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Neighboring GACC News & Notes & Morning Briefings

Last updated: October 15, 2018 14:41

Date
Time
News and Notes
10/15/2018 1430 National Weather Service- Sacramento and Medford have issued Red Flag Warnings for critical fire weather conditions through Tuesday night, for north to east wind with poor overnight relative humidity recovery. Link
10/14/2018 1410 National Weather Service- Eureka, Sacramento and Medford have issued Red Flag Warnings for critical fire weather conditions through Monday night, for north to east wind with poor overnight relative humidity recovery. Link
10/12/2018 1527

National Weather Service – Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning for 11 PM Saturday to 11 AM Monday for east wind with poor overnight relative humidity recovery, for portions of fire weather zones 280 and 621 Link

10/12/2018 1347

National Weather Service – San Francisco has issued a Fire Weather Watch for late Saturday night through Monday morning for gusty offshore winds and low relative humidity, for fire weather zones 507 and 511.  Link

10/12/2018 1343

National Weather Service – Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch for late Saturday night through Monday morning for gusty northeast wind and low relative humidity, for fire weather zones 213, 215, 216, 217, 218, 263, 264, 266, 267, 268, and 279.  Link

10/12/2018 1100

National Weather Service – Medford has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Saturday evening through Sunday morning for east wind with poor overnight relative humidity recovery, for fire weather zones 280 and 621 Link

10/10/2018 1738

CA-TGU Sun Fire: 3,889 acres, 81% contained. This will be the last report unless significant change occurs.

10/10/2018 1738

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 38,134 acres grass, brush, timber, 89% contained. The fire has burned approximately 33,471 acres on the Klamath National Forest and 192 acres on the Six Rivers National Forest. This will be the last report unless significant change occurs.

10/10/2018 0755 CA-TGU Sun Fire: 3,889 acres, 76% contained. Crews continue to make good progress mopping up and improving fireline.
10/09/2018 1800 CA-TGU Sun Fire: 3,889 acres, 70% contained. Crews continue to make good progress mopping up and improving fireline. Structures and power-lines remain threatened.
10/09/2018 0715 CA-TGU Sun Fire: 3,800 acres, 60% contained. Structures and Power-lines remain threatened. Forward spread has been stopped.
10/08/2018 1745

CA-TGU Sun Fire: 3,800 acres, 55% contained. Structures and Power-lines remain threatened. Forward spread has been stopped.

10/08/2018 1745

CA-SUI Branscombe Fire: 4,000 acres grass, marshland, 70% contained. Fire is located off Branscombe Rd, South of Hwy 12 near Suisun City. Two structures have been destroyed and more remain threatened. Last report unless significant change ocures.

10/08/2018 0748

CA-TGU Sun Fire: 3,800 acres, 35% contained. A Red Flag Warning remains in effect for the Fire area through 11am Monday for Gusty winds and poor overnight humidity recoveries. Structures and Power-lines remain threatened.

10/07/2018 1910 CA-TGU Sun Fire: 3,000 acres, 0% contained. All three fires have burned together. A Red Flag Warning remains in effect for the Fire area through 11am Monday for Gusty winds and poor overnight humidity recoveries. All Evacuation orders have been lifted. An Evacuation Warning remains for the Hogs Back Rd. area. Power-lines and gas distribution lines remain threatened.
10/07/2018 1910 CA-SUI Branscombe Fire: 4,000 acres, 0% contained. Structures remain threatened.
10/07/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 38,134 acres grass, brush, timber, 89% contained. All Evacuation Warnings have been lifted.  The fire has burned approximately 33,471 acres on the Klamath National Forest and 192 acres on the Six Rivers National Forest.
10/07/2018 1600 CA-SUI Branscombe Fire: 4,000 acres grass, marshland, 0% contained. Fire is located off Branscombe Rd, South of Hwy 12 near Suisun City. Fire is burning with a moderate rate of spread. Marshland is limiting access for ground resources. Two structures have been destroyed and more remain threatened. Map
10/07/2018 1505 CA-TGU Sun Fire: 400 acres, 0% contained. Fire is now two separate fires, one fire is 250 acres and the other is 150 acres. Structures are threatened and Evacuations are in progress for Stice Rd. and Andreni Rd. and Evacuation Warnings for the Hogs Back Rd. area. Power-lines and Gas transition lines are threatened. Highway 36 is open to controlled traffic.
10/07/2018 1333 CA-TGU Sun Fire: 25 acres grass, oak woodland, 0% contained. Fire is located off Hwy 36 and Sunriver Dr, east of Redbluff. Three separate fires burning in the immediate area burning with a Critical rate of spread. Winds in the fire area are gusting above 30mph. Map
10/06/2018 1815 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 63,311 acres, grass, brush, timber, 100% contained. Today fire behavior remained minimal, with minor amounts of smoke from the burning of interior heavy fuels. Slick and wet roads are hampering suppression repair efforts. This will be the last report unless significant changes occur.
10/06/2018 1400 National Weather Service – Sacramento and San Francisco has issued a Red Flag Warning for this evening through Monday morning due to high wind and low relative humidity, for fire weather zones 215>219, 264-279, 507, 510, 511 and 512.Link
10/05/2018 1810

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 38,134 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under an Evacuation Warning. Some roads on the Klamath NF are to longer under a road closure.  The fire has burned approximately 33,471 acres on the Klamath National Forest and 192 acres on the Six Rivers National Forest.

10/05/2018 1807

CA-SHF Delta Fire: 63,293 acres, grass, brush, timber, 97% contained. Today fire behavior was minimal. The threat to structures and the winery has been mitigated. Yesterday at the end of shift the TFR was lifted.

10/05/2018 1556

National Weather Service – San Francisco has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Saturday evening through Monday morning for wind and low humidity, fire weather zone 510 and 511 Link

10/05/2018 1551

National Weather Service – Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Saturday evening through Monday morning for wind and low humidity, fire weather zone 217 and 218  Link

10/04/2018 1815

CA-LNF Wilson Fire: 261 acres, burning in timber, 100% contained. Fire has transitioned back to Local Unit ICT4. This will be the last report unless significant change occurs.

10/04/2018 1000 North OPS transitioned to PL2 at 1000 today.
10/03/2018 1807 CA-LNF Wilson Fire: 261 acres, burning in timber, 95% contained. All threats have been mitigated. Crews continue to mop up and suppression repair.
10/02/2018 0545 CA-LNF Wilson Fire: 261 acres, burning in timber, 80% contained. All threats have been mitigated. Crews continue to mop up and suppression repair.
10/02/2018 0625 CA-LNF Wilson Fire: 261 acres, burning in timber, 66% contained. Fire behavior remains minimal. Structures and private timberlands remain threatened due to reburn potential of dry pretreated fuels.
10/01/2018 1816 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 63,293 acres, grass, brush, timber, 97% contained. Fire behavior was minimal with areas of the fire receiving up to 0.75" of precipitation. Larger diameter fuels remain dry and prone to burning. Multiple structures and a winery remain threatened.
10/01/2018 1816

CA-LNF Wilson Fire: 261 acres, burning in timber, 60% contained. Fire behavior remains minimal. Structures and private timberlands remain threatened due to reburn potential of dry pretreated fuels.

10/01/2018 1655

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 38,134 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported. Humidity are high due to rain in the fire area. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under an Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 33,471 acres on the Klamath National Forest and 192 acres on the Six Rivers National Forest.

09/30/2018 1825 CA-LNF Wilson Fire: 261 acres, burning in timber, 50% contained. Fire behavior remains minimal. Structures and private timberlands remain threatened due to reburn potential of dry pretreated fuels.
09/30/2018 1825 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 63,293 acres, grass, brush, timber, 97% contained. Fire behavior was minimal with areas of the fire receiving up to 0.75" of precipitation. Larger diameter fuels remain dry and prone to burning. Multiple structures and a winery remain threatened.
09/30/2018 1745 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 38,134 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. Minimal fire behavior due to 0.25 inches of rain over the fire area. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under an Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 33,471 acres on the Klamath National Forest and 192 acres on the Six Rivers National Forest.
09/30/2018 0635 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 63,293 acres, grass, brush, timber, 97% contained. Fire behavior was minimal overnight with much of the fire area receiving precipitation. Multiple structures and a winery remain threatened. NorCal Team 1 assumed command of the incident this morning.
09/30/2018 0635 CA-LNF Wilson Fire: 261 acres, burning in timber, 50% contained. Fire behavior was minimal overnight. Structures and private timberlands remain threatened.
09/29/2018 1835 CA-LNF Wilson Fire: 261 acres, burning in timber, 50% contained. Fire behavior remained active with spotting and torching. The threat to structures and private timberlands remains.
09/29/2018 1830 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 63,293 acres, grass, brush, timber, 97% contained. Fire behavior remained active with southerly winds resulting in spot fires. Multiple residential structures, a winery and associated infrastructure is threatened. Normal Team 1 is planned to transition to command at 0600 on Sunday.
09/29/2018 1735 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 38,074 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. Increased humidity has resulted in decreased fire behavior. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under an Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 33,411 acres on the Klamath National Forest and 192 acres on the Six Rivers National Forest.
09/29/2018 0725 CA-LNF Wilson Fire: 250 acres, burning in timber, 50% contained. Evacuations have been lifted for the Feather River Rod and Gun Club. Structures and private timberlands remained threatened.
09/29/2018 0725 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 63,093 acres, grass, brush, timber, 97% contained. Fire burned actively overnight with short runs and spotting. Structures area threatened in the area of East Fork Rd. on the west side of the incident. There is also a structure threat in the area of Clear Creek Ranch and Clear Creek Campground. NorCal Team 1 has been ordered.
09/28/2018 1830

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 37,193 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under an Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 32,562 acres on the Klamath National Forest and 160 acres on the Six Rivers National Forest.

09/28/2018 1830

CA-SHF Delta Fire: 62,159 acres, grass, brush, timber, 97% contained. Structures remain threatened. Clear Creek Campground and Clear Creek Ranch are threatened. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal.

09/28/2018 1830

CA-LNF Wilson Fire: 250 acres, burning in timber, 0% contained. Fire is located in the Wilson Lake area 10 miles NW of Chester. Evacuations are currently in progress for the Feather River Rod and Gun Club. Structures are currently threatened.

09/28/2018 1610 CA-LNF Wilson Fire: 70 acres, burning in timber, 0% contained. Fire is located in the Wilson Lake area 10 miles NW of Chester. Evacuations are currently in progress for the Feather River Rod and Gun Club. Structures are currently threatened.
09/28/2018 1440 CA-LNF Wilson Fire: 20-30 acres, burning in timber, with a dangerous spread rate, 0% contained. Fire is located in the Wilson Lake area 10 miles NW of Chester. Structures are currently threatened. Map
09/28/2018 0931

National Weather Service - Reno has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 10 am September 29th until 5 am September 30th for gusty winds and low humidity for Greater Lake Tahoe area and Western Nevada Sierra Front. Fire Weather Zones 272 and 450  Link

09/28/2018 0920

National Weather Service –Medford has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Saturday afternoon through Saturday evening for strong gusty winds, low humidity, fire weather zone 285 Link

09/28/2018 0822

CA-SHF Delta Fire: 62,059 acres, grass, brush, timber, 97% contained. Active fire behavior with backing, torching and short-range spotting observed overnight. Two structures are threatened. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal.

09/27/2018 1832

CA-SHF Delta Fire: 61,766 acres, grass, brush, timber, 97% contained. Active fire behavior with backing, torching and short-range spotting observed. Two structures are threatened. The smaller spot fire on Onion Creek Ridge is contained. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal.

09/27/2018 1755 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 36,660 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under an Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 32,198 acres on the Klamath National Forest. The fire is now burning on the Six Rivers National Forest.
09/27/2018 0803

CA-SHF Delta Fire: 62,504 acres, grass, brush, timber, 98% contained. Active fire behavior with uphill runs, backing and isolated torching observed overnight. 2 structures are threatened. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal.

09/26/2018 1828

CA-SHF Delta Fire: 62,504 acres, grass, brush, timber, 98% contained. Active fire behavior at the head of the spot with group torching and short range spotting observed . 2 structures are threatened. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal.

09/26/2018 1828

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 36,160 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under an Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 31,689 acres on the Klamath National Forest.

09/26/2018 1737 CA-LMU Copper: 53 acres grass, timber, 90% contained. Last report unless significant change occurs.
09/26/2018 1611

National Weather Service – Reno has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Saturday afternoon through Saturday evening for gusty winds, low humidity, fire weather zones; 270, 278 and 458 Link

09/26/2018 0830

CA-LMU Copper: 53 acres grass, timber, 90% contained. Threat to high value timberlands remains.

09/26/2018 0830

CA-SHF Delta Fire: 61,705 acres, grass, brush, timber, 98% contained. All fire growth is from a spot fire in the Damnation Creek area. The spot fire remained active overnight. 2 structures are threatened. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal.

09/24/2018 1813

CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,705 acres, grass, brush, timber, 98% contained. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area from 11pm tonight to 5pm Tuesday. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal.

09/24/2018 1813 CA-LMU Copper: 53 acres grass, timber,75% contained. Threat to high value timberlands remains
09/24/2018 1813

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 33,925 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning over the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity from Monday through Tuesday. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under an Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 29,454 acres on the Klamath National Forest.

09/24/2018 1119

CA-LMU Copper: 53 acres grass, timber, 50% contained. Threat to high value timberlands remains.

09/24/2018 0630 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 33,813 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning over the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity from Monday through Tuesday. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under an Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 29,342 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
09/23/2018 1800 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,705 acres, grass, brush, timber, 98% contained. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area from 11pm tonight to 5pm Tuesday. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal.
09/23/2018 1755 CA-LMU Copper: 53 acres grass, timber, 35% contained. Threat to high value timberlands remains. There was a decrease in acres due to more accurate mapping
09/23/2018 1750 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 33,749 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning over the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity from Monday through Tuesday. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under an Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 29,278 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
09/23/2018 1410 National Weather Service - Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from noon today to 11am Tuesday for gusty north winds and low humidity for areas of Siskiyou County in Northern California, Fire Weather Zone 618. Link
09/23/2018 1405 National Weather Service - Eureka has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 11pm this evening to 6am Tuesday for gusty north winds and low humidity for areas of Del Norte, Humboldt, and Siskiyou Counties. Link
09/23/2018 1400 National Weather Service - Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 11pm this evening to 5pm Tuesday for gusty north winds and low humidity for much of the Sacramento Valley and surrounding foothills, Fire Weather Zones 213, 215, 216, 217, 263, 264 and 279. Link
09/23/2018 0820 CA-LMU Copper: 57 acres grass, timber, 10% contained. Fire is located near McKenzie Meadows off Hwy 36, 15 miles west of Susanville. There is a threat to high value timberlands.
09/23/2018 0815 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,705 acres, grass, brush, timber, 98% contained. Minimal fire activity, continues to burn inside islands of unburned vegetation. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal. A threat remains to local watersheds from past fire activity remains.
09/22/2018 1745 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,705 acres, grass, brush, timber, 98% contained. Minimal fire activity, continues to burn inside islands of unburned vegetation. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal. A threat remains to local watersheds from past fire activity remains. Transition to Type 3 IMT (Zerr) will occur tomorrow morning.
09/22/2018 1430 National Weather Service - Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Sunday evening through Tuesday morning for a combination of dry north winds, low humidity, and very dry fuels for fire weather zones 213,215,216,217,263,264, and 279.Link
09/22/2018 1115 National Weather Service - San Francisco has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Sunday evening through Tuesday afternoon for a combination of dry north winds, low humidity, and very dry fuels for fire weather zone 507 (North Bay Mountains).Link
09/22/2018 0807 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,705 acres, grass, brush, timber, 96% contained. Minimal fire activity, continues to burn inside islands of unburned vegetation. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal. A threat remains to local watersheds from past fire activity remains. CIIMT 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/21/2018 1745 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,702 acres, grass, brush, timber, 94% contained. Minimal fire activity, continues to burn inside islands of unburned vegetation. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal. A threat remains to local watersheds. CIIMT 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/21/2018 1745 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 33,480 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 29,012 acres on the Klamath National Forest. There is approximately 10-13 miles of uncontained fire perimeter on the southwest portion of this fire. Local Type 3 organization in command.
09/21/2018 0805 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,702 acres, grass, brush, timber, 92% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal. A threat remains to local watersheds. CIIMT 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/20/2018 1745 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,681 acres, grass, brush, timber, 90% contained. Red Flag Warning expires this evening at 1900 hours. Castle Crags State Park is now open. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal. A threat remains to local watersheds. CIIMT 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/20/2018 1650 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 33,440 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 28,972 acres on the Klamath National Forest. There is approximately 10-13 miles of uncontained fire perimeter on the southwest portion of this fire. Local Type 3 organization in command.
09/20/2018 0820 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,681 acres, grass, brush, timber, 88% contained. A Red Flag Warning is in effect through Thursday evening for gusty north winds and low humidity over the fire area causing an increased risk of spot fires on the south end of the fire today. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal. A threat remains to local watersheds. CIIMT 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/19/2018 1800 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,592 acres, grass, brush, timber, 88% contained. A Red Flag Warning is in effect through Thursday evening for gusty north winds and low humidity over the fire area. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal. A threat remains to local watersheds. CIIMT 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/19/2018 1215 National Weather Service - Sacramento and San Francisco has issued a Red Flag Warning for this evening through Thursday evening for a combination of gusty winds, low humidity, and very dry fuels for fire weather zones; 213, 215, 216, 217, 264, 266, 279, 507, 511 and 512.Link
09/19/2018 0620 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,277 acres, grass, brush, timber, 81% contained. A Fire Weather Watch is in effect through Thursday evening for gusty north winds and low humidity over the fire area. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal. A threat remains to local watersheds. CIIMT 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/18/2018 1815 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,277 acres, grass, brush, timber, 81% contained. The fire continues to burn pockets inside control lines. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal. The threat remains to Lakehead public water supply and private timber lands. CIIMT 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/18/2018 1810 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush timber slash. 100% contained.
09/18/2018 1755 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 33,340 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. Warmer weather has resulted in increased fire behavior. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 28,872 acres on the Klamath National Forest. There is approximately 10-13 miles of uncontained fire perimeter on the southwest portion of this fire. Local Type 3 organization in command.
09/18/2018 1630 National Weather Service - Sacramento and San Francisco has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Wednesday evening through Thursday afternoon for a combination of gusty winds, low humidity, and very dry fuels for fire weather zones; 213, 215, 216, 217, 264, 266, 279, and 507. Link
09/17/2018 1800 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,277 acres, grass, brush, timber, 81% contained. Interstate 5, north of Redding may be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal. The threat remains to Lakehead public water supply and private timber lands. The Delta Fire is no longer in Unified Command; CIIMT 4 (Kurth) has taken sole command of the incident.
09/17/2018 1745 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 33,304 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. Warmer weather has resulted in increased fire behavior. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 28,833 acres on the Klamath National Forest. There is approximately 10-13 miles of uncontained fire perimeter on the southwest portion of this fire. Local Type 3 organization in command.
09/17/2018 0700 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,277 acres, grass, brush, timber, 76% contained. Interstate 5, north of Redding continues to be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal, between Lamoine and Pollard Flat. The threat remains to Lakehead public water supply, private timber, utility and communication infrastructure, and endangered species habitat.
09/16/2018 1800 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,277 acres, grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. All mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted. Interstate 5, north of Redding continues to be reduced to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal, between Lamoine and Pollard Flat. The Sims and Gibson Rd. off-ramps are now open. The threat remains to Lakehead public water supply, private timber, utility and communication infrastructure, and endangered species habitat.
09/16/2018 1750 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,751 acres timber, 100% contained. Patrol and mop up is ongoing. Transition to a Type 4 management team is planned for 9-17.
09/16/2018 1740 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 33,263 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. Warmer weather has resulted in increased fire behavior. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 28,792 acres on the Klamath National Forest. There is approximately 10-13 miles of uncontained fire perimeter on the southwest portion of this fire.
09/16/2018 0640 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,018 acres, grass, brush, timber, 64% contained. Evacuation orders remain for numerous residence near the community of Sims. Interstate 5, north of Redding is reduced down to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal. The Sims and Gibson Rd. offramp remain closed. The threat remains to Lakehead public water supply, private timber, utility and communication infrastructure, and endangered species habitat.
09/15/2018 1815 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,018 acres, grass, brush, timber, 56% contained. Evacuation orders remain for numerous residence in the outlying areas of the I-5 corridor near the fire. All evacuation zones and advisories have been lifted in Trinity County and the city of Dunsmuir. In Shasta County, evacuations have been lifted for Dog Creek Rd, Sugarloaf Lookout Rd, Saylor Rd, Harr Ridge Rd, McCall Creek Rd, Cavanaugh Canyon Rd, and Fenders Ferry Rd. Interstate 5, north of Redding is reduced down to single lane traffic due to pavement repair and tree removal. The Sims and Gibson Rd. offramp remain closed. The threat remains to Union Pacific Railway, Lakehead public water supply, private timber, utility and communication infrastructure, and endangered species habitat. Forest closure orders have been lifted for the Shasta-Trinity National Forest including the Shasta Lake Recreation Area and the Pacific Crest Trail.
09/15/2018 1815 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,751 acres timber, 98% contained. Demob of excess resources is continuing. Transition to a Type 4 management team is planned for 9-17.
09/15/2018 1815 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 33,263 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. Warmer weather has resulted in increased fire behavior. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 28,792 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
09/15/2018 1815 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush timber slash. 98% contained. Suppression repair continues. NorCal Team 1 (Coots) will assume command of the incident Monday, September, 17 at 0700 hours. This will be the final report unless significant changes occur.
09/15/2018 0700 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,018 acres, grass, brush, timber, 41% contained. Evacuation orders remain for numerous residence in the outlying areas of the I-5 corridor near the fire. The communities of Vollmers, Dog Creek and Sims remain threatened. I-5 is open both ways to controlled traffic. The Sims and Gibson Rd. offramp remain closed. The threat remains to Union Pacific Railway, Lakehead public water supply, private timber, utility and communication infrastructure, and endangered species habitat.
09/14/2018 1820 CA-QUI Hazardous Materials Spill: Fuel leak has been mitigated with containment measures continuing in Spanish Creek. Union Pacific Railroad is reopened and Hwy 70 is closed from the Greenville Wye to 0.6 miles west of Keddie.
09/14/2018 1820 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,751 acres timber, 95% contained. Demob of excess resources. Transition back to the Forest occured at 0600 today.
09/14/2018 1820 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 33,137 acres grass, brush, timber, 84% contained. Reduction in acreage due to more accurate mapping. Three private inholdings that lie in the National Forest lands near South Fork Indian Creek remain under Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 28,666 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
09/14/2018 1820 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,018 acres, grass, brush, timber, 28% contained. Evacuation orders have been lifted for: Delta Rd, La Moine Rd, Delta School Rd, Pollard Flat Area, Slate Creek Rd, Little Slate Creek Rd, Eagles Roost Rd, Eviesbrood Rd, and Coyote Pass Rd. All other mandatory evacuations remain in place. Threat to the communities of Lakehead, Pollock, Delta, Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. Interstate 5 is now open both ways with limited traffic control, numerous freeway ramps will remain closed. Power infrastructure, Union Pacific Railway, public water supply, T&E species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. A forest closure remains in effect for the fire area, including the Pacific Crest Trail. Power restored from Sims Rd. to Delta Rd.
09/14/2018 1820 CA-LNU Snell Fire: 2,490 acres oak woodland, 95% contained. Last report unless significant activity occures.
09/14/2018 1820 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush timber slash. 98% contained. Suppression repair continues. NorCal Team 1 (Coots) in-briefing tomorrow at 1700.
09/14/2018 1150 CA-QUI Hazardous Materials Spill: 3000 gallons of diesel fuel spilled from an overturned tanker. Leak has been stopped. containment measures implemented in Spanish Creek and the Union Pacific Railroad is shut down. Hwy 70 is closed. Map Link
09/14/2018 0826

CA-LNU Snell Fire: 2,490 acres oak woodland, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior occurring in interior islands. Crews continue to mop up and secure control lines.

09/14/2018 0824

CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,750 acres timber, 95% contained. Transition back to the local Forest Type 3 occurred today at 0600.

09/14/2018 0819

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 33,802 acres grass, brush, timber, 82% contained. Fire growth was minimal. 3 private inholdings that lie in the National Forest remain under Evacuation Warning. The fire has burned approximately 29,151 acres on the Klamath National Forest.

09/14/2018 0815

CA-SHF Delta Fire: 60,018 acres, grass, brush, timber, 28% contained. Evacuation orders have been lifted for: Delta Rd, La Moine Rd, Delta School Rd, Pollard Flat Area, Slate Creek Rd, Little Slate Creek Rd, Eagles Roost Rd, Eviesbrood Rd, and Coyote Pass Rd. All other mandatory evacuations remain in place. Threat to the communities of Lakehead, Pollock, Delta, Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. Interstate 5 is now open both ways with limited traffic control, numerous freeway ramps will remain closed. Power infrastructure, Union Pacific Railway, public water supply, T&E species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. A forest closure remains in effect for the fire area, including the Pacific Crest Trail.

09/13/2018 1400

North OPs transitioned to PL 3 and MACS Mode 2 at 1400 hrs today.

09/13/2018 0845 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,750 acres timber, 95% contained. Demobing excess resources and planning to transition to a forest type 3 organization on 9/14.
09/13/2018 0845 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush timber slash. 98% contained. Suppression repair continues.
09/13/2018 0845 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 32,859 acres grass, brush, timber, 81% contained. Fire growth was minimal. All threats and warnings have been rescinded. The fire has burned approximately 28,208 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
09/13/2018 0845 CA-LNU Snell Fire: 2,490 acres oak woodland, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior occuring in interior islands. Crews continue to mop up and secure control lines.
09/13/2018 0845 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 58,427 acres, grass, brush, timber, 17% contained. Evacuation orders have been lifted for: Delta Rd., La Moine Rd, Delta School Rd, Pollard Flat Area, Slate Creek Rd, Little Slate Creek Rd, Eagles Roost Rd, Eviesbrood Rd, and Coyote Pass Rd. All other mandatory evacuations remain in place. Threat to the communities of Lakehead, Pollock, Delta, Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. Interstate 5 is now open both ways with limited traffic control, numerous freeway ramps will remain closed. The railway is now open to passenger and freight cargo in coordination with fire operations. Power infrastructure, Union Pacific Railway, public water supply, T&E species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. A forest closure remains in effect for the fire area, including the Pacific Crest Trail.
09/12/2018 1900 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 57,233 acres, grass, brush, timber, 17% contained. Mandatory evacuations have been lifted for "residents only" in the following areas: Delta Rd., La Moine Rd, Delta School Rd, Pollard Flat Area, Slate Creek Rd, Little Slate Creek Rd, Eagles Roost Rd, Eviesbrood Rd, and Coyote Pass Rd. All other mandatory evacuations remain in place. Threat remains for neighborhoods along the I-5 corridor, including the communities of Lakehead, Pollock, Delta, Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. Interstate 5 is now open both ways with traffic control in place. The railway is now open to passenger and freight cargo in coordination with fire operations. Power infrastructure, Union Pacific Railway, public water supply, T&E species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. Multiple commercial vehicles and several structures have been damaged or destroyed. Damage assessment is ongoing and further structure loss will be reported when confirmed. A forest closure remains in effect for the fire area, including the Pacific Crest Trail.
09/12/2018 1900 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,150 acres grass, brush, timber, 100% contained.. Fire activity was minimal with smoldering and creeping occurring. Last report unless significant changes occur.
09/12/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 32,859 acres grass, brush, timber, 81% contained. Fire growth was minimal. All threats and warnings have been rescinded. The fire has burned approximately 28,208 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
09/12/2018 1900 CA-LNU Snell Fire: 2,490 acres oak woodland, 75% contained. Crews continue to mop up and secure control lines.
09/12/2018 1900 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,750 acres timber, 95% contained. Fire activity was minimal with smoldering. The advisory evacuation notice has been rescinded for all areas near the incident. Mop-up and patrols are ongoing.
09/12/2018 0745 CA-TNF North Fire: 1,120 acres timber, 97% contained. Command of the incident has transitioned back to the home unit. There has been no fire growth over the past few days on the incident as suppression repair continues. This will be the final report unless a significant change occurs.
09/12/2018 0745 CA-LNU Snell Fire: 2,490 acres oak woodland, 65% contained. Crews continue to mop up and secure control lines.
09/12/2018 0740 CA-MRN Irving Fire: 152 acres, 65% contained. Minimal fire activity occurred overnight. This will be the final report unless a significant change occurs.
09/12/2018 0740 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 53,837 acres, grass, brush, timber, 15% contained. Evacuations remain in place for the communities of Delta, Lamoine, Pollard, Flat, Sims and Castella. A Red Flag Warning is in effect through 8 am today for gusty winds and low humidity. Threat to the communities include Lakehead, Pollock, Delta, Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. Interstate 5 has one lane open both ways in the fire area.  The railway has been re-opened to freight trains only. Power infrastructure, Union Pacific Railway, public water supply, T&E species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. Multiple commercial vehicles and several structures have been damaged or destroyed. Damage assessment is ongoing and further structure loss will be reported when confirmed. A forest closure is in effect for the fire area, including the Pacific Crest Trail.
09/11/2018 1835 CA-LNU Snell Fire: 2,490 acres oak woodland, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior occurring primarily in interior islands. Crews continue to mop up and secure control lines.
09/11/2018 1830 CA-MRN Irving Fire: 115 acres, 45% contained. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped. All evacuations have been lifted and all threats have been mitigated.
09/11/2018 1825 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,150 acres grass, brush, timber, 97% contained.. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect through 8am Wednesday for dry, gusty winds and dry fuels. The Delta Fire is not in Unified Command as stated in the last incident update with CIIMT-4 in sole command of the incident.
09/11/2018 1810 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,748 acres timber, 70% contained. There was no fire growth over the last operational shift. All Evacuation Advisories have been lifted for the incident. Demobilization of excess resources continues.
09/11/2018 1805 CA-TNF North Fire: 1,120 acres timber, 97% contained. A Red Flag Warning is in effect through Wednesday. There is a planned transition back to the local unit at 0600 tomorrow.
09/11/2018 1730 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 53,837 acres, grass, brush, timber, 11% contained. Evacuations remain in place for the communities of Delta, Lamoine, Pollard, Flat, Sims and Castella. A Red Flag Warning is in effect through 8 PM Wednesday for gusty winds and low humidity. Threat to the communities include Lakehead, Pollock, Delta, Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. A single, inside lane of Interstate 5 was opened in both directions today.  The railway has been re-opened to freight trains only. Power infrastructure, Union Pacific Railway, public water supply, T&E species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. Multiple commercial vehicles and several structures have been damaged or destroyed. Damage assessment is ongoing and further structure loss will be reported when confirmed. A forest closure is in effect for the fire area, including the Pacific Crest Trail.
09/11/2018 1715 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 32,728 acres grass, brush, timber, 78% contained. The fire continues to spread WSW. The evacuation Warnings for residence in Indian Springs has been rescinded. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 28,131 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
09/11/2018 0740 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 53,311 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. . Evacuations remain in place for the communities of Delta, Lamoine, Pollard, Flat, Sims and Castella. A Red Flag Warning is in effect from 1 PM tomorrow to 11 PM Wednesday for gusty winds. Threat to the communities include Lakehead, Pollock, Delta, Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. A single lane of Interstate 5 is open.  Railway traffic is open to freight only. Power infrastructure, Union Pacific Railway, public water supply, T&E species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. Multiple commercial vehicles and several structures have been damaged or destroyed. A forest closure is in effect for the fire area, including the Pacific Crest Trail.
09/11/2018 0735 CA-LNU Snell Fire: 2,490 acres oak woodland, 50% contained. Fire behavior remains minimal. A concern for spot fires remains due to winds.
09/11/2018 0735 CA-TNF North Fire: 1,120 acres timber, 85% contained. Fire behavior remains minimal. A Red Flag Warning was issued for the fire area in effect from 1300 today through Wednesday. A threat remains to transportation and communications infrastructure.
09/11/2018 0730 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,748 acres timber, 60% contained. Fire behavior remained minimal overnight. Evacuation advisories remain for the Hyampom area.
09/11/2018 0730 CA-MRN Irving Fire: 100 acres, 10% contained. Fire is located in Sauel P. Taylor State Park, northwest of Lagunitas. Incident started approcimately 7:30pm on 9/10/2018. Structures are threatened and evacuation orders are in place. Barnabe Fire Lookout and cellular communications towers are threatened.
09/10/2018 1910

CA-SHF Delta Fire: 49,874 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. Fire is progressing to the north and northwest on the west side of I-5 and to the northeast on the east side of I-5. Evacuations remain in place for the communities of Delta, Lamoine, Pollard, Flat, Sims and Castella. A Red Flag Warning is in effect from 1 PM tomorrow to 11 PM Wednesday for gusty winds. Threat to the communities include Lakehead, Pollock, Delta, Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. A single, inside lane of Interstate 5 was opened in both directions today.  The railway has been re-opened to freight trains only. Power infrastructure, Union Pacific Railway, public water supply, T&E species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. Multiple commercial vehicles and several structures have been damaged or destroyed. Damage assessment is ongoing and further structure loss will be reported when confirmed. A forest closure is in effect for the fire area, including the Pacific Crest Trail. Transition of command took place this morning to CIIMT 4 (Kurth) and Cal Fire (Truax).

09/10/2018 1910

CA-TNF North Fire: 1,120 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior was observed with creeping and smoldering today. Repopulation to the Lake Valley area occurred today, to include the re-opening of Forest Road 19 and the I-80 Yuba Gap off ramp, as well as PG&E and private camp sites. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for dry, gusty winds from 1 PM Tuesday to 11 PM Wednesday.  Infrastructure to I-80 and Union Pacific Railway remain threatened. There is also a threat to communication and power infrastructure, private timber, camping areas, and natural habitat.

09/10/2018 1910

CA-LNU Snell Fire: 2,490 acres oak woodland, 45% contained. All evacuations have been lifted.  A Type 3 IMT (North Bay) assigned.

09/10/2018 1910

CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,715 acres timber, 42% contained. Fire behavior was minimal consisting of smoldering. Mandatory evacuation orders have been reduced to evacuation advisories for the Hyampom area. Multiple structures in the fire area are threatened. Critical communications lines, power infrastructures and private timber remains threatened. NorCal Team 2 (Dalrymple) is in command.

09/10/2018 1910

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,150 acres grass, brush, timber, 97% contained. Fire continues to smolder and creep in internal pockets of fuels. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect from 1 PM Tuesday to 11 PM Wednesday for dry, gusty winds. Crews continue to secure the last section of uncontrolled line in the area of the South Fork of Hazel Creek. Crews from the Hirz fire continue to assist on the Delta Fire. Today, CIIMT4 entered into unified command with CalFire. 

09/10/2018 1910

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush timber slash. 98% contained. Fire activity on the incident is well within the fires perimeter. Suppression repair continues.

09/10/2018 1910

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 32,602 acres grass, brush, timber, 78% contained. The fire continues to spread WSW. Evacuation warnings remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 28,131 acres on the Klamath National Forest.

09/10/2018 1335 CA-LNU Snell Fire: 2,490 Acres of oak woodland, 30% contained. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped. All evacuations have been lifted.
09/10/2018 1330 National Weather Service - Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity for Eastern portions of the Shasta Trinity N.F. in effect from 1pm Tuesday to 8am Wednesday. Link
09/10/2018 1310 National Weather Service - Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity for areas of Shasta Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, and Nevada Counties in effect from 1pm Tuesday to 11pm Wednesday. Link
09/10/2018 1250 National Weather Service - Reno has issued a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity for the Greater Lake Taho, Mono and Eastern Alpine Counties in effect from 1pm Tuesday to 5am Thursday. Link
09/10/2018 1005 National Weather Service - Reno Nv. has issued a Fire Weather Watch from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday evening for gusty winds and low humidity for Eastern California.Link
09/10/2018 0801

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 32,398 acres grass, brush, timber, 77% contained. The fire continues to spread WSW. Evacuation warnings remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 27,927 acres on the Klamath National Forest.

09/10/2018 0756

CA-LNU Snell Fire: 2,490 Acres of oak woodland, 30% contained. Mandatory evacuations for the Snell Valley Rd area and Berryessa Knoxville Rd from Pope Bridge to the Lake County Line. Structures are threatened in the Berryessa Estates. Drinking and agriculture water supply to parts of Napa and Solano Counties is threatened. A Type 3 IMT (North Bay) assigned

09/10/2018 0752

CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,715 acres timber, 31% contained. Fire behavior was minimal consisting of smoldering. Evacuation Advisory notice is in place for the Hyampom area. Multiple structures in the fire area are threatened. Critical communications lines, power infrastructures and private timber remains threatened. NorCal Team 2 (Dalrymple) is in command.

09/10/2018 0745

CA-SHF Delta Fire: 47,110 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. Fire is progressing to the north and northwest on the west side of I-5 and to the northeast on the east side of I-5. Evacuations remain in place for the communities of Delta, Lamoine, Pollard,Flat, Sims and Castella. Threat to the communities include Lakehead, Pollock, Delta,Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. I-5 remains closed from Fawndale Rd. north to Mott Rd. in both directions. Interstate 5 is a major commerce corridor, closing or limiting access is a major impact to the local and regional economy. The railway has been re-opened to freight trains only. Power infrastructure, Union Pacific Railway, public water supply, T&E species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. Multiple commercial vehicles and several structures have been damaged or destroyed. A forest closure is in effect for the fire area, including the Pacific Crest Trail. Transition of command took place this morning to CIIMT 4 (Kurth) and Cal Fire (Truax).

09/09/2018 1847

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 32,398 acres grass, brush, timber, 77% contained. The fire continues to spread west. Uphill runs with backing and spotting was observed today. Evacuation warnings remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 27,927 acres on the Klamath National Forest. Suppression repair work is continuing on the East flank of the fire.

09/09/2018 1847

CA-LNU Snell Fire: 2400 Acres of oak woodland, 20% contained. Fire was active with uphill runs, single tree torching and flanking.  Mandatory evacuations for the Snell Valley Rd area and Berryessa Knoxville Rd from Pope Bridge to the Lake County Line. Structures are threatened in the Berryessa Estates. Drinking and agriculture water supply to parts of Napa and Solano Counties is threatened. A Type 3 IMT (North Bay) assigned

09/09/2018 1847

CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,688 acres timber, 19% contained. Fire behavior was minimal consisting of smoldering. Gusty evening winds are expected to cause issue for crews and will challenge control lines. As of 1630, 9/9 Mandatory Evacuation Notices have been lifted and an Evacuation Advisory notice is in place. Multiple structures in the fire area are threatened. Critical communications lines, power infrastructures and private timber remains threatened.

09/09/2018 1847

CA-TNF North Fire: 1,120 acres timber, 77% contained. Minimal fire behavior was observed with creeping and smoldering today. Repopulation to the Lake Valley area occurred today at 0800, this includes the re-opening of Forest Road 19 and the I-80 Yuba Gap off ramp as well as PG&E and private camp sites. Infrastructure to I-80 and Union Pacific Railway remain threatened. There is also a threat to communication and power infrastructure, private timber, camping areas, and natural habitat. Reduction to acres is due to more accurate mapping.

09/09/2018 1847

CA-SHF Delta Fire: 40,903 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. Fire was active with backing running and spotting occurring today. Fire is progressing to the north and northwest on the west side of I-5 and to the northeast on the east side of I-5.  Evacuations remain in place for the communities of Delta, Lamoine, Pollard,Flat, Sims and Castella. Threat to the communities include Lakehead, Pollock, Delta,Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. I-5 remains closed from Fawndale Rd. north to Mott Rd. in both directions. Interstate 5 is a major commerce corridor, closing or limiting access is a major impact to the local and regional economy. The railway has been re-opened to freight trains only. Power infrastructure, Union Pacific Railway, public water supply, T&E species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. Multiple commercial vehicles and several structures have been damaged or destroyed. A forest closure is in effect for the fire area, including the Pacific Crest Trail. Transition of command is planned on 9/10 at  to CIIMT 4  which will also manage the Hirz fire. On 9/10 Cal Fire will enter into Unified Command with CIIMT 4.

09/09/2018 1742

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,150 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained. Fire continues to smolder and creep in internal pockets of fuels. Crews from the Hirz fire continue to assist on the Delta Fire.

09/09/2018 0819 CA-TNF North Fire: 1,274 acres timber, 70% contained. Interior islands continue to burn. Repopulation to the Lake Valley area is planned for today at 0800, this includes the re-opening of Forest Road 19 and the I-80 Yuba Gap off ramp as well as PG&E and private camp sites. Infrastructure to I-80 and Union Pacific Railway remain threatened. There is also a threat to communication and power infrastructure, private timber, camping areas, and natural habitat.
09/09/2018 0805 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,150 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained. Fire continues to smolder and creep. Little activity was observed. Crews from the Hirz fire continue to assist on the Delta Fire. Threat to high value timber lands remains. Transition of command is planned on 9/10 to CIIMT 4 which will also manage the Delta fire.
09/09/2018 0800

CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,645 acres timber, 13% contained. Fire behavior remained active with backing and creeping last night.  Mandatory Evacuation notices have been issued for structures west of the South Fork of the Trinity River from the Lower South Fork Rd. north to Salmon Rock and due east to the Trinity and Humboldt County line. Multiple structures in the fire area are threatened. Critical communications lines, power infrastructures and private timber remains threatened.

09/09/2018 0755

CA-LNU Snell Fire: 1900 Acres of oak woodland, 10% contained. Fire is burning in a remote location with difficult access.  Fire behavior moderated overnight and fire continues to burn to the east. Mandatory evacuations for the Snell Valley Rd area and Berryessa Knoxville Rd from Pope Bridge to the Lake County Line. Structures are threatened in the Berryessa Estates. A Type 3 IMT (North Bay) assigned.

09/09/2018 0755

CA-SHF Delta Fire: 40,903 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained.  Evacuations remain in place for the communities of Delta, Lamoine, Pollard,Flat, Sims and Castella. Threat to the communities include Lakehead, Pollock, Delta,Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. I-5 remains closed from Fawndale Rd. north to Mott Rd. in both directions. Interstate 5 is a major commerce corridor, closing or limiting access is a major impact to the local and regional economy. The railway has been re-opened to freight trains only. Power infrastructure, Union Pacific Railway, public water supply, T&E species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. Multiple commercial vehicles and several structures have been damaged or destroyed. A forest closure is in effect for the fire area, including the Pacific Crest Trail. Transition of command is planned on 9/10 to CIIMT 4 which will also manage the Hirz fire.

