light through this
weekend.  Temperatures will cool to near normal early next week. 
Scattered showers with light rainfall amounts will occur from a
Monterey/Fresno County line northward.  Strong and gusty westerly
winds will surface across the desert passes Sunday night through early
 next week. 

03/09/2016

0900

minimal initial attack activity throughout the GACC

03/03/2016

1100

A slow cooling trend and an increase in humidity will occur across the
region through Saturday.  However, there will continue to be widespread
 single digit humidity across the mountains and deserts of Southern
California today.  Temperatures will cool to near normal by Saturday. 
Scattered showers with light rainfall totals will occur north of a
Monterey/Fresno County line this afternoon through Friday afternoon. 
These light showers will spread across the rest of Central and Southern
 California away from the deserts Friday night and Saturday morning and
continue through Saturday afternoon.  Most locations will receive less than
 a quarter inch of rainfall through Saturday afternoon.  Westerly winds of
15 to 25 mph with gusts to 40 mph will surface across the desert passes
through Saturday afternoon.  Periods of rain, heavy at times, will move
 across the area Saturday night through Monday evening.  Most foothill
and mountain locations will receive between 2 and 4 inches of rainfall and
most coastal and valley locations will receive between 1 and 2 inches of
rainfall.  South to west winds of 20 to 40 mph with gusts to 60 mph will
surface across the mountain ridges and desert passes Saturday night
through Monday afternoon.  Temperatures will become well below normal
Sunday and Monday.  A warming and drying trend will take place Tuesday
 through Thursday.  Strong northwest to north winds will cover most of the
 region Monday night through Tuesday afternoon.

02/24/2016

1100

Activity remains light in the GACC. Temperatures will remain warm across
the region through Friday, with 60s to low 70s across the mountains and
mid 70s to mid 80s in the valleys.  Minimum humidity will stay in the single
 digits and teens away from the San Joaquin Valley through Friday.  Local
 northeast to east winds of 10 to 20 mph with gusts to 35 mph will occur
across the mountains and below the canyons and passes of Southern
California through early this afternoon.  Temperatures will cool around 5
degrees and minimum humidity will increase to 12% to 25% away from the
 Central Valley and coastal areas this weekend.  Well above normal
temperatures and very low humidity will return to the region early next week.  Gusty offshore winds will occur across portions of Southern California Monday night through Wednesday morning. 

02/17/2016

1100

Light activity in the GACC

02/10/2016

1100

Record or near record temperatures will occur across the area through
Thursday, with mid 60s to mid 70s across the mountains and 80s to low
 90s in the valleys.  Minimum humidity will be mainly in the single digits
 and teens away from the San Joaquin Valley through Thursday. 
Temperatures will cool and humidity will increase a little Friday and Saturday. 

02/03/2016

1100

Continued minimal initial attack activity throughout the GACC

01/27/2016

1100

Temperatures will be 5 to 10 degrees above normal through Friday.
Showers will start over the northern portions of Central California Friday
afternoon and then spread slowly south reaching Southern California
Saturday night.  Minimal initial attack activity continues throughout the
GACC

01/20/2016

0900

minimal initial attack activity continues throughout the GACC this week.

01/13/2016

1800

Continued minimal initial attack activity throughout the GACC

01/11/2016

1700

Recent precipitation throughout the GACC has kept January’s fire activity
 to a minimum so far.

 

 

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