09/08/2018 1920 CA-LNU Snell Fire: 400 Acres of oak woodland, 10% contained. Mandatory evacuations for Snell Valley Rd area and Berryessa Knoxville Rd from Pope Bridge to the Lake County Line.
09/08/2018 1920 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,150 acres grass, brush, timber, 90% contained. Fire continues to smolder and creep in internal pockets of fuels. Crews from the Hirz fire continue to assist on the Delta Fire. Threat to high value timber lands remains.
09/08/2018 1920 CA-TNF North Fire: 1,274 acres timber, 70% contained. Interior island continue to burn. Increased evening winds will challenge control lines to the east. Repopulation to the Lake Valley area is planned for 9/9 at 0800. Infrastructure to I-80 and Union Pacific Railway remain threatened. There is also a threat to communication and power infrastructure, private timber and camping areas, and natural habitat.
09/08/2018 1920 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 40,580 acres, grass, brush, timber, 0% contained. Evacuations are in place for the communities of Delta, Lamoine, Pollard,Flat, Sims and Castella. Threat to the communities include Lakehead, Pollock, Delta,Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. I-5 is closed from Fawndale Rd. north to Mott Rd. in both directions. Interstate 5 is a major commerce corridor, closing or limiting access is a major impact to the local and regional economy. Power infrastructure, public water supply, T&E species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. Multiple commercial vehicles and several structures have been damaged or destroyed. A forest closure is in effect for the fire area, including the Pacific Crest Trail. Transition of command is planned on 9/10 to CIIMT 4 which will also manage the Hirz fire.
09/08/2018 1920 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,625 acres timber, 0% contained. Fire behavior was active today with spotting and short duration crown runs. Fire growth primarily occurred on the northern side of the incident as fire burned through areas with little fire history. Gusty evening winds are expected to cause issue for crews and will challenge control lines. Mandatory Evacuation notices have been issued for structures west of the South Fork of the Trinity River from the Lower South Fork Rd. north to Salmon Rock and due east to the Trinity and Humboldt County line. Multiple structures in the fire area are threatened. Critical communications lines, power infrastructures and private timber remains threatened.
09/08/2018 1750 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush timber slash. 98% contained. Fire activity on the incident is well within the fires perimeter. Suppression repair continues.
09/08/2018 1745 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 31,979 acres grass, brush, timber, 74% contained. The fire continues to spread WSW moving closer to populated areas. Evacuation warnings remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 27,508 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
09/08/2018 1620 CA-LNU Snell Fire: 200 Acres of oak woodland, 0% contained. The fire is well established with spotting out ahead of the main fire. Access to the fire is difficult due to its remote location. Structures are currently threatened in the Berryessa Estates area. Mandatory evacuations have been ordered for the Snell Valley Rd. area.
09/08/2018 1530 CA-LNU Snell Fire: 30 Acres of oak woodland, 0% contained. The fire is exhibiting a moderate rate of spread and short-range spotting. Access to the fire is difficult due to its remote location. Structures are currently threatened. Mandatory evacuations have been ordered for the Snell Valley Rd. area. Map
09/08/2018 0800 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 36,970 acres, grass, brush, timber, 0% contained. Fire remained active overnight. Evacuations are in place north of Lakehead to the Siskiyou County Line. Threatened communities include Lakehead, Pollock, Delta,Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. I-5 is closed from Fawndale Rd. north to Mott Rd. in both directions. Interstate 5 is a major commerce corridor, closing or limiting access is a major impact to the local and regional economy. Power infrastructure, public water supply, T&E species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. Union Pacific Railway is open to freight only. Multiple commercial vehicles and several structures have been damaged or destroyed. A forest closure is in effect for the fire area, including the Pacific Crest Trail. A Type 1 Incident Management Team (CIIMT 4, Kurth) will in-brief today at 1500.
09/08/2018 0800 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,625 acres timber, 0% contained. Fire remained active overnight. Mandatory evacuations were downgraded to and Evacuation Advisory for the east side of Trinity River in the Hyampom area.. Structures in and around the community of Hyampom remain threatened, including local communication towers.
09/08/2018 0800 CA-TNF North Fire: 1,274 acres timber, 55% contained. Interior islands continue to burn with the potential for spotting. There is a threat to I-80 and Union Pacific Railway infrastructure. The I-80 Yuba Gap off ramp and Forest Service road 19 remain closed. Transportation, power infrastructure, T&E species habitat, cultural, archaeological and recreational sites are threatened. Numerous campgrounds in the area have been closed.
09/08/2018 0800 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,150 acres grass, brush, timber, 89% contained. Fire activity remains active within interior islands. Threat continues to high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural heritage sites. Areas of isolated heat continue to be worked by suppression crews. A Type 1 Incident Management Team (CIIMT 4, Kurth) will in-brief today at 1500.
09/07/2018 1900 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 31,325 acres, grass, brush, timber, 0% contained. Fire was active today with crowning and spotting. Evacuations are in place for the communities of Lakehead, Pollock, Delta,Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. I-5 is closed from Fawndale Rd. north to Mott Rd. in both directions. Interstate 5 is a major commerce corridor, closing or limiting access is a major impact to the local and regional economy. Power infrastructure, public water supply, threatened and endangered species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. Union Pacific Railway is open to freight only. Multiple commercial vehicles and several structures have been damaged or destroyed. A forest closure is in effect for the fire area, including the Pacific Crest Trail. A Type 1 Management Team (CIIMT 4, Kurth) will inbrief tomorrow at 1500.
09/07/2018 1900 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,228 acres timber, 0% contained. Fire behavior was active today with single tree torching and short-range spotting. Mandatory evacuations are in effect along County Rd. 311 from Lake Mountain Ranch to Dead Mans Point. Structures in and around the community of Hyampom are threatened, including local communication towers.
09/07/2018 1900 CA-TNF North Fire: 1,274 acres timber, 55% contained. Fire behavior was moderate today with short-range spotting. The I-80 Yuba Gap off ramp and Forest Service road 19 remain closed. The I-80 Emigrant Gap off ramp has re-opened. Transportation, power infrastructure, threatened and endangered species habitat, cultural, archaeological and recreational sites are threatened. Numerous campgrounds in the area have been closed.
09/07/2018 1900 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,150 acres grass, brush, timber, 89% contained. Fire activity was minimal today. Threat continues to high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural heritage sites. Areas of isolated heat continue to be worked by suppression crews. Evacuation orders have been lifted for the McCloud River Club. A Type 1 Incident Management Team (CIIMT 4, Kurth) will inbrief tomorrow at 1500.
09/07/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 31,361 acres grass, brush, timber, 74% contained. The fire continues to spread WSW moving closer to populated areas. Uphill runs with short range spotting was observed today. Evacuation warnings remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 26,890 acres on the Klamath National Forest. Suppression repair work is continuing on the East flank of the fire.
09/07/2018 1900 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush timber slash. 98% contained. Interior islands continue to burn out. The Mendocino National Forest closure order remains in effect for the fire area. Flight restrictions over the area were lifted at 0900 today.
09/07/2018 1015 CA-TNF North Fire: 1,274 acres timber, 43% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight. The I-80 Yuba Gap off ramp remains closed. The I-80 Emigrant Gap off ramp has re-opened. Transportation, power infrastructure, threatened and endangered species habitat, cultural, archaeological and recreational sites are threatened. Numerous campgrounds in the area have been closed.
09/07/2018 0730 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 24,588 acres, grass, brush, timber, 0% contained. Fire was active overnight primarily with surface fire spread. Evacuations are in progress and a threat continues in the communities of Lakehead, Pollock, Delta,Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. I-5 is closed from Fawndale Rd. north to Mott Rd. in both directions. Interstate 5 is a major commerce corridor, closing or limiting access is a major impact to the local and regional economy. Power infrastructure, public water supply, threatened and endangered species habitat, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. Union Pacific Railway is open to freight only. Multiple commercial vehicles and several structures have been damaged or destroyed. A forest closure is in effect for the fire area and Pacific Crest Trail.
09/07/2018 0730 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 1,228 acres timber, 0% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight with good overnight humidity recovery. Mandatory evacuations are in effect along County Rd. 311 from Lake Mountain Ranch to Dead Mans Point. structures in and around the community of Hyampom are threatened. Current threats include: communication towers, power-lines, private timberlands and a Hydro electric plant. A NorCal Type 2 incident management team will assume command of this incident today.
09/07/2018 0730 CA-TNF North Fire: 1,274 acres timber, 43% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight. The Yuba and Emigrant off ramps off of I-80 remain closed. Transportation, power infrastructure, threatened and endangered species habitat, cultural, archaeological and recreational sites are threatened. Numerous campgrounds in the area have been closed.
09/07/2018 0730 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,150 acres grass, brush, timber, 80% contained. Fire activity moderated overnight. Threat continues to high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural heritage sites. Areas of isolated heat continue to be worked by suppression crews. Evacuation orders remain in effect for the McCloud river Club..
09/07/2018 0730 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 98% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Interior islands continue to burn out. Mendocino National Forest closure order remains in effect for the fire area. Suppression repair is ongoing.
09/07/2018 0730 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 31,273 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. The fire continues to grow to SSW moving closer to populated areas. Evacuation warnings remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 26,802 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
09/07/2018 0730 CA-AEU Sliger Fire: 150 acres, grass, oak woodland, timber, 65% contained. Forward spread has been stopped. Evacuations orders have been lifted. Last report unless significant activity occurs.
09/06/2018 1910 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 22,000 acres, brush, timber, 0% contained. Fire is active with uphill runs and long-range spotting. Evacuations are in progress and a threat to the communities of Lakehead, Pollock, Delta,Vollmers, Dog Creek, Lamoine, Pollard Flat, Sims and Castella. I-5 is closed from Fawndale Rd. north to Mott Rd. in both directions. Interstate 5 is a major commerce corridor closing or limiting access is a major impact to the local and regional economy. Power infrastructure, public water supply, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. Union Pacific Railway is shutdown with infrastructure damage. Multiple commercial vehicles and several structures have been damaged or destroyed. A California Interagency Type 1 incident management team is assigned to manage this incident.
09/06/2018 1910 CA-TNF North Fire: 1,274 acres timber, 43% contained. Fire continues to burn actively with short range spotting. The Yuba and Emigrant off ramps off of I-80 remain closed. Transportation, power infrastructure, cultural, archaeological and recreational sites are threatened. Numerous campgrounds in the area have been closed. A NorCal Type 2 incident management team is assigned to manage this incident.
09/06/2018 1910 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 975 acres timber, 0% contained. Fire continued to burn actively with short crown runs. Mandatory evacuations are in effect along County Rd. 311 from Lake Mountain Ranch to Dead Mans Point. structures in and around the community of Hyampom are threatened. Current threats include: The community of Hyampom, communication towers, power-lines, private timberlands and a Hydro electric plant. NorCal Type 2 incident management team (Dalymple) will assume command of the incident tomorrow at 0700.
09/06/2018 1910 CA-AEU Sliger Fire: 150 acres, grass, oak woodland, timber, 60% contained. Forward spread has been stopped. Evacuations orders have been lifted.
09/06/2018 1910 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,150 acres grass, brush, timber, 80% contained. Fire was active today primarily in interior pockets of fuels. Areas of isolated heat continue to be worked by suppression crews. Evacuation orders remain in effect for the McCloud river Club..
09/06/2018 1910 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 31,273 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Increased fire behavior was observed today with short crown runs and column development. Evacuation warnings remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 25,802 acres on the Klamath National Forest. Evacuation orders remain for the McCloud river Club.
09/06/2018 0815 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 15,294 acres, brush, timber, 0% contained. Fire is active with uphill runs and long-range spotting. Evacuations are in progress north of Lakehead. I-5 is closed from Fawndale Rd. north to Mott Rd. in both directions. Power infrastructure, public water supply, timber and recreational sites as well as communications infrastructure are threatened. Union Pacific Railway is shutdown with infrastructure damage. Multiple commercial vehicles have been destroyed. A California Interagency Type 1 incident management team is assigned to manage this incident.
09/06/2018 0815 CA-TNF North Fire: 1,274 acres timber, 17% contained. Fire continues to burn actively with short-range spotting. The Yuba and Emigrant off ramps off of I-80 remain closed. Transportation, power infrastructure, cultural, archaeological and recreational sites are threatened. Numerous campgrounds in the area have been closed. A NorCal Type 2 incident management team is assigned to manage this incident.
09/06/2018 0815 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 975 acres timber, 0% contained. (reduction in acres is due to more accurate mapping).Fire burned actively overnight with short crown runs and spotting. Mandatory evacuations are in effect along County Rd. 311 from Lake Mountain Ranch to Dead Mans Point. structures in and around the community of Hyampom are threatened. Current threats include: communication towers, power-lines, private timberlands and a Hydro electric plant. NorCal Type 2 incident management team will assume command of this incident today.
09/06/2018 0815 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 30,109 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation warnings remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 25,638 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
09/06/2018 0815 CA-AEU Sliger Fire: 104 acres, grass, oak woodland, timber, 45% contained. Forward spread has been stopped. Evacuations orders have been lifted.
09/06/2018 0815 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,150 acres grass, brush, timber, 75% contained. Fire activity primarily occurred in interior pockets of fuels with areas of isolated heat continue to be worked by suppression crews.
09/06/2018 0815 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 98% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Interior islands continue to burn out. Mendocino National Forest closure order remains in effect for the fire area. Forest boundary will be allowed access to their property with proof of ownership. Suppression repair is ongoing.
09/05/2018 1900 CA-AEU Sliger Fire: 90 acres, grass, oak woodland, timber, 40% contained. Forward spread has been stopped. Evacuations orders remain in effect.
09/05/2018 1900 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,142 acres grass, brush, timber, 75% contained. Fire activity primarily occurred in interior pockets of fuels with areas of isolated heat continue to be worked by suppression crews.
09/05/2018 1900 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 98% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Interior islands continue to burn out. Mendocino National Forest closure order remains in effect for the fire area. Forest boundary will be allowed access to their property with proof of ownership. Suppression repair is ongoing.
09/05/2018 1900 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 2,000 acres timber, 0% contained. Fire burned actively through the day. Mandatory evacuations are in effect along County Rd. 311 from Lake Mountain Ranch to Dead Mans Point. The town of Hyampom is threatened. Communications towers, powerlines, a hydro plant and private timberlands are threatened. NorCal Type 2 Team has been ordered and will inbrief tomorrow.
09/05/2018 1900 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 2,000 acres, brush, timber, 0% contained. Fire is exhibiting extreme fire behavior with rapid rates of spread and short crown runs. Fire is spreading to the north into Salt Creek and Pollard Flats, east towards Green Mountain and west towards Damnation Peak and Slate Creek. Evacuations are taking place near the fire at this time. I-5 is closed from Fawndale Rd. north to Mott Rd. in both directions. Union Pacific Railway, power infrastructure and communications infrastructure is threatened. The water supply to Lakehead is threatened.
09/05/2018 1900 CA-TNF North Fire: 1,274 acres timber, 10% contained. Fire actively burned through the day with short range spotting. The Yuba and Emigrant off ramps off of Hwy 80 have been closed. Highway 80 infrastructure and major gas distribution lines are threatened. Numerous campgrounds in the area have been closed. Areas of cultural valued and natural habitat is threatened.
09/05/2018 1811 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 30,109 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Warm temperatures, lower humidity and dry fuels has resulted in an increase in burning conditions. Evacuation warning remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 25,608 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
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CA-SHF Delta Fire: 700 acres, brush, timber, 0% contained. Critical rate of spread and long range spotting. 3 separate fires have burned together. Structures are threatened and evacuations are in progress. I-5 Freeway is closed south of the Lamoine exit at Delta Rd. in both directions. CA IMT5 (Young) is on order from the Hirz Fire.

09/05/2018 1438 CA-SHF Delta Fire: 50 acres, brush, timber, 0% contained. Rapid rate of spread. 3 separate fires. Structures are threatened and evacuations are in progress. I 5 Freeway is closed south of the Lamoine exit at Delta Rd. in both directions.Map
09/05/2018 0721 CA-AEU Sliger Fire: 80 acres, grass, oak woodland, timber, 30% contained. Fire is located Sliger Mine Rd X Cherokee Bar Rd, 8 miles east of North Auburn. Structures are threatened and Mandatory Evacuations are in place. Map
09/05/2018 0712

CA-TNF North Fire: 999 acres timber, 10% contained.  Fire behavior was moderate last night with backing and flanking fire observed. Evacuations remain for campgrounds in the area. The Wild and Scenic American River, private timber lands, transportation infrastructure, railway, power and communication infrastructure, gas lines and cultural sites are threatened.    

09/05/2018 0712

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,142 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Mostly low intensity surface fire was observed under poor overnight relative humidity recovery. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. A threat remains to power and communications infrastructure, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites. Cal Fire and the Shasta County Sherriff transitioned out of unified command with the Forest Service this morning at 0600.

09/05/2018 0712

CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 90 acres timber, 10% contained. Structures coninue to remain threatened.

09/04/2018 1930 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 50 acres timber, 5% contained. Fire continues to burn actively with spotting causing an issue for crews. Structures are threatened.
09/04/2018 1930 CA-SHU Ranchera Fire: 13 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained. Reduction in acres is due to better mapping. One residential structure was damaged. This will be the final report unless a significant change occurs
09/04/2018 1930 CA-TNF North Fire: 500 acres timber, 10% contained. Reduction in acres from last report is due to better mapping of the incident. Fire behavior remained active with uphill runs and spotting. Union Pacific rail lines and gas distribution lines are in the area of the fire. Evacuations have been completed for campgrounds in the area.
09/04/2018 1930 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 98% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Interior islands continue to burn out. Mendocino National Forest closure order remains in effect for the fire area. Forest boundary will be allowed access to their property with proof of ownership. SoCal Team 3 has assumed command of the incident
09/04/2018 1930 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,051 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Fire behavior occurred primarily in interior island of unburned fuels. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. A threat remains to power and communications infrastructure, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites.
09/04/2018 1750 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 29,492 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Fire activity is isolated to the southwest portion of the incident in steep rugged terrain. Evacuation warning remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 24,886 acres on the Klamath National Forest. Northwest Team 7 has assumed command of the incident.
09/04/2018 1730 CA-SHF Kerlin Fire: 20 acres timber, 0% contained. Fire is located at Kerlin Creek, 2.5 miles west of Hyampom. The fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread with spotting. Structures are threatened.
09/04/2018 1550 CA-SHU Ranchera Fire: 20 acres grass, brush, timber, 0% contained. Fire is located at Ranchera Rd. x Hill Blvd, Shasta Lake City. The fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread and structures are threatened. Map
09/04/2018 0700 CA-TNF North Fire: 700 acres timber, 0% contained. Multiple campgrounds in the area have been evacuated. The fire is established in North Fork of N. Fork of American River.
09/04/2018 0700 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 46,051 acres grass, brush, timber, 60% contained. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. Threat to power and communications infrastructure, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites. Continued impact of smoke will effect the communities around fire area.
09/04/2018 0700 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 98% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Interior islands continue to burn out. Mendocino National Forest closure order remains in effect for the fire area. Forest boundary will be allowed access to their property with proof of ownership. National Guard asset, remote piloted aircraft is currently assigned. SoCalTeam 3 (Wakowski) will assume command today at 0700.
09/04/2018 0700 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 28,526 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Fire activity is isolated to the southwest portion of the incident in steep rugged terrain. Evacuation warning remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 23,920 acres on the Klamath National Forest. NW IMT-7 (Kerr) will assume command today.
09/03/2018 1845

CA-TNF North Fire: 200 acres timber, 0% contained. Multiople campgrounds in area have been evacuated. Fire is burning on both sides of N. Fork of N. Fork of American River. U.S Forest Service is not in unified command with CalFire.

09/03/2018 1845

CA-LNU Ridge Fire: 36 acres brush, 95% contained. This is the last report unless significant events occur.

09/03/2018 1845

CA-MDF Essex Fire: 20 acres grass, timber, 70% contained. Crews continue to make good progress. This is the last report unless significant change occurs.

09/03/2018 1845

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 45,289 acres grass, brush, timber, 54% contained. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. Threat to power and communications infrastructure, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites. Continued impact of smoke will effect persons around fire area.

09/03/2018 1845

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 98% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Interior islands continue to burn out. Mendocino National Forest closure order remains in effect for the fire area. Forest boundary will be allowed access to their property with proof of ownership. National Guard asset, remote piloted aircraft is currently assigned. SoCalTeam 3 (Wakowski) will assume command 9/4 at 0700.

09/03/2018 1845

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 28,526 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Fire activity is isolated to the southwest portion of the incident in steep rugged terrain. Evacuation warning remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 23,301 acres on the Klamath National Forest.

09/03/2018 1640 CA-TNF North Fire: 200 acres timber, 0% contained. Fire is burning at a rapid rate of spread with spotting. Campgrounds in the area have been evacuated.
09/03/2018 1600 CA-TNF North Fire: 15 acres timber, 0% contained. The fire is located at North Fork Campground, 2 miles south of Emigrant Gap. The fire is burning at a rapid rate of spread, multiple campgrounds in the area are evacuated. Map
09/03/2018 0800 CA-MDF Essex Fire: 15 acres grass, timber, 60% contained. Crews continue to make good progress.
09/03/2018 0800 CA-LNU Ridge Fire: 36 acres brush, 80% contained. Crews continue to make good progress
09/03/2018 0800 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 97% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Interior islands continue to burn out. Mendocino National Forest closure order remains in effect for the fire area. National Guard asset, remote piloted aircraft is currently assigned. SoCalTeam 3 (Wakowski) is set to in brief today at 1000.
09/03/2018 0800 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 45,289 acres grass, brush, timber, 46% contained. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. Threat to power and communications infrastructure, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites. Continued adverse impact of smoke to personal health, as well aesthetics to forest recreational visitors.
09/03/2018 0800 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 27,905 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Fire activity is isolated to the southwest portion of the incident in steep rugged terrain. Evacuation warning remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 23,301 acres on the Klamath National Forest. Change in acres due to more accurate information.
09/02/2018 1805 CA-LNU Ridge Fire: 36 acres brush, 15% contained. Crews continue to make good progress
09/02/2018 1805 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 42,064 acres grass, brush, timber, 42% contained. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. Threat to power and communications infrastructure, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites. Continued adverse impact of smoke to personal health, as well aesthetics to forest recreational visitors.
09/02/2018 1805 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 27,905 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Fire activity is isolated to the southwest portion of the incident in steep rugged terrain. Evacuation warning remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 23,301 acres on the Klamath National Forest. Change in acres due to more accurate information.
09/02/2018 1650 CA-MDF Essex Fire: 15 acres grass, timber, 0% contained. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped and the threat to powerlines has been mitigated. The reduction in acreage is due to better mapping.
09/02/2018 1620 CA-MDF Essex Fire: 25 acres grass, timber, 0% contained. Fire is located west of Essex Reservoir, 9 miles northeast of Canby. Fire is burning with a high rate of spread and is threatening 230kV powerlines. Map
09/02/2018 1535

CA-LNU Ridge Fire: 30 acres brush, 0% contained. Dangerous rate of spread. Located on Highland springs Rd. x Old Toll Rd, 7 miles west of Kelseyville. Weather is 91 degrees, 22% RH, wind is SSW at 7 MPH with gusts to 13 MPH. Map

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The National Weather Service in Eureka has issued a Red Flag Warning, which is in effect from 9 PM this evening to 11 AM PDT, Monday for elevations above 2000 feet for gusty winds and low  humidity in fire weather zone 203.  Link

09/02/2018 0815

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 42,064 acres grass, brush, timber, 42% contained. Active fire behavior with backing, creeping and smoldering was observed last night. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. Threat to power and communications infrastructure, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites. Continued adverse impact of smoke to personal health, as well aesthetics to forest recreational visitors.

09/02/2018 0815 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 27,303 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation warning remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 22,697 acres on the Klamath National Forest. Change in acres due to more accurate information.
09/02/2018 0815 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 97% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Interior islands continue to burn out. Mendocino National Forest closure order remains in effect for the fire area. National Guard asset, remote piloted aircraft is currently assigned. SoCalTeam 3 (Wakowski) is set to in brief on 9/3 at 1000.
09/01/2018 1815 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 27,403 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation warning remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 22,697 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
09/01/2018 1815 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 38,130 acres grass, brush, timber, 42% contained. Active fire behavior with short range spotting, isolated torching and flanking. Burnout operations continue along the north and west portions of the incident. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. Threat to power and communications infrastructure, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites. Continued adverse impact of smoke to personal health, as well aesthetics to forest recreational visitors.
09/01/2018 1815 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 97% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Interior islands continue to burn out. Mendocino National Forest closure order remains in effect for the fire area. National Guard asset, remote piloted aircraft is currently assigned.
09/01/2018 1315 National Weather Service (Eureka) has issued a Red Flag Warning for Del Norte County (FWZ 203). The watch is in effect from 11PM this evening through 11AM Monday morning above 2000 ft, for gusty Northeast winds and low relative humidty. Link
09/01/2018 1130 National Weather Service (Eureka) has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Del Norte County (FWZ 203). The watch is in effect from this evening through Monday morning, for gusty Northeast winds and low relative humidty. Link
09/01/2018 0820 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 38,130 acres grass, brush, timber, 42% contained. Active fire behavior with isolated torching, flanking, and backing. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. Threat to power and communications infrastructure, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites.
09/01/2018 0820 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 96% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Interior islands continue to burn out. Mendocino National Forest closure order remains in effect for the fire area. National Guard asset, remote piloted aircraft is currently assigned.
08/31/2018 1830 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 27,076 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation warning remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 22,470 acres on the Klamath National Forest. Decrease in acres due to more accurate information.
08/31/2018 1815 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 36,083 acres grass, brush, timber, 42% contained. Active fire behavior with isolated torching, flanking, and backing. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. Threat to power and communications infrastructure, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites.
08/31/2018 1815 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,123 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 96% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Interior islands continue to burn out. Mendocino National Forest closure order remains in effect for the fire area.
08/31/2018 1815 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 27,702 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation warning remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 22,096 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
08/31/2018 0710 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 3,674 acres brush, timber, 100% contained. Phone and power line infrastructure and motorists on Hwy 96 may still be threatened as trees fall and rollout occurs. Threats to timberlands and wildlife habitat are diminishing. Transition back to the local unit is planned for 0600 this morning.
08/31/2018 0710 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,102 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 93% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. All evacuation orders have been lifted. Mendocino National Forest closer order remains in effect for the fire area.
08/31/2018 0710 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 27,702 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation warning remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The community of Sunstar remains in a level 1 evacuation ready status. The fire has burned approximately 22,096 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
08/31/2018 0710 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 36,083 acres grass, brush, timber, 39% contained. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. Threat to PG&E power-lines, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites.
08/31/2018 0710 CA-LNU Grade Fire: 60 acres grass, 100% contained.
08/30/2018 1830 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 3,674 acres brush, timber, 100% contained. Fire behavior minimal. Phone and power line infrastructure and motorists on Hwy 96 may still be threatened as trees fall and rollout occurs. Threats to timberlands and wildlife habitat are diminishing. Transition back to the local unit is planned for 0600 on Friday.
08/30/2018 1830 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 34,776 acres grass, brush, timber, 39% contained. Active fire behavior with short, slope driven runs. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. Threat to PG&E power-lines, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites.
08/30/2018 1830 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,102 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 93% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. All evacuation orders have been lifted. Mendocino National Forest closer order remains in effect for the fire area.
08/30/2018 1830 CA-LNU Grade Fire: 60 acres grass, 85% contained. Moderate rate of spread. Threat to 115Kv power-lines.
08/30/2018 1830 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 100% contained.
08/30/2018 1830 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 26,227 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation warning remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek. The fire has burned approximately 22,096 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
08/30/2018 1615 CA-LNU Grade Fire: 30 acres grass, 0% contained. Moderate rate of spread. Threat to 115Kv power-lines.
08/30/2018 0725 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 34,776 acres grass, brush, timber, 35% contained. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. Threat to PG&E power-lines, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, McCloud Wild and Scenic River, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites.
08/30/2018 0725 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 3,674 acres brush, timber, 91% contained. Fire behavior occurred in interior pockets of fuel. Phone and power line infrastructure continue to be threatened. Threats to timberlands and wildlife habitat. Transition back to the local unit is planned for 0600 on Friday.
08/30/2018 0725 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,102 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 93% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Evacuations remain in place for portions of Glenn counties. Mendocino National Forest closer order remains in effect for the fire area.
08/30/2018 0725 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 26,227 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. The fire has burned approximately 21,621 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
08/30/2018 0725 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 98% contained. Suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.
08/29/2018 1830

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 26,227 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. The fire has burned approximately 21,621 acres on the Klamath National Forest.

08/29/2018 1805

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 33,044 acres grass, brush, timber, 35% contained. The fire was active primarily along the north and west portions of the fire. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. There is a threat to PG&E power-lines, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites.

08/29/2018 1805

CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 3,674 acres brush, timber, 91% contained. Fire behavior was limited to interior burnouts that exhibited little spread and low flame lengths. Phone and power line infrastructure continue to be threatened. Threats continue to endangered species habitat, and tribal timberland. Transition back to the local unit is planned for Friday.

08/29/2018 1805

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,102 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 93% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. CA IMT 3 (von Tillow) in in command. Evacuations remain in place for portions of Glenn counties, all Colusa County evacuations and advisory orders have been lifted. Portions of Lake County within the Mendocino National Forest are under Evacuation Advisory. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, private timberlands, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, communication and power line infrastructure, and a USFS fire station and infrastructure.

08/29/2018 1805

CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 98% contained. Suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.

08/29/2018 0725

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 33,044 acres grass, brush, timber, 32% contained. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. There is a threat to PG&E powerlines, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites.

08/29/2018 0725

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,102 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 93% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. On 08/29 Cal Fire Team 2 will transfer command of the East Zone of the fire to CA IMT 3 (von Tillow) where they will take control of the entire Mendocino Complex. Evacuations remain in place for portions of Glenn counties, all Colusa County evacuations and advisory orders have been lifted. Portions of Lake County within the Mendocino National Forest are under Evacuation Advisory. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, private timberlands, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, communication and power line infrastructure, and a USFS fire station and infrastructure.

08/29/2018 0725

CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 97% contained. Suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.

08/29/2018 0713

CA-MDF Stone Fire: 39,387 acres grass brush, juniper, 100% contained. Mop-up and suppression repair continue. Transition back to the local unit planned for Thursday. Final update unless significant change occurs.

08/29/2018 0713

CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 3,674 acres brush, timber, 82% contained. Overnight fire behavior was limited to interior burning of heavy fuels. Highway 96 reopened. Phone and power line infrastructure continue to be threatened. Threats continue to endangered species habitat, and tribal timberland. Transition back to the local unit is planned for Friday.

08/28/2018 1845 CA-LNU Cache Fire: 103 acres grass, brush, 95% contained. Final report unless significant change occures.
08/28/2018 1845 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 3,674 acres brush, timber, 82% contained. Fire behavior occured in interior pockets of fuel. Highway 96 reopened. Phone and power line infrastructure continue to be threatened. Threats continue to endangered species habitat, and tribal timberland. Transition back to the local unit is planned for Friday.
08/28/2018 1845 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 25,563 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. The fire has burned approximately 20,957 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
08/28/2018 1845 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 39,387 acres grass brush, juniper, 95% contained. Mopup and suppression repair continue. Transition back to the local unit planned for Thursday.
08/28/2018 1845 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,102 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 93% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. On 08/29 Cal Fire Team 2 will transfer command of the East Zone of the fire to CA IMT 3 (von Tillow) where they will take control of the entire Mendocino Complex. Evacuations remain in place for portions of Glenn counties, all Colusa County evacuations and advisory orders have been lifted. Portions of Lake County within the Mendocino National Forest are under Evacuation Advisory. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, private timberlands, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, communication and power line infrastructure, and a USFS fire station and infrastructure.
08/28/2018 1845 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 97% contained. Suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.
08/28/2018 1845 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 30,825 acres grass, brush, timber, 31% contained. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. There is a threat to PG&E powerlines, high value private timber lands, critical wildlife habitat, sensitive botanical species, and cultural/heritage sites.
08/28/2018 0725 CA-LNU Cache Fire: 120 acres grass, brush, 90% contained.
08/28/2018 0725 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 3,674 acres brush, timber, 82% contained. Fire behavior occured in interior pockets of fuel. Highway 96 is reopened. Phone and power line infrastructure continue to be threatened. Threats continue to endangered species habitat, and tribal timberland. Transition back to the local unit planned for Friday.
08/28/2018 0725 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 25,199 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. The fire has burned approximately 20,593 acres on the Klamath National Forest.
08/28/2018 0725 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 39,387 acres grass brush, juniper, 95% contained. County roads 84 and 85 are open to residents only.
08/28/2018 0725 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,102 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 90% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. On 08/29 Cal Fire Team 2 will transfer command of the East Zone of the fire to CA IMT 3 (von Tillow) where they will take control of the entire Mendocino Complex. Evacuations remain in place for portions of Colusa and Glenn counties. Portions of Lake County are under Evacuation Advisory. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, private timberlands, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain Project, communication and power line infrastructure, many historical/cultural value sites, and a USFS fire station and infrastructure.
08/28/2018 0725 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 30,825 acres grass, brush, timber, 31% contained. Structure assessment continues in the area of Lower Salt Creek and Gilman. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. There is a threat to PG&E powerlines, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites.
08/28/2018 0725 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 96% contained. Mop-up and suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.
08/27/2018 1845

CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 3,638 acres brush, timber, 79% contained. There was no additional perimeter growth today. Highway 96 remains intermittently closed. Phone and power line infrastructure continue to be threatened along Hwy 96. Threats continue to endangered species habitat, and tribal timberland.

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OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 25,199 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Crews making good progress on securing the western edge of the fire. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. The fire has burned approximately 20,593 acres on the Klamath National Forest.

08/27/2018 1845

CA-MDF Stone Fire: 39,387 acres grass brush, juniper, 72% contained. Minimal fire activity was observed. County roads 84 and 85 are open to residents only. No fire growth is expected. Class 1 Air Shed over the South Warner wilderness has been impacted by smoke.

08/27/2018 1845

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 459,102 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 90% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. On 08/29 Cal Fire Team 2 will transfer command of the East Zone of the fire to CA IMT 3 (von Tillow) where they will take control of the entire Mendocino Complex. The fire perimeter continues to deepen as fire burns through interior islands on the North and Northwest sides of the fire. Increased acreage over the last several days was a result of interior continuing to burn. Evacuations remain in place for portions of Colusa and Glenn counties. Portions of Lake County are under Evacuation Advisory. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain Project, communication and power line infrastructure, many historical/cultural value sites, and a USFS fire station and infrastructure.

08/27/2018 1845

CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 96% contained. Mop-up and suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.

08/27/2018 1845

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 30,606 acres grass, brush, timber, 31% contained. Fire continues to slowly back to the North of Tombstone Mountain into Tom Dow Creek and to the North Northeast toward/along the McCloud River. The fire also continues to actively back and flank into North Salt Creek, north of Green and High Mountain. Tactical fire operations continue along the McCloud River drainage and in the Green Mt. area. Structures continue to be threatened in Lower Salt Creek and Gilman Rd. Fire spread continues north in steep rugged terrain with little road access. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. There is a threat to PG&E powerlines, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites.

08/27/2018 1845

CA-LNU Cache Fire: 120 acres grass, brush, 70% contained. The fire is located at Hwy 20 x New Long Valley Rd., Clearlake Oaks. There is a threat to 115kV powerlines

08/27/2018 0700

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 24,605 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Crews making good progress on securing the western edge of the fire. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. The fire has burned approximately 19,999 acres on the Klamath National Forest.

08/27/2018 0700

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 451,388 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 83% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Active fire behavior observed with backing, flanking and group torching within the interior islands. Evacuations remain in place for portions of Colusa and Glenn counties. Portions of Lake County are under Evacuation Advisory. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain Project, communication and power line infrastructure, many historical/cultural value sites, and a USFS fire station and infrastructure.

08/27/2018 0700

CA-MDF Stone Fire: 39,387 acres grass brush, juniper, 72% contained. Minimal fire activity was observed. County roads 84 and 85 are open to residents only. Traffic along Highways 139 and 299 is subject to delays requiring a pilot car for escort based on fire behavior. Campground and forest roads continue to be closed. Threat continues to the town of Canby, and Cal Pines. Continued threat to Happy Camp Lookout and repeater site, Emergency Services infrastructure, and Burlington Northern Railway and Lake County Rail lines. Class 1 Air Shed over the South Warner wilderness has been impacted by smoke

08/27/2018 0700

CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 3,638 acres brush, timber, 74% contained. Fire behavior overnight mostly backing, flanking with isolated line reinforcing burnouts. The start of the school year remains delayed. Highway 96 remains intermittently closed. Phone and power line infrastructure continue to be threatened along Hwy 96. Threats continue to endangered species habitat, and tribal timberland

08/27/2018 0700

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 29,506 acres grass, brush, timber, 28% contained. Fire continues to back to the North of Tombstone Mountain into Tom Dow Creek and back and flank into Salt Creek, north of Green and High Mountain. Tactical fire operations continue along the McCloud River drainage and in the Green Mt. area. Structures continue to be threatened in Lower Salt Creek and Gilman Rd. Fire spread continues north in steep rugged terrain with little road access. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. There is a threat to PG&E powerlines, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites.

08/27/2018 0700

CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 96% contained. Mop-up and suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.

08/26/2018 1850 CA-LNU Cache Fire: 120 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. The fire is located at Hwy 20 x New Long Valley Rd., Clearlake Oaks. There is a threat to 115kV powerlines. Map
08/26/2018 1845

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 28,823 acres grass, brush, timber, 25% contained. Fire continues to move north in High Mt. and Green Mt., moving into North Salt Creek. Tactical fire ops continue along the McCloud River drainage and in the Green Mt. area. Structures continue to be threatened in Lower Salt Creek and Gilman Rd.  Fire spread continues north in steep rugged terrain with little road access. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. There is a threat to PG&E powerlines, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites.

08/26/2018 1845

CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 3,625 acres brush, timber, 74% contained. Growth continues to be mainly caused by backing, flanking fire and reinforcing line burnouts. All structure threats mitigated. The start of the school year remains delayed. Highway 96 remains intermittently closed. Phone and power line infrastructure continue to be threatened along Hwy 96. Threats continue to endangered species habitat, and tribal timberland.

08/26/2018 1845

CA-MDF Stone Fire: 39,386 acres grass brush, juniper, 63% contained. Moderate fire activity observed along with intermittent single tree torching of interior fuels. Hwy 299 and Hwy 139 are open subject to delays requiring a pilot car. County roads 84 and 85 are open to residents only. Campground and forest roads continue to be closed. Threat continues to the town of Canby, and Cal Pines. Continued threat to Grouse Mountain Repeater which could impact National Flight following, Air Guard & Tone loss, Happy Camp Lookout and repeater site, Boonville Power Plant, Emergency Services infrastructure, and Burlington Northern Railway and Lake County Rail lines. Class 1 Air Shed over the South Warner wilderness has been impacted by smoke

08/26/2018 1845

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 450,985 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 83% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Active fire behavior observed with backing, flanking and group torching within the interior islands. Evacuations remain in place for portions of Colusa and Glenn counties. Portions of Lake County are under Evacuation Advisory. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain Project, communication and power line infrastructure, many historical/cultural value sites, and a USFS fire station and infrastructure.

08/26/2018 1845

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 24,605 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Crews making good progress on securing the western edge of the fire. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. The fire has burned approximately 19,999 acres on the Klamath National Forest.

08/26/2018 1845

CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 96% contained. Mop-up and suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.

08/26/2018 1650 CA-SCU Castro Fire: 48 acres grass, oakwoodland, 100% contained.
08/26/2018 1320 CA-SCU Castro Fire: 30 acres grass, oakwoodland, 0% contained. Fire is located at I-580 x Paloverde Rd., Castro Valley. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread; structures and 230 kV powerlines are threatened.
08/26/2018 0800 National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 2 PM this afternoon to 11 PM this evening for gusty winds and low RH for Surprise Valley (FWZ 270), Eastern Lassen County (FWZ 278) & FWZ 450, 453 & 458. Link
08/26/2018 0800 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 3,599 acres brush, timber, 54% contained. Growth was mainly caused by backing, flanking fire and reinforcing line burnouts. Structures remain threatened in the Norton Creek and Mill Creek areas. The start of the school year has been delayed. Highway 96 remains intermittently closed. Phone and power line infrastructure continues to be threatened along Hwy 96. Threats continue to Hoopa tribal ceremonial grounds/cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, local watersheds and residential powerlines, phone lines and tribal timberland. Air quality in the Hoopa Valley continues to be poor.
08/26/2018 0800 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 441,687 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 78% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Evacuations remain in place for portions of Colusa and Glenn counties. Portions of Lake County are under Evacuation Advisory. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer Homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain Project, communication and power line infrastructure, many historical/cultural value sites, and a USFS fire station and infrastructure.
08/26/2018 0800 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 28,078 acres grass, brush, timber, 25% contained. Fire was active in High Mountain, Oak Creek and McCloud River Club to the north. Structures are threatened in the Pine Flat area. Re-population of the Gilman Road area occured today. Fire spread continues north in steep rugged terrain with little road access. The McCloud River Club remains under mandatory evacuations. There is a threat to PG&E powerlines, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites.
08/26/2018 0800 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 39,386 acres grass brush, juniper, 63% contained. Fire behavior observed overnight was minimal with flanking and single-tree torching. High winds over the ridge tops are challenging containment efforts. Hwy 299 and Hwy 139 are open subject to delays requiring a pilot car. County roads 84 and 85 are open to residents. Threat continues to the town of Canby, and Cal Pines. Continued threat to Grouse Mountain Repeater which could impact National Flight following, Air Guard & Tone loss, Happy Camp Lookout and repeater site, Boonville Power Plant, Emergency Services infrastructure, and Burlington Northern Railway and Lake County Rail lines. Class 1 Air Shed over the South Warner wilderness has been impacted by smoke
08/26/2018 0800 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 24,224 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Crews making good progress on securing the western edge of the fire. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. The fire has burned approximately 19,618 acres on the Klamath National Forest. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/26/2018 0800 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 95% contained. Mop-up and suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.
08/25/2018 1845

CA-MDF Stone Fire: 38,467 acres grass brush, juniper, 56% contained. Most of the fire behavior observed today was due to firing operations. High winds over the ridge tops are challenging containment efforts. Hwy 299 and Hwy 139 are open subject to delays requiring a pilot car. County roads 84 and 85 are open to residents. Threat continues to the town of Canby, and Cal Pines. Continued threat to Grouse Mountain Repeater which could impact National Flight following, Air Guard & Tone loss, Happy Camp Lookout and repeater site, Boonville Power Plant, Emergency Services infrastructure, and Burlington Northern Railway and Lake County Rail lines. Class 1 Air Shed over the South Warner wilderness has been impacted by smoke

08/25/2018 1845 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 24,224 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Crews making good progress on securing the western edge of the fire. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. The fire has burned approximately 19,618 acres on the Klamath National Forest. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/25/2018 1845 National Weather Service- Reno has upgraded the Fire Weather Watch to a Red Flag Warning in effect from 2 PM to 8 PM Thursday for gusty wind with low RH. Link
08/25/2018 1845 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 95% contained. Mop-up and suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.
08/25/2018 1845

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 25,144 acres grass, brush, timber, 25% contained. Fire was active in High Mountain, Oak Creek and McCloud River Club to the north. Structures are threatened in the Pine Flat area. Re-population of the Gilman road area occured today. Fire spread continues north in steep rugged terrain with little road access. The McCloud River Club is under Mandatory Evacuations. There is a threat to high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites.

08/25/2018 1845

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 427,693 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 77% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Evacuations remain in place for portions of Colusa and Glenn counties. Portions of Lake County are under Evacuation Advisory. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer Homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain project, communication and power line infrastructure, many historical/cultural value sites, and a USFS fire station and infrastructure.

08/25/2018 1741

CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 3,307 acres brush, timber, 54% contained. Growth was mainly caused by backing, flanking fire and reinforcing line burnouts. Structures remain threatened in the Norton Creek and Mill Creek areas. The start of the school year has been delayed. Highway 96 remains closed for most of the day. Phone and power line infrastructure continues to be threatened along Hwy 96. Threats continue to Hoopa tribal ceremonial grounds/cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, local watersheds and residential powerlines, phone lines and tribal timberland. Air quality in the Hoopa Valley continues to be poor.

08/25/2018 1200 National Weather Service - Reno and Sacramento have issued a Fire Weather Watch for Sunday afternoon through Sunday evening for locally gusty Southwest winds in combination with low humidity and very dry fuels for fire weather zones: 221, 252, 268, 269, 270, 271, 272, 273, 278 and 300.Link
08/25/2018 0730

CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 3,211 acres brush, timber, 43% contained. Overnight growth was mainly caused by backing and flanking fire. Structures remain threatened in the Norton Creek and Mill Creek areas. The start of the school year has been delayed due to the closure of Hwy 96, which is only open 3 times daily at 7:00am , Noon and 6:00pm . Phone and power line infrastructure continues to be threatened along Hwy 96. Threats continue to Hoopa tribal ceremonial grounds/cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, local watersheds and residential powerlines, phone lines and tribal timberland. Air quality in the Hoopa Valley continues to be poor.

08/25/2018 0730

CA-MDF Stone Fire: 38,467 acres grass brush, juniper, 56% contained. Fire displayed flanking and backing fire behavior with single tree torching. High winds over the ridge tops are challenging containment efforts. All mandatory Evacuation orders have been lifted. Hwy 299 and Hwy 139 are open subject to delays requiring a pilot car. County roads 84 and 85 are open to resdents. Threat continues to the town of Canby, and Cal Pines. Continued threat to Grouse Mountain Repeater which could impact National Flight following, Air Guard & Tone loss, Happy Camp Lookout and repeater site, Boonville Power Plant, Emergency Services infrastructure, and Burlington Northern Railway and Lake County Rail lines. Class 1 Air Shed over the South Warner wilderness has been impacted by smoke

08/25/2018 0730

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 24,098 acres grass, brush, timber, 23% contained. Fire was active in High Mountain and Tract 40/Chiquito Creek area. Structures are threatened in the Pine Flat area. Re-population of the Gilman road area occured today. Fire spread continues north in steep rugged terrain with little road access. Firing operations have nearly contained the western edge of the fire. The fire is active in the High Mt. area and has spotted into Chiquito Creek to the North. Tactical firing operations continue to the north along McCloud river drainages. Threat to high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites.

08/25/2018 0730

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 23,773 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Crews making good progress on securing the western edge of the fire. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. The fire has burned approximately 19,167 acres on the Klamath National Forest. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.

08/25/2018 0730

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 426,177 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 76% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Evacuations remain in place for portions of Mendocino, Lake, Colusa and Glenn counties. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer Homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain project, communication and power line infrastructure, many historical/cultural value sites, and a USFS fire station and infrastructure.

08/25/2018 0730 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 94% contained. Mop-up and suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.
08/24/2018 1900 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 2,921 acres brush, timber, 43% contained. Generally low to moderate spread rates observed today. Structures remain threatened in the Norton Creek and Mill Creek areas. The start of the school year has been delayed due to the closure of Hwy 96, which is only open 3 times daily at 0700,12 noon and 1800. Phone and power line infrastructure continues to be threatened along Hwy 96. Threats continue to Hoopa tribal ceremonial grounds/cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, local watersheds and residential power and phone lines. Air quality in the Hoopa Valley continues to be poor.
08/24/2018 1900 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 38,188 acres grass brush, juniper, 30% contained. Fire displayed active fire behavior with high winds over the ridge tops, challenging containment efforts on the northern flank. Mandatory Evacuation orders remain in place for the Crank Springs area. Hwy 299 and Hwy 89 are open subject to delays requiring a pilot car. Threat continues to the town of Canby, and Cal Pines. Continued threat to Grouse Mountain Repeater which could impact National Flight following, Air Guard & Tone loss, Happy Camp Lookout and repeater site, Boonville Power Plant, Emergency Services infrastructure, and Burlington Northern Railway and Lake County Rail lines. Class 1 Air Shed over the South Warner wilderness has been impacted by smoke.
08/24/2018 1900 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 23,122 acres grass, brush, timber, 21% contained. Fire was active in High Mountain and Tract 40/Chiquito Creek area. Structures are threatened in the Pine Flat area. Re-population of the Gilman road area occured today. Fire spread continues north in steep rugged terrain with little road access. Firing operations have nearly contained the western edge of the fire. The fire is active in the High Mt. area and has spotted into Chiquito Creek to the North. Tactical firing operations continue to the north along McCloud river drainages. Threat to high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites.
08/24/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 23,773 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Crews making good progress on securing the western edge of the fire. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. The fire has burned approximately 19,167 acres on the Klamath National Forest. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/24/2018 1900 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 424,419 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 76% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Evacuations remain in place for portions of Mendocino, Lake, Colusa and Glenn counties. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer Homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain project, communication and power line infrastructure, many historical/cultural value sites, and a USFS fire station and infrastructure.
08/24/2018 1900 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 94% contained. Mop-up and suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.
08/24/2018 0745 National Weather Service - Reno and Sacramento have issued a Fire Weather Watch for Locally gusty Southwest winds in combination with low humidity and very dry fuels in fire weather zones: 221, 268, 269, 270, 271, 272, 273, and 278. Link
08/24/2018 0720 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 2,921 acres brush, timber, 43% contained. Fire movement on the NE flank will continue to spot across Mill Creek Road. 269 structures are threatened in the Norton Creek and Mill Creek areas. The start of the school year has been delayed due to the closure of Hwy 96. Hwy 96 is closed in the Mill Creek area to near Weitchpec. Phone and powerline infrastructure continues to be threatened along Hwy 96. Threats continue to Hoopa tribal ceremonial grounds/cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, local watersheds and residential power and phone lines. Air quality in the Hoopa Valley continues to be poor.
08/24/2018 0720 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 38,188 acres grass brush, juniper, 25% contained. Fire remains under an inversion until approximately 1200 today. Mandatory Evacuation orders remain in the Crank Springs area. County Roads 84 and 85 are open. Hwy 299 and Hwy 89 are open subject to pilot car. Threat continues to the town of Canby, Grouse Mountain Repeater which could impact National Flight following, Air Guard & Tone loss, Happy Camp Lookout and repeater site, Boonville Power Plant, Emergency Services infrastructure, and Burlington Northern Railway and Lake County Rail lines. Class 1 Air Shead over the South Warner wilderness has been impacted by smoke.
08/24/2018 0720 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 22,622 acres grass, brush, timber, 19% contained. Fire remained active with flanking and torching spreading north in steep rugged terrain with little road access. Evacuations remain along Hirz Mtn Lookout Road, Old Mill Rd., and Bollibokka Fishing Club. The fire is active in the High Mtn. area and has spotted into Chiquito Creek to the North. Tactical firing operations continue to the north along McCloud river drainages. Threat to high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites.
08/24/2018 0720 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 23,417 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Crews making good progress on securing the western edge of the fire. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary.The fire has burned approximately 16,925 acres on the Klamath National Forest. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/24/2018 0720 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 422,396 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 74% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Evacuations remain in place for portions of Mendocino, Lake, Colusa and Glenn counties. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer Homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain project, communication and powerline infrastructure, many historical/cultural value sites, and a USFS fire station and infrastructure.
08/24/2018 0720 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 94% contained. Suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.
08/24/2018 0720 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 23,417 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Crews making good progress on securing the western edge of the fire. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/23/2018 1850 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 34,029 acres grass brush, juniper, 25% contained. Fire remained under an inversion until approximately 1200 today. Red Flag Warning thursday from 2 PM to 8 PM for strong gusty winds and low RH over fire area. Power has been restored along County Rd 85. Mandatory Evacuation orders remain along County Road 84 and 85 from Hwy 299 to the fires edge and for residents in the Crank Springs area. County Road 84 and 85 remain closed. Hwy 299 open subject to pilot car. Threat continues to the town of Canby, Grouse Mountain Repeater which could impact National Flight following, Air Guard & Tone loss, Happy Camp Lookout and repeater site, Boonville Power Plant, Emergency Services infrastructure, and Burlington Northern Railway and Lake County Rail lines. Class 1 Air Shead over the South Warner wilderness has been impacted by smoke.
08/23/2018 1850 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 22,074 acres grass, brush, timber, 17% contained. Fire remained active with flanking and torching spreading north in steep rugged terrain with little road access. Evacuations remain along Hirz Mtn Lookout Road, Old Mill Rd., and Bollibokka Fishing Club. The fire is active in the High Mtn. area and has spotted into Chiquito Creek to the North. Tactical firing operations continue to the north along McCloud river drainages. Threat to high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites.
08/23/2018 1850 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 2,528 acres brush, timber, 42% contained. Fire movement on the NE flank will continue to spot across Mill Creek Road. 269 structures are threatened in the Norton Creek and Mill Creek areas. The start of the school year has been delayed due to the closure of Hwy 96. Hwy 96 is closed in the Mill Creek area to near Weitchpec. Phone and powerline infrastructure continues to be threatened along Hwy 96. Threats continue to Hoopa tribal ceremonial grounds/cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, local watersheds and residential power and phone lines.
08/23/2018 1850 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 415,685 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 74% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Mandatory evacuations and evacuation warnings continue across portions of Mendocino, Lake, Colusa and Glenn counties. Cow Mountain Recreation Area remains closed. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer Homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain project, communication and powerline infrastructure, many historical/cultural value sites, and a USFS fire station and infrastructure.
08/23/2018 1850 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 23,417 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Crews making good progress on securing the western edge of the fire. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/23/2018 1850 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 93% contained. Powerline infrastructure continues to be compromised. Suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.
08/23/2018 0755 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 23,228 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/23/2018 0755 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 20,504 acres grass, brush, timber, 17% contained. Fire continues to spread north in steep rugged terrain with little road access. Evacuations remain along Hirz Mtn Lookout Road, Old Mill Rd., and Bollibokka Fishing Club. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek, along Gilman Rd. and High Mtn Rd. The National Recreation Area, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites continue to be threatened.
08/23/2018 0755 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 33,941 acres grass brush, juniper, 16% contained. Red Flag Warning today from 2 PM to 8 PM for strong gusty winds and low RH over fire area. Power has been restored along County Rd 85. Mandatory Evacuation orders remain along County Road 84 and 85 from Hwy 299 to the fires edge and for residents in the Crank Springs area. County Road 84 and 85 remain closed. Hwy 299 open subject to pilot car. Threat continues to the town of Canby, Grouse Mountain Repeater which could impact National Flight following, Air Guard & Tone loss, Happy Camp Lookout and repeater site, Boonville Power Plant, Emergency Services infrastructure, and Burlington Northern Railway and Lake County Rail lines. Class 1 Air Shead over the South Warner wilderness has been impacted by smoke.
08/23/2018 0755 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 2,528 acres brush, timber, 36% contained. Fire has crossed Mill Creek Road. The start of the school year has been delayed due to the closure of Hwy 96. Hwy 96 is closed in the Mill Creek area to near Weitchpec. Phone and powerline infrastructure continues to be threatened along Hwy 96. Threats continue to structures in the Mill Creek, Norton and Bald Hills Area, Hoopa tribal ceremonial grounds/cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, local watersheds and residential power and phone lines.
08/23/2018 0755 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 93% contained. Powerline infrastructure continues to be compromised. Suppression repair is ongoing, BAER team is assigned. Type 3 organization is assigned.
08/23/2018 0755 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 415,006 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 74% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Mandatory evacuations and evacuation warnings continue across portions of Mendocino, Lake, Colusa and Glenn counties. Cow Mountain Recreation Area remains closed. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer Homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain project, communication and powerline infrastructure, many historical/cultural value sites, and a USFS fire station and infrastructure.
08/22/2018 1915 National Weather Service- Medford has upgraded the FFW to a Red Flag Warning in effect from 2 PM to 8 PM Thursday for gusty wind with low RH. Link
08/22/2018 1915

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 410,482 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 74% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. Active fire behavior was observed with flanking, backing and group torching. The Ranch Fire continues to burn towards the NNE. Fire activity is expected to decrease in the next few days due to increased RH and lower temperatures. Mandatory evacuations and evacuation warnings continue across portions of Mendocino, Lake, Colusa and Glenn counties. CA-IMT1 von Tillow replaced IMT1 McGowan today. Cow Mountain Recreation Area remains closed. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer Homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain project, communication and powerline infrastructure and many historical/cultural value sites.

08/22/2018 1915

CA-MDF Stone Fire: 30,570 acres grass brush, juniper, 15% contained. Very active fire behavior was observed with group and single tree torching and spotting. FFW has been upgraded to a Red Flag Warning Thursday from 2 PM to 8 PM for strong gusty winds and low RH over fire area Power has been restored along County Rd 85.  Mandatory Evacuation orders remain along County Road 84 and 85 from Hwy 299 to the fires edge and for residents in the Crank Springs area. County Road 84 and 85 remain closed. Hwy 299 opened with controlled traffic. There is a continuing threat to the town of Canby. Grouse Mountain Repeater remains threatened which if damages would affect critical emergency services communications networks. Railway and power infrastructure remains threatened as well.

08/22/2018 1915

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 19,100 acres grass, brush, timber, 17% contained. Active fire behavior was observed with backing, flanking and isolated torching. The remains active in High Mt. and Upper Tuna Creek. Fire remains south of Middle Salt Creek. Firing operations are continuing. Evacuations remain along Hirz Mtn Lookout Road, Old Mill Rd., and Bollibokka Fishing Club. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek, along Gilman Rd. and High Mtn Rd. The National Recreation Area, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites continue to be threatened along with 100 structures along Lower Salt Creek and Gilman Rd.

08/22/2018 1915

CA-HIA Mill Creek1 Fire: 2,249 acres brush, timber, 36% contained. Moderate fire behavior was observed with uphill runs, isolated torching and short-range spotting. The start of the school year for Hoopa Valley schools has been delayed due to the closure of Hwy 96. Closure will be reevaluated weekly. Hwy 96 is closed in the Mill Creek area, traffic is being redirected through Dowd Rd. Hwy 96 is also closed near Weitchpec due to falling rock and other debris. Phone and powerline infrastructure continues to be threatened. Threats continue to structures in the Mill Creek, Norton and Bald Hills Area, Hoopa tribal ceremonial grounds/cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, local watersheds and residential power and phone lines.

08/22/2018 1915

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 23,228 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. A fire closure area for the Natchez Fire has been implemented on the Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Powerlines in the fire area remain de-energized and threatened. Unhealthy air conditions will continue to impact the communities of Happy Camp, Sunstar and Indian Creek. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.

08/22/2018 1915

CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 93% contained. Mop and patrol status continues in all portions of the fire. Internal islands of fuel continue to consume. Transition to Type 3 team occurred today. Areas which continue to be impacted, powerline infrastructure, various local watersheds, private and federal timber lands. National Guard continues to assist in suppression repair activities. Whiskeytown Park remains closed for the summer.

08/22/2018 0745 National Weather Service-Medford has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Thursday morning through Thursday evening for strong gusty winds with low RH for Fire Weather Zone 285 (Modoc County). Link
08/22/2018 0730 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 18,280 acres grass, brush, timber, 17% contained. The remains active east of High Mt. and Nawtawaket Mt. and continues to back into the McCloud drainage. Burnout operations are progressing well in the western divisions. Evacuations remain along Hirz Mtn Lookout Road, Old Mill Rd., and Bollibokka Fishing Club. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek, along Gilman Rd. and High Mtn Rd. The National Recreation Area, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites continue to be threatened along with 100 structures along Lower Salt Creek and Gilman Rd.
08/22/2018 0730 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 30,570 acres grass brush, juniper, 15% contained. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for Thursday afternoon through Thursday evening for strong gusty winds and low RH. Mandatory Evacuation orders remain along County Road 84 and 85 from Hwy 299 to the fires edge and for residents in the Crank Springs area. County Road 84 and 85 remain closed. Hwy 299 opened wtih controlled traffic. There is a continuing threat to the town of Canby. Grouse Mountain Repeater remains threatened which if damages would affect critical emergency services communications networks. Railway and power infrastructure remains threatened as well.
08/22/2018 0730 CA-HIA Mill Creek1 Fire: 2,247 acres brush, timber, 26% contained. Hwy 96 is closed in the Mill Creek area traffic is being directed through Dowd Rd. Hwy 96 is also closed near Weitchpec due to debris in the road. Evacuation advisory continues for Mill Creek and Norton Creek area. Threats continue to 150 structures in the Mill Creek and Bald Hills Area, Hoopa tribal ceremonial grounds/cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, local watersheds and residential power and phone lines.
08/22/2018 0730 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 410,482 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 74% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. The Ranch Fire continues to burn towards the NNE. Fire activity is expected to decrease in the next few days due to increased RH and lower temperatures. Mandatory evacuations and evacuation warnings continue across portions of Mendocino, Lake, Colusa and Glenn counties. CA-IMT1 von Tillow will replace IMT1 McGowan today. Cow Mountain Recreation Area remains closed. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer Homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain project, communication and powerline infrastructure and many historical/cultural value sites.
08/22/2018 0730 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 93% contained.  Mop and patrol status continues in all portions of the fire.  Damage assessment inspections are complete. Transition to Type 3 team will occur today.  Areas which continue to be impacted, powerline infrastructure, various local watersheds, private and federal timber lands. National Guard continues to assist in suppression repair activities. Whiskeytown Park remains closed for the summer.
08/22/2018 0730 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 21,342 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. A fire closure area for the Natchez Fire has been implemented on the Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Powerlines in the fire area remain de-energized and threatened. Unhealthy air conditions will continue to impact the communities of Happy Camp, Sunstar and Indian Creek. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/21/2018 1920

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 18,280 acres grass, brush, timber, 17% contained. The remains active east of High Mt. and Nawtawaket Mt. and continues to back into the McCloud drainage. Burnout operations are progressing well in the western divisions. Evacuations remain along Hirz Mtn Lookout Road, Old Mill Rd., and Bollibokka Fishing Club. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek, along Gilman Rd. and High Mtn Rd. The National Recreation Area, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites continue to be threatened along with 100 structures along Lower Salt Creek and Gilman Rd.

08/21/2018 1920

CA-HIA Mill Creek1 Fire: 2,162 acres brush, timber, 26% contained. Fire reached Hwy 96 south of Norton Creek. Hwy 96 is closed in the Mill Creek area traffic is being directed through Dowd Rd. Evacuation advisory continues for Mill Creek and Norton Creek area. Threats continue to 150 structures in the Mill Creek and Bald Hills Area, Hoopa tribal ceremonial grounds/cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, local watersheds and residential power and phone lines.

08/21/2018 1920

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 406,532 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 74% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. The Ranch Fire continues to burn towards the NNE. Fire activity is expected to decrease in the next few days due to increased RH and lower temperatures. Mandatory evacuations and evacuation warnings continue across portions of Mendocino, Lake, Colusa and Glenn counties. As of 8/22 at 0700 IMT1
von Tillow will replace IMT1 McGowan. Cow Mountain Recreation Area remains closed. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer Homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain project, communication and powerline infrastructure and many historical/cultural value sites.

08/21/2018 1920

CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 91% contained. Minimal smoldering fire behavior observed. Timber fuels continue to challenge mop-up due to heavy loading.  Mop and patrol status continues in all portions of the fire.  Damage assessment inspections are complete. Transition to Type 3 team will occur tomorrow.  Areas which continue to be impacted, powerline infrastructure, various local watersheds, private and federal timber lands. National Guard continues to assist in suppression repair activities. Whiskeytown Park remains closed for the summer.

08/21/2018 1920

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 21,342 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. A fire closure area for the Natchez Fire has been implemented on the Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Powerlines in the fire area remain de-energized and threatened. Unhealthy air conditions will continue to impact the communities of Happy Camp, Sunstar and Indian Creek. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.

08/21/2018 1920

CA-SHU Gorge Fire: 155 acres grass, brush, 100% contained.

08/21/2018 1920

CA-MDF Stone Fire: 24,853 acres grass brush, juniper, 12% contained. Fire behavior remained active through the afternoon with torching and spotting. A Red Flag Warning remains over the fire area until 11pm for abundant lightning on dry fuels. Mandatory Evacuation orders remain along County Road 84 and 85 from Hwy 299 to the fires edge and residents in the Crank Springs area. County Road 84 and 85 remain closed. There is a continuing threat to the town of Canby. Grouse Mountain Repeater remains threatened which if damages would affect critical emergency services communications networks. Railway and power infrastructure remains threatened as well.

08/21/2018 0800 National Weather Service- Medford has upgraded the Fire Weather Watch to a Red Flag Warning in effect from 5 AM to 11 PM today for abundant lightning on dry fuels for Modoc County (FWZ 285). Link
08/21/2018 0745 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 24,853 acres grass brush, juniper, 12% contained. Repopulation has occurred for County Road 214 & 215. Mandatory evacuations remain in place along County Road 84 and 85 from Hwy 299 to the fires edge. Class 1 Airshed over the South Warner Wilderness has been impacted by smoke. Road closures include County Rd 84 and 85. Hwy 299 is opened through fire area to controlled traffic. Continued closure threat to CA Highways 139 and 299. The communities of Canby and California Pines continue to be threatened. The damaged fiber optic cables have been temporarily repaired. Numerous Native American cultural sites/heritage trail are threatened along with the Booneville Power Plant and associated infrastructure, Burlington Northern Railway and Lake County Rail lines and Sierra Pacific commercial timber holdings. Grouse Mountain Repeater site is threatened, which could impact National Flight Following, Air Guard & Tone loss. NWS Medford has upgraded the FWW to a Red Flag Warning for Tues morning through Tues evening for abundant lightning on dry fuels.
08/21/2018 0745 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 17,467 acres grass, brush, timber, 17% contained. Fire continues to spread north in steep rugged terrain with little road access challenging containment efforts. Crews will continue to implement strategic firing operations and secure previously fired lines. Evacuations remain along Hirz Mtn Lookout Road, Old Mill Rd., and Bollibokka Fishing Club. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek, along Gilman Rd. and High Mtn Rd. The National Recreation Area, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites continue to be threatened along with 100 structures along Lower Salt Creek and Gilman Rd.
08/21/2018 0745 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 1,500 acres brush, timber, 22% contained. North Mill Creek 1 and South Mill Creek 1 fires have merged. Fire reached Hwy 96 south of Norton Creek. Smoke will continue to impact air quality in the Hoopa Valley/Orleans areas. Hwy 96 is closed west of Weitchpec to Hoopa due to falling rock and other debris, traffic is being directed through Dowd Rd. Evacuation advisory continues for Mill Creek and Norton Creek area. Threats continue to 150 structures in the Mill Creek and Bald Hills Area, Hoopa tribal ceremonial grounds/cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, local watersheds and residential power and phone lines. Hot and dry conditions are forecasted over the fire area.
08/21/2018 0745 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 404,532 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 74% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. The overall complex containment percentage is based on the combined incident completed line divided by the combined perimeter. The Ranch Fire continues to burn towards the NNE.  Mandatory evacuations continue for portions of Mendocino, Lake, Colusa and Glenn counties. The BLM closure of the Cow Mountain Recreation Area remains in effect. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer Homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain project, communication and powerline infrastructure and many historical/cultural value sites.
08/21/2018 0745 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed with creeping and backing. There are some areas of heavy timber fuels that still challenge firefighting efforts. Heavy smoke over area has continued to significantly reduced fire activity. Mop and patrol status continues in portions of the fire, primarily in the southern portion and within the Redding city limits. Areas which continue to be impacted or threatened include Chappie Off Hwy Vehicle Park, heritage sites of the Wintu Native American tribe, historic mining sites, powerline infrastructure, various local watersheds, T&E species and both private and federal timber lands. National Guard continues to assist in suppression repair activities. Whiskeytown Park will remain closed for the summer.
08/21/2018 0745 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 20,275 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. A fire closure area for the Natchez Fire has been implemented on the Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Powerlines in the fire area remain de-energized and threatened. Unhealthy air conditions will continue to impact the communities of Happy Camp, Sunstar and Indian Creek. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/21/2018 0745 CA-SHU Gorge Fire: 155 acres grass, brush, 90% contained
08/20/2018 1930

CA-MDF Stone Fire: 22,610 acres grass brush, juniper, 10% contained. Observed fire behavior was active with backing, group torching and short-range spotting. Mandatory evacuations remain in place along County Road 84 and 85 from Hwy 299 to the fires edge. Class 1 Airshed over the South Warner Wilderness has been impacted by smoke. Road closures include County Rd 84 and 85. Hwy 299 is opened through fire area to controlled traffic. There is a closure threat to CA Highways 139 and 299 which are major transportation routes in the area. The communities of Canby and California Pines continue to be threatened. Fiber optic and telephone cables damaged causing potential to impact the 911 service. Numerous Native American cultural sites/heritage trail are threatened along with the Booneville Power Plant and associated infrastructure, Burlington Northern Railway and Lake County Rail lines and Sierra Pacific commercial timber holdings. Grouse Mountain Repeater site is threatened, which could impact National Flight Following, Air Guard & Tone loss. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued by NWS Medford for Tues morning through Tues evening for abundant lightning on dry fuels.

08/20/2018 1930

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 15,210 acres grass, brush, timber, 11% contained. Fire continued to actively back from previous shifts firing operations. Fire continues to spread north in steep rugged terrain with little road access challenging containment efforts. Crews will continue to implement strategic firing operations and secure previously fired lines. Evacuations remain along Hirz Mtn Lookout Road, Old Mill Rd., and Bollibokka Fishing Club. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek, along Gilman Rd. and High Mtn Rd. The National Recreation Area, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites continue to be threatened along with 100 structures along Lower Salt Creek and Gilman Rd.

08/20/2018 1930

CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 1,500 acres brush, timber, 26% contained. North Mill Creek 1 and South Mill Creek 1 fires have merged. Growth was mostly backing, flanking and isolated, line reinforcing burnouts. Little overall growth. Smoke continues to impact air quality in the Hoopa Valley/Orleans areas. Hwy 96 is closed west of Weitchpec to Hoopa due to falling rock and other debris, traffic is being directed through Dowd Rd. Evacuation advisory continues for Mill Creek and Norton Creek area. Threats continue to 150 structures in the Mill Creek and Bald Hills Area, Hoopa tribal ceremonial grounds/cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, local watersheds and residential power and phone lines. Hot and dry conditions are forecasted over the fire area.

08/20/2018 1930

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 400,477 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 79% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. The overall complex containment percentage is based on the combined incident completed line divided by the combined perimeter. The Ranch Fire continues to burn towards the NNE.  Mandatory evacuations continue for portions of Mendocino, Lake, Colusa and Glenn counties. The BLM closure of the Cow Mountain Recreation Area remains in effect. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer Homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain project, communication and powerline infrastructure and many historical/cultural value sites. CA-IMT1 von Tillow assigned to fire, in-briefed today at 1500.

08/20/2018 1930

CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 88% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed with creeping and backing. There are some areas of heavy timber fuels that still challenge firefighting efforts. Heavy smoke over area has continued to significantly reduced fire activity. Mop and patrol status continues in portions of the fire, primarily in the southern portion and within the Redding city limits. Areas which continue to be impacted or threatened include Chappie Off Hwy Vehicle Park, heritage sites of the Wintu Native American tribe, historic mining sites, powerline infrastructure, various local watersheds, T&E species and both private and federal timber lands. National Guard continues to assist in suppression repair activities. Whiskeytown Park will remain closed for the summer.

08/20/2018 1930

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 20,275 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. A fire closure area for the Natchez Fire has been implemented on the Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Powerlines in the fire area remain de-energized and threatened. Unhealthy air conditions will continue to impact the communities of Happy Camp, Sunstar and Indian Creek. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.

08/20/2018 1930 CA-SHU Gorge Fire: 155 acres grass, brush, 85% contained
08/20/2018 1435 National Weather Service -Medford has issued a Fire Weather Watch from Tuesday morning through Tuesday evening for abundant lightning on dry fuels for Modoc County (excluding Surprise Valley). Link
08/20/2018 0730

CA-MDF Stone Fire: 22,610 acres grass brush, juniper, 0% contained. Observed fire behavior was active with short crown runs, long-range spotting and group torching.  Mandatory evacuations remain in place along County Road 84 and 85 from Hwy 299 to the fires edge. The communities of Canby and California Pines continue to be threatened. Campgrounds and roads will continue to remain closed including County Road 84. There is a closure threat to CA Highways 139 and 299 which are major transportation routes in the area. Numerous Native American cultural sites/heritage trail are threatened along with the Booneville Power Plant and associated infrastructure, Burlington Northern Railway and Lake County Rail lines and Sierra Pacific commercial timber holdings. Grouse Mountain Repeater site is threatened, which could impact National Flight Following, Air Guard & Tone loss.

08/20/2018 0730

CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 14,709 acres grass, brush, timber, 11% contained. Observed overnight fire behavior was moderate with, backing, flanking and isolated torching. Fire continues to spread north in steep rugged terrain with little road access challenging containment efforts. Evacuations remain along Hirz Mtn Lookout Road, Old Mill Rd., and Bollibokka Fishing Club. The National Recreation Area, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites continue to be threatened along with 100 structures along Lower Salt Creek and Gilman Rd.

08/20/2018 0730

CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 1,500 acres brush, timber, 5% contained. North Mill Creek 1 and South Mill Creek 1 fires have merged. An evacuation advisory has been issued for Mill Creek and Norton Creek area. Hwy 96 is closed in the Mill Creek area, traffic is being directed through Dowd Rd. Increased risk to infrastructure due to fire crossing Norton Creek Rd towards Hwy 96. Threats continue to 150 structures in the Mill Creek and Bald Hills Area, Hoopa tribal ceremonial grounds/cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, local watersheds and residential power and phone lines. Hot and dry conditions are forecasted over the fire area.

08/20/2018 0730

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 398,862 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 79% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. The overall complex containment percentage is based on the combined incident completed line divided by the combined perimeter. The Ranch Fire continues to burn towards the NNE. Fire activity is expected to increase in the afternoon hours after the smoke clears the area. Mandatory evacuations continue for portions of Mendocino, Lake, Colusa and Glenn counties. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, the Summer Homes area, critical wildlife habitat and wilderness areas, including the Pine Mountain project, communication and powerline infrastructure and many historical/cultural value sites.

08/20/2018 0730

CA-WNP Carr Fire: 229,651 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 88% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed with creeping, backing and torching. The threat continues to powerline infrastructure, timberlands both private and federal, T&E species, heritage sites of the Wintu Native American tribe, historic mining sites and varies watersheds in the burned area. BAER team specialists will assess fire conditions in the coming weeks. National Guard continues to assist in suppression repair activities. Whiskeytown Park will remain closed for the summer.

08/20/2018 0730

OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 20,085 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. A fire closure area for the Natchez Fire has been implemented on the Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Powerlines in the fire area remain de-energized and threatened. Unhealthy smoke conditions have existed the last 72 hours and are predicted to continue for the next 24 hour period. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.

08/20/2018 0730

CA-SHU Gorge Fire: 155 acres grass, brush, 65% contained. Hwy 36 has reopened to traffic.

08/19/2018 1930 CA-SHU Gorge Fire: 155 acres grass, brush, 40% contained. The structure threat has been mitigated, however 2 residential structures and 3 outbuildings were destroyed, both unoccupied. Hwy 36 has opened to traffic.
08/19/2018 1930

CA-MDF Stone Fire: 16,746 acres grass brush, juniper, 0% contained. Observed fire behavior was extreme with wind driven and short crown runs.  Erratic winds with single digit RH is hampering suppression efforts. The Red Flag Warning has been extended until 0200 Monday morning. Mandatory evacuations remain in place along County Road 84 and 85 from Hwy 299 to the fires edge. The communities of Canby and California Pines are threatened. Campgrounds and roads will continue to remain closed including County Road 84. There is a closure threat to CA Highways 139 and 299 which are major transportation routes in the area. Numerous Native American cultural sites/heritage trail are threatened along with the Booneville Power Plant and associated infrastructure, Burlington Northern Railway and Lake County Rail lines and Sierra Pacific commercial timber holdings.

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CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 14,214 acres grass, brush, timber, 11% contained. Active fire behavior observed flanking, backing and isolated torching. Fire is burning towards a 1999 fire scar. Steep slopes and limited access challenge containment efforts. Evacuations remain along Hirz Mtn Lookout Road, Old Mill Rd., and Bollibokka Fishing Club. The National Recreation Area, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites continue to be threatened along with 100 structures along Lower Salt Creek and Gilman Rd.

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CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 1,300 acres brush, timber, 5% contained. North Mill Creek 1 and South Mill Creek 1 fires have merged. The fire has jumped Norton Creek and continues to burn towards Hwy 96. Threat to 150 structures continue in the Mill Creek and Bald Hills Area. Hwy 96 is now closed in the Mill Creek area along with Mill Creek Road. Threats continue to Hoopa Tribal ceremonial grounds/cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, local watersheds and residential power and phone lines. Hot and dry conditions are forecasted over the fire area

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CA-WNP Carr Fire: 227,098 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed with creeping, backing and torching. The threat continues to powerline infrastructure, timberlands both private and federal, T&E species, heritage sites of the Wintu Native American tribe, historic mining sites and varies watersheds in the burned area. BAER team specialists will assess fire conditions in the coming weeks. National Guard continues to assist in suppression repair activities. Whiskeytown Park will remain closed for the summer.

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CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 389,967 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 76% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. The overall complex containment percentage is based on the combined incident completed line divided by the combined perimeter. The Ranch Fire continues to burn towards the NNE. Fire activity is expected to increase in the afternoon hours after the smoke clears the area. Mandatory evacuations continue for portions of Mendocino, Lake, Colusa and Glenn counties. Threats continue to Lake Pillsbury Basin, Pine Mountain Lookout, critical wildlife habitat including the Pine Mountain project, communication and powerline infrastructure and many historical recreation sites.

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OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 20,085 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Fire behavior showed moderate surface fire with backing, flanking and occasional single tree and group tree torching in areas of heavy fuels and receptive brush. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorporated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. A fire closure area for the Natchez Fire has been implemented on the Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Powerlines in the fire area remain de-energized and threatened. Unhealthy smoke conditions have existed the last 72 hours and are predicted to continue for the next 24 hour period. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.

08/19/2018 1400 CA-SHU Gorge Fire: 75 acres grass, brush, 20% contained. Forward spread has been stopped. Road closure remains in effect.
08/19/2018 1030 CA-SHU Gorge Fire: 75 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Structures continue to be threatened. Hwy 36 is closed between Platina and R Ranch Road.
08/19/2018 0830 CA-SHU Gorge Fire: 50 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread. Structures and 115kV powerlines are threatened at this time. Fire is located at Hwy 36 west of Beegum Gorge Rd., Platina area.
08/19/2018 0730 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 384,567 acres grass, brush, timber slash, 79% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch Fire, with the River Fire at 100% containment. The overall complex containment percentage is based on the combined incident completed line divided by the combined perimeter. The Ranch Fire continues to burn towards the North / Northeast. Evacuations continue for portions of communities of Mendocino, Lake,Colusa and Glenn Counties. Operational priorities are to secure the NW and NE corners of the Ranch fire. Threat to Lake Pillsbury Basin, FAA communication link control tower and powerline infrastructure.
08/19/2018 0730 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 227,098 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 83% contained. Moderate fire behavior was observed overnight, however reduced diurnal winds helped decrease fire activity. There is a continued threat to powerline infrastructure, timberlands both private and federal. Suppression repair is continuing with a BAER team assigned. National Guard continues to assist in suppression repair activities. Whiskeytown Park is closed for the summer.
08/19/2018 0730 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 16,746 acres grass bursh, juniper, 0% contained. Fire behavior remained active due to poor overnight RH. Mandatory evacuations remain in place along County Road 84 and 85 from Hwy 299 to the fires edge. Campgrounds and roads will continue to remain closed including County Road 84. There is a closure threat to CA Highways 139 and 299 which are major transportation routes in the area. Numerous Native American cultural sites and a heritage trail are threatened along with the Booneville Power Plant and associated infrastructure, Burlington Northern Railway and Lake County Rail lines. Red Flag Warning is in effect from 1600 to 2000 today for gusty winds and low RH.
08/19/2018 0730 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 900 acres brush, timber, 5% contained. North Mill Creek 1 and South Mill Creek 1 fires have mergerd. The fire has jumped Norton Creek and continues to burn towards Hwy 96. Structure threats continue in the Mill Creek and Bald Hills Area. Mill Creek Road remains closed. Threats to Hoopa Tribal Ceremonial Grounds, cultural gathering areas, endangered species habitat, watesheds and residential power and phone lines continue to be a concen. Hot and dry conditions are forecasted over the fire area.
08/19/2018 0730 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 14,014 acres grass, brush, timber, 11% contained. The observed fire behavior was moderate with backing, flanking and isolated torching. The fire continues to spread north in steep rugged terrain with little road access. Evacuations remain along Hirz Mtn Lookout Road, Old Mill Rd., and Bollibokka Fishing Club. The National Recreation Area, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites continue to be threatened.
08/19/2018 0730 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 19,680 acres grass, brush, timber, 65% contained. Crews continue to scout SW of the fire for containment opportunities. Evacuation orders remain for California residents near South Fork Indian Creek and evacucuations warnings continue for Sunstar, Indian Creek and unincorpoated areas between Happy Camp and the National Forest boundary. A fire closure area for the Natchez Fire has been implemented on the Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Powerlines in the fire area remain de-energized and threatened. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/18/2018 1920 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 383,690 acres grass, brush, timber, 79% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch fires. The overall complex containment percentage is based on the combined incident completed line divided by the combined perimeter. The River fire is 100% contained. The Ranch fire continues to burn actively to the North and East, through brush and dense timber stands and is 79% contained. Evacuations continue for the communities of Mendocino, Lake,Colusa and Glenn Counties. Operational priorities are to secure the NW and NE corners of the Ranch fire. Threat to Lake Pillsbury Basin, FAA communication link control tower and powerline infrastructure. 155 structures, 120 minor structures and one multiply residence destroyed. Damage assessment has been completed.
08/18/2018 1920 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 13,059 acres, grass, brush, timber, 11% contained with active fire behavior, including isolated torching and short-range spotting. Firing operations started along ridgelines on the west of the fire and will back toward Long Tom Creek. A strong inversion and widespread smoke covered the fire areas today. The fire continues to progress north into more difficult and less accessible terrain. Evacuations are in place along Hirz Mountain Road, Old Mill Road, and for the Bollibokka Fishing Club. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek, along Gilman Road, and High Mountain Road. Road. The National Recreation Area, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites continue to be threatened.
08/18/2018 1920 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 800 acres grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. The observed fire behavior was active with flanking and torching. All fires have now burned together into 1 main fire. Mill Creek road remains closed. Smoke is impacting the air quality in the Hoopa Valley and Orleans.There is an increased risk to infrastructure due to the fire crossing Norton Creek. Current threated include: 150 structures in the Mill Creek/Bald Hills area along with Highway 96, harvestable Timber Reserves, Hoopa Tribal Ceremonial Ground, cultural gathering areas for acorns and other subsistence species, Spotted Owl, Fisher, Marbled Murlet and Salmon habitat. There is also a threat to residential power and phone lines along Highway 96.
08/18/2018 1920 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 227,085acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 81% contained. Moderate fire behavior was observed today. A fuels and fire behavior advisory remains in effect for areas in and around the incident. There is a continued threat to powerline infrastructure, timberlands both private and federal. Suppression repair is continuing with a BAER team assigned. Damage inspections has been completed within the fire area. National Guard assigned and assisting in suppression activities.
08/18/2018 1920 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 12,656 acres grass, brush, juniper, 0% contained. Fire behavior was active today with group torching and spotting. Mandatory evacuations are in place along County Road 84 and 85 from Highway 299 to the fires edge. Burlington Northern and Lake County railways as well as Boonville Power plant and powerlines are threatened. Campgrounds and roads will continue to remain closed including County Road 84. There is a closure threat to CA Highways 139 and 299 which are major transportation routes in the area. Smoke will continue to impact surrounding communities. There is a continued threat to the outlying residents of Canby along Hwy 139 and Hwy 299. NorCal Type 2 (Darlymple) is managing this incident. Three Type 1 California National Guard helicopters are assisting on this incident.
08/18/2018 1920 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 19,680 acres brush, timber, 65% contained. Fire behavior was moderate today with backing and creeping. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. A fire closure area for the Natchez Fire has been implemented on the Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Fire still has the potential to continue spreading south out of the Siskiyou Wilderness. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 12,364 acres). Powerlines in the fire area remain de-energized and threatened. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/18/2018 1430 National Weather Service – Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 4 PM to 8PM PDT Sunday, for strong gusty winds and low relative humidity. This warning is in effect for fire weather zone 285 in Modoc County, with the exception of the Surprise Valley area. Affected areas in California include the Stone Fire, and the cities of Canby and Alturas. Link
08/18/2018 0745 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 380,690 acres grass, brush, timber, 77% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch fires. The overall complex containment percentage is based on the combined incident completed line divided by the combined perimeter. The River fire is now 100% contained. The Ranch fire continues to burn actively to the North and East, through brush and dense timber stands. The Ranch fire has mandatory evacuations for the communities of Mendocino, Lake and Glenn Counties. There is still 59 miles of uncontrolled fireline threatening multiple communities. Threat to Lake Pillsbury Basin, FAA communication link control tower and powerline infrastructure. 155 structures, 120 minor structures and one multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment continuing.
08/18/2018 0745 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 12,550 acres, grass, brush, timber, 11% contained with active fire behavior observed including uphill runs and short-range spotting. Today a high pressure is expected to build over the fire area with increasing temperatures and lowering humidity. The fire is progressing north into more difficult and less accessible terrain. Evacuations are in place along Hirz Mountain Road, Old Mill Road, and for the Bollibokka Fishing Club. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek, along Gilman Road, and High Mountain Road. Road. The National Recreation Area, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites continue to be threatened.
08/18/2018 0745 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 600 acres (combined), grass, brush, timber, 5% contained with an active fire behavior. Mill Creek 1 is comprised of 2 separate fires, the North Fire is 357 acres 2% contained and the South Fire is 243 acres 3% contained. Mill Creek road is closed. Smoke is impacting the air quality in the Hoopa Valley and Orleans. Fire threatens: 150 structures in the Mill Creek/Bald Hills area along with Highway 96, harvestable Timber Reserves, Hoopa Tribal Ceremonial Ground, cultural gathering areas for acorns and other subsistence species, salmon habitat, and residential power and phone lines along Highway 96.
08/18/2018 0745 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 224,099 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 79% contained. Moderate fire behavior was observed with poor humidity recovery overnight. A fuels and fire behavior advisory has been issued for areas in and around the incident, as potential exists for extreme fire behavior and rapid spread rates. There is a continued threat to powerline infrastructure, timberlands both private and federal. National Guard assigned and assisting in suppression activities.
08/18/2018 0745 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 12,656 acres grass, brush, juniper, 0% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight due to lower temperatures and the formation of a smoke inversion. Mandatory evacuations are in place along County Road 84 and 85 from Highway 299 to the fires edge. The Boonville Power plant and powerlines are threatened. Campgrounds and roads will continue to remain closed including County Road 84. CA Highways 139 and 299 are major transportation routes in the area that will be impacted with smoke as well as surrounding communities. There is a threat to the outlying residents of Canby along Hwy 139 and Hwy 299. NorCal Type 2 (Darlymple) is managing this incident. Three Type 1 California National Guard helicopters are assisting on this incident.
08/18/2018 0745 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 18,618 acres brush, timber, 57% contained. The fire remains active. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. A fire closure area for the Natchez Fire has been implemented on the Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 12,364 acres). Powerlines in the fire area remain de-energized and threatened. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/17/2018 1925 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 18,618 acres brush, timber, 57% contained. Fire behavior is active with short range spotting. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. A fire closure area for the Natchez Fire has been implemented on the Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 12,364 acres). Powerlines in the fire area remain de-energized and threatened. Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/17/2018 1925 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 350 acres (combined), grass, brush, timber, 5% contained with an active fire behavior. Mill Creek 1 is now 2 fires due to the fires burning together. The North Fire is 175 acres and the South Fire is 175 acres. Mill Creek road is closed. Smoke is impacting the air quality in the Hoopa Valley and Orleans. Fire threatens: 150 structures in the Mill Creek/Bald Hills area along with Highway 96, harvestable Timber Reserves, Hoopa Tribal Ceremonial Ground, cultural gathering areas for acorns and other subsistence species, salmon habitat, and residential power and phone lines along Highway 96.
08/17/2018 1925 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 5,445 acres grass, brush, juniper, 0% contained. The fire was active todaywith group torching, short range spotting and crowning observed. Fire continues to spread north and east. Campgrounds and roads will continue to be closed. County Road 84 is closed. CA Highways 139 and 299 to the east will be impacted with smoke. There is a threat to the outlying residents of Canby along Hwy 139 and Hwy 299. Major transportation routes are also threatened. NorCal Type 2 (Darlymple) is managing this incident. Three Type 1 California National Guard helicopters are assisting on this incident.
08/17/2018 1925 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 11,510 acres, grass, brush, timber, 11% contained with aactive fire behavior observed including uphill runs and short range spotting. The fire is progressing north into more difficult and less accessible terrain. Evacuations are in place along Hirz Mountain Road, Old Mill Road, and for the Bollibokka Fishing Club. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek, along Gilman Road, and High Mountain Road. Road. The National Recreation Area, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites continue to be threatened.
08/17/2018 1925 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 223,610 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 77% contained. Continued threat to powerline infrastructure, timberlands both private and federal. National Guard assigned and assisting in suppression activties.
08/17/2018 1925 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 379,720 acres grass, brush, timber, 76% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch fires. The overall complex containment percentage is based on the combined incident completed line divided by the combined perimeter. The River fire had no movement and is 100% contained. 155 structures, 120 minor structures and one multipul residence destroyed. Damage assessment continuing. The Ranch has mandatory evacuations for the communities of Mendocino, Lake and Glenn Counties. Threat to Lake Pillsbury Basin, FAA communication link control tower and powerline infrastructure.
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CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 500 acres (combined), grass, brush, timber, 5% contained with an active rate of spread. Mill Creek 1 is 5 seperate fires: Mill Creek 1 - 5 acres, 100% contained; Mill Creek 2 - 5 acres, 100% contained; Mill Creek 3 - 10 acres, 5% contained; Mill Creek 4 - 10 acres, 5% contained; Mill Creek 5 – 470 acres, 0% contained. Mill Creek road is closed. Smoke is impacting the air quality in the Hoopa Valley and Orleans. Fire threatens: 150 structures in the Mill Creek/Bald Hills area along with Highway 96, harvestable Timber Reserves, Hoopa Tribal Ceremonial Ground, cultural gathering areas for acorns and other subsistence species, salmon habitat, and residential power and phone lines along Highway 96.

08/17/2018 0700 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 3,500 acres grass, brush, juniper, 0% contained. The fire was active overnight with group torching and long range spotting. Fire continues to spread north and east. Campgrounds and roads will continue to be closed. County Road 84 is closed. CA Highways 139 and 299 to the east will be impacted with smoke. There are no immediate threats. NorCal Type 2 team assumes command at 0600hrs today. Three Type 1 California National Guard helicopters are assisting on this incident.
08/17/2018 0700 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 11,038 acres, grass, brush, timber, 7% contained with a moderate rate of spread. Fire along Gilman road has slowed on control lines but continues to flank towards the west where lines are not complete. Approximately 20 civilians are under evacuation orders. Evacuations are in place along Hirz Mountain Road, Old Mill Road, and for the Bollibokka Fishing Club. Structures threatened: approximately 100 structures are threatened along Lower Salt Creek and Gilman Roads, and 30 structures along Gregory Creek Road near the PG&E transmission lines. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek, along Gilman Road, and High Mountain Road. Road. The National Recreation Area, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites continue to be threatened.
08/17/2018 0700 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 218,598 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 75% contained with a moderate rate of spread. Fire has traveled further downslope towards lake where increased recoveries temper overnight activity. 1,079 residences have been destroyed and 190 residences have been damaged; 503 outbuildings are destroyed. All remaining evacuation orders are lifted. Highway 299 is open in both directions. Per closure order CA-360-18-03 and 14-18-12, the public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management and US Forest Service will remain closed to the public until further review of potential hazards can be determined and mitigated. Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. The National Guard is actively engaged with suppression activities.
08/17/2018 0700 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 378,720 acres grass, brush, timber, 76% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch fires. The overall complex containment percentage is based on the combined incident completed line divided by the combined perimeter. The Ranch fire remained active overnight. The River fire had no movement and is 100% contained. Damage assessments have found 155 residences, 120 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Mandatory Evacuations for Lake County: East of the Lake-Mendocino County Line, south of the Lake-Mendocino-Glenn County Line, west of the Lake-Colusa County Line, north of the fire perimeter and the Mendocino National Forest boundary. Evacuations for Mendocion County: South and East of Eel River Road, west of the Mendocino-Lake county line, North of the 16000 block of Mid Mountain Road. Mandatory Evacuations for Colusa County: Areas west of Ladoga-Stonyford Road including Fouts Springs Road (Forest Road M10), Goat Mountain Road, Cooks Spring Road, Walker Ridge Road and Brim Road. Mandatory Evacuations for Glenn County: Mendocino National Forest boundary west to the Lake County line, south to the Colusa County line and north to Forest Road 20N07 also known as County Road 308. Mendocino County Evacuation Warning: North of Pine Ave, South of the 16000 block of Mid Mountain Road, west of the Mendocino National Forest boundary, and east of eastside Potter Valley/Eel River Roads. Colusa County Evacuation Advisory: All areas to the east of Stonyford-Lodoga Road from the Glenn County line to Lodoga, including the Century Ranch and Lakeview Loop subdivisions. Glenn County Evacuation Advisory: North of the Glenn-Colusa County Line, west of County Road 306, south of County Road 308, east of the Mendocino National Forest Boundary. The Bureau of Land Management closure of the Cow Mountain Recreation Area remains in effect. The Ranch fire continues to threaten the Mendocino National Forest resources, communities in portions of Mendocino, Lake and Colusa County, and communications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. A National Guard UAV and a RC-26 platform is assisting with intelligence gathering and is providing extremely valuable perimeter data to the incident.
08/16/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 16,970 acres brush, timber, 57% contained. Fire behavior is active and fire growth continues primarily to the south, closer to populated areas. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. A fire closure area for the Natchez Fire has been implemented on the Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 12,364 acres). Powerlines in the fire area remain de-energized and threatened. 16 Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/16/2018 1900 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 60 acres (combined), grass, brush, timber, 8% contained with a moderate rate of spread. Mill Creek 1 is 5 seperate fires with the largest at 20 acres. Fire threatens: 150 structures in the Mill Creek/Bald Hills area along with Highway 96, harvestable Timber Reserves, Hoopa Tribal Ceremonial Ground, cultural gathering areas for acorns and other subsistence species, salmon habitat, and residential power and phone lines along Highway 96.
08/16/2018 1900 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 2,500 acres grass, brush, juniper, 0% contained with an active rate of spread. Fire continues to spread north and east. Campgrounds and roads will continue to be closed. County Road 84 is closed. CA Highways 139 and 299 to the east will be impacted with smoke. There are no immediate threats. NorCal Type 2 team inbriefed today and will assume command at 0600hrs Friday 08/17. Three Type 1 California National Guard helicopters are assisting on this incident.
08/16/2018 1900 CA-SHU Hat Fire: 1,900 acres, brush and timber, 100% contained.
08/16/2018 1900 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 9,763 acres, grass, brush, timber, 7% contained with an active rate of spread. Approximately 20 civilians are under evacuation orders. Evacuations are in place along Hirz Mountain Road, Old Mill Road, and for the Bollibokka Fishing Club. Structures threatened: approximately 100 structures are threatened along Lower Salt Creek and Gilman Roads, and 30 structures along Gregory Creek Road near the PG&E transmission lines. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek, along Gilman Road, and High Mountain Road. Road. The National Recreation Area, high value private timber lands, T&E species, sensitive and endemic botanical species, cultural/heritage sites, and developed recreation sites continue to be threatened.
08/16/2018 1900 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 215,368 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 72% contained with an active rate of spread. Ventilation over area has picked up fire activity. Suppression repair of firelines has begun. 1,079 residences have been destroyed and 190 residences have been damaged; 503 outbuildings are destroyed. All remaining evacuation orders related to the Carr fire are lifted. Highway 299 is fully open in both directions. Per closure order CA-360-18-03 and 14-18-12, the public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management and US Forest Service will remain closed to the public until further review of potential hazards can be determined and mitigated. Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. The National Guard is actively engaged with suppression activities.
08/16/2018 1900 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 366,037 acres grass, brush, timber, 76% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch fires. The overall complex containment percentage is based on the combined incident completed line divided by the combined perimeter. The Ranch fire remained active today. The River fire had no movement and is 100% contained. Damage assessments have found 145 residences, 118 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Mandatory evacuations Lake County: the communities of Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory Evacuations for Colusa County: The town limits of Stonyford, west to the Colusa-Lake County line and North to Colusa-Glenn County line, Century Ranch sub-division, east and west side of East Park Reservoir, Lodoga from Squaw Creek Inn south and all areas West of Bear Valley Road to Hwy 20 (Western Colusa County from the western town limits of Ladoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs and Stonyford). Mandatory Evacuations for Glenn County: Mandatory Evacuation Order for the Pleasant Valley area of the Mendocino National Forest land located in the southwestern Glenn County. The area included in this order is the Mendocino National Forest boundary west to the Lake County line, south to the Colusa County line and north to Forest Road 20N07 also known as County Road 308. Glenn County Evacuation Advisory: Areas east of the Mendocino National Forest boundary to County Road 306 and north to County Road 308, including the town of Elk Creek. Mendocino County Evacuation Warning: Mendocino County north of Mid Mountain Road, south of the Eel River, west of the 10500 Block of Mid Mountain Road, and east of East Potters Valley/Eel River Roads. The Ranch fire continues to threaten the Mendocino National Forest resources, communities in portions of Mendocino, Lake and Colusa County, and communications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. A National Guard UAV and a RC-26 platform is assisting with intelligence gathering and is providing extremely valuable perimeter data to the incident.
08/16/2018 1115 CA-HIA Mill Creek 1 Fire: 6 separate fires, brush and timber, 0% contained. Each fire is estimated at 4 acres in size with a modrate rate of fire spread observed. There are no immediate treats reported on this incident. Map
08/16/2018 0700 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 9,363 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. Fire was active early in the operational shift and moderated slightly after midnight, but continued to burn due to poor humidity recovery. The majority of the spread was on the north and north west portion of the fire. Approximately 20 civilians are under evacuation orders. Evacuations are in place along Hirz Mountain Road, Old Mill Road, and for the Bollibokka Fishing Club. Additional structures are threatened along Gilman Road and Waterman Road. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek, along Gilman Road, and High Mountain Road. Road. A portion of the fire is within the National Recreation Area (Shasta Lake). The fire threatens: high value private timber lands, PG&E transmission lines, and 110 structures along Lower Salt Creek and Gilman Roads.
08/16/2018 0700 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 1,200 acres grass, brush, juniper, 0% contained. Fire behavior was extreme, with active wind driven runs, group torching, and spotting. Fire continues to spread north and east. Campgrounds and roads will continue to be closed. CA Highways 139 and 299 to the east will be impacted with smoke. There are no immediate threats.
08/16/2018 0700 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 214,527 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 71% contained with an moderate rate of spread. Overnight inversion has tempered fire behavior below 3,500 foot elevation. Suppression repair of firelines will begin today. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. The National Guard is actively engaged with suppression activities. All remaining evacuation orders related to the Carr fire are lifted. Highway 299 is fully open in both directions. Per closure order CA-360-18-03 and 14-18-12, the public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management and US Forest Service will remain closed to the public until further review of potential hazards can be determined and mitigated. Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. The National Guard is actively engaged with suppression activities.
08/16/2018 0700 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 366,037 acres grass, brush, timber, 76% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch fires. The overall complex containment percentage is based on the combined incident completed line divided by the combined perimeter. The Ranch fire remained active last night. Fire behavior is expected to increase as temperatures increase and RH's decrease through the end of the weekend. The River fire had no movement and is 100% contained. Damage assessments have found 145 residences, 118 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. A small portion of the East side of the Potter Valley remains under a mandatory evacuation. Mandatory Evacuations for Lake County: the communities of Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory Evacuations for Colusa County: The town limits of Stonyford, west to the Colusa-Lake County line and North to Colusa-Glenn County line, Century Ranch sub-division, east and west side of East Park Reservoir, Lodoga from Squaw Creek Inn south and all areas West of Bear Valley Road to Hwy 20 (Western Colusa County from the western town limits of Ladoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs and Stonyford). Mandatory Evacuations for Glenn County: Glenn County Evacuation notice has been upgraded to Mandatory Evacuation Order for the Pleasant Valley area of the Mendocino National Forest land located in the southwestern Glenn County. The area included in this order is the Mendocino National Forest boundary west to the Lake County line, south to the Colusa County line and north to Forest Road 20N07 also known as County Road 308. Glenn County Evacuation Advisory: Areas east of the Mendocino National Forest boundary to County Road 306 and north to County Road 308, including the town of Elk Creek. Mendocino County Evacuation Warning: Mendocino County north of Mid Mountain Road, south of the Eel River, west of the 10500 Block of Mid Mountain Road, and east of East Potters Valley/Eel River Roads. The Ranch fire continues to threaten the Mendocino National Forest resources, communities in portions of Mendocino, Lake and Colusa County, and communications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. A National Guard UAV and a RC-26 platform is assisting with intelligence gathering and is providing extremely valuable perimeter data to the incident.
08/15/2018 1915 CA-MDF Stone Fire: 250 acres grass, brush, juniper, 0% contained. Fire continues to spread east. County Road 84 closed to residences only. There are no immediate threats.
08/15/2018 1915 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 15,940 acres brush, timber, 57% contained. Fire behavior is active and fire growth continues primarily to the south, closer to populated areas. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. A fire closure area for the Natchez Fire has been implemented on the Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Road. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 11,334 acres). The fire threatens private timber lands and 69kV powerlines. 16 Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/15/2018 1915 HI-HVP Keauhou Ranch Brush Fire: 3,739 acres, grass, timber, 90% contained. Fire behavior is minimal; creeping and smolderng. This will be the final report unless significant change occurs.
08/15/2018 1915 CA-SHU Hat Fire: 1,900 acres, brush and timber, 95% contained. Fire is creeping and smolderng. All road closures have been lifted.
08/15/2018 1915 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 7,650 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. Fire behavior was active today. The majority of the spread was on the north and north west portion of the fire. Evacuations are in place along Hirz Mountain Road, Old Mill Road, and underway for the Bollibokka Fishing Club. Additional structures are threatened along Gilman Road and Waterman Road. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek, along Gilman Road, and High Mountain Road. Road. Red Flag Warning to 11 PM tonight for dry lighting in adjacent Fire Weather Zones. A portion of the fire is within the National Recreation Area (Shasta Lake). High value private timber lands are within the fire perimeter and additional lands are threatened. A combination of indirect dozer line, road systems and hand line in combination with firing operations are being utilized to achieve a 100% suppression strategy. Air tankers and helicopters are being used to slow the fire progression, allow time for control line construction, and to provide time to implement structure protection along Hirz Lookout Mountain and Gilman Road.
08/15/2018 1915 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 214,527 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 69% contained with an active rate of spread. Spread is primarily fuels and topography driven with high potential for roll out and spot fires. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. National Guard is assisting in the protection of the evacuated areas as well as involved in suppression activities.All remaining evacuation orders related to the Carr fire are lifted. Per closure order CA-360-18-03 and 14-18-12, the public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management and US Forest Service will remain closed to the public until further review of potential hazards can be determined and mitigated. Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. The National Guard is actively engaged with suppression activities. Highway 299 is open to the public during specified times; Noon - 1:30 PM with a pilot car and 6 PM - 7:30 AM with a pilot car - from the Visitor's Center to Sand House.
08/15/2018 1915 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 364,145 acres grass, brush, timber, 67% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch fires. The overall complex containment percentage is based on the combined incident completed line divided by the combined perimeter. The Ranch fire remained active today. The River fire had no movement and is 100% contained. Damage assessments have found 145 residences, 118 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. A small portion of the East side of the Potter Valley remains under a mandatory evacuation. Mandatory evacuations Lake County: the communities of Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory Evacuations for Colusa County: The town limits of Stonyford, west to the Colusa-Lake County line and North to Colusa-Glenn County line, Century Ranch sub-division, east and west side of East Park Reservoir, Lodoga from Squaw Creek Inn south and all areas West of Bear Valley Road to Hwy 20 (Western Colusa County from the western town limits of Ladoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs and Stonyford). Mandatory Evacuations for Glenn County: Glenn County Evacuation notice has been upgraded to Mandatory Evacuation Order for the Pleasant Valley area of the Mendocino National Forest land located in the southwestern Glenn County. The area included in this order is the Mendocino National Forest boundary west to the Lake County line, south to the Colusa County line and north to Forest Road 20N07 also known as County Road 308. Glenn County Evacuation Advisory: Areas east of the Mendocino National Forest boundary to County Road 306 and north to County Road 308, including the town of Elk Creek. Mendocino County Evacuation Warning: Mendocino County north of Mid Mountain Road, south of the Eel River, west of the 10500 Block of Mid Mountain Road, and east of East Potters Valley/Eel River Roads. The Ranch fire continues to threaten the Mendocino National Forest resources, communities in portions of Mendocino, Lake and Colusa County, and communications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. The Ranch fire continues to threaten the Mendocino National Forest resources and communities in portions of Mendocino, Lake and Colusa County, and communications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. A National Guard UAV and a RC-26 platform is assisting with intelligence gathering and is providing extremely valuable perimeter data to the incident.
08/15/2018 0645 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 7,321 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. Fire behavior was moderate today; fire was active until after sunset on south and west aspects. Fire crossed Hanland Peak and will back towards Middle Salt Creek. Mandatory evacuations along Hirz Mountain Lookout road and old Mill are in place. Additional structures have been evacuated along Old Mill Road, north of Gilman Road. Structures along Hirz Mountain Lookout remain evacuated. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek and along Gilman Road. Red Flag Warning from 11 PM Tuesday to 11 PM Wednesday for dry lighting in adjacent Fire Weather Zones. There is a slight chance that dry storms develop over the fire area. Structures threatened are in the Gilman, Waterman, and Hirz Mountain Lookout road system. A portion of the fire is within the National Recreation Area (Shasta Lake). The Bollibokka Fishing club to the north along the McCloud River is threatened. High value private timber lands are within the fire perimeter and additional lands are threatened. A combination of indirect dozer line, road systems and hand line in combination with firing operations are being utilized to achieve a 100% suppression strategy. Air tankers and helicopters are being used to slow the fire progression, allow time for control line construction, and to provide time to implement structure protection along Hirz Lookout Mountain and Gilman Road.
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CA-WNP Carr Fire: 211,038 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 67% contained with an active rate of spread. Spread is primarily fuels and topography driven with high potential for roll out and spot fires. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. National Guard is assisting in the protection of the evacuated areas as well as involved in suppression activities. Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. The National Guard is actively engaged with suppression activities. Highway 299 is open to the public during specified times; Noon - 1:30 PM with a pilot car and 6 PM - 7:30 AM with a pilot car - from the Visitor's Center to Sand House.

08/15/2018 0645 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 363,845 acres grass, brush, timber, 64% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch fires. The overall complex containment percentage is based on the combined incident completed line divided by the combined perimeter. The Ranch fire remained active overnight. The River fire had no movement and is 100% contained. Damage assessments have found 145 residences, 118 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. A small portion of the East side of the Potter Valley remains under a mandatory evacuation. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County: the communities of Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations for Colusa County: Western Colusa County from the western town limits of Ladoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs and Stonyford. Ladoga Stonyford Rd from the Glenn County Line south to Leesville Ladoga Rd. remains closed. Mandatory Evacuation Order has been issued for the Pleasant Valley area of the Mendocino National Forest land located in the southwestern Glenn County. This Order applies to only Mendocino National Forest land. Areas east of the Mendocino National Forest boundary to County Road 306 and north to County Road 308, including the town of Elk Creek, remain in Advisory Evacuation Notice. The Ranch fire continues to threaten the Mendocino National Forest resources, communities in portions of Mendocino, Lake and Colusa County, and ommunications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. The Ranch fire continues to threaten the Mendocino National Forest resources and communities in portions of Mendocino, Lake and Colusa County, and communications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. A National Guard UAV and a RC-26 platform is assisting with intelligence gathering and is providing extremely valuable perimeter data to the incident.
08/14/2018 1930 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 13,756 acres brush, timber, 55% contained. Fire behavior is active and fire growth continues primarily to the south, closer to populated areas. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. A fire closure area for the Natchez Fire has been implemented on the Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Road. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 9,155 acres). The fire threatens private timber lands and 69kV powerlines. 16 Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/14/2018 1930 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 5,693 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. Fire behavior was moderate today; making short uphill runs in alignment with wind and slope. Fire crossed Hanland Peak and will back towards Middle Salt Creek. Mandatory evacuations along Hirz Mountain Lookout road and old Mill occurred today. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek. Red Flag Warning from 11 PM Tuesday to 11 PM Wednesday for dry lighting in adjacent Fire Weather Zones. There is a slight chance that dry storms develop over the fire area. Structures threatened are in the Gilman, Waterman, and Hirz Mountain Lookout road system. A portion of the fire is within the National Recreation Area (Shasta Lake). The Bollibokka Fishing club to the north along the McCloud River is threatened. High value private timber lands are within the fire perimeter and additional lands are threatened. A combination of indirect dozer line, road systems and hand line will be utilized in combination with firing operations to achieve a 100% suppression strategy. Air tankers and helicopters are being utilized to slow the fire progression, allow time for control line construction, and to provide time to implement structure protection along Hirz Lookout Mountain and Gilman Road.
08/14/2018 1930 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 211,019 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 65% contained with an active rate of spread. Spread is primarily fuels and topography driven with high potential for roll out and spot fires. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. National Guard is assisting in the protection of the evacuated areas as well as involved in suppression activities. Repopulation orders for Rainbow Lake area were issued today. Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. The National Guard is actively engaged with suppression activities. Highway 299 is open to the public during specified times; Noon - 2 PM with a pilot car and 6 PM- 5 AM with a pilot car - from the Visitor's Center to Sand House.
08/14/2018 1930 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 354,910 acres grass, brush, timber, 64% contained. The complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch fires. The overall complex containment percentage is based on the combined incident completed line divided by the combined perimeter. The Ranch fire remained active. The River fire had no movement and is 100% contained. Damage assessments have found 145 residences, 118 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. A small portion of the East side of the Potter Valley remains under a mandatory evacuation. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County: the communities of Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations for Colusa County: Western Colusa County from the western town limits of Ladoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs and Stonyford. Mandatory Evacuation Order for the Pleasant Valley area of the Mendocino National Forest land located in the southwestern Glenn County. This Order applies to only Mendocino National Forest land. Areas east of the Mendocino National Forest boundary to County Road 306 and north to County Road 308, including the town of Elk Creek, remain in Advisory Evacuation Notice. The Ranch fire continues to threaten the Mendocino National Forest resources, communities in portions of Mendocino, Lake and Colusa County, and ommunications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. The Ranch fire continues to threaten the Mendocino National Forest resources and communities in portions of Mendocino, Lake and Colusa County, and communications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. A National Guard UAV and a RC-26 platform is assisting with intelligence gathering and is providing extremely valuable perimeter data to the incident.
08/14/2018 1930 CA-SHU Hat Fire: 1,900 acres, brush and timber, 85% contained. Fire is creeping and smolderng. All road closures have been lifted.
08/14/2018 1930 HI-HVP Keauhou Ranch Brush Fire: 3,739 acres, grass, timber, 86% contained. Fire behavior is minimal; creeping and smolderng. Interspersed lava flows have light fuels and litter. Grass and brush underneath forest overstory create a continuous ladder fuel. Threats to natural resource values in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and NeNe Cabin, Kapapala Ranch grass lands, Mauna Loa strip road, Mauna Loa lookout shelter, Mauna Loa trail, native forests of Kipuka Ki, Kipuka Puaulu, Namakani Paio campground and a number of threatened and endangered species.
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National Weather Service – Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 5 PM Tuesday to 11 PM PDT Wednesday for dry thunderstorms on very dry fuels for fire weather zones 284 and 285 covering Siskiyou County from the Cascade Mountains East and South to Mt Shasta-Modoc County Except for the Surprise Valley. Link

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National Weather Service – Medford has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from late Tuesday night through Wednesday evening for abundant lightning on very dry fuels for fire weather zones 280 and 281 covering Western Klamath National Forest, Central Siskiyou County Including Shasta Valley. Link

08/14/2018 0730 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 5,689 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. Fire behavior was moderate overnight. Fire crossed over Lower Salt Creed and made short uphill runs towards Hanland Peak. Structures along Hirz Mountain Lookout road have been evacuated due to imminent fire danger. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek. Red Flag Warning from 11 PM Tuesday to 11 PM Wednesday for dry lighting in adjacent Fire Weather Zones. There is a slight chance that dry storms develop over the fire area. The historic Hirz Mountain Lookout remains threatened. Endangered species habitat, private timberlands, water systems, and developed recreation sites are threatened.
08/14/2018 0730 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 207,162 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 65% contained with an active rate of spread. Spread is primarily fuels and topography driven with high potential for roll out and spot fires. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. National Guard assigned, assisting in the protection of the evacuated areas as well as involved in suppression activities. No repopulation orders today. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 65 civilians. All evacuation centers are closed. Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; Shasta County Landfill; REU power generation plant; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. Highway 299 is open to the public during specified times; Noon - 2 PM with a pilot car and 6 PM- 5 AM with a pilot car - from the Visitor's Center to Sand House.
08/14/2018 0730 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 345,410 acres grass, brush, timber, 68% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). The Ranch remained active on the Northern front until approximately midnight and then moderatedt: 305,490 acres oak woodland, brush 68% contained. The River fire had no movement. River fire: 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 100% contained. Damage assessments have found 145 residences, 118 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 1,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 200 civilians are in the advisory area. A small portion of the East side of the Potter Valley remains under a mandatory evacuation. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County: East of the Lake-Mendocino County Line, south of the Lake-Mendocino-Glenn County Line, west of the Lake-Colusa County Line, north of the fire perimeter and the Mendocino National Forest boundary. Mandatory evacuations for Mendocino County: South of Eel River, west of the Mendocino- Lake county line, east of 10500 block of Mid Mountain Road, and north of Pine Ave. Does not includes residents on Pine Ave. Mandatory evacuations for Colusa County: The town limits of Stonyford, west to the Colusa-Lake County line and North to Colusa-Glenn County line, Century Ranch sub-division, east and west side of East Park Reservior, Lodoga from Squaw Creek Inn south and all areas West of Bear Valley Road to Hwy 20. The Ranch fire continues to threaten the Mendocino National Forest resources, communities in portions of Mendocino, Lake and Colusa County, and ommunications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower. A National Guard UAV asset is assisting with intelligence gathering and is providing extremely valuable perimeter data to the incident.
08/13/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 13,115 acres brush, timber, 55% contained. Fire behavior is active and fire growth continues primarily to the south, closer to populated areas. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests have issued a fire closure area for the Natchez Fire. Road. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 8,066 acres). The fire threatens private timber lands and 69kV powerlines. 16 Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/13/2018 1900 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 4,531 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. Fire behavior was moderate today. Evacuations are in place along Hirz Mountain Road. Structures threatened are in the Gilman, Waterman, and Hirz Mountain Lookout road system. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek. Endangered species habitat, private timberlands, water systems, and developed recreation sites are threatened.The Secretary of Agriculture will be visiting the fire area today.
08/13/2018 1900 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 206,816 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 63% contained with an active rate of spread. Spread is primarily fuels and topography driven with high potential for roll out and spot fires. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. National Guard assigned, assisting in the protection of the evacuated areas as well as involved in suppression activities. No repopulation orders were issued today. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 65 civilians. All evacuation centers are closed. Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; Shasta County Landfill; REU power generation plant; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. Highway 299 is open to the public during specified times; 1200 - 1400 with a pilot car and 1800 - 0500 with a pilot car - from the Visitor's Center to Sand House.
08/13/2018 1900 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 349,890 acres grass, brush, timber, 68% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). The Ranch fire remained active on the northern front: 300,970 acres oak woodland, brush 59% contained. The River fire had no movement. River fire: 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 100% contained. Damage assessments have found 144 residences, 118 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 1,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 180 civilians are in the advisory area. A small portion of the East side of the Potter Valley remains under a mandatory evacuation. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County: East of the Lake-Mendocino County Line, south of the Lake-Mendocino-Glenn County Line, west of the Lake-Colusa County Line, north of the fire perimeter and the Mendocino National Forest boundary. Mandatory evacuations for Mendocino County: South of Eel River, west of the Mendocino- Lake county line, east of 10500 block of Mid Mountain Road, and north of Pine Ave. Does not includes residents on Pine Ave. Mandatory evacuations for Colusa County: The town limits of Stonyford, west to the Colusa-Lake County line and North to Colusa-Glenn County line, Century Ranch sub-division, east and west side of East Park Reservior, Lodoga from Squaw Creek Inn south and all areas West of Bear Valley Road to Hwy 20. The Ranch fire continues to threaten the Mendocino National Forest resources, communities in portions of Mendocino, Lake and Colusa County, and ommunications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower. A National Guard UAV asset is assisting with intelligence gathering and is providing extremely valuable perimeter data to the incident.
08/13/2018 1900 CA-SHU Hat Fire: 1,900 acres, brush and timber, 75% contained. Fire is creeping and smolderng. All road closures have been lifted.
08/13/2018 1700 HI-HVP Keauhou Ranch Brush Fire: 3,739 acres, grass, timber, 80% contained. Fire behavior is minimal; creeping and smolderng. Interspersed lava flows have light fuels and litter. Grass and brush underneath forest overstory create a continuous ladder fuel. Threats to natural resource values in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and NeNe Cabin, Kapapala Ranch grass lands, Mauna Loa strip road, Mauna Loa lookout shelter, Mauna Loa trail, native forests of Kipuka Ki, Kipuka Puaulu, Namakani Paio campground and a number of threatened and endangered species.
08/13/2018 0715 CA-SHU Hat Fire: 1,900 acres, brush and timber, 62% contained. Fire is creeping and smolderng. Highway 299 has been reopened. A Fire Weather Watch is in place for adjoining Fire Weather Zones from Tuesday afternoon through Tuesday evening for thunderstoms and strong outflow winds.
08/13/2018 0715 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 4,404 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight as the smoke inversion settled over the fire area. Evacuations are in place along Hirz Mountain Road. Structures threatened are in the Gilman, Waterman, and Hirz Mountain Lookout road system. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek. A Fire Weather Watch is in place for adjoining Fire Weather Zones from Tuesday afternoon through Tuesday evening for thunderstoms and strong outflow winds. Endangered species habitat, private timberlands, water systems, and developed recreation sites are threatened.The Secretary of Agriculture will be visiting the fire area today..
08/13/2018 0715 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 202,976 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 61% contained with an active rate of spread. Smoke clearing over the area has increased fire activity. The firing operation in the north is complete. As the fire gains depth the overall acreage will continue to increase. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. National Guard assigned, assisting in the protection of the evacuated areas as well as involved in suppression activities Repopulation of Rainbow Lake area was issued yesterday (Approx 193 civilians). Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 65 civilians. All evacuation centers are closed. Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; Shasta County Landfill; REU power generation plant; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. Highway 299 is open to the public during specified times; 1200 - 1400 with a pilot car and 1800 - 0500 with a pilot car - from the Visitor's Center to Sand House.
08/13/2018 0715 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 344,890 acres grass, brush, timber, 68% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). The northwest corner of the Ranch fire remained active overnight until the early morning hours as it burned towards Lake Pillsbury Ranch fire: 295,970 acres oak woodland, brush 59% contained. The River fire had no movement. River fire: 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 93% contained. Damage assessments have found 145 residences, 118 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 1,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 180 civilians are in the advisory area. A small portion of the East side of the Potter Valley remains under a mandatory evacuation. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County: East of the Lake-Mendocino County Line, south of the Lake-Mendocino-Glenn County Line, west of the Lake-Colusa County Line, north of the fire perimeter and the Mendocino National Forest boundary. Mandatory evacuations for Mendocino County: South of Eel River, west of the Mendocino- Lake county line, east of 10500 block of Mid Mountain Road, and north of Pine Ave. Does not includes residents on Pine Ave. Mandatory evacuations for Colusa County: The town limits of Stonyford, west to the Colusa-Lake County line and North to Colusa-Glenn County line, Century Ranch sub-division, east and west side of East Park Reservior, Lodoga from Squaw Creek Inn south and all areas West of Bear Valley Road to Hwy 20. The Ranch fire continues to threaten the Mendocino National Forest resources, communities in portions of Mendocino, Lake and Colusa County, and ommunications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower. A National Guard UAV asset is assisting with intelligence gathering and is providing extremely valuable perimeter data to the incident.
08/12/2018 1930 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 12,667 acres brush, timber, 52% contained. Fire behavior is active and fire growth continues primarily to the south, closer to populated areas. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests have issued a fire closure area for the Natchez Fire. Road. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 8,066 acres). The fire threatens private timber lands and 69kV powerlines. 16 Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/12/2018 1930 CA-SHU Hat Fire: 1,900 acres, brush and timber, 55% contained. Fire is creeping and smolderng. Road closure Highway 299 from Pit River to Fall River. Glenburn Road north to Gomez Road. South of Highway 299 to Pit River south at Glenburn Road.
08/12/2018 1930 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 3,825 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. The fire continued to bank and flank off of the upper slopes down to Gilman Road and Lower Salt Creek. Evacuations are in place along Hirz Mountain Road. Structures threatened are in the Gilman, Waterman, and Hirz Mountain Lookout road system. Structure assessment continues in Salt Creek. A Fire Weather Watch is in place for adjoining Fire Weather Zones for a significant lightning event beginning Tuesday afternoon. Endangered species habitat, private timberlands, water systems, and developed recreation sites are threatened.The Secretary of Agriculture will be visiting the fire area on Monday, August 13.
08/12/2018 1930 CA-PNF Murphy Fire: 117 acres, grass, timber, snags, large woody material, 100% contained with a minimal rate of spread. Murphy Fire has not grown in four days. Resources are being demobolized. Suppression repair will continue today. Highway 70 is open.
08/12/2018 1930 HI-HVP Keauhou Ranch Brush Fire: 3,739 acres, grass, timber, 63% contained. Fire is creeping and smolderng. Heavy fuels are becoming more active as fuels dry out from the recent precipitation. Threats to natural resource values in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and NeNe Cabin, Kapapala Ranch grass lands, Mauna Loa strip road, Mauna Loa lookout shelter, Mauna Loa trail, native forests of Kipuka Ki, Kipuka Puaulu, Namakani Paio campground and a number of threatened and endangered species.
08/12/2018 1930 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 201,680 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 61% contained with an active rate of spread. Smoke clearing over the area has increased fire activity. The firing operation in the north is complete. As the fire gains depth the overall acreage will continue to increase. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. National Guard assigned, assisting in the protection of the evacuated areas as well as involved in suppression activities Repopulation of Rainbow Lake area was issued today (Approx 193 civilians). Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 65 civilians. All evacuation centers are closed. Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; Shasta County Landfill; REU power generation plant; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. Highway 299 is open to the public during specified times; 1200 - 1400 with a pilot car and 1800 - 0500 with a pilot car - from the Visitor's Center to Sand House.
08/12/2018 1930 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 334,399 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). The Ranch fire was active on the northeast corner. Ranch fire: 285,479 acres oak woodland, brush 62% contained. The River fire had no movement. River fire: 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 93% contained. Damage assessments have found 144 residences, 118 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 1,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 180 civilians are in the advisory area. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County: East of the Lake-Mendocino County Line, south of the Lake-Mendocino-Glenn County Line, west of the Lake-Colusa County Line, north of the fire perimeter and the Mendocino National Forest boundary. Mandatory evacuations for Mendocino County: South of Eel River, west of the Mendocino- Lake county line, east of 10500 block of Mid Mountain Road, and north of Pine Ave. Does not includes residents on Pine Ave. Mandatory evacuations for Colusa County: The town limits of Stonyford, west to the Colusa-Lake County line and North to Colusa-Glenn County line, Century Ranch sub-division, east and west side of East Park Reservior, Lodoga from Squaw Creek Inn south and all areas West of Bear Valley Road to Hwy 20. The Ranch fire continues to threaten the Mendocino National Forest resources, communities in portions of Mendocino, Lake and Colusa County, and ommunications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower. A National Guard UAV asset is assisting with intelligence gathering and is providing extremely valuable perimeter data to the incident.
08/12/2018 1600 National Weather Service- Reno Fire Weather Watch remains in effect from Tuesday afternoon through Tuesday evening for thunderstoms and strong outflow winds for Northeast California and Northwest Nevada (Fire Weather Zones 270, 271, 278, 450, 453, 458). Link
08/12/2018 0700 CA-LNU Nelson: 2,162 acres grass and brush, 100% contained. Threats to the UP Rail Road, medical facility and structures have been mitigated. All evacuations have been lifted.
08/12/2018 0700 CA-SHU Hat Fire: 1,900 acres, brush and timber, 48% contained. Fire is creeping and smolderng. Evacuations are in place. Road closure Highway 299 from Pit River to Fall River. Glenburn Road north to Gomez Road. South of Highway 299 to Pit River south at Glenburn Road.
08/12/2018 0700 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 2,573 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. Fire behavior is active; it has been backing towards the Salt Creek drainage and continues to flank along Gilman Road. There are several private cutblocks that have not been burned post-harvest so there is heavy slash that will be very active as fire hits those areas.The fire threatens the residences along the Hirz Mountain Lookout Road, multiple residences along Gilman Road and the Salt Creek drainage. McCloud River Club and water rights are threatened. NorCal team 1 will take command of the fire 8/12/18 at 06:00..
08/12/2018 0700 CA-PNF Murphy Fire: 117 acres, grass, timber, snags, large woody material, 98% contained with a minimal rate of spread. Murphy Fire has not grown in four days. Resources are being demobolized. Suppression repair will continue today. Highway 70 is open currently under 1-way traffic control.
08/12/2018 0700 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 191,211 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 59% contained with an active rate of spread. Smoke clearing over the area has increased fire activity. The firing operation in the north is complete. As the fire gains depth the overall acreage will continue to increase. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. National Guard assigned, assisting in the protection of the evacuated areas as well as involved in suppression activities Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 65 civilians. Evacuation centers are open at Shasta College (48 evacuees). No repopulation orders planned for today. Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; Shasta County Landfill; REU power generation plant; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. Highway 299 is open to the public during specified times; 1200 - 1400 with a pilot car and 1800 - 0500 with a pilot car - from the Visitor's Center to Sand House.
08/12/2018 0700 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 331,399 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). The Ranch fire was active overnight on the northeast corner. Ranch fire: 282,479 acres oak woodland, brush 62% contained. The River fire had no movement. River fire: 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 93% contained. Damage assessments have found 144 residences, 119 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 1,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 180 civilians are in the advisory area. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County including the communities of Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations continue for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, and Stonyford. The Ranch fire continues to threaten the Mendocino National Forest resources, communities in portions of Mendocino, Lake and Colusa County, and ommunications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower. A National Guard UAV asset is assisting with intelligence gathering and is providing extremely valuable perimeter data to the incident.
08/11/2018 1900 CA-LNU Nelson: 2,162 acres grass and brush, 95% contained. Threats to the UP Rail Road, medical facility and structures have been mitigated. All evacuations have been lifted.
08/11/2018 1900 CA-SHU Hat Fire: 1,900 acres, brush and timber, 45% contained. Fire is creeping and smolderng. The Red Flag Warning issued by the National Weather Service - Sacramento ends at 11 PM tonight. Evacuations are in place. Road closure Highway 299 from Pit River to Fall River. Glenburn Road north to Gomez Road. South of 299 to Pit River south at Glenburn Road.
08/11/2018 1900 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 2,030 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. Fire behavior is active; it has been backing towards the Salt Creek drainage and continues to flank along Gilman Road. The Red Flag Warning issued by the National Weather Service - Sacramento ends at 11 PM tonight. The fire will continue to crest over the Hirz Mountain ridge and back down into the north fork of Salt Creek, spreading West and North along Gillman Road. The fire threatens the residences along the Hirz Mountain Lookout Road, multiple residences along Gilman Road and the Salt Creek drainage. McCloud River Club and water rights are threatened. NorCal team 1 has been ordered for the incident.
08/11/2018 1900 HI-HVP Keauhou Ranch Brush Fire: 3,739 acres, grass, timber, 60% contained. Fire is creeping and smolderng. Heavy fuels are becoming more active as fuels dry out from the recent precipitation. Threats to natural resource values in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and NeNe Cabin, Kapapala Ranch grass lands, Mauna Loa strip road, Mauna Loa lookout shelter, Mauna Loa trail, native forests of Kipuka Ki, Kipuka Puaulu, Namakani Paio campground and a number of threatened and endangered species.
08/11/2018 1900 CA-PNF Murphy Fire: 117 acres, grass, timber, snags, large woody material, 98% contained with a minimal rate of spread. The Red Flag Warning issued by the National Weather Service - Sacramento ends at 11 PM tonight. Infrastructure currently threatened includes the Hwy 70 corridor, major PG&E transmission lines for Northeastern CA, powerhouses, railroad infrastructure, and commercial businesses along the river corridor. Highway 70 is open currently under 1-way traffic control.
08/11/2018 1900 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 190,873 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 57% contained with an active rate of spread. Smoke clearing over the area has increased fire activity. The firing operation in the north is complete. As the fire gains depth the overall acreage will continue to increase. The Red Flag Warning issued by the National Weather Service - Sacramento ends at 11 PM tonight. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. National Guard assigned, assisting in the protection of the evacuated areas as well as involved in suppression activities The impact to the City of Redding has been mitigated and Redding FD has withdrawn from unified command. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 65 civilians. Evacuation centers are open at Shasta College (48 evacuees). Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; Shasta County Landfill; REU power generation plant; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. Highway 299 is open to the public during specified times; 1200 - 1400 with a pilot car and 1800 - 0500 with a pilot car - from the Visitor's Center to Sand House.
08/11/2018 1900 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 328,226 acres grass, brush, timber, 67% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). The Northwest corner of the Ranch fire remained active today. Ranch fire: 279,306 acres oak woodland, brush 58% contained. The River fire had no movement. River fire: 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 92% contained. The Red Flag Warning issued by the National Weather Service - Sacramento ends at 11 PM tonight. Damage assessments have found 138 residences, 119 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 2,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 180 civilians are in the advisory area. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County including the communities of Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations continue for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, and Stonyford. The Ranch fire poses a continued threat to 115kV powerlines. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower. A National Guard UAV asset is assisting with intelligence gathering and is providing extremely valuable perimeter data to the incident.
08/11/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 12,449 acres brush, timber, 52% contained. Fire behavior continues to be active. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Rogue River-Siskiyou and Klamath National Forests have issued a fire closure area for the Natchez Fire. Road. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 7,261 acres). The fire threatens private timber lands and 69kV powerlines. 16 Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/11/2018 0715 CA-LNU Nelson: 1,000 acres grass and brush, 70% contained, forward spread has been stopped. Threats to the UP Rail Road, Medical facility and structures has been mitigated. All evacuations have been lifted. Map
08/11/2018 0715 CA-SHU Hat Fire: 1,900 acres, brush and timber, 25% contained with an active rate of spread. Reduction in fire size due to accurate mapping. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has extended the Red Flag Warning until 11 PM Saturday. Evacuations are in place. Road closure Highway 299 from Pit River to Fall River. Glenburn Road north to Gomez Road. South of 299 to Pit River south at Glenburn Road.The community of Fall River Mills is threatened as well as the Pit One Power House, 60kV powerlines.
08/11/2018 0715 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 1,423 acres, grass, brush, timber, 5% contained. Fire remained active during the overnight hours. The north and south fires are expected to merge during the next operational period. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has extended the Red Flag Warning until 11 PM Saturday. The fire will continue to crest over the Hirz Mountain ridge and back down into the north fork of Salt Creek, spreading West and North along Gillman Road. The fire threatens the residences along the Hirz Mountain Lookout Road, multiple residences along Gilman Road and the Salt Creek drainage. McCloud River Club and water rights are threatened. NorCal team 1 has been ordered for the incident. In-briefing will be today at 2:00 PM.
08/11/2018 0715 HI-HVP Keauhou Ranch Brush Fire: 3,679 acres, grass, timber, 50% contained. Fire recieved 2.25 inches of precipitation. Fire activity is creeping and smoldering.Warm and dry conditions are forcasted to return this weekend. Threats to natural resource values in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and NeNe Cabin, Kapapala Ranch grass lands, Mauna Loa strip road, Mauna Loa lookout shelter, Mauna Loa trail, native forests of Kipuka Ki, Kipuka Puaulu, Namakani Paio campground and a number of threatened and endangered species.
08/11/2018 0715 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 186,416 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 55% contained with an active rate of spread. Smoke clearing over the area has increased fire activity. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has extended the Red Flag Warning until 11 PM Saturday. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. The impact to the City of Redding has been mitigated and Redding FD has withdrawn from unified command. Repopulation for Lewiston community north of Highway 299 to Kinny Camp Road west of County Line Road to Trinity Dam Blvd. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 65 civilians. Evacuation centers are open at Shasta College (48 evacuees); Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; Shasta County Landfill; REU power generation plant; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. Highway 299 is open to the public during specified times; 1200 - 1400 with a pilot car and 1800 - 0500 with a pilot car - from the Visitor's Center to Sand House.
08/11/2018 0715 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 325,226 acres grass, brush, timber, 67% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). The Ranch fire remained active overnight on the northern front with an increase in acreage of approximately 13,000 acres from last reporting period. Ranch fire: 276,306 acres oak woodland, brush 58% contained. The River fire had no movement last night. River fire: 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 92% contained. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has extended the Red Flag Warning until 11 PM Saturday. Damage assessments have found 138 residences, 119 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 2,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 180 civilians are in the advisory area. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County including the communities of Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations continue for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, and Stonyford. The Ranch fire poses a continued threat to 115kV powerlines. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower. A National Guard UAV asset is assisting with intelligence gathering and is providing extremely valuable perimeter data to the incident.
08/11/2018 0715 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 11,899 acres brush, timber, 52% contained. The fire growth is primarily to the south and southeast pushing the fire closer to populated areas and associated infrastructure. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Powerlines in the fire area have been de-energized. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 7,261 acres).
08/10/2018 1900 CA-SHU Hat Fire: 1,900 acres, brush and timber, 25% contained with an active rate of spread. Reduction in fire size due to accurate mapping. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has extended the Red Flag Warning until 11 PM Saturday. Evacuations are in place. The community of Fall River Mills is threatened as well as the Pit One Power House, 60kV powerlines. Highway 299 is closed at Grade Road.
08/10/2018 1900 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 280 acres, grass, brush, timber, 10% contained with an active rate of spread. Total of three fires in the immediate area (Hirz, Moore, Point). The National Weather Service in Sacramento has extended the Red Flag Warning until 11 PM Saturday. The fire will continue to crest over the Hirz Mountain ridge and back down into the north fork of Salt Creek, spreading West and North along Gillman Road. The fire threatens the residences along the Hirz Mountain Lookout Road, multiple residences along Gilman Road and the Salt Creek drainage.
08/10/2018 1900 CA-PNF Murphy Fire: 117 acres, grass, timber, snags, large woody material, 90% contained with a minimal rate of spread. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has extended the Red Flag Warning until 11 PM Saturday. Infrastructure currently threatened includes the Hwy 70 corridor, major PG&E transmission lines for Northeastern CA, powerhouses, railroad infrastructure, and commercial businesses along the river corridor. Highway 70 is open to controlled traffic.
08/10/2018 1900 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 183,633 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 53% contained with an active rate of spread. There will be a significant increase in acres due to the firing operations in the north end of the fire. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has extended the Red Flag Warning until 11 PM Saturday. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. The impact to the City of Redding has been mitigated and Redding FD has withdrawn from unified command. Repopulation for Lewiston community north of Highway 299 to Kinny Camp Road west of County Line Road to Trinity Dam Blvd. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 65 civilians. Evacuation centers are open at Shasta College (48 evacuees); Trinity High School closed this morning. Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; Shasta County Landfill; REU power generation plant; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. Highway 299 is open to the public during specified times; 1200 - 1400 with a pilot car and 1800 - 0500 with a pilot car - from the Visitor's Center to Sand House.
08/10/2018 1900 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 312,447 acres grass, brush, timber, 60% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). The Northern edge of the Ranch fire was very active this afternoon. Ranch fire: 263,527 acres oak woodland, brush 53% contained. The River fire had no movement last night. River fire: 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 90% contained. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has extended the Red Flag Warning until 11 PM Saturday. Damage assessments have found 118 residences, 110 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 2,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 180 civilians are in the advisory area. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County including the communities of Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations continue for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, Stonyford, Century Ranch and surrounding areas. The Ranch fire poses a continued threat to 115kV powerlines. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower. A National Guard UAV asset is assisting with intelligence gathering and is providing extremely valuable perimeter data to the incident.
08/10/2018 1400 National Weather Service - Sacramento has advised the Red Flag Warning remains in effect until 11 PM Saturday for Fire Weather Zones 213, 214, 215, 216, 263, 264, 266, 268, and 279. Link
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CA-SHU Hat Fire: 2,500 acres, brush and timber, 15% contained with a active rate of spread. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect until 11 PM Saturday. Evacuations are in place. Pit One Power House is threatened as well as 60kV powerlines. Highway 299 is closed from Pit River to Fall River; Glenburn Road north to Gomez Road; and South of 299 to Pit River south at Glenburn Road.

08/10/2018 0715 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 450 acres, grass, brush, timber, 10% contained. Total of three fires in the immediate area (Hirz, Moore, Point). Fire was active throughout the night. It has crested the Hirz Mountain Ridge, and is flanking to both the west and north along Gilman Road. Multiple residences threatened along Gilman Road and the Salt Creek drainage. The Hirz Mountain Lookout was NOT destroyed as was previously reported, but it continues to be threatened. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect until 11 PM Saturday.
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CA-WNP Carr Fire: 181,496 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 51% contained. The Carr fire remained active. A Fuels & Fire Behavior Advisory has been issued for the incident. Low and dead fuel moistures and elevated fire danger rating values have created the potential for extreme fire behavior and rapid fire spread. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect until 11 PM Saturday. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. Repopulation for Victoria Drive/Highland Circle subdivision and Mountain Road south of the OHV Park occurred yesterday. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 2,094 civilians. Evacuation centers are open at Shasta College (48 evacuees); Trinity High School is planning on closing this morning. Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; Shasta County Landfill; REU power generation plant; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. Highway 299 is open to the public during specified times; 1200 - 1400 with a pilot car and 1800 - 0500 with a pilot car - from the Visitor's Center to Sand House.

08/10/2018 0715 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 307,447 acres grass, brush, timber, 60% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). The northern side of the Ranch fire had moderate fire activity overnight. Ranch fire: 258,527 acres oak woodland, brush 53% contained. The River fire had no movement last night. River fire: 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 90% contained. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect to 11 PM Saturday. Damage assessments have found 118 residences, 110 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 2,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 14,000 civilians are in the advisory area. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County including the communities of Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations continue for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, Stonyford, Century Ranch and surrounding areas. The Ranch fire poses a continued threat to 115kV powerlines. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower.
08/09/2018 1915 CA-SHU Hat Fire: 800 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained with a critical rate of spread. The fire is located on Hwy 299 east X Fish Hatchery rd, 8 miles NE of Burney. Highway 299 is closed in both directions at the pit grade road. evacuations in progress with structures threatened. fire area is under a Red Flag Warning.
08/09/2018 1915 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 305,152 acres grass, brush, timber, 52% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). Ranch fire: 256,232 acres oak woodland, brush 49% contained. River fire: 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 87% contained. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect to 11 PM Saturday. Damage assessments have found 118 residences, 110 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 2,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 14,000 civilians are under evacuation advisory. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County including the communities of Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations continue for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, Stonyford, Century Ranch and surrounding areas. The Ranch fire poses a continued threat to 115kV powerlines. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower.
08/09/2018 1915 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 178,752 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 49% contained. A Fuels & Fire Behavior Advisory has been issued for the incident. National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect until 11 PM Saturday. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. Mandatory evacuations for a total of 67 citvilians. Continued threat to the Western Area Power Administration (WAPA). 115KV and 230 KV power lins, and timberland (both private & federal). Highway 299 – open to public 1200 – 1400 with a pilot car & 1800 – 0500 with a pilot car; from the Visitors Center to Sand House .
08/09/2018 1915 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 350 acres, grass, brush, timber, 10% contained. Total of three fires in the immediate area (Hirz, Moore, Point). Fire is moving at a moderate rate of spread.. Hirz lookout destroyed, structures threatened.
08/09/2018 1915 CA-PNF Murphy Fire: 117 acres, grass, timber, snags, large woody material, 30% contained.Steep and inaccessable terrain with many snags due to previous fires. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect until 11 PM Saturday. Evacuation warning lifted for Belden, Maggie Place, and Little Haven. Infrastructure currently threatened includes the Hwy 70 corridor, major PG&E transmission lines for Northeastern CA, powerhouses, railroad infrastructure, and commercial businesses along the river corridor. Highway 70 is open to controlled traffic.
08/09/2018 1915 HI-HVP Keauhou Ranch Brush Fire: 3,679 acres, grass, timber, 50% contained. One lookout threatened. Critical endangered wildlife habitat threatened. Threat to old growth Loa forests, protected lava flows and private lands.
08/09/2018 1915 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 11,600 acres brush, timber, 52% contained. The fire growth is primarily to the south and southeast pushing the fire closer to populated areas and associated infrastructure. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Powerlines in the fire area have been de-energized. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 6,700 acres). Sixteen Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/09/2018 1540 CA-SHU Hat Fire; 50 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained with a critical rate of spread. The fire is located on Hwy 299 east X Fish Hatchery rd, 8 miles NE of Burney. Highway 299 is closed in both directions at the pit grade road. Map Link
08/09/2018 1515 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 350 acres, grass, brush, timber, 0% contained. Total of three fires in the immediate area (Hirz, Moore, Point). Fire is moving at a moderate rate of spread.. There are no immediate threats to communities or infrastructure.
08/09/2018 1130 CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 100 acres, grass, brush, timber, 0% contained. Total of three fires in the immediate area (Hirz, Moore, Point). Fire is located on lower third of south aspect and is burning at a slow rate of spread. There are no immediate threats to communities or infrastructure.
08/09/2018 1030 National Weather Service - Medford; Red Flag Warning remains in effect from noon today to 9 PM this evening for strong gusty winds and low RH for fire weather zones 281 and 285... Link
08/09/2018 1030 National Weather Service - Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning begining at 2 PM this afternoon through 11 PM Saturday evening for very dry and locally gusty winds for fire weather zones; 213, 214, 215, 216, 263, 264, 266, 268, and 279... Link
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CA-SHF Hirz Fire: 50 acres, grass, brush, timber, 0% contained. Fire is located off Gillman Rd near Moore Creek Campground, approximately 8 miles east of Lakehead. Fire is located on lower third of south aspect and is burning at a slow rate of spread. There are no immediate threats to communities or infrastructure. Map

08/09/2018 0745 HI-HVP Keauhou Ranch Brush Fire: 3,205 acres, grass, timber, 5% contained. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread. Impacts from Hurricane Hector were light allowing crews to make good progress. Fire threatens areas of forest called "Kipuka" that exists nowhere else in the world, critical wildlife habitat, and one lookout.
08/09/2018 0745 CA-PNF Murphy Fire: 117 acres, grass, timber, snags, large woody material, 0% contained. Last night's fire behavior was moderate - mostly creeping, and flanking, Previous fires in area (Storrie 2000, 2008, Chips 2012) generated numerous snags that pose a safety and potential spotting problems. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect until 11 PM Saturday. The Fire Weather Watch is no longer in effect. Precautionary evacuation advisory for Belden, Maggie Place, and Little Haven was lifted as of 1800 yesterday. Infrastructure currently threatened includes the Hwy 70 corridor, major PG&E transmission lines for Northeastern CA, powerhouses, railroad infrastructure, and commercial businesses along the river corridor. Highway 70 is open to controlled traffic.
08/09/2018 0745 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 177,450 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 48% contained. The Carr fire remained active overnight. A Fuels & Fire Behavior Advisory has been issued for the incident. Low and dead fuel moistures and elevated fire danger rating values have created the potential for extreme fire behavior and rapid fire spread. Additionally, the National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect until 11 PM Saturday. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. Repopulation for the Ono area occurred yesterday. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 2,094 civilians. Evacuation centers are open at Shasta College (60 evacuees) and Trinity High School (150 evacuees). Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; Shasta County Landfill; REU power generation plant; timberland (both private & federal). Shasta Bally repeater has limited operability due to damage from the fire. This repeater is critical to the public safety radio system. A mobile repeater is being placed on Sugarloaf. The South Fork Repeater site has sustained major damage. This site hosts the local AM/FM radio stations and local TV, including local news. Other components damaged at the site include AT&T cellular site. Highway 299 remains closed in both directions.
08/09/2018 0745 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 304,402 acres grass, brush, timber, 51% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). The northern side of the Ranch fire had moderate fire activity overnight.. Ranch fire: 255,482 acres oak woodland, brush 48% contained. The River fire had no movement over night.. River fire: 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 84% contained. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect to 11 PM Saturday. Damage assessments have found 118 residences, 110 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 2,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 14,000 civilians are under evacuation advisory. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County including the communities of Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations continue for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, Stonyford, Century Ranch and surrounding areas. The Ranch fire poses a continued threat to 115kV powerlines. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower.
08/08/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 11,338 acres brush, timber, 50% contained. The fire is actively growing to the south and southeast pushing the fire closer to populated areas and associated infrastructure. The National Weather Service in Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from noon Thursday to 9 PM Thursday. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Powerlines in the fire area have been de-energized. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 6,700 acres). Sixteen Australian firefighting personnel are supporting the Natchez Fire in leadership positions.
08/08/2018 1900 CA-PNF Murphy Fire: 70 acres, grass, timber, 0% contained. Fire behavior is moderate. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch, for high winds and low humidity starting Thursday through Saturday. Infrastructure currently threatened includes 240kv power lines, hydro-electric resources, railroad infrastructure, and natural resources. An Evacuation Warning was issued for Beldon Town, Maggies Place, and Lake Haven. Highway 70 is open to controlled traffic.
08/08/2018 1900 HI-HVP Keauhou Ranch Brush Fire: 3,200 acres, grass, timber, 20% contained. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread. Impacts from Hurricane Hector were light today allowing crews to make good progress. Fire threatens areas of forest called "Kipuka" that exists nowhere else in the world, critical wildlife habitat, and one lookout.
08/08/2018 1900 CA-MNF Eel Fire: 972 acres grass and oak woodland, 100% contained.
08/08/2018 1900 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 176,069 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 47% contained. Today's fire behavior was active. A Fuels & Fire Behavior Advisory has been issued for the incident. Low and dead fuel moistures and elevated fire danger rating values have created the potential for extreme fire behavior and rapid fire spread. Additionally, the National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning, which is in effect from 2 PM Thursday to 11 PM Saturday. The Fire Weather Watch is no longer in effect. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. Repopulation for the Ono area occurred today; Residents only on Muletown Road south from Redbluff Road,Ol Shasta; Residents only in French Gulch; all residents from Hwy 299 east of Trinity Dam Blvd to the Sandhouse on both sides; Trinity County east of Hwy 3 to Trinity Dam Blvd, north of Raspberry Lane to Tannery Gulch Road and all areas within. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 2,094 civilians. Evacuation centers are open at Shasta College (60 evacuees) and Trinity High School (150 evacuees). Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115KV and 230 KV power lines; Shasta County Landfill; REU power generation plant; timberland (both private & federal). Highway 299 remains closed in both directions.
08/08/2018 1900 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 302,086 acres grass, brush, timber, 47% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents).The northern portion of the Ranch fire continues to remain active. Ranch fire: 253,116 acres oak woodland, brush 46% contained. The River fire had no movement today. River fire: 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 81% contained. The National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning, which is in effect from 2 PM Thursday to 11 PM Saturday. The Fire Weather Watch is no longer in effect. Damage assessments have found 118 residences, 110 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 2,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 14,000 civilians are under evacuation advisory. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County including the communities of Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations continue for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, Stonyford, Century Ranch and surrounding areas. The Ranch fire poses a continued threat to 115kV powerlines. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower.
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National Weather Service - Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 2 PM Thursday to 11 PM Saturday for very dry and gusty winds for Fire Weather Zones 213, 214, 215, 216, 263, 264, 266, 268, and 279. Link

National Weather Service - Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from noon Thursday to 9 PM Thursday.for strong, gusty winds with low relative humidity for Fire Weather Zones 281 Link and 285 Link,

08/08/2018 0745 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 173,522 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 47% contained. Last night's fire behavior was active; evening downslope/down canyon winds continue activity. A Fuels & Fire Behavior Advisory has been issued for the incident. Low and dead fuel moistures and elevated fire danger rating values have created the potential for extreme fire behavior and rapid fire spread. Additionally, due to the expected critical conditions, a Fire Weather Watch has been issued from Thursday Afternoon to Saturday Evening. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. Repopulation orders  for communities of Lewiston and Igo area were issued last night. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 3,600 civilians. Evacuation centers are open at Shasta College (60 evacuees) and Trinity High School (150 evacuees). Infrastructure currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115kV and 230 kV power lines; Shasta County Landfill; REU power generation plant; timberland (both private & federal). Highway 299 remains closed in both directions.
08/08/2018 0745 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 300,086 acres grass, brush, timber, 47% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents).The northern portion of the Ranch fire remained active overnight moving further into the Mendocino National Forest. Ranch fire: 251,116 acres oak woodland, brush 46% contained. The River fire had no overnight movement. River fire: 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 81% contained. Damage assessments have found 115 residences, 105 minor structures, and 1 multiple residence destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 12,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 6,000 civilians are under evacuation advisory. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County including the communities of Upper Lake, Nice, Lucerne, Pepperwood Grove, Paradise Valley, Glenhaven, Clearlake Oaks, Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations continue for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, Stonyford, Century Ranch and surrounding areas. Road closures remain in effect for portions of CA-20. The Ranch fire poses a continued threat to 115kV powerlines. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower.
08/07/2018 1900 CA-PNF Murphy Fire: 50 acres, grass, timber, 0% contained. Fire behavior is moderate. Infrastructure currently threatened includes 240kv power lines, hydro-electric resources, railroad infrastructure, and natural resources. An Evacuation Warning was issued for Beldon Town, Maggies Place, and Lake Haven. Highway 70 is open to controlled traffic.
08/07/2018 1900 HI-HVP Keauhou Ranch Brush Fire: 1,500 acres, grass, timber, 5% contained. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread. Impacts from approaching Hurricane Hector within the next 24 to 48 hours are unknown. Fire currently threatens Kapapala Ranch, natural resource values in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, critical wildlife habitat, and one lookout.
08/07/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 10,858 acres brush, timber, 50% contained. The fire is actively growing to the south and southeast - pushing the fire closer to populated areas and associated infrastructure. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Powerlines in the fire area have been de-energized. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 6,225 acres).
08/07/2018 1900 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 172,055 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 47% contained. Today's fire behavior was active. Heavy timber fuels continue to challenge firefighting efforts. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. Repopulation orders were issued for Old Shasta on the North & South Side of Hwy 299 (approximate 79 civilians) and the community of Lewiston (approximate 1,506 civilians). Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 3,600 civilians. Igo and Ono are both currently being threatened. Other areas or points of interest which are currently threatened or impacted include: Chappie Off Highway Vehicle Park (BLM); active and historic mining sites; Heritage sites of the Wintu Native American Tribe; Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) 115kV and 230 kV power lines; Shasta County Landfill; REU power generation plant; timberland (both private & federal). Highway 299 remains closed in both directions.
08/07/2018 1900

CA-MNF Eel Fire: 972 acres grass and oak woodland, 85% contained. Fire behavior was minimal. Three residences have been destroyed. Evacuation advisories have been lifted.

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CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 292,692 acres grass, brush, timber, 34% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). The Ranch Fire behavior was moderate today due to winds aloft covering the fire area in smoke causing lower than predicted temperatures.  Ranch Fire: 243,772 acres oak woodland, brush 20% contained. The River fire had limited activity; 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 78% contained. Seventy-four residences, 68 minor structures, and one multiple residence have been destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 12,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 6,000 civilians are under evacuation advisory. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County including the communities of Upper Lake, Nice, Lucerne, Pepperwood Grove, Paradise Valley, Glenhaven, Clearlake Oaks, Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations continue for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, Stonyford, Century Ranch and surrounding areas. Road closures remain in effect for portions of CA-20. The Ranch fire poses a continued threat to 115kV powerlines. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower.

08/07/2018 0745 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 10,302 acres brush, timber, 40% contained. The fire is actively growing to the south and southeast - pushing the fire closer to populated areas and associated infrastructure. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Powerlines in the fire area have been de-energized. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 5,339 acres).
08/07/2018 0745

CA-WNP Carr Fire: 167,113 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 47% contained. Last night's fire behavior was active. Heavy timber fuels continue to challenge firefighting efforts. 1,077 residences have been destroyed and 191 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. Field damage assessment is 98% complete; 100% complete within the Redding City limits. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 3,679 civilians. Highway 299 remains closed in both directions. Three major Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) towers were destroyed which powers numerous Northern Coastal Communities. Continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines and Keswick Dam is restricted to minimal electrical output due to damaged powerlines.

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CA-MNF Eel Fire: 972 acres grass and oak woodland, 70% contained. Fire behavior was minimal. Three residences have been destroyed. Evacuation advisories have been lifted.

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CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 290,692 acres grass, brush, timber, 34% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). The Ranch fire remained active overnight expanding further north and east. Ranch Fire: 241,772 acres oak woodland, brush 20% contained. The River fire had limited activity overnight. River Fire: 48,920 acres grass, oak woodland, 78% contained. Seventy-four residences, 68 minor structures, and one multiple residence have been destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 13,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 8,000 civilians are under evacuation advisory. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County including the communities of Blue Lakes, Upper Lake, Nice, Witter Springs, Saratoga Springs, Bachelor Valley, Scotts Valley, Lucerne, Pepperwood Grove, Paradise Valley, Glenhaven, Clearlake Oaks, Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations continue for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, Stonyford, Century Ranch and surrounding areas. Road closures remain in effect including CA-20 and CA-29. The Ranch fire poses a continued threat to 115kV powerlines. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower.

08/06/2018 1900 HI-HVP Keauhou Ranch Brush Fire: 600 acres, grass, timber, 10% contained. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread. Hurricane Hector may impact fire in next 72 hours. Fire currently threatens Kapapala Ranch, natural resource values in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, and critical wildlife habitat.
08/06/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 9,848 acres brush, timber, 35% contained. The fire is growing actively to the south and southeast. Westerly and terrain driven winds will prevail across the fire Monday afternoon pushing the fire closer to populated areas and associated infrastructure. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Powerlines in the fire area have been de-energized. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 5,339 acres).
08/06/2018 1900 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 164,413 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 4% contained. Observed fire behavior was active. Smoke over fire area has tempered fire activity. Heavy timber fuels still challenge firefighting efforts. 1,080 residences have been destroyed and 190 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. Field damage assessment is 98% complete; 100% complete within the Redding City limits. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for 3,679 civilians. Highway 299 remains closed in both directions. Three major Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) towers were destroyed which powers numerous Northern Coastal Communities. Continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines and Keswick Dam is restricted to minimal electrical output due to damaged powerlines.
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CA-MNF Eel Fire: 972 acres grass and oak woodland, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior was observed today. Three residences have been destroyed. Evacuation advisories have been lifted.

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CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 283,800 acres grass, brush, timber, 30% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). On the Ranch fire there was a slop-over last night that led to an area of active, running fire with spotting. Ranch Fire: 235,000 acres oak woodland, brush 21% contained. River Fire: 48,800 acres grass, oak woodland, 58% contained. Seventy-four residences, 68 minor structures, and one multiple residence have been destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 13,000 civilians are under evacuation orders and 8,000 civilians are under evacuation advisory. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County including the communities of Blue Lakes, Upper Lake, Nice, Witter Springs, Saratoga Springs, Bachelor Valley, Scotts Valley, Lucerne, Pepperwood Grove, Paradise Valley, Glenhaven, Clearlake Oaks, Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations continue for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, Stonyford, Century Ranch and surrounding areas. Road closures remain in effect including CA-20 and CA-29. The Ranch fire poses a continued threat to 115kV powerlines. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower.

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CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 18,703 acres timber, brush, 100% contained. Minimal fire behavior. The fire will experience a return to hot and dry conditions starting today for rest of week. The community of Spalding Evacuation Order was rescinded. Residents only will be permitted to return. Lassen County Road A1 closures have been updated. South closure located near Eagle Lake Marina and north closure at Spalding Way. An area closure was implemented for BLM land NE of the fire and Lassen NF lands in the fire area.

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OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 9,848 acres brush, timber, 35% contained. The fire is growing actively to the south and southeast. Westerly and terrain driven winds will prevail across the fire Monday afternoon pushing the fire closer to populated areas and associated infrastructure. Mandatory evacuations remain for California residences near South Fork Indian Creek. Evacuation warnings continue for Sunstar and areas in the the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Powerlines in the fire area have been de-energized. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. Incident started on the Rogue River-Siskiyou NF and has burned onto the Klamath NF (approximately 5,339 acres). Yesterday at 0600 Northern Rockies Team 1 assumed command.

08/06/2018 0745 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 163,207 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 45% contained. Observed fire behavior was active. Spread is primarily fuels and topography driven. Heavy timber fuels still challenge firefighting efforts. 1,080 residences have been destroyed and 190 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing and nearing completion; 100% complete within the Redding City limits. A repopulation order was issued for the area along Keswick Dam Road & Coulder Dr and below to Keswick Dam (estimated population 12 civilians). However, 21,485 civilians remain evacuated from the fire area. Highway 299 remains closed in both directions. Three major Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) towers were destroyed which powers numerous Northern Coastal Communities. Continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines and Keswick Dam is restricted to minimal electrical output due to damaged powerlines.
08/06/2018 0745 CA-MNF Eel Fire: 972 acres grass and oak woodland, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior was observed last night. The fire will experience a return to hot and dry conditions starting today for rest of week. Snags from the 2012 North Pass Fire are contributing to spotting potential and safety concerns. Three residences have been destroyed. Evacuation advisories have been lifted.
08/06/2018 0745 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 273,664 acres grass, brush, timber, 30% contained (complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). The Ranch fire remained active overnight moving towards the North and East. The River fire had limited movement overnight. Ranch Fire: 225,001 acres oak woodland, brush 21% contained. River Fire: 48,663 acres grass, oak woodland, 58% contained. Seventy-four residences, 68 minor structures, and one multiple residence have been destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 21,310 civilians remain evacuated from the complex area. Mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County including the communities of Blue Lakes, Upper Lake, Nice, Witter Springs, Saratoga Springs, Bachelor Valley, Scotts Valley, Lucerne, Pepperwood Grove, Paradise Valley, Glenhaven, Clearlake Oaks, Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, and Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations continue for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, Stonyford, Century Ranch and surrounding areas. Road closures remain in effect including CA-20 and CA-29. The Ranch fire poses a continued threat to 115kV powerlines. The River fire threatens a FAA radio communication link control tower.
08/06/2018 0745 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 18,703 acres timber, brush, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior was observed overnight. The fire will experience a return to hot and dry conditions starting today for rest of week. The community of Spalding Evacuation Order was rescinded. Residents only will be permitted to return. Lassen County Road A1 closures have been updated. South closure located near Eagle Lake Marina and north closure at Spalding Way. An area closure was implemented for BLM land NE of the fire and Lassen NF lands in the fire area.
08/05/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 9,463 acres brush, timber, 30% contained. The fire is growing actively to the south and southeast, moving closer to populated areas and associated infrastructure. Mandatory evacuation notices issued for 2 California residences near South Fork Indian Creek and eleven evacuation warnings issued in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Level 1 evacuation warning remains for the Sunstar area. Powerlines in the fire area have been de-energized. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. Approximately 3,842 acres have burned on the Klamath National Forest. Northern Rockies Team 1 has assumed command.
08/05/2018 1900 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 160,049 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 43% contained. Observed fire behavior was active. Spread is primarily fuels and topography driven. Heavy timber fuels still challenge firefighting efforts. 1,080 residences have been destroyed and 190 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. A repopulation order was issued for the area along Keswick Dam Road & Coulder Dr and below to the Keswick Dam. However, A\approximately 21,500 civilians remain evacuated from the fire area. Threats to the Iron Mountain Mine Superfund site has been mitigated. Highway 299 remains closed in both directions.Three major Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) towers were destroyed which powers numerous Northern Coastal Comminities. Continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines and Keswick Dam is restricted to minimal electrical output due to damaged powerlines.
08/05/2018 1900 CA-MNF Eel Fire: 972 acres grass and oak woodland, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior was observed today. Mostly calmer winds today and overall temperatures were lower. Snags from the 2012 North Pass Fire are contributing to spotting potential and safety concerns. Three residences have been destroyed. An evacuation advisory is in place for the residents in Bower Estates to the M1 Rd.
08/05/2018 1900 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 266,982 acres grass, brush, timber, 33% contained ( complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). Fires remains active. Ranch Fire: 218,319 acres oak woodland, brush 23% contained. River Fire: 48,663 acres grass, oak woodland, 58% contained. The Observed fire behavior was active. Sixty-seven residences, 62 minor structures, and one multiple residence have been destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 21,310 civilians remain evacuated from the complex area. The community of Lakeport was repopulated today. However mandatory evacuations are still in place for Lake County including Southern Lakeport area south to Hwy 29, the communities of Blue Lakes, Upper Lake, Nice, Witter Springs, Saratoga Springs, Bachelor Valley, Scotts Valley, Lucerne, Pepperwood Grove, Paradise Valley, Glenhaven, Clearlake Oaks, Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, Pine Mountain. Mandatory evacuations continue for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, Stonyford and surrounding areas. Road closures remain in effect including CA-20 and CA-29.
08/05/2018 1900 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 18,703 acres timber, brush, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior was observed today. Structure threat remains for the community of Spaulding and surrounding areas. Mandatory evacuations for the community of Spaulding was lifted. Some road closures remain. An area closure was implemented for BLM land NE of the fire and Lassen NF lands in the fire area. There has been significant damage to the LUMD powerlines servicing Spalding, Buck Bay, Stones Landing and surrounding areas.
08/05/2018 0745 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 9,463 acres brush, timber, 30% contained. Fire continues to spread to the south. Mandatory evacuation notices issued for 2 California residences near South Fork Indian Creek and eleven evacuation warnings issued in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Level 1 evacuation warning remains for the Sunstar area. Powerlines in the fire area have been de-energized. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. Approximately 3,842 acres have burned on the Klamath National Forest. Northern Rockies Team 1 is scheduled to assume command of this incident 0600 on 8/5/2018.
08/05/2018 0745 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 154,524 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 41% contained. Observed fire behavior was active. Red Flag Warning expired at 2100 8/4. Timber fuels have challenged firefighting efforts with crown fire runs, torching, and multiple spot fires. 1,080 residences have been destroyed and 190 residences have been damaged; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 21,500 civilians remain evacuated from the fire area. Threats to the Iron Mountain Mine Superfund site has been mitigated. Highway 299 remains closed in both directions.Three major Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) towers were destroyed which powers numerous Northern Coastal Comminities. Continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines and Keswick Dam is restricted to minimal electrical output due to damaged powerlines.
08/05/2018 0745 CA-MNF Eel Fire: 972 acres grass and oak woodland, 50% contained. Moderate fire behavior was observed overnight.. Northwest winds 5-7 mph with gusts to 15 mph continued through the night. Snags from the 2012 North Pass Fire also contributed to spotting potential and safety concerns. Three residences have been destroyed. An evacuation advisory is in place for the residents in Bower Estates to the M1 Rd. Threats also continue for Native American cultural sites, Anthony Peak Lookout (National Register), and commercial timberland.
08/05/2018 0745 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 229,006 acres grass, brush, timber, 33% contained ( complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). Fires remains active. Ranch Fire: 207,319 acres oak woodland, brush 23% contained. River Fire: 47,663 acres grass, oak woodland, 58% contained. The Ranch fire remained active overnight and moved further North into the Mendocino National Forest and East towards Stonyford. The River fire had limited activity overnight. Sixty-seven residences, 62 minor structures, and one multiple residence have been destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 21,310 civilians remain evacuated from the complex area. Mandatory evacuations for Lake County include Southern Lakeport area south to Hwy 29, the communities of Blue Lakes, Upper Lake, Nice, Witter Springs, Saratoga Springs, Bachelor Valley, Scotts Valley, Lucerne, Pepperwood Grove, Paradise Valley, Glenhaven, Clearlake Oaks, Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, Pine Mountain. Additinally, the Lake County Jail in Lakeport has been evacuated as well as Sutter Lakeside Hospital. Mandatory evacuations for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, Stonyford and surrounding areas. Road closures remain in effect including CA-175, CA-20 and CA-29. Continued threat to 115kV powerlines and FAA radio communications link control tower.
08/05/2018 0745 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 18,726 acres timber, brush, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior was observed overnight. Red Flag Warning expired at 2200 8/4. Structure threat remains for the community of Spaulding and surrounding areas. Evacuation orders and road closures remain in effect for the Spaulding area. There has been significant damage to the LUMD powerlines servicing Spalding, Buck Bay, Stones Landing and surrounding areas.
08/04/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 8,432 acres brush, timber, 25% contained. Fire continues to spread to the south. Mandatory evacuation notices issued for 2 California residences near South Fork Indian Creek and eleven evacuation warnings issued in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Level 1 evacuation warning remains for the Sunstar area. Powerlines in the fire area have been de-energized. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. Approximately 3842 acres have burned on the Klamath National Forest. Northern Rockies Team 1 is scheduled to assume command of this incident 0600 on 8/5/2018.
08/04/2018 1900 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 145,015 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 41% contained. Observed fire behavior was extreme. A Red Flag Warning remains in effect for this evening through 9pm today. Timber fuels have challenged firefighting efforts with crown fire runs, torching, and multiple spot fires. 1,078 residences have been destroyed and 190 residences have been damaged.; 500 outbuildings are destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 21,500 civilians remain evacuated from the fire area. Threats to the Iron Mountain Mine Superfund site has been mitigated. Highway 299 remains closed in both directions.Three major Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) towers were destroyed which powers numerous Northern Coastal Comminities. Continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines and Keswick Dam is restricted to minimal electrical output due to damaged powerlines.
08/04/2018 1900 CA-MNF Eel Fire: 972 acres grass and oak woodland, 50% contained. Moderate fire behavior was observed today. Northwest winds 5-7 mph with gusts to 15 mph created some short range spotting, mostly from snags. Snags from the 2012 North Pass Fire also contributed to spotting potential and safety concerns. An evacuation advisory is in place for the residents in Bower Estates to the M1 Rd. Threats also continue for Native American cultural sites, Anthony Peak Lookout (National Register), and commercial timberland.
08/04/2018 1900 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 229,006 acres grass, brush, timber, 32% contained ( complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). Fires remains active. Ranch Fire: 181,343 acres oak woodland, brush 22% contained. River Fire: 47,663 acres grass, oak woodland, 50% contained. Fifty-four residences, 49 minor structures, and one multiple residence have been destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. Approximately 21,300 civilians remain evacuated from the complex area. Mandatory evacuations for Lake County include Southern Lakeport area south to Hwy 29, the communities of Blue Lakes, Upper Lake, Nice, Witter Springs, Saratoga Springs, Bachelor Valley, Scotts Valley, Lucerne, Pepperwood Grove, Paradise Valley, Glenhaven, Clearlake Oaks, Bartlett Springs, Long Valley, Lake Pillsbury Basin, Bear Creek, Pine Mountain. Additinally, the Lake County Jail in Lakeport has been evacuated as well as Sutter Lakeside Hospital. Mandatory evacuations for Western Colusa County include the communities of Lodoga, Leesville, Wilbur Springs, Stonyford and surrounding areas. Road closures remain in effect including CA-175, CA-20 and CA-29. Continued threat to 115kV powerlines and FAA radio communications link control tower.
08/04/2018 1900 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 18,726 acres timber, brush, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior was observed today. The fire remained within control lines despite portions of the fire receiving 30-35 mph wind gusts. Red Flag Warning remains in effect for gusty winds and low RH until 10PM this evening. Structure threat remains for the community of Spaulding and surrounding areas. Evacuation orders and road closures remain in effect for the Spaulding area. There has been significant damage to the LUMD powerlines servicing Spalding, Buck Bay, Stones Landing and surrounding areas.
08/04/2018 0745 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 201,471 acres grass, brush, timber, 34% contained ( complex is comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). Fires remains active. Approximately 9,000 civilians remain evacuated from the complex area. Ranch Fire: 156,678 acres oak woodland, brush 27% contained. River Fire: 44,793 acres grass, oak woodland, 50% contained. Mandatory evacuations include: Lake County: Southern Lakeport area south to Hwy 29 including the communities of Blue Lakes, Upper Lake, Nice, Witter Springs, Saratoga Springs, Bachelor Valley, Scotts Valley, Lucerne, Pepperwood Grove, Paradise Valley, Glenhaven, Clearlake Oaks, Bartlett Springs and Long Valley.The Lake County Jail in Lakeport has been evacuated as well as Sutter Lakeside Hospital.  Road closures remain in effect including CA-175, CA-20 and CA-29. Continued threat to 115kV powerlines and FAA radio communications link control tower. Forty structures and 47 minor structures and one multiple residence have been destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing.
08/04/2018 0745 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 141,825 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 41% contained. A Red Flag warning is in effect in the fire area thru today. Re population is continuing throughout the fire area. 1,073 residences and 492 outbuildings destroyed and 190 residences have been damaged. Damage assessment is continuing. Threat remains for the Iron Mountain Mine Superfund site. Highway 299 remains closed in both directions.Three major Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) towers were destroyed which powers numerous Northern Coastal Comminities. Continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines and Keswick Dam is restricted to minimal electrical output due to damaged powerlines.
08/04/2018 0745 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 8,432 acres brush, timber, 25% contained. Fire continues to spread to the south. Mandatory evacuation notices issued for 2 California residences near South Fork Indian Creek and eleven evacuation warnings issued in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Level 1 evacuation warning remains for the Sunstar area. Powerlines in the fire area have been de-energized. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. Approximately 3842 acres have burned on the Klamath National Forest. Northern Rockies Team 1 is scheduled to assume command of this incident 0600 on 8/5/2018.
08/04/2018 0745 CA-MNF Eel Fire: 972 acres grass and oak woodland, 40% contained. Minimal overnight fire behavior observed. Structures remain threatened in the Bower Estates to the M1 Rd. Threats also continue for Native American cultural sites and commercial timberland.
08/04/2018 0745 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 18,726 acres timber, brush, 80% contained. Minimal overnight fire behavior observed. Red Flag Warning remains in effect for gusty winds and low RH until 10PM this evening. Structure threat remains for the community of Spaulding and surrounding areas. All evacuation orders and road closures remain in effect. There has been significant damage to the LUMD powerlines servicing Spalding, Buck Bay, Stones Landing and surrounding areas.
08/03/2018 1900 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 157,450 acres grass, brush, timber, 30% contained (comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). Both fires had extreme fire behavior with torching and long range spotting. A total of 16,622 civilians are currently evacuated from the complex area and all mandatory evacuations have been lifted in Mendocino County. Ranch Fire: 115,250 acres oak woodland, brush 28% contained. River Fire: 42,200 acres grass, oak woodland, 50% contained. Mandatory evacuations include: Lake County: Southern Lakeport area south to Hwy 29 including the communities of Blue Lakes, Upper Lake, Nice, Witter Springs, Saratoga Springs, Bachelor Valley and Scotts Valley. The Lake County Jail in Lakeport has been evacuated as well as Sutter Lakeside Hospital.  Road closures remain in effect including CA-175, CA-20 and CA-29. Continued threat to 115kV powerlines and FAA radio communications link control tower. Forty structures and 47 minor structures and one multiple residence have been destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing.
08/03/2018 1900 CA-WNP Carr Fire: 133,924 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 39% contained. Ongoing threat to the communities of French Gulch, Lewiston, Igo, Ono, and Gas Point with continued evacuations for protions of Old Shasta and Keswick. Re population is continuing. 1,070 residences and 492 outbuildings destroyed and 188 residences have been damaged. Damage assessment is continuing. Threat remains for the Iron Mountain Mine Superfund site. Highway 299 remains closed in both directions.Three major Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) towers were destroyed which powers numerous Northern Coastal Comminities. Continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines and Keswick Dam is restricted to minimal electrical output due to damaged powerlines.
08/03/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 7,693 acres brush, timber, 15% contained. Fire continues to spread to the south. Mandarory evacuation notices issued for 2 California residences near South Fork Indian Creek and eleven evacuation warnings issued in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Level 1 evacuation warning remains for the Sunstar area. Powerlines in the fire area have been de-energized. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. Approximately 3142 acres have burned on the Klamath National Forest.
08/03/2018 1900 CA-MNF Eel Fire: 972 acres grass and oak woodland, 40% contained. Mandatory evacuations in effect along the M1 North Road from Eel River Station to Indian Dick Station and Bower Estates will be lifted at 1800 on 8/3/18.
08/03/2018 1900 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 18,726 acres timber, brush, 75% contained. Red Flag Warning remains in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Structure threat remains for the community of Spaulding and surrounding areas. All evacuation orders, warnings and road closures remain in effect. Threat remains to Antelope Mountain Lookout and private timber lands. There has been significant damage to the LUMD powerlines servicing Spalding, Buck Bay, Stones Landing and surrounding areas.
08/03/2018 1900 CA-AEU Omega Fire: 66 acres grass and oak woodland, 95% contained. Last report unless significant activity occurs.
08/03/2018 1900 CA-AEU Bumper Fire: 67 acres brush and timber, 95% contained. Last report unless significant activity occurs.
08/03/2018 0730 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 7,693 acres brush, timber, 15% contained. Fire continues to spread to the south. Mandarory evacuation notices issued for 2 California residences near South Fork Indian Creek and eleven evacuation warnings issued in the Indian Creek area along CR 7C001 (Grayback Rd.) north of CR 8C01. Level 1 evacuation warning remains for the Sunstar area. Powerlines in the fire area have been de-energized. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. Approximately 3142 acres have burned on the Klamath National Forest.
08/03/2018 0730 CA-MNF Eel Fire: 972 acres grass and oak woodland, 25% contained. Mandatory evacuations continue with threats to Anthony Peak Lookout, commercial timberlands. Structures continue to be threatened with three residences destroyed. Fire is being managed by a Local IMT 3 (Shippelhoute) with support from NorCal IMT 2 (Dalrymple).
08/03/2018 0730 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 18,726 acres timber, brush, 70% contained. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low RH. Structure threat remains for up to 460 residences with mandatory evacuations for the community of Spalding. An evacuation warning remains for Buck Bay, Stones Landing and isolated rural residences. Road closures remain the same from last report. Threat remains to Antelope Mountain Lookout and private timber lands. Significant damage to the LUMD powerlines servicing Spalding, Buck Bay, Stones Landing and surrounding areas.
08/03/2018 0730 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 131,896 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 39% contained. A Red Flag warning is in effect in the fire area thru Saturday. Ongoing threat to the communities of French Gulch, Lewiston, Igo, Ono, and Gas Point with continued evacuations for protions of Old Shasta and Keswick. Re population is continuing. 1,067 residences and 481 outbuildings destroyed and 189 residences have been damaged. Damage assessment is continuing. Threat remains for the Iron Mountain Mine Superfund site. Highway 299 remains closed in both directions.Three major Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) towers were destroyed which powers numerous Northern Coastal Comminities. Continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines and Keswick Dam is restricted to minimal electrical output due to damaged powerlines.
08/03/2018 0730 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 153,738 acres grass, brush, timber, 30% contained (comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). Both fires had extreme fire behavior with torching and long range spotting. A total of 15,622 civilians are currently evacuated from the complex area and all mandatory evacuations have been lifted in Mendocino County. Ranch Fire: 112,226 acres oak woodland, brush 28% contained. River Fire: 41,512 acres grass, oak woodland, 50% contained. Mandatory evacuations include: Lake County: Southern Lakeport area south to Hwy 29 including the communities of Blue Lakes, Upper Lake, Nice, Witter Springs, Saratoga Springs, Bachelor Valley and Scotts Valley. The Lake County Jail in Lakeport has been evacuated as well as Sutter Lakeside Hospital.  Road closures remain in effect including CA-175, CA-20 and CA-29. Continued threat to 115kV powerlines and FAA radio communications link control tower. Forty structures and 47 minor structures and one multipul residence have been destroyed. Damage assessment is continuing. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) and NorCal IMT 2 (Dalrymple) are managing this incident under unified command.
08/03/2018 0730 CA-AEU Bumper Fire: 67 acres brush and timber, 90% contained.
08/03/2018 0730 CA-AEU Omega Fire: 66 acres grass and oak woodland, 90% contained.
08/02/2018 1900 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 126,913 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 37% contained. A Red Flag warning is in effect in the fire area thru Saturday. Current fire behavior is short range spotting and torching. Ongoing threat to the communities of Lewiston, Igo, Ono, and Gas Point with continued evacuations for protions of Old Shasta and Keswick. Re population is continuing. Damage assessment is continuing. Threat remains for the Iron Mountain Mine Superfund site. Highway 299 remains closed in both directions.Three major Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) towers were destroyed which powers numerous Northern Coastal Comminities. Continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines and Keswick Dam is restricted to minimal electrical output due to damaged powerlines.
08/02/2018 1900 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 18,726 acres timber, brush, 60% contained. Active backing and flanking fire behavior. with a Red Flag Warning for gusty west to northwest winds and low RH. 150 civilians remain evacuated with Spaulding and nearby campgrounds under evacuation orders. An evacuation warning remains for Buck Bay, Stones Landing and isolated rural residences. Road closures remain the same from last report. Threat remains to Utility lines, wildlife habitat, private timber and cultural and historic sites.
08/02/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 7,693 acres brush, timber, 15% contained. Active torching, spotting with uphill runs observed. Level 1 evacuation warning remains for the Sunstar area. Spotting issues on the south side of the incident. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. Approximately 3142 acres have burned on the Klamath National Forest.
08/02/2018 1900 CA-MNF Eel Fire: 972 acres grass and oak woodland, 25% contained. Surface fire spread with backing and flanking. The fire is burning within the 2012 North Pass Fire burn scar. There are mandatory evacuations along the M1 North Road from Eel River Station to Indian Dick Station And Bower Estates. Evacuation Advisory for residents along Forest Highway 7 (FH7) from Eel River Station to Nebo Rock.  Threats to Anthony Peak Lookout, commercial timberlands, Middle Fork of the Eel River, Black Butte River, and cultural sites. Structures are threatened in the Bower Estates, M1 North and along the south flank (FH7). Fire is being managed by a Local IMT 3 (Shippelhoute) with support from NorCal IMT 2 (Dalrymple).
08/02/2018 1900 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 125,168 acres grass, brush, timber, 39% contained (comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). Both fires are extremely active with rapid spread rates and spotting. A total of 15,322 civilians are currently evacuated from the complex area. River Fire: 41,278 acres grass, oak woodland, 50% contained. Ranch Fire: 83,890 acres oak woodland, brush 33% contained. Mandatory evacuations include: Lake County: Southern Lakeport area south to Hwy 29 including the communities of Blue Lakes, Upper Lake, Nice, Witter Springs, Saratoga Springs, Bachelor Valley and Scotts Valley. The Lake County Jail in Lakeport has been evacuated as well as Sutter Lakeside Hospital.  Road closures remain in effect including CA-175, CA-20 and CA-29. Power and critical communications infrastructure remain threatened. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) and NorCal IMT 2 (Dalrymple) are managing this incident under unified command.
08/02/2018 1900 CA-AEU Omega Fire: 66 acres grass and oak woodland, 85% contained.
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CA-AEU Bumper Fire: 67 acres brush and timber, 85% contained.

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National Weather Service - Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from Thursday evening through Saturday evening for very dry and locally gusty winds for fire weather zones 213, 215, and 263, including the area of the Carr Fire.In addition, a Red Flag Warning is in effect from 11AM Friday to 11PM Saturday for fire weather zones 264 and 279 for locally gusty winds, including the area of the Mendocino Complex. Link

08/02/2018 0830 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 125,842 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 35% contained. A Red Flag warning is in effect thru Saturday. Current fire behavior is short range spotting and torching. Ongoing threat to the communities of Lewiston, Igo, Ono, and Gas Point with continued evacuations for protions of Old Shasta and Keswick. Re population is continuing. Damage assessment is continuing. Threat remains for the Iron Mountain Mine Superfund site. Highway 299 remains closed in both directions.Three major Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) towers were destroyed which powers numerous Northern Coastal Comminities. Continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines and Keswick Dam is restricted to minimal electrical output due to damaged powerlines.
08/02/2018 0830 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 18,726 acres timber, brush, 55% contained. Active backing and flanking fire behavior. with a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low RH. Spaulding and nearby campgrounds remain under an evacuation order. An evacuation warning remains for Buck Bay and Stones Landing. Road closures remain the same from last report. Threat remains to Utility lines, wildlife habitat, private timber and cultural and historic sites.
08/02/2018 0830 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 6,988 acres brush, timber, 15% contained. Level 1 evacuation warning remains for the Sunstar area. Spotting issues on the south side of the incident. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines.Approximately 2,891 acres have burned on the Klamath National Forest.
08/02/2018 0830 CA-MNF Eel Fire: 972 acres grass and oak woodland, 5% contained. Surface fire, backing and flanking with short range spotting. The fire is burning within the 2012 North Pass Fire burn scar. There are mandatory evacuations along the M1 Rd. north from Eel River. An Evacuation advisory is in place for Forest Hwy 7 from Eel River to Nebo Rock. Threats to Anthony Peak Lookout, commercial timberlands, Middle Fork of the Eel River, Black Butte River, and cultural sites. Structures threatened in Bower Estates.
08/02/2018 0830 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 110,168 acres grass, brush, timber, 39% contained (comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). Both fires remained active overnight with a total of 14,610 civilians are currently evacuated for the complex. River Fire: 35,278 acres grass, oak woodland, 50% contained. Ranch Fire: 74,890 acres oak woodland, brush 33% contained. Mandatory evacuations remain for portions of the Potter Valley community. The southern Lakeport area south to Hwy 29 is under mandatory evacuations including the communities of Blue Lakes, Upper Lake, Nice, Bachelor Valley and Scott Valley. The County Jail in Lakeport has been evacuated as well as the Sutter Lakeside Hospital. Road closures remain in effect including CA-175, CA-20 and CA-29. Power and critical communications infrastructure remain threatened.
08/02/2018 0830 CA-AEU Omega Fire: 66 acres grass and oak woodland, 80% contained. One structure destroyed and additional structure threat has been mitigated.
08/02/2018 0830 CA-AEU Bumper Fire: 67 acres brush and timber, 80% contained.
08/02/2018 0750 National Weather Service - Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Thursday evening through Saturday evening for very dry and locally gusty winds for fire weather zones 213, 215, and 263. Link
08/02/2018 0740 National Weather Service - Medford and Reno have issued Red Flag Warnings in effect from 2PM this afternoon until 8PM this evening for strong gusty winds and low humidity for fire weather zone 285 in Modoc County and fire weather zone 278 in Eastern Lassen County. Link
08/01/2018 1955 CA-NEU Sunset Fire: 1,000 acres grass, 60% contained. 500kV powerlines threatened.
08/01/2018 1955 CA-AEU Omega Fire: 80 acres grass, oak woodland, 10% contained. Fire is located on Omega Ln. x Alpha Circle, west of Pilot Hill. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped. Evacuations are in place in the fire area. Hwy 49 is closed at the Rattle Snake Bar Rd.
08/01/2018 1955 CA-AEU Bumper Fire: 50 acres brush and timber, 40% contained. Forward spread has been stopped with a continued threat to structures.
08/01/2018 1955 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 6,988 acres brush, timber, 15% contained. Evacuation Warning remains for the Sunstar area as well as private inholding in the immediate area south of the incident. near the Indian Creek areas. An evacuation Warning has been issued in the Indian Creek areas as well.
08/01/2018 1955 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 94,912 acres grass, brush, timber, 24% contained (comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). Both fires continue to exhibit rapid fire growth, especially when wind and topography are aligned. Mandatory evacuations remain for portions of the Potter Valley community. The southern Lakeport area south to Hwy 29 is under mandatory evacuations including the communities of Blue Lakes, Upper Lake, Nice, Bachelor Valley and Scott Valley. The County Jail in Lakeport has been evacuated as well as the Sutter Lakeside Hospital. Road closures remain in effect including CA-175, CA-20 and CA-29. Power and critical communications infrastructure remain threatened.
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CA-SHU Carr Fire: 121,049 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 35% contained. Reduced smoke cover over the southern portions of the incident has resulted in an increase in fire activity. Shifting winds combined with steep terrain and timber fuels has been contributing to spotting issues for crews. A fire weather watch has been issued in the fire area from Thursday evening to Saturday. Many communities in the fire area continue to be impacted. Re population orders continued today. Mary Lake subdivision was opened to residence only. The Iron Mountain Mine is being supported by the incident and being run under the direction of the EPA. Trinity Mountain Rd, Highway 299 and many other roads in the fire area remains closed. Power infrastructure continues to be threatened. Wildlife habitat and historic and cultural sites remain threatened as well.

 

08/01/2018 1955 CA-SHU Corner Fire: 35 acres brush and timber, 95% contained. Final report unless a significant change occurs.
08/01/2018 1955 CA-PNF Crocker Fire: 84 acres of timber, brush, 75% contained. This will be the final report unless a significant change occurs.
08/01/2018 1846 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 18,680 acres timber, brush, 50% contained. Crews completed burnout operations of a critical piece of line today with the fire remaining within control lines. Spaulding and nearby campgrounds remain under an evacuation order. An evacuation warning remains for Buck Bay and Stones Landing. Road closures remain the same from last report. The local Fire Weather Watch has been upgraded to a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds an low humidity. Overnight relative humidity recoveries is expected to be poor. Utility lines, wildlife habitat, private timber and cultural and historic sites remain threatened.
08/01/2018 1830 CA-MEU Eel Fire: 972 acres grass and oak woodland, 5% contained. Persistent winds throughout the day contributed to fire spread and short range spotting. The fire is burning within the 2012 North Pass Fire burn scar. There are mandatory evacuations along the M1 Rd. north from Eel River. An Evacuation advisory is in place for Forest Hwy 7 from Eel River to Nebo Rock.
08/01/2018 1740 CA-MEU Western Fire: 50 acres oak woodland, 0% contained. Fire is located off Hwy 101 south of Hopland. Fire is burning with a moderate rate of spread. Structures are threatened and northbound Hwy 101 is under controlled traffic. Map
08/01/2018 1536 Sunset, Vegetation Fire, Placer County: 700 acres in grass. Fire is located on Sunset Blvd. W x S Brewer Rd, 10 miles NW of Roseville
Local DPA, LRA, Placer County Fire. Weather is 90 degrees, 31% RH, wind ssw @ 6, gusts to 16. There is a threat to 230 kV powerlines.
08/01/2018 0735 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 6,988 acres brush, timber, 15% contained. Level 1 evacuation warning remains for the Sunstar area. Spotting issues on the south side of the incident. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines.Approximately 2,450 acres have burned on the Klamath National Forest.
08/01/2018 0735 CA-PNF Crocker Fire: 84 acres of timber, brush, 25% contained. Fire remains within the planned managment area. No fire growth since 07/27/2018. 100% confirne strategy.
08/01/2018 0735 CA-MEU Eel Fire: 865 acres grass and oak woodland, 0% contained. Short range spotting. Structures threatened.
08/01/2018 0735 CA-SHU Corner Fire: 35 acres brush and timber, 95% contained.
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CA-NEU Butte Fire: 900 acres grass, 20% contained. Threat to major telecommunications tower and 230kV and 500kV powerlines.

08/01/2018 0735 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 90,912 acres grass, brush, timber, 24% contained (comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). Both fires remained active overnight with a total of 14,610 civilians are currently evacuated for the complex. CAL FIRE IMT-2 and USFS Mendocino National Forest (MNF) are managing this incident under unified command. River Fire: 31,898 acres grass, oak woodland, 38% contained. Ranch Fire: 59,014 acres oak woodland, brush 15% contained. Evacuations continue for the greater Potter Valley area to the Mendocino & Lake County line as well as areas of Southern Lakeport to Hwy 29 including Kelseyville, Finley, Big Valley Rancheria, Upper Lake, and Nice. Lake County jail has been evacuated. Road closures are in effect for portions of CA-175, CA-20 and CA-29. Continued threat to FAA radio communication link control tower and 115kV powerlines. Nine structures, nine minor structures and one multipul residence destroyed.
08/01/2018 0735 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 18,342 acres timber, brush, 40% contained. Structure threat remains for up to 460 residences. Mandatory evacuation for the communities of Spaulding, Buck Bay, Stones Landing, and numerous campgrounds. Threats continue to private timberlands, Antelope Mountain Lookout, and LMUD utility lines.
08/01/2018 0735 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 115,538 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 35% contained. Repopulations is continuing with approximately 15,253 civilans still displaced. Continued evacuations for portions of Old Shasta, Keswick, Victoria Highlands, Whiskeytown, Whiskey Creek, French Gulch, Summit City, Stafford Hills, Mary Lake, White Hawk, Country Estates, Sunset Terrace, Shasta Dam Visitor Center, and areas north of Happy Valley. Ongoing threat remains to the communities of Lewiston, Igo, Ono, and Gas Point. Threat remains for the Iron Mountain Mine, critical infrastructure, and many areas with natural and historical value. Road and trail closures in effect including Highway 299 in both directions. 1,018 residences and 435 outbuildings have been destroyed, 181 residences have been damaged and damage assessment is ongoing. Keswick Dam is restricted to minimal electrical output due to damaged powerlines and continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines. Three major Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) towers were destroyed which powers numerous Northern Coastal Communities. National Guard assigned, assisting in the protection of evacuated areas.
08/01/2018 0645 National Weather Service - Medford and Reno have issued Red Flag Warnings in effect from 2 PM this afternoon to 11 PM this evening for strong gusty winds and low humidity for fire weather zone 285 in Modoc County andfire weather zone 278 in Eastern Lassen County. Link
07/31/2018 1910 CA-MEU Eel Fire: 400 acres grass and oak woodland, 0% contained. Short range spotting. Structures threatened.
07/31/2018 1910 CA-SHU Corner Fire: 35 acres brush and timber, 90% contained.
07/31/2018 1910 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 80,408 acres grass, brush, timber, 12% contained (comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). Both fires remained active overnight with a total of 214,610 civilians are currently evacuated for the complex. CAL FIRE IMT-2 and USFS Mendocino National Forest (MNF) are managing this incident under unified command. River Fire: 28,869 acres grass, oak woodland, 12% contained. Ranch Fire: 51,539 acres oak woodland, brush 10% contained. Evacuations continue for the greater Potter Valley area to the Mendocino & Lake County line as well as areas of Southern Lakeport to Hwy 29 including Kelseyville, Finley, Big Valley Rancheria, Upper Lake, and Nice. Lake County jail has been evacuated. Road closures are in effect for portions of CA-175, CA-20 and CA-29. Critical communication and infrastructure remains threatened.
07/31/2018 1910 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 112,888 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 30% contained. Repopulations is continuing with approximately 15,253 civilans still displaced. Continued evacuations for portions of Old Shasta, Keswick, Victoria Highlands, Whiskeytown, Whiskey Creek, French Gulch, Summit City, Stafford Hills, Mary Lake, White Hawk, Country Estates, Sunset Terrace, Shasta Dam Visitor Center, and areas north of Happy Valley. Ongoing threat remains to the communities of Lewiston, Igo, Ono, and Gas Point. Threat remains for the Iron Mountain Mine, critical infrastructure, and many areas with natural and historical value. Road and trail closures in effect including Highway 299 in both directions. 965 residences and 397 outbuildings have been destroyed, 178 residences have been damaged and damage assessment is ongoing. National Guard assigned, assisting in the protection of evacuated areas.
07/31/2018 1910 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 16,850 acres timber, brush, 32% contained. Evacuation order remains for the community of Spaulding and numerous campgrounds in the area with new mandatory evacuations for the communities of Buck Bay and shores Landing. Threats continue to private timberlands, Osprey Managment Area, Eagle Lake Fisheries and cultural resources, Antelope Lookout, LMUD utility lines.
07/31/2018 1723 CA-MEU Eel Fire: 200 acres grass and oak woodland, 0% contained. There are 10 structures threatened. Evacuations in progress for Mendocino Pass Rd.
07/31/2018 1700 CA-MEU Eel Fire: 30 acres grass and oak woodland, 0% contained. Fire is located near County Road M1 and Mendocino Pass Rd, 9 mi east of Covelo. Moderate rate of spread with spotting up to a 1/4 mile ahead of the fire. Map Link
07/31/2018 0730 National Weather Service- Reno has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Wednesday afternoon through Thursday evening for gusty winds and low humidity for the Sierra Front, West Central Nevada Basin and Range, and Far Northeastern California. Link
07/31/2018 0715 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 110,154 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 27% contained. Fire remained active throughtout the night with uphill runs and isolated torching. Repopulations is continuing with approximately 15,883 civilans still displaced. Continued evacuations for portions of Old Shasta, Keswick, Victoria Highlands, Whiskeytown, Whiskey Creek, French Gulch, Summit City, Stafford Hills, Mary Lake, White Hawk, Country Estates, Sunset Terrace, Shasta Dam Visitor Center, and areas north of Happy Valley. Ongoing threat remains to the communities of Lewiston, Igo, Ono, and Gas Point. Threat remains for the Iron Mountain Mine, critical infrastructure, and many areas with natural and historical value. Road and trail closures in effect including Highway 299 in both directions. 884 residences and 347 outbuildings have been destroyed, 169 residences have been damaged and damage assessment is ongoing.
07/31/2018 0715 CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 74,408 acres grass, brush, timber, 12% contained (comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). Both fires remained active overnight with a total of 14,010 civilians are currently evacuated for the complex. CAL FIRE IMT-2 and USFS Mendocino National Forest (MNF) are managing this incident under unified command. River Fire: 27,069 acres grass, oak woodland, 8% contained. Ranch Fire: 47,339 acres oak woodland, brush 10% contained. Evacuations continue for the greater Potter Valley area to the Mendocino & Lake County line as well as areas of Southern Lakeport to Hwy 29 including Kelseyville, Finley, Big Valley Rancheria, Upper Lake, and Nice. Lake County jail has been evacuated. Road closures are in effect for portions of CA-175, CA-20 and CA-29. Critical communication and infrastructure remains threatened. There is also a threat to the Lake County Jail, Sutter Lakeside Hospital, and nearby schools.
07/31/2018 0715 CA-SHU Corner Fire: 35 acres brush and timber, 85% contained.
07/31/2018 0635 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 16,100 acres timber, brush, 32% contained. Evacuation order remains for the community of Spaulding and numerous campgrounds in the area. Road closures remain for portions of County Roads A21, A1 and USFS Road 231. Threats continue to private timberlands, Osprey Managment Area, Eagle Lake Fisheries and cultural resources, Antelope Lookout, LMUD utility lines
07/31/2018 0635 CA-LNU Steele Fire: 130 acres grass and brush, 90% contained. Final report unless significant change occures.
07/31/2018 0635 CA-PNF Crocker Fire: 84 acres of timber, brush, 25% contained. This fire is being managed for resource benefit. Fire remains within the planned managment area. No fire growth since 07/27/2018. 100% confirne strategy.
07/31/2018 0635 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 6,174 acres brush, timber, 15% contained. Level 1 evacuation warning remains for the Sunstar area. Teh fire continues to grow south towards Indian Creek. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. PNW-IMT1 (Livingston) assigned.
07/30/2018 1920 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 103,772 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 23% contained. Shifting winds and and steep terrain continues to challenge firefighting efforts. Re-populations for portions of Happy Valley, Shasta Lake City and portions of Redding Delta St, River Park Highlands, and River Park Highlands occurred today. Multiple areas still remain under an evacuation order. A threat remains to the Iron Mountain Mine, critical infrastructure, and many areas with natural and historical value. Road and trail closures in effect including Highway 299.
07/30/2018 1920

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 68,487 acres grass, brush, timber, 10% contained (comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). CAL FIRE IMT-2 and USFS Mendocino National Forest (MNF) are managing this incident under unified command. River Fire: 23,411 acres grass, oak woodland, 5% contained. Ranch Fire: 45,076 acres oak woodland, brush 5% contained. Mandatory evacuations exist in the greater Potter Valley area to the Mendocino & Lake County line as well as areas of Southern Lakeport to Hwy 29. Road closures are in effect for portions of CA-175, CA-20 and CA-29. Critical communication and infrastructure remains threatened. There is also a threat to the Lake County Jail, Sutter Lakeside Hospital, and nearby schools.

07/30/2018 1920 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 14,798 acres timber, brush, 20% contained. Evacuation order remains for the community of Spaulding and numerous campgrounds in the area. Road closures remain for portions of County Roads A21, A1 and USFS Road 231. Threats continue to private timberlands, Osprey Managment Area, Eagle Lake Fisheries and cultural resources, Antelope Lookout, LMUD utility lines
07/30/2018 0715 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 98,724 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 20% contained. New evacuation orders to Shasta/Trinity line at Buckhorn Summit. Evacuations continue for portions of Old Shasta, Keswick, Victoria Highlands, Whiskeytown, Whiskey Creek, French Gulch, Summit City, Stafford Hills, Mary Lake, White Hawk, County Heights Estates, Sunset Terrace, Shasta Dam Visitor Center and areas of north of Happy Valley. There is an ongoing threat to Igo, Ono and Gas Point Road. Threats remain for Iron Mountain Mine Superfund site and Hoadley repeater, which is critical to the public safety radio system. Hwy 299 remains closed in both directions. National Guard continues assignment in assisting in the proctection of the evacuated areas.
07/30/2018 0715 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 14,098 acres timber, brush, 20% contained. Evacuation order remains for the community of Spaulding and numerous campgrounds in the area. Road closures remain for portions of County Roads A21, A1 and USFS Road 231. Threats continue to private timberlands, Osprey Managment Area and cultural resources, Antelope Lookout, LMUD utility lines
07/30/2018 0715 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 5,360 acres brush, timber, 10% contained. Evacuation warning issued for the Sunstar area. Road and trail closures are in effect. There is a threat to private timber land and 69kV powerlines. PNW-IMT1 (Livingston) assigned.
07/30/2018 0715

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex: 35,076 acres grass, brush, timber, 10% contained (comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). CAL FIRE IMT-2 and USFS Mendocino National Forest (MNF) are managing this incident under unified command.

River Fire: 35,076 acres grass, oak woodland, 5% contained. Mandatory evacuations continue for all southern Lakeport areas south to Hwy 29. Continued road closures for portions of CA-175, CA-20 and CA-29. Six structures have been reported destroyed, as damage assessment continues. Threats remain to Lake County Jail, Sutter Lakeside Hospital and to the FAA radio communication link control tower.

Ranch Fire: 20, 911 acres oak woodland, brush 5% contained. Evacuations remain for the greater Potter Valley area to the Mendocino and Lake County Line.Threats to 115 kV powerlines.

07/30/2018 0715 CA-PNF Crocker Fire: 84 acres of timber, brush, 25% contained. This fire is being managed for resource benefit. Fire remains within the planned managment area. 100% confirne strategy.
07/30/2018 0715 CA-LMU Roxie Fire: 167 acres timber, 90% contained. This will be the final report unless signifcicant changes occur.
07/29/2018 1930 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 95,368 acres, grass, oak woodland and timber, 17% contained. Fire behavior remains active with short crown runs. Multiple structures continue to be threatened. Evacuation orders for areas of; West Redding, South of Shasta Dam West of I-5, North of SR-299 (Sun Dial Bridge), West of Buenaventura and North of Clear Creek, North Happy Valley,  Buckhorn Summit Road west to Trinity Dam Road up to the dam. Hwy 299 remains closed in both directions. The threat remains to Keswick hydroelectric, Carr Powerhouse, Iron Mountain Mine Superfund Site, private timberlands, 115kV and 230kV powerlines including the Western Area Power Administration which powers numerous Northern Coastal Communities. The number of displaced evacuees remains at 38,563 civilians. Six hundred and twenty seven residence have been destroyed and 143 damaged. Damage assessment is ongoing.
07/29/2018 1930 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 9,300 acres timber, brush and grass with 6% containmed. Wind driven runs with short range spotting and group torching. Evacuation orders in place for the community of Spaulding and numerous campgrounds and marinas. Threats include Private timberlands,Osprey Management Area, cultural resources and Antelope Lookout. Numerous road closures in place for the fire area. USFS NORCAL Team 1 and CAL FIRE Lassen Modoc Unit (LMU) are managing the fire under unified command.
07/29/2018 1930

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex 30,500 acres 10% contained, (comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). CAL FIRE IMT-2 and USFS Mendocino National Forest (MNF) are managing this incident under unified command. Mandatory evacuations include the greater Potter Valley area in Mendocino County and the Southern Lakeport area South to Highway 29 in Lake County. Road Closures include portions of CA-175, Hwy 20 and 29. Total of 6 residences have been confirmed destroyed. Damage assessment has been initiated.

River Fire: 14,200 acres grass and brush. Fire is located in steep inaccessable terrain, with extreme fire behavior and long range spotting. Numerous structures continue to be threatened. Additonal threats include; high voltage powerlines supplying power to 50,000 residents, Lake County Jail, Sutter Lakeside Hospital, commercial wineries, BLM Cow Mountain Recreation Area, UC Hopland Research and Extension Center, tribal lands including the Sho Ko Wah Casino.

Ranch Fire: 16,300 acres oak woodland, brush. Fire behavior has been extreme with uphill runs and torching. There are structures, communication towers and 115kV powerlines threatened.

07/29/2018 1930 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 4,613 acres brush, timber, 10% contained. Crews continue to make good progress with firing operations. Current threats include the communities of Indian Creek in Siskiyou County and Sunstar in DelNorte County .The threat remains to powerlines and timber. Approximately 1,395 acres have burned on the Klamath N.F. PNW-IMT 1 (Livingston) assigned.
07/29/2018 1930 CA-LMU Roxie Fire: 167 acres timber, 90% contained.
07/29/2018 1930 CA-PNF Crocker: 84 acres timber and brush, 10% contained This incident is being managed for resource benefit. Fire started 11:18 on 07/24/18. The fire remains in the management area. Mop-up of the fire perimeter is ongoing. A local type 3 team is committed.
07/29/2018 1100 National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect this morning through 0800 AM Monday morning for gusty west to northwest winds, high temperatures and low Relative Humidity. This warning includes the area of the the Carr Fire and Fire Weather Zones 213,215 and 263 (Northern Sacramento Valley to the Southern Tehama County Line). Conditions exist in the identified areas for plume dominated fire behavior.Link
07/29/2018 0900 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 89,194 acres, grass, oak woodland and timber, 5% contained. Fire behavior remains active with short crown runs. Structures remain threatened. Evacuations in effect for the portions of Old Shasta, Keswick, Victoria Highlands, Whiskeytown, Whiskey Creek, French Gulch, Summit City, Stafford Hills, Mary Lake, White Hawk Country Estates, Sunset Terrace, the Shasta Dam Visitor Center and areas North of Happy Valley. Hwy 299 remains closed in both directions. There is also a threat to Keswick hydroelectric, Carr Powerhouse, Iron Mountain Mine Superfund Site, private timberlands, 115kV and 230kV powerlines including the Western Area Power Administration which powers numerous Northern Coastal Communities. The number of displaced evacuees has increased to 38,563 civilians. Five hundred fifteen residence have been destroyed and 129 damaged.
07/29/2018 0900 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 8,971 acres timber, brush and grass with 6% containment. Wind driven runs with short range spotting and group torching. Evacuation orders in place for the community of Spaulding and numerous campgrounds and marinas. Threats include Private timberlands,Osprey Management Area, cultural resources and Antelope Lookout. Numerous road closures in place for the fire area. USFS NORCAL Team 1 and CAL FIRE Lassen Modoc Unit (LMU) are managing the fire under unified command.
07/29/2018 0900

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex 24,270 acres 10% contained, (comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). CAL FIRE IMT-2 and USFS Mendocino National Forest (MNF) are managing this incident under unified command.

River Fire: 11,028 acres grass and brush. Fire is located in steep inaccessable terrain, with extreme fire behavior and long range spotting. Numerous structures continue to be threatened with 4 confirmed destroyed. Additonal threats include; high voltage powerlines supplying power to 50,000 residents, Lake County Jail, Sutter Lakeside Hospital, commercial wineries, BLM Cow Mountain Recreation Area, UC Hopland Research and Extension Center, tribal lands including the Sho Ko Wah Casino. Evacuations in place for unincorporated areas of Lakeport, west of Hwy 29 and North of Highland and South Scott Valley

Ranch Fire: 13,242 acres oak woodland, brush. Exteme fire behavior with group torching and uphill runs. Evacuations for Middle Creek, Bachelor Valley and Whittier (Lake Co).There are structures, communication towers and 115kV powerlines threatened.

07/29/2018 0900 CA-PNF Crocker: 84 acres timber and brush, 10% contained (Managed for resource benefit). Fire started 11:18 on 07/24/18. The fire remains in the management area. Mop-up of the fire perimeter is ongoing.
07/29/2018 0900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 4,613 acres brush, timber, 10% contained. Crews continue to make good progress with firing operations. A Level 1 evacuation warning has been issued for the Sunstar area. The threat remains to powerlines and timber. Approximately 952 acres have burned on the Klamath N.F. PNW-IMT 1 (Livingston) assigned.
07/29/2018 0900 CA-LMU Roxie Fire: 167 acres timber, 85% contained.
07/28/2018 2000 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 8,000 acres timber, brush and grass with 5% containment. Wind driven runs with short range spotting and group torching. Evacuation orders in place for the community of Spaulding and numerous campgrounds and marinas threatened. Threats include Private timberlands,Osprey Management Area and cultural resources. Numerous road closures in place for the fire areas. Type 2 IMT (Coots) will assume command of the fire at 0800 tomorrow morning. .
07/28/2018 2000

CA-MEU Mendocino Complex 14,000 acres 10% contained, (comprised of both the River and Ranch incidents). CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) is assigned to the incident. Current threats include commercial and residential properties in several communities including the Lake County Seat and Agriculture packing, processing,and production facilities. There is also a threat to communications and power infrastructure that support Lake and Mendocino Counties. Major transportation routes and Lake County jail and Sutter Lakeside Hospital.

River Fire: 9,000 acres grass and brush. Fire is located in steep inaccessable terrain, with extreme fire behavior and long range spotting. Numerous structures continue to be threatened with 2 confirmed destroyed. Additonal threats include high voltage powerlines, commercial wineries, BLM Cow Mountain Recreation Area, UC Hopland Research and Extension Center, tribal lands including the Sho Ko Wah Casino. Evacuations in place for unincorporated areas of Lakeport, west of Hwy 29 and north of highland and south Scott Valley

Ranch Fire: 5000 acres oak woodland, brush. Exteme fire behavior with long range spotting observed. Evacuations for Middle Creek, Bachelor Valley and Whittier (Lake Co).There are structures, communication towers and 115kV powerlines threatened.

07/28/2018 2000 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 83,800 acres, brush and timber, 5% contained. Fire behavior remains extreme with long range spotting and wind driven runs. Structures remain threatened. Evacuations in effect for the portions of Old Shasta, Keswick, Victoria Highlands, Whiskeytown, Whiskey Creek, French Gulch, Summit City, Stafford Hills, Mary Lake, White Hawk Country Estates, Sunset Terrace, the Shasta Dam Visitor Center and areas north of Happy Valley. Hwy 299 remains closed in both directions. There is also a threat to Keswick hydroelectric, Carr Powerhouse, Iron Mountain Mine Superfund Site, private timberlands, 115kV and 230kV powerlines including the Western Area Power Administration which powers numerous Northern Coastal Communities. Five hundred residence have been destroyed and 117 damaged.
07/28/2018 2000 CA-PNF Crocker: 84 acres timber and brush, 10% contained (Managed for resource benefit). Fire started 11:18 on 07/24/18. The fire remains in the management area. Mop-up of the fire perimeter is ongoing.
07/28/2018 2000 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 3,777 acres brush, timber, 10% contained. Crews continue to make good progress with firing operations. A Level 1 evacuation warning has been issued for the Sunstar area. The threat remains to powerlines and timber. Approximately 952 acres have burned on the Klamath N.F. PNW-IMT 1 (Livingston) assigned.
07/28/2018 2000 CA-SCU Marsh Fire: 247 acres grass and oak woodland, 100% contained.
07/28/2018 2000 CA-SHU Crest Line Fire: 51 acres timber, 95% contained. Last report unless significant activity occurs.
07/28/2018 2000 CA-LMU Roxie Fire: 167 acres timber, 85% contained. There is a continued threat to structures and private timberands
07/28/2018 1100 National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 0750AM this morning through 0800 AM Monday morning for gusty west to northwest winds, high temperatures and low Relative Humidity. This warning includes the area of the the Carr Fire and Fire Weather Zones 213,215 and 263 (Northern Sacramento Valley to the Southern Tehama County Line). Conditions exist in the identified areas for plume dominated fire behavior.Link
07/28/2018 0735 CA-PNF Crocker: 83 acres timber and brush 2% contained (Managed for resource benefit). Located East of Crocker Campground, 7 miles NE of Portola. Fire started 11:18 on 07/24/18. Fire remains in the management area. Mop-up of the fire perimeter will continue today.
07/28/2018 0735 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 3,777 acres brush, timber, 10% contained. Crews continue to make good progress with firing operations. A Level 1 evacuation warning has been issued for the Sunstar area. The threat remains to powerlines and timber. Approximately 770 acres have burned on the Klamath N.F. PNW-IMT 1 (Livingston) assigned.
07/28/2018 0735 CA-SHU Crest Line Fire: 51 acres timber, 90% contained.
07/28/2018 0735 CA-LMU Roxie Fire: 167 acres timber, 80% contained. There is a continued threat to structures and private timberands
07/28/2018 0735 CA-MEU Ranch Fire: 3500 acres oak woodland, brush 2% contained. Exteme fire behavior with long range spotting observed. Evacuation warning are in effect for the Potter Valley area.There are structures,county and private communication towers as well as 115kV powerlines threatened. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) is assigned to the incident.
07/28/2018 0735 CA-MEU River Fire: 6,000 acres grass and brush, 2% contained. Fire is located in steep inaccessable terrain, with a dangerous rates of spread and long range spotting. Numerous structures continue to be threatened with 2 confirmed destroyed. Additonal threats include high voltage powerlines, commercial wineries, BLM Cow Mountain Recreation Area, UC Hopland Research and Extension Center, tribal lands including the Sho Ko Wah Casino. Fire is being managed by a Type 3 Incident Management Team.
07/28/2018 0735 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 80,906 acres, brush and timber, 5% contained. Fire behavior remains extreme with long range spotting and wind driven runs. Structures remain threatened. Evacuations are in effect for the communities of French Gulch, Old Shasta, Keswick, Victoria Highlands, Whiskeytown, Whiskey Creek, Summit City, and the Shasta Dam Visitor Center. Hwy 299 remains closed in both directions. There is also a threat to Keswick hydroelectric, Carr powerhouse, Iron Mountain Mine, and BLM Chappie OHV Park. Continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines including the Western Area Power Administration which powers numerous Northern Coastal Communities. Continued threat to private timber lands. Five hundred residence have been destroyed and 75 damaged.
07/28/2018 0735 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 2,000 acres timber, brush and grass with 0% containment. Wind driven runs with short range spotting and group torching observed. Structures are currently threatened, with the community of Spaulding, numerous campgrounds under mandatory evacuation orders. County Rd. A1 is closed in the fire area. A Type 2 IMT has been ordered to manage the incident.
07/27/2018 2020 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 44,450 acres, brush and timber, 3% contained. Fire behavior remains extreme with long range spotting and crowning. Structures remain threatened. Evacuations are in effect for the communities of French Gulch, Old Shasta, Keswick, Victoria Highlands, Whiskeytown, Whiskey Creek, Summit City, and the Dhasta Dam Visitor Center. Hwy 299 remains closed in both directions. There is also a threat to Keswick hydroelectric, Carr powerhouse, Iron Mountain Mine, and BLM Chappie OHV Park. Continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines including the Western Area Power Administration which powers numerous Northern Coastal Communities. Continued threat to private timber lands. Five hundred residence have been destroyed and 75 damaged.
07/27/2018 2020 CA-MEU Ranch Fire: 750 acres oak woodland, brush 1% contained. Exteme fire behavior with long range spotting observed. Evacuation warning in effect for the Potter Valley area.There are structures,county and private communication towers as well as 115kV powerlines threatened.
07/27/2018 1937 CA-SCU Marsh Fire: 247 acres grass and oak woodland, 90% contained. 1 structure destroyed. Evacuation advisory in effect. There continues to be multiple road closures. Powerlines remain threatened.
07/27/2018 1935 CA-LMU Roxie Fire: 167 acres timber, 80% contained. There is a continued threat to structures and private timberands.
07/27/2018 1934 CA-SHU Crest Line Fire: 51 acres timber, 90% contained.
07/27/2018 1927 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 2988 acres brush, timber, 10% contained. Crews continue to make good progress with firing operations. A Level 1 evacuation warning has been issued for the Sunstar area. A very hot air mass with poor air quality over the fire area. The threat remains to powerlines and timber. Approximately 770 acres have burned on the Klamath N.F. PNW-IMT 1 (Livingston) assigned.
07/27/2018 1913 CA-PNF Crocker: 83 acres timber and brush 2% contained (Managed for resource benefit). Located East of Crocker Campground, 7 miles NE of Portola. Fire started 1118, 07/24/18. Fire remains in the management area. Firring operations were intiated last night. Mop-up is currently taking place and there was a minor spotting issue today. Local Type3 Team is assigned IC Fergulia.
07/27/2018 1906 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 400 acres timber, 0% contained. Rapid rate of spread with structures threatened. Evacuation warning remains for the community of Spaulding. County rd. A1 is closed.
07/27/2018 1740 CA-MEU River Fire: 600 acres grass and oak woodland, 0% contained. Dangerous rate of spread with long range spotting observed. Continued threat to structures, 60kV powerlines and the UC Hopland Research and Extension Center. Evacuation warning for River Rd. in the Hopland area. North Bay Type 3 IMT on order.
07/27/2018 1740 CA-MEU Ranch Fire: 700 acres oak woodland, brush 0% contained. Exteme fire behavior with long range spotting observed. Evacuation warning in effect for the Potter Valley area.There are structures,county and private communication towers as well as 115kV powerlines threatened.
07/27/2018 1605 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 200 acres timber, 0% contained. Rapid rate of spread with structures threatened. Evacuations are currently in progress for the community of Spaulding
07/27/2018 1540 CA-MEU River Fire: 60 acres grass and oak woodland, 0% contained.Dangerous rate of spread and a threat to structures and 60kV powerlines
07/27/2018 1540 CA-MEU Ranch Fire: 250 acres oak woodland, brush 0% contained. Evacuation warning in effect for the Potter Valley area.There are structures and 115kV powerlines threatened.
07/27/2018 1450 CA-LNF Whaleback Fire: 25 acres timber, 0% contained. Moderate rate of spread. Map
07/27/2018 1425 CA-MEU Ranch Fire: 175 acres oak woodland, brush 0% contained. There are structure and 115kV powerlines and structures threatened.
07/27/2018 1420 CA-MEU River Fire: 20 acres grass and oak woodland, 0% contained.Dangerous rate of spread and a threat to structures and 60kV powerlines. Map
07/27/2018 1318 CA-MEU Ranch Fire: 40 acres oak woodland, brush 0% contained. Located Hwy 20 near Potter Valley, 8 miles NE of Ukiah. Dangerous rate of spread. There are powerlines and structures threatened. Map
07/27/2018 0800 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 44,450 acres, brush and timber, 3% contained. Fire behavior remains extreme with long range spotting and crowning. Structures remain threatened. Evacuations are in effect for the communities of French Gulch, Old Shasta, Keswick, Victoria Highlands, Whiskeytown, Whiskey Creek, Summit City, and the Dhasta Dam Visitor Center. Hwy 299 remains closed in both directions. There is also a threat to Keswick hydroelectric, Carr powerhouse, Iron Mountain Mine, and BLM Chappie OHV Park. Continued threat to 115kV and 230kV powerlines including the Western Area Power Administration which powers numerous Northern Coastal Communities. Continued threat to private timber lands. To date 37,363 civilans have been evacuated, ongoing threat to 4,978 residences, 12 commercial buildings. 65 residences have been destroyed, 55 residences damaged as well as numerous sail boats have been damaged in the Oak Bottom Marina. Damage assessment is ongoing. Cal Fire IMT1 and Whiskeytown National Park are in unified command.
07/27/2018 0800 CA-SCU Marsh Fire: 247 acres grass and oak woodland, 75% contained. Evacuation advisory in effect. There continues to be multiple road closures. Powerlines remain threatened.
07/27/2018 0800 CA-LMU Roxie Fire: 167 acres timber, 70% contained. There is a continued threat to structures and private timberands.
07/27/2018 0800 CA-SHU Crest Line Fire: 51 acres timber, 90% contained.
07/27/2018 0800 CA-SHU Highland Fire: 63 acres, 100% contained.
07/27/2018 0655 National Weather Service Sacramento has issues a Red Flag Warning in effect until midnight friday night for very hot , dry, and plume dominated fire weather conditions for fire weather zones 213, 215, and 263. Link
07/27/2018 0645 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 2,738 acres brush, timber, 10% contained. Crews continue to make good progress with firing operations. A very hot air mass with poor air quality over the fire area. The threat remains to powerlines and timber. Approximately 728 acres have burned on the Klamath N.F.
07/26/2018 1912

CA-SHU Carr Fire: 28,763 acres, brush and timber, 10% contained. Fire behavior remains extreme with long range spotting and crowning. Structures remain threatened. Evacuations are in effect for the communities of French Gulch, Old Shasta, Keswick, Victoria Highlands, Whiskeytown and Whiskey Creek. Hwy 299 remains closed in both directions. There have been 15 residences and 2 commercial buildings destroyed. Numerous sail boats have been damaged or destroyed. There is also a threat to Keswick hydroelectric, Carr powerhouse, powerlines, historical sites and private timber. There is also a threat to the Western Area Power Administration, which powers numerous Northern Coastal Communities. Cal Fire IMT1 and Whiskeytown National Park are in unified command.

07/26/2018 1911 CA-SHU Highland Fire: 63 acres, 95% contained.
07/26/2018 1909 CA-LMU Roxie Fire: 167 acres timber, 70% contained. There is a continued threat to structures and private timberands.
07/26/201 1908 CA-SHU Crest Line Fire: 51 acres timber, 80% contained.
07/26/2018 1901 CA-SCU Marsh Fire: 247 acres grass and oak woodland, 75% contained. 1 structure destroyed. Evacuation advisory in effect. There continues to be multiple road closures. Powerlines remain threatened.
07/26/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 2,414 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Crews continue to make good progress with firing operations. A Red Flag Warning has been issued near the fire area from 1400 to 1900 on Thursday for gusty winds and low humidity. The threat remains to powerlines and timber.
07/26/2018 1617 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 28,763 acres, brush and timber, 10% contained. Fire behavior remains extreme with long range spotting and crowning. Structures remain threatened. Evacuations are in effect for the communities of French Gulch, Old Shasta, Keswick, Victoria Highlands, Whiskeytown and Whiskey Creek. Hwy 299 remains closed in both directions. There is also a threat to Keswick hydroelectric, Carr powerhouse, powerlines, historical sites and private timber. There is also a threat to the Western Area Power Administration, which powers numerous Northern Coastal Communities. Cal Fire IMT1 and Whiskeytown National Park are in unified command.
07/26/2018 0740 CA-SCU Marsh Fire: 247 acres grass and oak woodland, 0% contained. Forward progress has been stopped. Multiple structures destroyed.
07/26/2018 0740 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 20,000 acres, brush and timber, 10% contained. Fire behavior remains extreme with long range spotting and crowning. Evacuations are in effect for the communities of French Gulch, Old Shasta and Keswick. Hwy 299 remains closed in both directions. There is also a continued threat to powerlines, historical sites and private timber.
07/26/2018 0740 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 2,738 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. A Red Flag Warning has been issued near the fire area from 1400 to 2000 on Thursday for gusty winds and low humidity. The threat remains to powerlines and timber.
07/26/2018 0740 CA-SHU Highland Fire: 63 acres, 90% contained.
07/26/2018 0740 CA-LMU Roxie Fire: 167 acres timber, 55% contained. There is a continued threat to structures and private timberands.
07/26/2018 0740 CA-SHU Crest Line Fire: 51 acres timber, 70% contained.
07/25/2018 1915 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 6,773 acres, brush and timber, 10% contained. Fire behavior was extreme today with long range spotting and crowning. The community of French Gulch remains under an evacuation order and Hwy 299 remains closed in both directions. There is also a threat to powerlines, historical sites and private timber.
07/25/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 2,414 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Crews continue to make good progress with firing operations. A Red Flag Warning has been issued near the fire area from 1400 to 1900 on Thursday for gusty winds and low humidity. The threat remains to powerlines and timber.
07/25/2018 1900 CA-SHU Highland Fire: 63 acres, 90% contained. There was no fire growth on the incident today.
07/25/2018 1900 CA-LMU Roxie Fire: 167 acres timber, 55% contained. The decrease in fire size is due to better mapping of the fire perimeter. There was no fire growth today and private timber remains threatened.
07/25/2018 1900 CA-SHU Crest Line Fire: 51 acres timber, 70% contained. Evacuation orders remain in place. There was no fire growth today.
07/25/2018 1800 CA-SCU Marsh Fire: 225 acres grass and oak woodland, 0% contained. Fire continues to threaten structures and roads remain closed.
07/25/2018 1720 CA-SCU Marsh Fire: 110 acres grass, 0% contained. Fire is located off Marsh Creek Rd. two miles east of Mount Diablo. Fire is burning with a dangerous rate of spread. Multiple structures have been destroyed with a continued threat to structures. Road closures in the area are in place. Map
07/25/2018 0743 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 4500 acres, brush and timber, 24% contained. There continues to be a threat to structures, powerlines and private timber lands. Mandatory evacuations remain for the community of French Gulch. Hwy 299 and Trinity Mtn. Rd. remain closed in both directions. This fire is in unified command between Cal Fire and the National Park Service.
07/25/2018 0741 CA-SCU Country Fire: 320 acres grass, 100% contained.
07/25/2018 0735 CA-LMU Roxie Fire: 250 acres timber, 40% contained. The fire is located near Roxie Peconom Campground, west of Willard Creek, 10 miles west of Susanville. Structures and private timber lands remain threatened.
07/25/2018 0727 CA-SHU Crest Line Fire: 50 acres timber, 20% contained. Forward progress has been stopped. Evacuation orders remain in effect and structures remain threatened.
07/25/2018 0724 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 2,414 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. The threat to powerlines and private timber remains. Fire has burned approx. 503 acres on the Klamath N.F.
07/24/2018 1620 CA-SHU Crest Line Fire: 50 acres timber, 0% contained, burning at a critical rate of spread. The fire is located at Crest Line Dr x Hunt Rd., Montgomery Creek, 10 miles west of Burney. There are evacuations in progress and structures are threatened. Map
07/24/2018 0757 CA-SCU Country Fire: 320 acres grass, 80% contained.
07/24/2018 0753 CA-MEU Heart Fire: 47 acres grass and brush, 95% contained.
07/24/2018 0750 CA-SHU Highland Fire: 63 acres, 90% contained.
07/24/2018 0741 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 2500 acres, brush and timber, 5% contained. There continues to be a threat to structures and powerlines. Mandatory evacuations remain for the community of French Gulch. Hwy 299 and Trinity Mtn. Rd. remain closed in both directions. This fire is in unified command between Cal Fire and the National Park Service.
07/24/2018 0730 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 2,092 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. The fire transitioned to a Type 1 IMT (Livingston). Powerlines and private timber remain threatened. The fire has burned approx. 502 acres on the Klamath N.F.
07/23/2018 1618 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 1000 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. Threat to structures and powerlines. Mandatory evacuations to the community of French Gulch. Hwy 299 closed in both directions.
07/23/2018 1507 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 350 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. Threat to structures and powerlines. Mandatory evacuations to the community of French Gulch. Hwy 299 closed in both directions.
07/23/2018 1417 CA-SHU Carr Fire: 50 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. Fire is located Hwy 299 x Carr Powerhouse Rd. Critical rate of spread. Threat to structures and powerlines. Map
07/23/2018 0720 CA-MDF Battle Fire: 223 acres grass, 0% contained. Minimal overnight activity, increase in acreage due to better mapping. Threat to powerlines mitigated.
07/23/2018 0720 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 1,911 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Crews making good progress on the north and east sides. Scouting continues for line placement on the south and west side of the fire. The threat to powerlines and private timber remains. Fire has burned approx. 420 acres on the Klamath N.F.
07/23/2018 0720 CA-SHU Highland Fire: 63 acres, 80% contained.
07/23/2018 0720 CA-LNU Carder Fire: 57 acres grass and brush, 90% contained.
07/23/2018 0720 CA-MEU Hart Fire: 65 acres grass and brush, 90% contained.
07/23/2018 0720 CA-SCU Country Fire: 320 acres grass, 80% contained. Forward rate of spread has been stopped. Evacuations remain in place, threat to communication infrastructure.
07/22/2018 1900 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 1,554 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. The threat to powerlines and private timber remains.
07/22/2018 1900 CA-LNU Carder Fire: 57 acres grass and brush, 80% contained.
07/22/2018 1900 CA-MEU Hart Fire: 65 acres grass and brush, 90% contained.
07/22/2018 1900 CA-SHU Highland Fire: 63 acres, 60% contained.
07/22/2018 1900 CA-MDF Battle Fire: 65 acres grass, 0% contained. Forward spread stopped with moderate precipitation over the fire area.
07/22/2018 1735 CA-MDF Battle Fire: 50 acres grass, 0% contained. Forward spread has been slowed with retardant. A threat remains to 500kV powerlines.
07/22/2018 1620 CA-MDF Battle Fire: 35 acres grass, 0% contained. Fire is located 4 miles North of Tionesta. Fire is burning with a high rate of spread and is threatening 500kV powerlines.Map
07/22/2018 1620 CA-SCU Country Fire: 300 acres grass, 40% contained. Fire is located near Country Club Rd. in Milpitas. There is a threat to structures and evacuations are in place. 230kV powerlines are threatened. Map
07/22/2018 0730 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 1,554 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. There is a Red Flag Warning issued near the fire area from 1100 to 2300 today for abundant lightning on dry fuels. A threat remains to power lines and timber.
07/22/2018 0730 CA-SHU Highland Fire: 63 acres, 40% contained. No Fire growth as crews continue to strengthen control lines.
07/22/2018 0730 CA-MEU Hart Fire: 65 acres grass and brush, 50% contained. All traffic control on Hwy 101 has been lifted in the fire area.
07/22/2018 0730 CA-LNU Carder Fire: 57 acres grass and brush, 40% contained. There was no overnight fire growth. A decrease in acreage is due to better mapping.
07/21/2018 1845 CA-LNU Carder Fire: 60 acres grass and brush, 20% contained. Evacuations in place for Adobe Creek Rd., Carter Ln., and Wight Ln.One residential structure destroyed. Forward spread has been stopped.
07/21/2018 1845 CA-MEU Hart Fire: 65 acres grass and brush, 50% contained. Northbound Hwy 101 open one lane in each direction. 60kV powerlines de-energized. Forward spread has been stopped.
07/21/2018 1845 CA-SHU Highland Fire: 63 acres, 30% contained.
07/21/2018 1845 CA-BTU Simmons Fire: 43 acres grass and oak woodland, 100% contained.
07/21/2018 1845 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush and timber, 100% contained.
07/21/2018 1840 CA-MDF Juniper Fire: 79 acres grass, timber, 100% contained.
07/21/2018 1840 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 1,372 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Active fire behavior with long range spotting. Incident started on the Rogue River - Siskiyou N.F. and has burned onto the Klamath N.F. (approx. 389 acres burned on the Klamath N.F.). Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area until 2100 tonight for high winds and low RH. A threat remains to powerlines and timber.
07/21/2018 1645 CA-LNU Carder Fire: 60 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Evacuations in progress for Adobe Creek Rd. and Carter Ln. One structure destroyed.
07/21/2018 1645 CA-MEU Hart Fire: 45 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Northbound Hwy 101 closed at mile marker 35. Reverse 911 activated for Redwood Valley. 60kV powerlines threatened
07/21/2018 1630 CA-LNU Carder Fire: 40 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Evacuations in progress for Adobe Creek Rd. and Carter Ln. One structure destroyed. Map
07/21/2018 1620 CA-MEU Hart Fire: 25 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Moderate rate of spread with 60kV powerlines threatened. Map
07/21/2018 1510 National Weather Service Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning For Modoc, Siskiyou, and Klamath Counties in effect from 11am to 11pm Sunday for abundant lightning on dry fuels for fire weather zones 280...281...282... 284...285...621...622...623...624 and 625 Link
07/21/2018 0810 CA-BTU Simmons Fire: 43 acres grass and oak woodland, 95% contained. Fire activity remains minimal as crews continue mop up operations. This will be the final report unless a significant change occurs.
07/21/2018 0810 CA-MDF Eagle Fire: 2,100 acres grass, brush, 100% contained.
07/21/2018 0805 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 1,372 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Crews are making good progress on the southern and eastern flanks of the incident while crews conducted burning operations on the northeastern side of the incident. A threat remains to powerlines and timber.
07/21/2018 0805 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush and timber, 99% contained.
07/21/2018 0805 CA-SHU Highland Fire: 60 acres, 10% contained. Limited access and steep terrain. 60kV powerlines in the area.
07/20/2018 1830 CA-SHU Highland Fire: 50 acres, 0% contained. Limited access and steep terrain. 60kV powerlines in the area.
07/20/2018 1815 CA-BTU Simmons Fire: 43 acres grass and oak woodland, 95% contained.
07/20/2018 1815 CA-LNU Eighty-Eight Fire: 822 acres grass and brush, 100% contained
07/20/2018 1815 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush and timber, 99% contained.
07/20/2018 1815 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 1048 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Active fire behavior with long range spotting. The incident started on the Rogue River Siskiyou National Forest and has burned onto the Klamath National Forest. There is a threat to private timber and 69kV powerlines. Northwest IMT2 Lawson assigned.
07/20/2018 1815 CA-MDF Eagle Fire: 2,100 acres grass, brush, 95% contained.
07/20/2018 1815 CA-LNF L-1 Fire: 20 acres slash and timber, 100% contained.
07/20/2018 1815 CA-MDF Juniper Fire: 79 acres grass, timber, 80% contained. Crews continue to secure existing fire lines.
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National Weather Service Medford has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Sunday afternoon through Sunday evening for abundant lightning on dry fuels for fire weather zones 280...281...282... 284...285...621...622...623...624 and 625. Link

07/20/2018 1555 CA-SHU Highland Fire: 50 acres brush and timber, 0% contained. Short range spotting, difficult access for ground resources.
07/20/2018 1435 CA-SHU Highland Fire: 20 acres brush and timber, 0% contained. The fire is located at Highland Ridge Rd x Trinity Mt. Rd., in French Gulch. Moderate rate of spread with 60kV powerlines in the area. Map
07/20/2018 0730 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush and timber, 98% contained.
07/20/2018 0730 CA-LNU Eighty-Eight Fire: 822 acres grass and brush, 90% contained.
07/20/2018 0730 CA-BTU Simmons Fire: 43 acres grass and oak woodland, 85% contained. Evacuation warning for Simmons Ranch Road.
07/20/2018 0730 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 1040 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. The incident started on the Rogue River Siskiyou National Forest and has burned onto the Klamath National Forest. There is a threat to private timber and 69kV powerlines. Northwest IMT2 Lawson assigned.
07/20/2018 0730 CA-MDF Eagle Fire: 2,100 acres grass, brush, 95% contained.
07/20/2018 0730 CA-LNF L-1 Fire: 20 acres slash and timber, 75% contained. Crews continue heavy mop up. Impact to the Spencer Meadow Loop Trail.
07/20/2018 0730 CA-MDF Juniper Fire: 77 acres grass, timber, 30% contained. No fire growth overnight. No threats.
07/19/2018 1840 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 400 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. The incident started on the Rogue River Siskiyou National Forest and has burned onto the Klamath National Forest. There is a threat to private timber and 69kV powerlines. Northwest IMT2 Lawson assigned.
07/19/2018 1840 CA-MDF Eagle Fire: 2,100 acres grass, brush, 95% contained.
07/19/2018 1840 CA-LNF L-1 Fire: 20 acres slash and timber, 40% contained. Minimal fire growth overnight. Crews continue heavy mop up. Impact to the Spencer Meadow Loop Trail.
07/19/2018 1840 CA-MDF Juniper Fire: 77 acres grass, timber, 30% contained. Minimal fire growth today. No threats.
07/19/2018 1840 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush and timber, 98% contained.
07/19/2018 1840 CA-LNU Eighty-Eight Fire: 820 acres grass and brush, 90% contained.
07/19/2018 1840 CA-BTU Simmons Fire: 43 acres grass and oak woodland, 75% contained. Evacuation warning for Simmons Ranch Road.
07/19/2018 0745 CA-MDF Juniper Fire: 130 acres grass, timber, 5% contained. Moderate fire behavior, flanking and single tree tourching. No threats. Two additional fires are in the same vacinity the Tank Fire: 1 acre, 100% contained and the Pass Fire: 5 acres, 100% contained.
07/19/2018 0745 CA-LNF L-1 Fire: 14 acres slash and timber, 0% contained. Minimal fire growth overnight. Crew continue to secure lines and heavy mop up. Impact to the Spencer Meadow Loop Trail.
07/19/2018 0745 CA-MDF Eagle Fire: 2,100 acres grass, brush, 90% contained.
07/19/2018 0745 CA-LNU Eighty-Eight Fire: 820 acres grass and brush, 80% contained. Large increase in acres due to better mapping. Structure has been mitigated.
07/19/2018 0745 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush and timber, 98% contained.
07/19/2018 0745 CA-SKU Steamboat Fire: 224 acres grass and brush, 100% contained.
07/19/2018 0745 OR-RSF Natchez Fire: 767 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. The incident started on the Rogue River Siskiyou National Forest and has burned approx. 180 acres on the Klamath National Forest. There is a threat to private timber and 69kV powerlines. Northwest IMT2 Lawson assigned.
07/18/2018 1915 CA-MDF Juniper Fire: 50 acres grass, timber, 0% contained. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread and is located 1 mile west of Juniper Ridge, 2 miles north of Telephone Flat Reservior. There are no threats. Two additional fires are in the same vacinity the Tank Fire: 1 acre, 0% contained and the Pass Fire: 5 acres, 0% contained.
07/18/2018 1915 CA-LNF L-1 Fire: 14 acres slash and timber, 0% contained. There are no threats, however there is an impact to the Spencer Meadow Loop Trail.
07/18/2018 1915 CA-MDF Eagle Fire: 2,100 acres grass, brush, 90% contained. The fire has transistioned to a Type 4 team.
07/18/2018 1915 OR-RSF/KNF Natchez Fire: 581 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Active fire observed today with uphill runs. The incident started on the Rogue River Siskiyou National Forest and has burned onto the Klamath National Forest. There is a threat to private timber and 69kV powerlines.
07/18/2018 1915 CA-MDF Meadows Fire: 60 acres grass, brush, 100% contained.
07/18/2018 1915 CA-LNU Eighty-Eight Fire: 250 acres grass and brush, 40% contained. The forward spread has been stopped and the structure threat mitigated.
07/18/2018 1915 CA-SKU Steamboat Fire: 224 acres grass and brush, 95% contained.
07/18/2018 1915 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush and timber, 98% contained.
07/18/2018 1720 CA-LNF L-1 Fire: 15 acres slash, timber, 0% contained. The fire is located at Hwy 36 north of Doe Mountain, 6.5 miles NE of Mineral. The fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread. There are no threats, but there is an impact to the Spencer Meadow Loop Trail. A significant augmentation of air resources are assigned to incident.
07/18/2018 1620 CA-LNU Eighty-Eight Fire: 80 acres grass, brush, 20% contained. Structures and powerlines continue to be threatened.
07/18/2018 1540 CA-LNU Eighty Eight Fire: 40 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Fire is located at County Road 88 x County Road 29, 5 miles north of Winters. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread. There are threats to structures and 115 kV powerlines. Map
07/17/2018 0725 CA-MDF Eagle Fire: 2,100 acres grass, brush, 90% contained.
07/17/2018 0725 CA-MDF Meadows Fire: 60 acres grass, brush, 90% contained.
07/17/2018 0725 CA-SKU Steamboat Fire: 224 acres grass, brush, 90% contained.
07/17/2018 0725 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush, timber, 97% contained.
07/17/2018 1900 CA-MDF Eagle Fire: 2,100 acres grass, brush, 90% contained. No significant events occurred.
07/17/2018 1900 CA-MDF Meadows Fire: 60 acres grass, brush, 90% contained.
07/17/2018 1900 CA-LNU 3-18 Fire: 32 acres grass, brush, 100% contained.
07/17/2018 1900 CA-LNU 3-10 Fire: 56 acres grass, brush, 100% contained.
07/17/2018 1900 CA-SKU Steamboat Fire: 224 acres grass, brush, 85% contained.
07/17/2018 1900 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush, timber, 96% contained. Crews continue mop up.
07/17/2018 0715 CA-MDF Eagle Fire: 2,100 acres grass, brush, 41% contained. Unstaffed overnight with no significant events
07/17/2018 0715 CA-MDF Meadows Fire: 60 acres grass, brush, 50% contained. No fire growth.
07/17/2018 0715 CA-LNU 3-18 Fire: 32 acres grass, brush, 95% contained.
07/17/2018 0715 CA-LNU 3-10 Fire: 56 acres grass, brush, 95% contained
07/17/2018 0715 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush, timber, 96% contained.
07/17/2018 0715 CA-SKU Steamboat Fire: 224 acres grass, brush, 80% contained.
07/16/2018 1830 CA-MDF Eagle Fire: 2,100 acres grass, brush, 41% contained. No fire growth over the last two days.Threat to structures has been mitigated. Approximately 1,800 acres of Sage Grouse habitat has been burned.
07/16/2018 1830 Modoc National Forest, Lightning Fire Update: 11 new fires today totaling less than 5 acres. Meadows Fire: 60 acres grass, brush, 50% contained. No fire growth today. Three Springs Fire: 5 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Thunder cells in the area with road access slowing responding resources. Conclin Fire: 2 acres brush, 0% contained. Located in the South Warner Wilderness in steep, rugged terrain.
07/16/2018 1830 Klamath National Forest Lightning Fire Update: 6 new fires today totaling less than 5 acres. All incidents on the forest have been less than 1 acre.
07/16/2018 1830 CA-TGU Lariat Fire 33 acres, grass and oak woodland, 95% contained.
07/16/2018 1830 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained.
07/16/2018 1830 CA-SKU Steamboat Fire: 224 acres grass, brush, 75% contained.
07/16/2018 1830 CA-LNU 3-10 Fire: 56 acres grass, brush, 70% contained
07/16/2018 1830 CA-LNU 3-18 Fire: 32 acres grass, brush, 70% contained.
07/16/2018 0730 CA-MDF Eagle Fire: 2,100 acres grass, brush, 30% contained. Ranches remain threatened in the Emerson Canyon area. Approximately 1,958 acres of Sage Grouse habitat has been burned.
07/16/2018 0730 Modoc National Forest, Lightning Fire Update: 23 total fires. No new fires overnight. Meadows Fire: 60 acres grass, brush, 20% contained. Forward rate of spread has been stopped. Sage grouse habitat is threatened. All other fires are < 5 acres and either staffed or in patrol status.
07/16/2018 0730 Lassen National Forest, Lightning Fire Update: 2 fires, one is under .5 acre and contained. H-2 Fire: 62 acres, 25% contained, fire was unstaffed overnight due to sng hazard.
07/16/2018 0730 Six Rivers National Forest Lightning Fire Update: 2 fires, 1 is fully contained. No new fires overnight. Eighteen Fire: 8 acres timber, brush 0% contained. Forward rate of spread has been stopped, staffed with smoke jumpers.
07/16/2018 0730 Klamath National Forest Lightning Fire Update: 24 fires, 19 are staffed and under 1 acre with crews responding to all other fires this morning. 4 new fires overnight and active IA this morning. Assisting with 4 fires on the Rogue River-Siskiyou N.F. the largest is approx. 10 acres.
07/16/2018 0730 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained. The Pacific Crest Trail remains closed in Soda Mountain Wilderness. Transition back to the local unit is planned for 0700.
07/16/2018 0730 CA-LNU 3-18 Fire: 32 acres grass, brush, 5% contained. Fire is located at Punkin Center Rd x Juniper Rd, Iverson Lake, 6 miles SE of community of Bieber.
07/16/2018 0730 CA-LNU 3-10 Fire: 56 acres grass, brush, 50% contained
07/16/2018 0730 CA-SKU Steamboat Fire: 224 acres grass, brush, 70% contained.
07/16/2018 0730 CA-TGU Tuscan Fire; 50 acres grass and brush, 100% contained.
07/15/2018 1900 Klamath National Forest Lightning Fire Update: 19 fires, 18 are staffed and under 1 acre, 1 fire has crews enroute. There was varying precipitation ranging from heavy to none.
07/15/2018 1900 Six Rivers National Forest Lightning Fire Update: 2 fires, 1 is fully contained. Eighteen Fire: 10 acres timber, brush 0% contained. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread and is staffed with smoke jumpers.
07/15/2018 1900 Lassen National Forest, Lightning Fire Update: 2 fires, one is under .5 acre and contained. H-2 Fire: 62 acres, 25% contained, with line around 3/4 of the fire.
07/15/2018 1900 Modoc National Forest, Lightning Fire Update: 23 total fires; Kelly Fire- 52 acres grass, brush, 100% contained. Meadows Fire: 60 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Sage grouse habitat is threatened. All other fires are < 5 acres and either staffed or in patrol status. Many areas received a substanial amount of rain this afternoon.
07/15/2018 1900 CA-MDF Eagle Fire: 2,100 acres grass, brush, 30% contained. Minimal fire behavior with isolated areas of torching in heavier fuels. Ranch homes remain threatened in teh Emerson Canyon area. Red Flag warning remains in effect until 2300 tonight for abundant lightning and dry fuels.
07/15/2018 1900 CA-LNU 3-18 Fire: 40 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Fire is located at Punkin Center Rd x Juniper Rd, Iverson Lake, 6 miles SE of community of Bieber. Significant augmentation of air resources on fire. Map
07/15/2018 1900 CA-LNU 3-10 Fire: 56 acres grass, brush, 0% contained
07/15/2018 1900 CA-SKU Steamboat Fire: 224 acres grass, brush, 55% contained. Forward spread has stopped. The threat to the Shasta Valley Wildlife Refuge Area has been mitigated.
07/15/2018 1900 CA-BTU Stoney Fire: 956 acres grass, oak woodland, 76% contained. No fire growth over the last several days. This will be the final report unless significant activity occurs.
07/15/2018 1900 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained. The Pacific Crest Trail remains closed in Soda Mountain Wilderness. The Red Flag Warning remains in effect until 2300 tonight for abundant lightning and dry fuels. Transition back to the local unit is planned for tomorrow.
07/15/2018 1700 CA-MDF Meadows Fire: 60 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. The fire is located at Fletcher Creek near County Rd. 73, 17 miles west of Goose Lake. It is burning at a moderate rate of spread and is burning through Sage Grouse habitat.
07/15/2018 1530 CA-SKU Steamboat Fire: 224 acres grass, brush, 50% contained. Threat contiues to the Shasta Valley Wildlife Refuge Area.
07/15/2018 1530 CA-LMU 3-10 Fire: 40 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Fire is located at Hwy 299 E x Little Valley Rd., Dixie Valley Peak, 16 miles east of Fall River Mills. Fire is burning at a moderate of spread. Map
07/15/2018 1300 CA-SKU Steamboat Fire: 40 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Fire is located at Ball Mountain Rd., Shasta Valley Wildlife Refuge Area, 4 mi SE of Montague. The fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread and there is a threat to the wildlife refuge area. Map
07/15/2018 0800 CA-MDF Eagle Fire: 1,600 acres grass, brush, 20% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed over night. Fire has burned approximately 200 acres into the South Warner Wilderness. Threats continue to the community of Eagleville and surrounding areas. Red Flag Warning over fire area remains in effect from 11 AM to 11 PM for abundant lightning and dry fuels.
07/15/2018 0800 CA-MDF Kelly Fire: 35 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Forward spread has been stopped. The threat to Devils Garden Camp has been mitigated. There is a Red Flag Warning over the fire are from 11 AM to 11 PM for abundant lightning and dry fuels
07/15/2018 0800 CA-BTU Stoney Fire: 956 acres grass, oak woodland, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering observed over night.
07/15/2018 0800 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained. The Pacific Crest Trail remains closed in Soda Mountain Wilderness. The Red Flag Warning remains in effect from 1100 to 2300 for lightning and dry fuels.
07/14/2018 2015 CA-MDF Kelly Fire: 20 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Fire is located west of Devils Garden CDCR Camp, 8 miles NW of Alturas. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread with a threat to the CDCR Devils Garden Conservation Camp. Map
07/14/2018 1900 CA-NOD Eagle Fire: 1,600 acres grass, brush, 20% contained. Decrease Fire behavior has been active with terrain driven runs. There is a threat to structures in the area of Eagleville. There is also a threat to Sage Grouse habitat and the South Warner Wilderness.
07/14/2018 1845

CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 38,008 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained. The Pacific Crest Trail remains closed in the Soda Mountain Wilderness. A Red Flag Warning has been issued over the fire area tomorrow from 1100 to 2300 for lightning and dry fuels.

07/14/2018 1845

CA-BTU Stoney Fire: 956 acres grass, oak woodland, 65% contained. Crews continue to secure containment lines and mop up.

07/14/2018 1845

CA-LNU County Fire: 90,288 acres oak woodland, 100% contained.

07/14/2018 1845

CA-LNU County Fire: 90,288 acres oak woodland, 100% contained.

07/14/2018 1600 National Weather Service - Eureka has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 2 PM to 11 PM Sunday for isolated to scattered thunderstorms. Link
07/14/2018 1530 National Weather Service -Medford has upgraded the Fire Weather Watch to a Red Flag Warning from 11 AM to 11 PM Sunday for abundant lightning on dry fuels for portions of Modoc County (Fire Weather Zones 285, 624, 625), Siskiyou Mountains and Southern Oregon Cascades (FWZ 621 and 623) and Central Siskiyou County and portions of Trinity National Forest. (FWZ 280, 281, 282, 284). Link
07/14/2018 1100 CA-NOD Eagle Fire: 1,900 acres grass, brush, 5% contained. Fire is within 1/2 mile of the South Warner Wilderness on the Modoc National Forest. Structures and Sage Grouse habitat continue to be threatened.
07/14/2018 0740 National Weather Service-Medford has issued a Fire Weather Watch from Sunday afternoon through Sunday evening for abundant lightning on dry fuels for portions of Modoc County (Fire Weather Zones 285, 624, 625) and portions of Siskiyou County (FWZ 280, 281, 282, 284) Link.
07/14/2018 0715 CA-NOD Eagle Fire: 1,000 acres grass, brush, 5% contained. Fire spread diminished overnight. Evacuations have been lifted. There are continued threats to structures and Sage Grouse habitat.
07/14/2018 0715 CA-BTU Stoney Fire: 956 acres grass, oak woodland, 55% contained. Minimal fire activity was observed overnight. Crews continue to strengthen lines and mop up.
07/14/2018 0715 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 37,900 acres grass, brush, timber, 90% contained. Crews continue to strengthen and improve control lines.
07/14/2018 0715 CA-LNU County Fire: 90,288 acres oak woodland, 97% contained.
07/13/2018 2230 CA-NOD Eagle Fire: 100 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Fire is located near the intersection of County Rd. 40 and County Rd. 1, 2 miles south of Eagleville. Evacuations are in progress with a threat to structures. Fire is burning through critical Sage Grouse habitat. Map
07/13/2018 1850 CA-LNU County Fire: 90,288 acres oak woodland, 97% contained.
07/13/2018 1850 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 37,900 acres grass, brush, timber, 85% contained. All evacuations and evacuation warnings have been lifted. An impact to the Pacific Crest Trail remains.
07/13/2018 1850 CA-BTU Stoney Fire: 700 acres grass, oak woodland, 40% contained. Fire behavior has been moderate. Evacuation and road closures have been lifted. The threat to power lines has been mitigated.
07/13/2018 1200 CA-BTU Stoney Fire: 650 acres grass, oak woodland, 20% contained. Evacuations remain in effect for Forest Ranch. Road closure for Humboldt Road remains in effect and Hwy 32 is now open with controlled traffic.
07/13/2018 1100 CA-BTU Stoney Fire: 500 acres grass, oak woodland, 5% contained. Mandatory evacuations for the lower Forest Ranch in the City of Chico. Road closure between Bruce and Santo Ranch Rd. and Humboldt Rd in both directions remains in effect. There are threats to 500 kV powerlines.
07/13/2018 0745 CA-BTU Stoney Fire: 150 acres grass, oak woodland, 0% contained. The fire is located at Hwy 32 x Bruce Rd., Upper Bidwell Park, Chico. Evacuation orders in effect for the city and county areas around the fire. Hwy 32 is closed between Bruce Road, and Santo Ranch Road. In addition, Humboldt Road is closed in both directions. Map
07/13/2018 0745 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 36,500 acres grass, brush, timber, 80% contained. Evacuation advisories still in effect for areas of Colestine, Mt. Ashland, and portions of Jackson County. Thunderstorms possible over the fire area today.
07/13/2018 0745 CA-LNU County Fire: 90,288 acres oak woodland, 95% contained.
07/12/2018 1830 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 36,500 acres grass, brush, timber, 75% contained. Evacuation Advisory and trail closures remain in effect as previously reported. "Be Ready" evacuation order for west of I-5, south of Mt. Ashland Ski Rd. and north of California-Oregon border; eastern border within 5 miles of I-5. Incoming thunderstorms are predicted over the fire area. Threat to Soda Mountain Emergency Communication site has been mitigated.
07/12/2018 1830 CA-LNU County Fire: 90,288 acres oak woodland, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior today. Road closures remains in effect for County Road 40, Yolo County. PG&E has restored power to all areas affected by the fire.
07/12/2018 0700 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 36,500 acres grass, brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire activity was observed overnight. The threats to the Soda Mountain Emergency Communication sites and the Iron Gate Fish Hatchery are minimal. All road closures have been lifted, however the Pacific Crest Trail as reported remains closed. Oregon evacuations and advisory remain the same.
07/12/2018 0700 CA-LNU County Fire: 90,288 acres oak woodland, 92% contained. Minimal behavior limited to smoldering fuels well within the control lines. Incident to transistion back to the local unit today.
07/12/2018 0700 CA-TGU Dale Fire: 856 acres grass, brush, 95% contained. Last report unless significant activity occurs.
07/11/2018 1855 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 36,500 acres grass, brush, timber, 65% contained. Current threats include the Soda Mountain Emergency Communication Sites, The fish hatchery at Iron Gate Reservoir, The Horseshoe Ranch Wildlife Area and the Soda Mountain Wilderness Area. Evacuations remain in effect from the California/Oregon border along I-5 to the Mt Ashland Ski Rd., then east to the Jackson/ Klamath County line. Pacific Crest Trail closed in the Soda Mountain Wilderness.
07/11/2018 1855 CA-LNU County Fire: 90,288 acres oak woodland, 86% contained. Fire acitivty is minimal and continues to be limited to the interior islands.County Road 40 in Yolo County and all roads within the fire perimeter remain closed.
07/11/2018 1855 CA-LNU Spring 2 Fire: 80 acres grass, brush, 100% contained
07/11/2018 1855 CA-TGU Dale Fire: 856 acres grass, brush, 90% contained.
07/11/2018 0715 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 36,500 acres grass, brush, timber, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed last night. An evacuatin warning remains in effect for the Copco Lake Area (California Zone 3). Evacuations remain in effect from the California/Oregon border along I-5 to the Mt Ashland Ski Rd., then east to the Jackson/ Klamath County line. Pacific Crest Trail closed in the Soda Mountain Wilderness.
07/11/2018 0715 CA-LNU County Fire: 90,288 acres oak woodland, 86% contained. Fire acitivty is minimal and continues to be limited to the interior islands. Berryessa Knoxville Rd. has been reopened, however County Road 40 remains closed in Yolo County.
07/11/2018 0715 CA-LNU Spring 2 Fire: 80 acres grass, brush, 90% contained.
07/11/2018 0715 CA-TGU Dale Fire: 852 acres grass, brush, 90% contained.
07/10/2018 1910 CA- SKU Klamathon Fire: 36,500 acres, 55% contained. Evacuation orders have been lifted within California. Evacuations remain in effect from the California/Oregon border along I5 to the Mt Ashland Ski Rd., then East to the Jackson/ Klamath County line.Threats continue for power infastructure, private timberlands,and sensitive fish and wildlife habitat. The Pacific Crest Trail remains closed in the Soda Mountain Wilderness area, from I5 NE to Hwy 66 in Jackson County OR.
07/10/2018 1910 CA- LNU County Fire: 90,288 acres oak woodland, 83% contained. Road closures remain in effect for Berryessa Knoxville Road, County Road 40 and all roads within the fire perimeter. The road closure to Highway 16 has been lifted.
07/10/2018 1910 CA-LNU Spring 2 Fire: 80 acres grass & brush, 80% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed.
0710/2018 1640 CA-TGU Dale Fire: 852 acres grass and brush, 80% contained.
07/10/2018 0830 CA-TGU Dale Fire: 852 acres grass and brush, 50% contained. All threats have been mitigated.
07/10/2018 0830 CA-LNU Spring 2 Fire: 80 acres grass & brush, 50% contained. One structure has been confirmed destroyed.
07/10/2018 0830 CA- SKU Klamathon Fire: 36,500 acres, 45% contained. Continued evacuations in effect for the communities of Agat Flats, Hornbrook, Hilt, Colestin, Iron Gate Estates in Oregoan as well as Klamath River County Estates in California. Threats persist to power infrastructure, private timber, railways and sensitive fish and wildlife habitat. The Pacific Crest Trail remains closed in the Soda Mountain Wilderness area.
07/10/2018 0830 CA- LNU County Fire: 90,288 acres oak woodland, 80% contained. All mandatory evacuations outside the fire perimeter have been lifted. The road closure to Highway 16 has also been lifted.
07/09/2018 1915 CA-TGU Dale Fire: 300 acres grass and brush, 15% contained. The threat to structures has been mitigated. A threat remains to PG&E natural gas distribution line remains.
07/09/2018 1915 CA-LNU Spring 2 Fire: 65 acres grass & brush, 25% contained. The right flank of the fire has burned into the Pawnee Fire burn scar.
07/09/2018 1915 CA-SCU Grant Fire: 600 acres grass, 100% contained.
07/09/2018 1915 CA- SKU Klamathon Fire: 36,500 acres, 40% contained. Continued evacuations for the communities of Hornbrook, Hilt, Colestin, Iron Gate Estates and Klamath River County Estates. Threats persist to power infrastructure, private timber, railways and sensitive fish and wildlife habitat. The Pacific Crest Trail has been closed in the Soda Mountain Wilderness area.
07/09/2018 1915 CA- LNU County Fire: 90,288 acres oak woodland, 75% contained. Fire activity has been primarily concentrated to interior pockets of unburned fuel. Evacuations remain for portions of Guinda, Rumsey, and Cache Creek Campground. The road closure is still in effect for Hwy 16 south of the Yolo County line.
07/09/2018 1835 CA-LNU Spring 2 Fire: 40 acres grass & brush, 0% contained. Fire is located on Pawnee Dr. and Long Valley Rd, northeast of Clearlake. Fire is burning with a rapid rate of spread. Resources from the Pawnee incident are assisting. Map
07/09/2018 1800 CA-TGU Dale Fire: 75 acres grass and brush, 0% contained with a critical rate of spread. Fire is located at Hwy 36 x Manton Rd, 10 miles NE of Red Bluff. Structures are threatened as well as the PG&E Natural Gas Distribution Pipeline. Map
07/09/2018 1800 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 215 acres timber, grass, 100% contained.
07/09/2018 0745 National Weather Service- Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 2 PM this afternoon to 9 PM (PDT) this evening for Gusty Winds with low Relative Humidity. This warning effects Fire Weather zone 285 (Modoc County) in California and weather zones 624-625 in Oregon. LINK
07/09/2018 0715 CA-SCU Grant Fire: 600 acres grass, 90% contained. Fire began 7/8/2018 at 1738 hrs. Fire is located at I-580 and Grantline Rd in the Altimont area. Forward spread rate has been stopped, and all threats have been mitigated.
07/09/2018 0715 CA- SKU Klamathon Fire: 35,250 acres grass, brush, timber, 30% contained. Continued evacuations for the communities of Hornbrook, Hilt, Colestin, Iron Gate Estates and Klamath River County Estates. Threats persist to power infrastructure, private and public timber, railways and sensitve fish and wildlife habitat.
07/09/2018 0715 CA- LNU County Fire: 90,288 acres oak woodland, 73% contained. Overnight fire activity was primarily concentrated to interior pockets. Continued evacuations for Canyon Creek Resort, portion of Guinda, Rumsey and Cache Creek Campground. Hwy 16 south of Yolo County Line remains closed.
07/09/2018 0715 CA-AEU Irish Fire: 790 acres grass, oak woodland, 98% contained. Last report unless significant activity occurs.
07/09/2018 0715 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 215 acres timber, grass, 97% contained.
07/09/2018 0715 CA-SCU Bruce Fire: 56 acres grass, 100% contained.
07/08/2018 1930 CA-SCU Bruce Fire: 56 acres grass, 60% contained. Forward has been stopped.
07/08/2018 1930 CA- SKU Klamathon Fire: 35,000 acres grass, brush, timber, 25% contained. Continued evacuations for the communities of Hornbrook, Hilt, Colestin, Iron Gate Estates and Klamath River County Estates. Threats persist to power infrastructure, private timber, Osburger cabin cultural site, fish hatchery in Iron Gate and CORP railway.
07/08/2018 1930 CA- LNU County Fire: 90,288 acres oak woodland, 65% contained. Fire activity was primarily concentrated to interior islands. Continued evacuations for Canyon Creek Resort, portion of Guinda, Rumsey and Cache Creek Campground. Mandatory evacuation order in Napa County has been lifted, repopulation continues. Hwy 16 south of Yolo County Line remains closed. PG&E has restored power to all affected areas.
07/08/2018 1930 CA-AEU Irish Fire: 790 acres grass, oak woodland, 98% contained. Mop up continues.
07/08/2018 1930 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 215 acres timber, grass, 97% contained.
07/08/2018 1730 CA-SCU Bruce Fire: 25 acres grass, 0% contained. The fire is located at Bruce Lane x Joseph Ln., 5 miles east of San Ramon. The fire is burning at a moderate rate with structures threatened. Map
07/08/2018 0715 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 30,500 acres grass, brush, timber, 25% contained. Extreme fire behavior and short range spotting was observed over night. Continued evacuations for communities of Hornbrook, Hilt, Colestin, Irongate Estates and the Klamath River County Estates. Damage assessment is ongoing.
07/08/2018 0715 CA-LNU County Fire: 88,525 acres oak woodland, 57% contained. Contined evacuations for Canyon Creek Resort, portion of Guinda, Rumsey and Cache Creek Campground. Mandatory evacuation order has been lifted in Napa County, repopulation is occurring. Road closures remain in effect for Hwy 16 South of Yolo County Line.
07/08/2018 0715 CA-AEU Irish Fire: 790 acres grass, oak woodland, 95% contained. Sacramento Regional Team 3 released.
07/08/2018 0715 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 215 acres timber, grass, 95% contained.
07/08/2018 0715 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 15,185 acres grass, brush, 96% contained. Suppression repair continues. Final report unless significant activity occurs.
07/07/2018 1915 CA-LNU County Fire: 88,425 acres grass, oak woodland, 55% contained. Evacuation orders remain in effect for Canyon Creek Resort, portions of Guinda, Rumsey, Knoxville Mine and Cache Creek Campground. Road closure remains for Hwy 16 South of the Yolo County line.
07/07/2018 1910 CA-AEU Irish Fire: 790 acres grass and oak woodland, 79% . Repopulation of the Willow Springs Ranch area occurred today, Crews continue to make good progress on the incident.
07/07/2018 1900 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 21,803 acres grass, timber 5% contained. Fire behavior was moderate today with uphill runs and some short range spotting observed. The fire is burning through the Horseshoe Ranch Wildlife area, Soda Mountain Wilderness, and portions of the Klamath National Forest. Fire is currently threatening the communities of Hornbrook, Hilt, Colstine, Klamath River Country Estates, and Iron Gates Estates. Infrastructure, private timber, and critical wildlife habitat remains threatened. Evacuation orders remain for Hornbrooke, Hilt, Colstine and the Iron Gate Estates areas.
07/07/2018 1820 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 15,185 acres grass, brush, 96% contained.
07/07/2018 1805 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 215 acres timber, grass, 95% contained.
07/07/2018 1800

National Weather Service- Medford and Reno has issued a Red Flag Warning for Sunday 7/8 for weather Zones 270, 278 and 285 (Suprise Valley, Modoc County and Eastern Lassen Counties. The warning is in effect from 1pm to 9pm on Sunday for strong gusty winds and low humidities.Link

07/07/2018 1150 CA-AEU Irish Fire: 790 acres grass and oak woodland, 50% . Repopulation of the Willow Springs Ranchette will begin at 1200 today. Several outbuildings have been confirmed destroyed. Resources face an extended committment due to heavy mopup. Sacramento Regional Type 3 IMT is managing the incident.
07/07/2018 0815 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 21,803 acres grass, timber 5% contained. Multiple structures have been confirmed destroyed. Evacuations orders remain in place for the communities of Hornbrook, Hilt, Colestin and Irongate Reservoir. Critical infastructure threat includes communication towers, railways, private timber lands and threatened and endangerd species habitat within state and national forest lands. I-5 is open to controlled traffic both directions within the fire area. The North end of the fire has crossed the California/Oregon state line. CAL FIRE IMT-4 (DERUM), the Siskiyou County Sheriff Department and Oregon Department of Forestry are managing the incident under Unified Command..
07/07/2018 0815 CA-AEU Irish Fire: 790 acres grass and oak woodland, 50% . The forward spread of the fire has been stopped. There is a continued structure threat with evacuations still in place for Willow Springs Ranchette area.
07/07/2018 0815 CA-LNU County Fire: 88,375 acres grass, oak woodland, 48% contained. Evacuation orders remain in effect for the following areas: (Napa County) Knoxville Mine Area , (Yolo County) Rumsey, Portions of Guinda, and Cache Creek Campground . Damage assessment has been initated in areas where fire activity has diminished. To date a total of 18 structures have been confirmed destroyed. A Road closure remains in effect for Highway 16 South of the Yolo County line.
07/07/2018 0815 A-LNU Pawnee Fire: 15,185 acres grass, brush, 95% contained. Damage assessment has been completed with 32 structures confirmed destroyed. Suppression repair is ongoing.
07/07/2018 0815 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 215 acres timber, grass, 90% contained. A total of two (USFS) structures have been confirmed destroyed. Transition from ICT-3 (Lindstrand) to ICT-4 (Isbell) will occur this morning.
07/06/2018 1900 CA-AEU Irish Fire: 400 acres grass and oak woodland, 0% contained with a critical rate of spead. Structures are currently threatened with continued evacuations for the area of Willow Springs Ranchette. Sacramento Regional IMT Type 3 management team has been ordered.
07/06/2018 1900 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 9,600 acres grass, timber 5% contained. The fire burned through the community of Hornbrook with damage inspection initiated for the fire area. Multiple structures have been confirmed destroyed. Evacuations orders remain in place for the communities of Hornbrook, Hilt,Colestin and Irongate reservoir. Critical infastructure threat includes communication towers, railways, private timber lands and threatened and endangerd species habitat within state and national forest lands. I-5 is open to controlled traffic both directions within the fire area. CAL FIRE IMT-4 (DERUM) and Siskiyou County Sheriff Department are managing the incident under Unified Command..
07/06/2018 1900 CA-LNU County Fire: 88,375 acres grass, oak woodland, 42% contained. Cooler daytime temperatures have resulted in decreased fire behavior. Evacuation orders remain in effect for the following areas: (Napa County) Knoxville Mine Area , (Yolo County) Rumsey, Portions of Guinda, and Cache Creek Campground . An immediate threat remains for the previously mentioned areas including the Homestake Mining Company. Damage assessment has been initated in areas where fire activity has diminished. To date a total of 18 structures have been confirmed destroyed. A Road closure remains in effect for Highway 16 South of the Yolo County line.
07/06/2018 1900 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 15,185 acres grass, brush, 95% contained. Cloud cover over the fire area moderated temperatures and increased relative humidity. Damage assessment has been completed with 32 structures confirmed destroyed. Suppression repair is ongoing.
07/06/2018 1900 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 215 acres timber, grass, 90% contained. A total of two (USFS) structures have been confirmed destroyed. Transition to a Type 4 Management Team is planned for tomorrow morning.
07/06/2018 1700 CA-AEU Irish Fire: 200 acres grass and oak woodland with a critical rate of spead. Structures are currently threatened with evacuations in progess for the area of Willow Springs Ranchette.
07/06/2018 1615 CA-AEU Irish Fire: 100 acres grass and oak woodland with a critical rate of spead. The fire is located at Irish Ridge road and Carbondale road, 7 miles Southeast of Plymouth. At least 1 structure is currently threatened. Map
07/06/2018 0745 .CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 8000 acres grass, timber 5% contained. The fire burned through the community of Hornbrook with an unknown number of commercial and residential structures destroyed. Mandatory evacuations orders are in place for Hornbrook, Hilt, and Colestin. Critical infastructure threat includes railways, private timber lands and surraounding state and national forests. I-5 is open to controlled traffic both directions within the fire area. CAL FIRE IMT-4 (DERUM) will take command of the incident at 1700 today.
07/06/2018 0745 CA-LNU County Fire: 88,375 acres grass, oak woodland, 37% contained. Evacuation orders are in effect for the following areas: (Napa County) Knoxville Mine Area , (Yolo County) Rumsey, Portions of Guinda, and Cache Creek Campground. An immediate threat remains for the previously mentioned areas including the Homestake Mining Company. Damage assessment has been initated in areas where fire activity has diminished. To date a total of 16 structures have been confirmed destroyed. A Road closure remains in effect for Highway 16.
07/06/2018 0745 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 215 acres timber, grass, 75% contained. A total of two (USFS) structures have been confirmed destroyed. Red Flag Warning continues within the adjacent weather zone.
07/06/2018 0745 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 15,000 acres grass, brush, 92% contained. Damage assessment has been completed with 32 structures confirmed destroyed. Suppression repair is ongoing.
07/06/2018 0620

National Weather Service- Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning from noon today to 6 PM this evening for strong gusty wind and low RH for Central Siskiyou County, including Shasta Valley (Fire Weather Zone 281). Link

In addition the Red Flag Warning remains in effect from 2 PM this afternoon to 8 PM this evening for strong gusty wind and low RH for portions of Modoc County. Fire Weather Watch in effect from Saturday afternoon through Saturday evening for strong gusty wind and low RH. Link

07/05/2018 1915 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 1000 acres grass, brush 0% contained. Multiple structures have been destroyed. Mandatory evacuations for the communities of Hornbrook, Hilt, and Colstin. Critical infastructure is threatened, including The Pacific Power and Light Substation and the California AG Inspection Station. I-5 is closed in both directions from the Oregon border to the City of Yreka. CAL FIRE IMT-4 (DERUM) has been ordered.
07/05/2018 1915 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 215 acres timber, grass, 75% contained. Red Flag Warning in adjacent weather zone.
07/05/2018 1915 CA-LNU County Fire: 88,000 acres grass, oak woodland, 33% contained. Mandatory evacuations for Knoxville Mine Are, Canyon Creek Resort, Portions of Guinda, Rumsey and Cache Creek Campground. Evacuation advisory for Homestake Mining Company and area south of Lake Berryessa, north of Quail Canyon Rd, south of Hwy 128, east of the Blue Ridge Mtn, west of Pleasants Valley Rd. State Highway 128 has been reopened between Markley Cove Resort and Pleasants Valley Rd. A road closure remains in effect for Highway 16.
07/05/2018 1915 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 15,000 acres grass, brush, 92% contained. Suppression repair is ongoing.
07/05/2018 1915 CA-LNU Stony Fire: 75 acres grass, 100% contained.
07/05/2018 1915

National Weather Service- Medford Red Flag Warning remains in effect until 8 PM this evening for strong gusty winds with low RH for fire Weather Zone 281 (Central Siskiyou County) and Zone 624 (Klamath Basin). In addition, The National Weather Service- Medford has issued a Fire Weather Watch for the previous zones, that is a effect July 6, from 12PM until 6 PM for strong gusty winds with low RH values.Link

National Weather Service-Reno Red Flag Warning remains in effect until 9 PM this evening for gusty winds and low RH for fire weather zones 270 and 278 (Surprise Valley-Eastern Lassen County)Link

07/05/2018 1715 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 500 acres grass, brush 0% contained. Mandatory evacuations to the town of Hornbrook. There is a threat to the community of Henley. I-5 is closed in both directions from the Oregon border to the City of Yreka.
07/05/2018 1450 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 50 acres, grass, brush, 0% contained with a moderate rate of spread. The fire has jumped the Klamath River and is threatening the community of Hornbrook and additonal structures North of the Klamath River. Evacuations are in progress.
07/05/2018 1400 CA-SKU Klamathon Fire: 35 acres, grass, brush, 0% contained. Fire is located at Klamathon Rd x Copco Rd, south of Hornbrook. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread, with structures threatened. Evacuations are in progress in the Klamathon Road area. Map
07/05/2018 0800 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 215 acres timber, grass, 50% contained. Red Flag Warning in adjacent weather zone.
07/05/2018 0800 CA-LNU County Fire: 86,000 acres grass, oak woodland, 30% contained. Mandatory evacuations for Knoxville Mine Are, Canyon Creek Resort, Portions of Guinda, Rumsey and Cache Creek Campground. Evacuatin advisory for Homestake Mining Company and area south of Lake Berryessa, north of Quail Canyon Rd, south of Hwy 128, east of the Blue Ridge Mtn, west of Pleasants Valley Rd.
07/05/2018 0800 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 15,000 acres grass, brush, 90% contained. Suppression repair is ongoing.
07/05/2018 0800 CA-LNU Stony Fire: 75 acres grass, 75% contained.
07/05/2018 0800 CA-SHU Flat Fire: 300 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 90% contained. Last report unless significant changes.
07/05/2018 0800 CA-AEU Shingle Fire: 316 acres grass, oak woodland, 100% contained.
07/05/2018 0715

National Weather Service- Medford Red Flag Warning remains in effect from 1 PM this afternoon to 8 PM this evening for strong gusty winds with low RH for fire Weather Zone 281 (Central Siskiyou County). Link

In addition NWS the Fire Weather Watch has been upgraded to a Red Flag Warning from 1 PM this afternoon to 8 PM this evening for strong gusty winds with low RH for Modoc County. Link

07/04/2018 1830 CA-LNU County Fire: 86,000 acres grass, oak woodland, 27% contained. Immediate threat for Canyon Creek Resort, Portion of Guinda, Rumsey, Cached Creek Campground and the Knoxville Mine Area. Threat also remains to the Highland Area, Positas Road community, Golden Bear Estates, Brooks, Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation, Portion of Guinda, Homestake Mining Company,Communities immediately South of Lake Berryessa, Snow Mountain National Monument, agriculture rangelands, Canyon Creek Campgrounds and Highway 128.. Road closure remains in effect for Highway 128 between Pleasant Valley Rd. and Monticello Dam..
07/04/2018 1830 CA-LNU Stony Fire: 75 acres grass, 75% contained. Decrease in fire size is due to more accurate mapping.
07/04/2018 1830 CA-BTU Par Fire: 191 acres grass, 100% contained.
07/04/2018 1830 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 215 acres timber, brush, 50% contained. Red flag warning in effect adjacent to the fire area.
07/04/2018 1830 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 15,000 acres grass, brush, 90% contained.
07/04/2018 1830 CA-SHU Flat Fire: 300 acres timber, 90% contained. No additional fire growth.
07/04/2018 1745 CA-AEU Shingle Fire: 150 acres grass and oak woodland, 0% contained with a moderate rate of spread. Structures are threatened with evacuations in progress. Map
07/04/2018 1445 CA-BTU Par Fire: 150 acres grass, 25%. The forward rate of spead has been stopped, with the threat to the Thermalito Power Plant and structures mitigated.
07/04/2018 1430 CA-LNU Stony Fire: 100 acres grass, 0% contained. The forward rate of spread has been stopped, and the structure threat has been mitigated.
07/04/2018 1405 CA-BTU Par Fire: 100 acres grass, 0% contained with a dangerous rate of spread. The fire is located at Par Four way x Hwy 162, 3 miles west of the City of Oroville. Structures are currently threatened as well as the Thermalito Power Plant. Map
07/04/2018 1405 CA-LNU Stony Fire: 50 acres grass, 0% contained with a moderate rate of spread. The fire is located at Lodoga Stonyford Rd x Lake Park, 14 miles west of Maxwell. Structures are currently threatened.    Map
07/04/2018 0715 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 215 acres timber, brush, 30% contained. All evacuation warnings have been lifted and threat to structures has been mitigated.
07/04/2018 0715 CA-LNU County Fire: 82,700 acres grass, oak woodland, 25% contained. Evacuations remain in place for Canyon Creek campgrounds. Continued threat to Snow Mountain National Monument. Highway 128 remains closed between Monticello Dam and Pleasant Valley Rd.
07/04/2018 0715 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 15,000 acres grass, brush, 90% contained.
07/04/2018 0715 CA-SHU Flat Fire: 300 acres timber, 80% contained. Crews continue to strengthen control lines.
07/03/2018 1800 CA-SHU Flat Fire: 300 acres timber, 80% contained. Steep terrain is hampering suppression efforts.
07/03/2018 1800 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 15,000 acres grass, brush, 85% contained. Threat remains to the Double Eagle area. Suppression repair is underway.
07/03/2018 1800 CA-LNU County Fire: 72,500 acres grass, oak woodland, 15% contained. Evacuations remain in place for Canyon Creek campgrounds. Continued threat to Snow Mountain National Monument. Highway 128 remains closed between Monticello Dam and Pleasant Valley Rd.
07/03/2018 1800 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 215 acres timber, brush, 30% contained. Evacuation warning remains for Glacier View and Lakeview Ranch. South Fork and Salmon River watershed threatened.
07/03/2018 1300

National Weather Service - Medford has issued a Fire weather watch in effect from Thursday afternoon through Thursday evening in Modoc County for strong gusty wind with low humidity for fire weather zone 285. Link

07/03/2018 1300

National Weather Service - Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 2PM to 8 PM Wednesday in Central Siskiyou County for strong gusty wind with low humidity for fire weather zone 281. Also a Fire weather watch in effect from Thursday afternoon through Thursday evening in Central Siskiyou County for strong gusty wind with low humidity for fire weather zone 281. Link

07/03/2018 0715 CA-SHU Flat Fire: 300 acres timber, 75% contained.
07/03/2018 0715 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 14,900 acres grass, brush, 80% contained. Mandatory evacuations remain for Double Eagle Ranch and areas north of Hwy 20.
07/03/2018 0715 CA-LNU County Fire: 70,000 acres grass, oak woodland, 5% contained. Evacuations remain in place for Golden Bear Estates and Canyon Creek campgrounds. Highway 128 remains closed between Monticello Dam and Pleasant Valley Rd.
07/03/2018 0715 CA-KNF Cherry Fire: 63 acres, 100% contained.
07/03/2018 0715 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 215 acres timber, brush, 25% contained. Forward spread has been stopped. The evacuation warning remains for Glacier View and Lakeview Ranch. The reduction in acreage is due to better mapping.
07/02/2018 1845 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 219 acres timber, brush, 25% contained. Forward spread has been stopped. There is an evacuation warning for Glacier View and Lakeview Ranch. All other evacuation warnings have been lifted.
07/02/2018 1845 CA-KNF Cherry Fire: 63 acres, 95% contained.
07/02/2018 1845 CA-LNU County Fire: 60,000 acres grass, oak woodland, 5% contained. Short range spotting observed. There is an evacuation order for Golden Bear Estates. Road closures include Hwy 128 between Pleasant Valley Rd and Monticello Dam Rd.
07/02/2018 1845 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 14,800 acres grass, brush, 75% contained. Mandatory evacuations remain in effect for Double Eagle Ranch and areas north of Hwy 20. Hwy 20 is now open in both directions.
07/02/2018 1845 CA-SHU Flat Fire: 300 acres timber, 70% contained. Steep terrain hampering suppression efforts.
07/02/2018 0730 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 300 acres timber, brush, 20% contained. Evacuation warning in effect for Glacier View Ranch area and Big Flat Campground.
07/02/2018 0730 CA-LNU County Fire: 44,500 acres grass, oak woodland, 3% contained. Evacuation order for Golden Bear Estates has been issued with mandatory evacutions west of Hwy 16. Hwy 128 remains closed between Pleasant Valley Rd and Monticello Dam Rd.
07/02/2018 0730 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 14,700 acres grass, brush, 75% contained. Mandatory evacuations remain in effect for Double Eagle Ranch. Hwy 20 remains closed in both directions from Hwy 16 to Hwy 53.
07/02/2018 0730 CA-KNF Cherry Fire: 63 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained.
07/02/2018 0730 CA-SHU Flat Fire: 300 acres timber, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior.
07/01/2018 1930 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 150 acres, timber and grass, 0% contained.The Fire has a moderate rate of spread with a continued structure threat. Evacuations are currently in progress for the areas of Glacier View Ranch to Lakeview Ranch then to Big Flat Campground. Forest Service structures have been destroyed.
07/01/2018 1930 CA-LNU County Fire: 32,500 acres grass and brush 2% contained. Extreme fire behavior with long range spotting observed. There is an immediate threat to the community of Golden Bear, Snow Mountain National Monument, and critical infastructure.Evacuations are in progress for areas North of Highway 128, South of County Road 23, East of Berryessa Knoxville Rd., and West of County Rd 89. Evacuation advisory is in effect for areas North of Quail Canyon Road, South of Highway 128, East of Blue Ridge Mountains, and west of Pleasant Valley Rd.
07/01/2018 1930 CA-SHU Flat Fire: 300 acres timber, 50% contained. The threat to structures and other values at risk have been minimized. Difficult access due to steep terrain.
07/01/2018 1930 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 14,500 acres grass and brush, 73% contained. An immediate threat exists to the community of Double Eagle and major fiber optic lines serving Ukiah and Cortina as well as associated powerline infastructure. Mandatory evacuations are currently in progress for the community of Double Eagle and areas North of Highway 20. An evacuation advisory has been issued for areas South of Highway 20. Highway 20 is closed at Highway 16 and 53. An evacuation center has been established at the Lower Lake High School.
07/01/2018 1930 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 3,716 acres grass, brush, timber, 96% contained. Last report unless significant activity occurs.
07/01/2018 1930 CA-KNF Cherry Fire: 63 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained.
07/01/2018 1730 CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 100 acres timber and grass, 0% contained.The Fire has a moderate rate of spread and has crossed Rush Creek. Forest Service structures have been destroyed with a continued structure threat.
07/01/2018 1630

CA-KNF Petersburg Fire: 30 acres timber and grass, 0% contained. Location of the incident is 3 MI SW of Cecilville off the Caribou Creek Rd. .The Fire has a moderate rate of spread and is moving East toward Rush Creek Drainage. Forest Service structures have been destroyed with a continued structure threat. Map

07/01/2018 1115

CA-LNU County Fire: 22,000 acres grass and brush 0% contained. Extreme fire behavior with long range spotting observed. There is a structure threat for numerous communities, with a mandatory evacuation order is in effect for the Golden Bear Estates. The fire has burned onto the Berryessa Snow Mountain Monument Area. Map

07/01/2017 1055 National Weather Service - Sacramento and San Fransisco has extended the Red Flag Warnings for much of the Sacramento Valley and surroundint foot hills through 1500 today. Areas can expect gusty winds and low humidity.
07/01/2018 0745 CA-SHU Flat Fire: 300 acres timber, 40% contained. Structures, private /public timberlands and critical salmon habitat are threatened. Difficult access due to steep terrain.
07/01/2018 0745 CA-KNF Cherry Fire: 63 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained.
07/01/2018 0745 CA-LNU County Fire: 16,500 acres grass and brush 0% contained. Dangerous rate of spread and long range spotting observed. Structures are threatened with mandatory evacuation orders in effect west of Hwy 16, between County Rd 63-78.
07/01/2018 0745 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 14,100 acres grass and brush, 73% contained. An immediate threat exists to the community of Double Eagle and major fiber optic lines serving Ukiah and Cortina as well as associated powerline infastructure. Evacuations are currently in progress for the community of Double Eagle. There is an evacuation advisory for the areas South of Highway 20.
07/01/2018 0745 CA-LMU Hyatt Fire: 441 acres brush, 100% contained.
07/01/2018 0745 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 3,716 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained.
07/01/2018 0745 CA-SHU Creek Fire: 1,678 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 97% coontained. Last report unless significant activity occurs.
06/29/2018 0945 CA-KNF Cherry Fire: 63 acres grass, brush, timber, 80% contained. Will transition to a T-4 IC tomorrow.
06/29/2018 0700 CA-SHU Flat Fire: 300 acres timber, 0% contained. Continued structure threat and long range spotting. Difficult access due to steep terrain.
06/29/2018 0700 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 13,700 acres grass and brush, 56% contained. Repopulation of the communities of Spring Valley and Double Eagle.
06/29/2018 0700 CA-SHU Creek Fire: 1,678 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 85% coontained. Four structures destroyed.
06/29/2018 0700 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 3,716 acres grass, brush, timber, 92% contained.
06/29/2018 0700 CA-LMU Hyatt Fire: 441 acres brush, 90% contained.
06/29/2018 0700 CA-KNF Cherry Fire: 63 acres grass, brush, timber, 60% contained. The fire has been fully lined
06/28/2018 2030 CA-SHU Flat Fire: 80 acres timber, 0% contained. Continued structure threat and long range spotting.
06/28/2018 1900 CA-SHU Flat Fire: 25 acres timber, 0% contained. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread with long range spotting. Structures threatened. Fire is located at Reading Creek Rd, 5 miles SE of Douglas City. Map
06/28/2018 1900 CA-KNF Cherry Fire: 63 acres grass, brush, timber, 60% contained.
06/28/2018 1900 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 13,700 acres grass and brush, 50% contained. Continued threats to community of Double Eagle, 115kV powerlines, fiber optic infrastructur and Indian Valley Reservoir Hydroelectric Plant. Repopulation continues for the community of Spring Valley.
06/28/2018 1900 CA-SHU Creek Fire: 1,678 acres grass, oak woodland, timber, 85% coontained. Four structures destroyed.
06/28/2018 1900 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 3,716 acres grass, brush, timber, 87% contained.
06/28/2018 1900 CA-LMU Hyatt Fire: 441 acres brush, 90% contained.
06/28/2018 1550 CA-KNF Cherry Fire: 63 acres of grass, brush, timber, 60% contained. All CalFire resources have been released.
06/28/2018 1050

National Weather Service-Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 11 AM Friday to 5 AM Sunday for gusty winds and low humidity for Fire Weather Zones 215, 216, 217, 218, 263, 264, 266, 267 and 279. Link, FireWeather Zones

National Weather Service- San Francisco has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 11 PM Friday to 11 PM Saturday for gusty northerly winds and low RH for Fire Weather Zone 507. (Use above link)

06/28/2018 0745 CA-LMU Hyatt Fire: 383 acres brush, 40% contained. Evacuations to south Standish.
06/28/2018 0745 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 13,700 acres grass and brush, 40% contained. Continued threats to community of Double Eagle, 115kV powerlines, fiber optic infrastructur and Indian Valley Reservoir Hydroelectric Plant. Repopulation has occurred for the community of Spring Valley.
06/28/2018 0745 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 3,829 acres grass, brush and timber, 83% contained.
06/28/2018 0745 CA-SHU Creek Fire: 1,475 acres grass, oak woodland and timber, 75% contained. Continued repopulation of affected community.
06/28/2018 0645 CA-KNF Cherry Fire: 100 acres of grass, brush, timber, 50% contained. Forward rate of spread has been stopped and evacuations will be lifted this morning.
06/28/2018 0630

National Weather Service- Sacramento Fire Weather Watch remains in effect from Friday AM through Sunday PM for gusty winds and low humidity for Fire Weather Zones 215, 216, 263, 264, 266, and 279.

Fire Weather Watch remains in effect for Fire Weather Zones 217, 218, 219, 220, 267 from Friday AM through late Saturday night for gusty winds and low RH. Link

06/27/2018 1845 CA-LMU Hyatt Fire: 383 acres of grass,brush, 10% contained. .There is a continued threat to structures. Evacuations are currently in progress.
06/27/2018 1845 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 13,700 acres grass, oak woodland, 30% contained. There is a threat to critical infrastructure, including the Indian Valley Reservoir hydroelectric power plant, fiber optic, and 115kV powerlines. Threat continues to the community of Double Eagle. Twelve residence and 10 outbuilding destroyed. Incident is being managed under unified command.
06/27/2018 1845 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 3,829 acres grass, brush, 75% contained.
06/27/2018 1845 CA-SHU Creek Fire: 1,475 acres grass, oak woodland, 70% contained. Evacuations are still in effect within the fire perimeter with road closures. Repopulation to the affected community is continuing.
06/27/2018 1845 CA-TGU Stoll Fire: 268 acres grass, brush, 100% contained.
06/27/2018 1730 CA-LMU Hyatt Fire: 200 acres of grass,brush, 0% contained. .There is a continued threat to structures. Evacuations are currently in progress.
06/27/2018 1600 CA-LMU Hyatt Fire: 100 acres of grass,brush, 0% contained. The fire is located at Hyatt Ln x Standish Buntingville Rd. 5 miles NE of Janesville.The fire has a dangerous rate of spread with an immediate threat to structures as well as critical Sage Grouse habitat. Evacuations are currently in progress. Map
06/27/2018 0700 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 13,500 acres grass, oak woodland, 25% contained. There is a threat to critical infrastructure, including the Indian Valley Reservoir hydroelectric power plant, fiber optic, and 115kV powerlines. Threat continues to the community of Double Eagle. Twelve residence and 10 outbuilding destroyed. Incident is being managed under unified command.
06/27/2018 0700 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 3,829 acres grass, brush, 65% contained.
06/27/2018 0700 CA-SHU Creek Fire: 1,475 acres grass, oak woodland, 65% contained. Continued structure threat with evacuations for the communities of Happy Valley and Igo within the fire perimeter. Repopulation to the affected community is continuing. Four residences have been destroyed as well as 7 outbuildings.
06/27/2018 0700 CA-TGU Stoll Fire: 268 acres grass, brush, 90% contained. Four residences, 10 commercial buildings and 10 outbuildings destroyed. Six commercial building damaged.
06/26/2018 1830 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 13,000 acres grass, oak woodland, 17% contained. There is a threat to critical infrastructure, including the Indian Valley Reservoir hydroelectric power plant, fiber optic, and 115kV powerlines. Threat to the communities of Spring Valley and Double Eagle. Twelve residence and 10 outbuilding destroyed. Incident is being managed under unified command.
06/26/2018 1830 CA-TGU Stoll Fire: 268 acres grass, brush, 80% contained. Four residences, 10 commercial buildings and 10 outbuildings destroyed. Six commercial building damaged.
06/26/2018 1830 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 3,829 acres grass, brush, 60% contained.
06/26/2018 1830 CA-SHU Creek Fire: 1,475 acres grass, oak woodland, 65% contained. Continued structure threat with evacuations for the communities of Happy Valley and Igo within the fire perimeter. Repopulation to the affected community is continuing. Four structures have been destroyed.
06/26/2018 1645 CA-TGU Shippee Fire: 347 acres grass, 100% contained.
06/26/2018 1645 National Weather Service - Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch strong winds and low humidity. In effect from Friday morning through Sunday evening for fire weather zones 215, 216, 263, 264, 266, and 279.Link
06/26/2018 1425 CA-TGU Shippee Fire: 350 acres grass, 50% contained. Fire is located on Midway Rd. and Esquon Rd, 4 miles southeast of Durham. Threats to structures has been mitigated at this time. Map
06/26/2018 1050 National Weather Service - Reno has issued a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity in effect from 2PM to 10PM Wednesday for Eastern Lassen and Modoc Counties.Link
06/26/2018 0700 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 11,500 acres grass, oak woodland, 5% contained. The fire remained active throughout the night. There is a threat to critical infrastructure, including the Indian Valley Reservoir hydroelectric power plant and 115kV powerlines. Threat to the communities of Spring Valley,Clear Lake Oaks and Double Eagle. Twelve residence and 10 outbuilding destroyed. Incident is being managed under unified command.
06/26/2018 0700 CA-TGU Stoll Fire: 268 acres grass, brush, 75% contained. Four residences, 10 commercial buildings and 10 outbuildings destroyed. Six commercial building damaged.
06/26/2018 0700 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 3,829 acres grass, brush, 45% contained.
06/26/2018 0700 CA-SHU Creek Fire: 1,350 acres grass, oak woodland, 60% contained. There is a continued structure threat for the communities of Happy Valley and Igo within the fire perimeter. Four structures have been destroyed.
06/25/2018 1845 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 10,500 acres grass, oak woodland, 5% contained. Strong winds and dry fuels have resulted in extreme fire behavior. There is a threat to critical infrastructure, including the Indian Valley Reservoir hydroelectric power plant.There is an immediate threat to the communities of Spring Valley,Clear Lake Oaks and Double Eagle. Multiple structures have been confirmed destroyed. Incident is being managed under unified command.
06/25/2018 1845 CA-TGU Stoll Fire: 300 acres grass, brush, 76% contained. Multiple structures have been destroyed, with damage inspection continuing.
06/25/2018 1845 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 3,829 acres grass, brush, 40% contained. Evacuations orders have been lifted for the fire area. Threats to power lines and private timber lands have been minimized..
06/25/2018 1845 CA-SHU Creek Fire: 1,350 acres grass, oak woodland, 50% contained. There is a continued structure threat for the communities of Happy Valley and Igo in the Southwest Redding area. Four structures have been destroyed.
06/25/2018 1100 National Weather Service - Reno has issued a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity. Timing of the warning is from Monday afternoon and evening. Effected fire weather zones include CAZ278 and NVZ450-453, NVZ458, and NVZ454-457.Link
06/25/2018 0715 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 8,200 acres grass, oak woodland, 0% contained. Strong winds and dry fuels have resulted in extreme fire behavior. There is a threat to critical infrastructure, and residences of Indian Valley Reservoir. The communities of Spring Valley and Clear Lake Oaks also remain threatened. Multiple structures have been confirmed destroyed. Incident is being managed under unified command.
06/25/2018 0715 CA-TGU Sierra Fire: 170 acres grass, 100% contained.
06/25/2018 0715 CA-SHU Bascom Fire: 328 acres, 90% contained. Last report unless significant activity occurs.
06/25/2018 0715 CA-TGU Stoll Fire: 300 acres grass, brush, 60% contained. Multiple structures have been destroyed, with damage inspection continuing.
06/25/2018 0715 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 3,000 acres grass, brush, 20% contained. Evacuations remain in effect with continued threat to structures and power lines.
06/25/2018 0715 CA-SHU Creek Fire: 1,300 acres grass, oak woodland, 30% contained. There is a threat to 230kV powerlines in the fire area. Evacuations are in place for the communities of Igo and Cloverdale. Two structures have been destroyed.
06/24/2018 1915 CA-TGU Sierra Fire: 170 acres grass, 90% contained.
06/24/2018 1915 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 7,700 acres grass, oak woodland, 0% contained. Strong winds and dry fuels have resulted in extreme fire behavior. There is a threat to critical infrastructure, residence and the Indian Valley Reservoir. Evacuation orders for the community of Spring Valley.
06/24/2018 1915 CA-SHU Bascom Fire: 328 acres, 85% contained. Crews continue to make good progress.
06/24/2018 1915 CA-TGU Stoll Fire: 300 acres grass, brush, 50% contained. Inspection continues to assess damaged and destroyed structures.
06/24/2018 1915 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 3,000 acres grass, brush, 10% contained. Evacuations remain in effect with continued threat to structures and power lines.
06/24/2018 1855 CA-SHU Creek Fire: 1,000 acres grass, oak woodland, 20% contained. Evacuations are in place for the communities of Igo and Cloverdale. Two structures have been destroyed. Long range spotting has challenged firefighting efforts.
06/24/2018 1425 CA-SHU Creek Fire: 300 acres grass, oak woodland, 0% contained. There is a continued threat to structures and 230kV power lines.
06/24/2018 1320 CA-SHU Creek Fire: 100 acres grass, oak woodland, 0% contained. Fire is located off Clear Creek Rd. near American Rd just west of Redding. There are four separate fires burning at a critical rate of spread with long range spotting observed. Structures and power lines are threatened. Map
06/24/2018 0900 Due to an increase in fire activity and a continued commitment of resources, North Ops will move to Preparedness Level 2 effective 0900 today.
06/24/2018 0730 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 3,000 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Continued evacuations in effect for the communities of Ponderosa Sky Ranch, Paynes Creek and Plume Creek. The threat remains to structures and 500 kV power lines. Long range spotting has been observed. A Red Flag Warning for strong winds and low humidity continues in the fire area. A CALFIRE Incident Management Team is assigned.
06-24-2018 0715 CA-TGU Stoll Fire: 500 acres grass, brush, 40% contained. Continued threat to 500kV powerlines. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped, and structure threat has been mitigated.
06/24/2018 0715 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 1,500 acres grass, oak woodland, 0% contained. Evacuation orders are in effect for the community of Spring Valley. There is a continued threat to 230kV powerlines as well as critical fiber optic infastructure. A CALFIRE Incident Management Team has been ordered. Multiple structures have been destroyed.
06/24/2018 0715 CA-SHU Bascom Fire: 328 acres grass, oak woodland, 75% contained. Reduction in fire size is due to more accurate mapping.
06/23/2018 2045 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 2,500 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Evacuations for the community of Ponderosa Sky Ranch, Paynes Creek and Plume Creek. The threat remains to structures and 500 kV power lines. Long range spotting has been observed. A Red Flag Warning for strong winds and low humidity continues in the fire area. A CALFIRE Incident Management Team has been ordered.
06/23/2018 2000 CA-TGU Stoll Fire: 500 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Continued threat to structures and 500kV powerlines. Mandatory evacutions in progress.
06/23/2018 2000 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 75 acres grass, oak woodland, 0% contained. Continued structure threat and mandatory evacuations. One structure destroyed.
06/23/2018 2000 CA-SHU Bascom Fire: 350 acres grass, oak woodland, 60% contained.
06/23/2018 2000 CA-TGU Sierra Fire: 170 acres grass, 60% contained.
06/23/2018 1900 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 2,000 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained. There is continued threat to structures and 500kV powerlines and mandatory evacuations have been ordered. VLAT on order.
06/23/2018 1800 CA-LNU Pawnee Fire: 75 acres grass, oak woodland, 0% contained. Fire is located at Pawnee Rd x New Long Valley Rd, 4 miles NE of Clear Lake. Fire is burning at a dangerous rate of spread with structures threatened. Map
06/23/2018 1720 CA-TGU Stoll Fire: 500 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Evacuations remain in progress with structures threatened.. 500kV power lines threatened.
06/23/2018 1650 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 100 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Evacuations are in progress as the fire continues to burn rapidly with spotting observed. 500kV powerlines are threatened.
06/23/2018 1620 CA-TGU Stoll Fire: 100 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. Fire is located off of Stoll Road west of Red Bluff. Fire is spreading rapidly due to high winds and is threating structures and 60kV power lines. Evacuations are in progress. Map
06/23/2018 1538 CA-SHU Bascom Fire: 350 acres grass, oak woodland, 30% contained. Forward spread has been stopped and structure threat mitigated.
06/23/2018 1525 CA-TGU Sierra Fire: 170 acres grass, 30% contained. Forward spread has been stopped and structure threat mitigated.
06/23/2018 1415 CA-TGU Sierra Fire: 100 acres grass, 0% contained. Fire is located off Casale Rd. and Reading Rd, 5 miles south of Red Bluff. Fire is spreading rapidly due to strong winds and is threatening structures. Map
06/23/2018 1405 CA-TGU Lane Fire: 25 acres grass, brush, 0% contained. The fire is located on Hwy 36 East in Paynes Creek. Fire is burning with a moderate rate of spread and is threatening structures, power lines and the Inskip Lookout. Winds in the fire area are gusting at about 20mph. Map
06/23/2018 1330 CA-SHU Bascom Fire: 100 acres grass, oak woodland, 0% contained. Continued structure threat.
06/23/2018 1254 CA-SHU Bascom Fire: 75 acres grass, oak woodland, 0% contained. Fire is located at Bascom Rd x Millville Rd, east of Redding. Fire is burning at a dangerous rate of spread. Red flag warning for strong north winds and low RH in effect. Threat to 230kV powerlines. Map
06/21/2018 1245

National Weather Service - Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning, which is in effect from midnight Friday night to 8 PM PDT Sunday for fire weather zones 213, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 263, 264, 266, 267, AND 279. The Fire Weather Watch is no longer in effect .Link

06/20/2018 1430 National Weather Service - Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Saturday morning through Sunday morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Effected areas include fire weather zones 213, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 263, 264, 266, 267, AND 279... .. Link
06/17/2018 1750 CA-BTU Oregon Fire: 40 acres brush and oak woodland, 75% contained. Last report unless significant activity occurs.
06/17/2018 1750 CA-NOD Tumbleweed Fire: 646 acres grass and brush, 100% contained.
06/17/2018 0950 CA-BTU Oregon Fire: 40 acres brush and oak woodland, 60% contained.
06/17/2018 0950 CA-SCU Willow Fire: 25 acres of grass,100% contained.
06/17/2018 0950 CA-LNU Creek Fire: 32 acres grass and brush, 100% contained.
06/17/2018 0950 CA-NOD Tumbleweed Fire: 646 acres grass and brush, 90% contained. No additional fire growth
06/16/2018 1745 CA-NOD Tumbleweed Fire: 646 acres grass and brush, 65% contained. Decrease in size due to more accurate mapping. No additional fire growth.
06/16/2018 1745 CA-BTU Oregon Fire: 40 acres brush and oak woodland, 15% contained. Forward progress has been stopped.
06/16/2018 1745 CA-LNU Creek Fire: 32 acres grass and brush, 25% contained. The forward rate of spread has been stopped. There is still a continued threat to structures.
06/16/2018 1620 CA-SCU Willow Fire: 25 acres of grass,70% contained. Forward spread rate has been stopped and all threats have been mitigated.
06/16/2018 1545 CA-SCU Willow Fire: 20 acres of grass, 0% contained with a critical rate of spread. Structures are currently threatened as well as critical infa-structure. Erratic wind are hampering suppression efforts. Map
06/16/2018 1520 CA-LNU Creek Fire: 20 acres grass and brush, 0% contained with a moderate rate of spread. Structures are currently threatened with difficult access for ground resources. Map
06/16/2018 1330 CA-BTU Oregon Fire: 40 acres brush and oak woodland, 10% contained. Forward progress has been stopped and the structure threat mitigated.
06/16/2018 1230 CA-BTU Oregon Fire: 10 acres brush and oak woodland, 0% contained. Fire is located at Oregon Gulch x View Ln, north of Oroville. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread with structures threatened.
06/16/2018 0910 CA-NOD Tumbleweed Fire: 674 acres grass and brush, 50% contained. No additional fire growth.
06/15/2018 1715 CA-NOD Tumbleweed Fire: 674 acres grass and brush, 30% contained. Crews making good progress, some interior heat but no fire growth.
06/15/2018 1150 CA-NOD Tumbleweed Fire: 674 acres grass and brush, 30% contained.
06/15/2018 0700 CA-NOD Tumbleweed Fire: 540 acres grass and brush, 10% contained. The decrease in fire size is due to better mapping. Overnight fire spread was minimal as overnight humidities increased. A threat remains to structures due to gusty winds forecasted over the fire area today. There is also a threat to the Schaffer Mountain communications tower and Sage Grouse habitat has been impacted.
06/14/2018 2105 CA-TGU Chrome Fire: 2,290 acres grass and oak woodland, 90% contained. Fire activity is minimal. This will be the final report on the Chrome Fire unless a significant change occurs.
06/14/2018 2100 CA-NOD Tumbleweed Fire: 600 acres grass and brush, 10% contained. The Tumbleweed fire is actively burning north of Hwy 395. Hwy 395 is open to controlled traffic. There is a threat to structures and Sage Grouse habitat.
06/14/2018 1925 CA-NOD Tumbleweed Fire: 200 acres of grass and brush, 0% contained. Winds are challenging firefighting resources.
06/14/2018 1840

CA-NOD Tumbleweed Fire: 70 acres of grass and brush, 0% contained. Rapid rate of spread with structures threatened. Map

06/14/2018 0815 CA-TGU Chrome Fire: 2,290 acres of grass and oak woodland, 90% contained.
06/13/2018 1800 CA-TGU Chrome Fire: 2,290 acres of grass and oak woodland, 80% contained.
06/13/2018 0815 CA-TGU Chrome Fire: 2,290 acres of grass and oak woodland, 80% contained
06/12/2018 1920 CA-TGU Chrome Fire: 2,290 acres of grass and oak woodland, 75%.contained.
06/12/2018 0735 CA-TGU Chrome Fire: 2,290 acres of grass and oak woodland, 70%.contained.
06/12/2018 0735 CA-TGU Apple Fire: 2,956 acres of grass 100% contained.
06/11/2018 0720 CA-TGU Chrome Fire: 2,290 acres of grass and oak woodland, 60%.contained.
06/11/2018 0720 CA-TGU Apple Fire: 2,956 acres of grass 95% contained.
06/11/2018 0600 CA-TGU Chrome Fire: 2,290 acres of grass and oak woodland, 50%.contained.
06/10/2018 1930 CA-TGU Chrome Fire: 2,252 acres of grass and oak woodland, 50%.contained.
06/10/2018 1930 CA-TGU Apple Fire: 2,956 acres of grass 90% contained.
06/10/2018 0710 CA-TGU Chrome Fire: 2,240 acres of grass and oak woodland, 35%.contained. All evacuations have been lifted. One structure was destroyed and critical power and phone line infrastructure compromised. Erratic winds are expected in the fire area today
06/10/2018 0705 CA-TGU Apple Fire: 2,500 acres of grass 80% contained. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped and all evacuations have been lifted. Three structured and two outbuildings were destroyed. Gusty winds are expected in the fire area today
06/09/2018 1730 CA-TGU Chrome Fire: 500 acres of grass and oak woodland with 0%.containment. Structures continue to be threatened. Evacuations are in progress.
06/09/2018 1700 CA-TGU Apple Fire: 600 acres of grass 10% contained. Erratic winds have recently caused a reemgergence of a structure threat, with some structures destroyed. Fire is burning at a dangerous rate of spread.
06/09/2018 1635 CA-TGU Chrome Fire: 200 acres of grass and oak woodland with 0%.containment. Structures continue to be threatened. Evacuations are currently in progress.
06/09/2018 1615 CA-TGU Chrome Fire: 40 acres of grass and oak woodland with 0%.containment. Structures are currently threatened.The fire is burning at a dangerous rate of spread. Map
06/09/2018 1615 CA-TGU Apple Fire: 400 acres of grass 60%.contained. Structure threat has been mitigated. Forward rate of spread has been stopped.
06/09/2018 1530 CA-TGU Apple Fire: 400 acres of grass 0%.contained. Structures are threatened. Fire is burning at a dangerous rate of spread to the south. Erratic winds have been noted in the fire area.
06/09/2018 1500 CA-TGU Apple Fire: 200 acres of grass 0%.contained. Fire is located at Apple Rd. and Paskenta Rd. 9 miles West of Corning. Fire is burning at a dangerous rate of spread. Erratic winds have been noted in the fire area. Map
06/08/2018 0840 National Weather Service - Reno has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 1100 Saturday to 2300 Saturday for gusty winds and low relative humidity. Effected areas includes much of west central Nevada below 5,000 ft, Fire Zones 453 and 459. Link
06/07/2018 1145 National Weather Service - Reno has issued a fire weather watch in effect from Saturday morning through Saturday evening for gusty winds and low humidity for portions of western Nevada below 5,000 ft. Link
06/06/2018 1655 CA-MNF Open Fire: 127 acres grass, oak woodland 100% contained
06/06/2018 0900 CA-MNF Open Fire: 127 acres grass, oak woodland, 85% contained. Mop up continues.
06/05/2018 1800 CA-LNU Pallett Fire: 10 acres grass, 100% contained.
06/05/2018 1800 CA-MNF Open Fire: 127 acres grass, oak woodland, 85% contained. Crews continue with mop up operations.
06/05/2018 1500 CA-LNU Pallett Fire: 10 acres grass, 50% contained. Forward spread rate is stopped. Extensive overhaul of commercial structures involved is expected.
06/05/2018 1415 CA-LNU Pallett Fire: 10 acres grass, 0% contained. Fire is located Hwy 12 x Broadway, Schellville. Fire is burning at a slow rate of spread. Two commercial structures involved (pallet factory and truss manufacturer). Large kV powerlines over the fire have failed. Evacuation in progress. Map
06/04/2018 0850 CA-MNF Open Fire: 127 acres grass, oak woodland, 85% contained. Crews continue to mop up. Transfer to a type 4 command expected today
06/04/2018 0847 CA-SKU Martin Fire: 37 acres, grass/brush 100% contained.
06/04/2018 1800 CA-SKU Martin Fire: 37 acres, grass/brush 85% contained.
06/04/2018 1710 CA-MNF Open Fire: 127 acres grass, oak woodland, 80% contained. Crews continue to mop up.
06/04/2018 0700 CA-SKU Martin Fire: 37 acres, grass/brush 60% contained. All evacuations have been lifted.
06/03/2018 2000 CA-SKU Martin Fire: 10 acres, grass/brush 30% contained. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped. Several outbuilding have been damaged or destroyed. Some evacuations remain in place.
06/03/2018 1740 CA-SKU Martin Fire: 10 acres, grass/brush 0% contained. Moderate rate of spread with short range spotting observed. Structures are currently threatened, with mandatory evacuations in progress.
06/03/2018 1710 CA-MNF Open Fire: 127 acres grass, oak woodland, 75% contained. Very little smoke showing at this time. Expecting high winds in the fire area tonight.
06/03/2018 0810 CA-MNF Open Fire: 120 acres grass, oak woodland, 60% contained. Crews continue to strengthening control lines around the fire.
06/02/2018 1345 CA-SCU Glen Fire: 10 acres grass, 0% contained. The fire is located at Glen Canyon Circle x Chaparral Drive SE of Pittsburg and is burning at a moderate rate of spread. Map
06/02/2018 1015 CA-LNU Madison Fire: 14 acres grass, 100% contained. Fire decrease in size is due to better mapping.
06/02/2018 1015 CA-MNF Open Fire: 120 acres grass, oak woodland, 50% contained. Crews are strengthening control lines around the fire.
06/02/2018 0700 CA-MNF Open Fire: 120 acres grass, oak woodland, 50% contained.
06/01/2018 1945 CA-LNU Madison Fire: 30 acres grass, 50% contained. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped.
06/01/2018 1945 CA-MNF Open Fire: 60 acres grass, oak woodland, 30% contained. Ground forces continue to make good progress.
06/01/2018 1715 CA-MNF Open Fire: 60 acres grass & oak woodland, 0% contained. Slow to moderate rate of spread. Ground resources are actively engaged. Structures in the area but are not immediately threatened.
06/01/2018 1650 CA-LNU Madison Fire: 30 acres grass, 15% contained.
06/01/2018 1545 CA-MNF Open Fire: 50 acres grass & oak woodland, 0% contained. Rapid rate of spread with flanking and backing. No immediate structure threat with structures in the area.
06/01/2018 1520 CA-LNU Madison Fire: 15 acres grass, 0% contained. Fire is located in the community of Madison North of Winters. . Map
06/01/2018 1520 CA-MNF Open Fire: 20 acres grass/brush, 0% contained. The fire is located 11 miles SW of Elk Creek, there no immediate structure threat reported ,but structures in the area .Map
05/31/2018 0840 CA-SCU Grant Fire: 500 acres grass, 80% contained. Crews continue to make good progress.
05/30/2018 2045 CA-SCU Grant Fire: 500 acres grass, 0% contained. Forward spread of the fires has been stopped and the threat to structures has been mitigated. Winds in excess of 40 mph caused rapid fire spread and issues for ground forces.
05/30/2018 1524 CA-SCU Grant Fire: Total of 7 fires 500 acres grass 0% contained, 2 fires in Alameda County, 5 fires in Contra Costa County, Structures involved, continued structure threat 
05/30/2018 1321 CA-SCU Grant Fire: Total of 7 fires ranging from 1.5 - 40 acres grass, 0% contained, Structures involved and threatened, Railroad threatened
05/16/2018 1555 CA-SCU Grant Fire: 13 acres grass. 100% contined.
05/14/2018 1640 CA-SKU Shastina Fire: 127 acres grass, timber, 95% contained. Final report unless significant activity occurs.
05/14/2018 1640 CA-SCU Grant Fire: 13 acres grass. Moderate rate of spread, no threats. 80% contined.
05/11/2018 0845 CA-SKU Shastina Fire: 127 acres grass, timber, 60% contained.
05/10/2018 1540 CA-SKU Shastina Fire: 75 acres grass, timber, 20% contained.
05/10/2018 0900 CA-SKU Shastina Fire: 50 acres grass, timber, 10% contained. The fire is located near West Rancho Hills, 7 miles north of Weed. The fire is burning in steep terrain. This incident started on May 9th at approximately 1800.
05/03/2018 1030 North Ops Seasonal Outlook for May 2018 to August 2018 is now available. Link
05/03/2018 1030 North Ops Seasonal Hawaii Outlook for May 2018 to August 2018 is now available. Link
05/02/2018 0530 CA-SHF Grape Fire: 244 acres, 60% contained. The fire has transitioned to a Type 4 incident as fire behavior remains minimal and excess resources are demobilized. This will be the final report on the Grape Fire unless a significant change occurs.
04/30/2018 0645 CA-SHF Grape Fire: 244 acres, 40% contained. Fire behavior is minimal due precipitation over the fire area.
04/28/2018 0815 CA-SHF Grape Fire: 163 acres, 10% contained. Fire behavior remains minimal. Thunderstorms are possible over the fire area today
04/27/2018 1030 CA-PNF French Fire: 20 acres, 100% contained.
04/27/2018 1030 CA-SHF Grape Fire: 150 acres brush, 10% contained. Fire behavior was minimal overnight.
04/26/2018 1930 CA-SHF Grape Fire: 150 acres brush, 9% contained. Crews continue to work at keeping the fire out of Bear Creek. Structures and power-lines are threatened. Thunderstorms are possible over the fire area both Friday and Saturday.
04/26/2018 1620 CA-PNF French Fire: 10 acres timber, brush, 0% contained. Fire is located off Frenchman Blvd, South of Frenchman Lake and is burning with a moderate rate of spread. Structures are threatened.
04/26/2018 1140 CA-SHF Grape Fire: 100 acres brush, 0% contained. Crews are working to keep fire out of Bear Creek.
04/25/2018 0830 CA-SHF Grape Fire: 100 acres brush, 0% contained. The fire burned actively overnight until about 0400 this morning.
04/24/2018 2155 CA-SHF Grape Fire: 100 acres brush, 0% contained. Fire is located on Black Bennet Rd, 8 miles Southeast of Burnt Ranch. The fire is burning with a moderate rate of spread on both the Shasta Trinity National Forest and the Six Rivers National Forest in the burn scar of the 2015 Saddle Fire. There are no threats at this time. Map
04/03/2018 0840 CA-KNF Cougar Fire: 32 acres, 100% contained.
04/02/2018 1530 North Ops Seasonal Outlook for April 2018 to July 2018 is now available. Link
04/02/2018 1530 North Ops Seasonal Hawaii Outlook for April 2018 to July 2018 is now available. Link
04/02/2018 1000 CA-KNF Cougar Fire: 32 acres brush, 80% contained. Fire is located on Upper Cougar Fire Rd. 8 Miles North of Mt. Shasta. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped. Crews continue to build control lines in rocky terrain.
03/08/2018 0700 North Ops Seasonal Outlook for March 2018 to June 2018 is now available. Link
03/08/2018 0700 North Ops Seasonal Hawaii Outlook for March 2018 to June 2018 is now available. Link
02/02/2018 0920 United States Drought Monitor shows abnormally dry conditions in the northern and eastern portions of Northern California. Link
02/02/2018 0900 North Ops Seasonal Outlook for February 2018 to May 2018 is now available. Link
02/02/2018 0900 North Ops Seasonal Hawaii Outlook for February 2018 to May 2018 is now available. Link
01/05/2018 0900 North Ops Seasonal Outlook for January 2018 to April 2018 is now available. Link
01/05/2018 0900 North Ops Seasonal Hawaii Outlook for January 2018 to April 2018 is now available. Link
12/15/2017 1100 National Weather Service - Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 10pm this evening to 10am Sunday morning for gusty wind and low humidity. Affected areas include Fire Weather Zones 216, 217, 218, 219, 263, 264 and 279. Link
12/03/2017 0845 North Ops Seasonal Outlook for December 1, 2017 to March 1, 2018 is now available. Link
12/03/2017 0845 North Ops Seasonal Hawaii Outlook for December 1, 2017 to March 1, 2018 is now available. Link
11/05/2017 0830 North Ops Seasonal Hawaii Outlook for November 1, 2017 to February 1, 2018 is now available. Link
11/05/2017 0830 North Ops Seasonal Outlook for November 1, 2017 to February 1, 2018 is now available. Link
11/03/2017 1745 CA-SHF Bridge Fire: 37 acres brush, timber, 100% contained.
11/02/2017 1730 CA-TGU Roser Fire, 43 acres grass, brush 100% contained.
11/02/2017 1440 CA-TGU Roser Fire, 43 acres grass, brush 75% contained. Forward rate of spread stopped. Structures threat mitigated.
11/02/2017 1300 CA-TGU Roser Fire, 25 acres grass, brush 0% contained. Moderate rate of spread. Structures threatened. Federal ground resources committed map
11/01/2017 1725 CA-SHF Bridge Fire: 37 acres brush, timber, 75% contained. All lanes are now opened on I-5. Crews continue to make good progress mopping up and strengthening control lines.
11/01/2017 0840 CA-SHF Bridge Fire: 37 acres brush, timber, 30% contained. Forward rate of spread stopped. Threat to Pacific Union Railroad mitigated. I-5 reduced to 1 lane controlled traffic in each direction.
10/31/2017 1955 CA-SHF Bridge Fire: 37 acres brush, timber, 20% contained. Forward rate of spread stopped. Threat to Pacific Union Railroad mitigated. I-5 reduced to 1 lane controlled traffic in each direction
10/31/2017 1800 CA-SHF Bridge Fire: 37 acres brush, timber, 20% contained. Forward rate of spread stopped. Pacific Union Railroad is now open. I-5 closed in both north and south directions.
10/31/2017 1800 CA-LNU Central LNU Complex: 110,720 acres, 100% contained. Fires within the complex are the Tubbs, Pocket and Nunns. A Type 3 Team is managing the incident.
10/31/2017 1545 CA-SHF Bridge Fire, 41 acres brush, timber, 20% contained. Pacific Union Railroad closed. I-5 closed in both north and south directions for approx. 2hrs map
10/30/2017 1735 CA-LNU Central LNU Complex: 110,720 acres, 99% contained. Fires within the complex are the Tubbs, Pocket and Nunns. A Type 3 Team is managing the incident.
10/29/2017 1745 CA-LNU Central LNU Complex: 110,720 acres, 98% contained. Fires within the complex are the Tubbs, Pocket and Nunns. A Type 3 Team is managing the incident.
10/29/2017 1745 CA-TGU Tehama Fire: 194 acres grass, brush, 85% contained. Fire activity continues to remain minimal on the incident.
10/28/2017 1755 CA-LNU Central LNU Complex: 110,720 acres, 97% contained. Fire behavior remains minimal as patrol and mop up continues on the incident.
10/28/2017 1755 CA-TGU Tehama Fire: 194 acres grass, brush, 75% contained. Crews continue to make good progress at strengthening containment lines
10/28/2017 0825 CA-TGU Tehama Fire: 194 acres grass, brush, 40% contained. Steep terrain continues to challenge firefighting efforts as crews continue to strengthen control lines.
10/27/2017 1825 CA-TGU Tehama Fire: 194 acres grass, brush, 25% contained Forward rate of spread stopped
10/27/2017 1825 CA-LNU Southern LNU Complex: 51,624 acres, 100% contained. Mop up continues throughout the fire area.
10/27/2017 1825 CA-LNU Central LNU Complex: 110,720 acres, 96% contained. Fire behavior remains minimal as patrol and mop up continues on the incident.
10/27/2017 0730

CA-TGU Tehama Fire, 80 acres grass, brush, 0% contained Moderate rate of spread 50 degrees, 60% RH, wind NW @ 4 Very limited access, crews being shuttled to fire area. map North Rim of the Mill Creek drainage, 10 miles E of Los Molinos
State DPA, SRA, Tehama Glenn Unit
Start time: 2000 10-26-17

10/26/2017 1820 CA-CZU Bear Fire: 391 acres, 100% contained
10/26/2017 1820 CA-MEU Mendocino Lake Complex: 38,730 acres, 100% contained.
10/26/2017 1820 CA-LNU Southern LNU Complex: 51,624 acres, 98% contained. Mop up continues throughout the fire area.
10/26/2017 1820 CA-LNU Central LNU Complex: 110,720 acres, 94% contained. Fire behavior remains minimal as patrol and mop up continues on the incident.
10/26/2017 1820 CA-SHF Buck Fire: 13,434 acres, 71% contained. The buck fire is being managed under a confine contain strategy. All containment lines that are to be built under the full suppression area of the incident have been completed. Fire activity on the incident is minimal and primarily within the interior of the fire area. This will be the final report on the incident unless a significant change occurs.
10/26/2017 0730 CA-SHF Buck Fire: 13,434 acres, 71% contained. The fire continues to burn in remote areas in heavy dead and down fuels with minimal activity. The threaten to private land, spotted owl habitat, and Class 1 Air shed remains.
10/26/2017 0730 CA-CZU Bear Fire: 391 acres, 95% contained
10/26/2017 0730 CA-LNU Central LNU Complex: 110,720 acres, 94% contained.
10/26/2017 0730 CA-LNU Southern LNU Complex: 51,624 acres, 97% contained.
10/26/2017 0730 CA-MEU Mendocino Lake Complex: 38,730 acres, 99% contained.
10/24/2017 0750 CA-SHF Buck Fire: 13,417 acres, 68% contained. The fire continues to burn in remote areas in heavy dead and down fuels with minimal activity. The threaten to private land, spotted owl habitat, and Class 1 Air shed remains.
10/24/2017 0750 CA-MEU Mendocino Lake Complex: 38,730 acres, 98% contained.
10/24/2017 0750 CA-LNU Central LNU Complex: 110,720 acres, 91% contained. Re-population of evacuated areas continues where safe to do so. All threats have been mitigated.
10/24/2017 0750 CA-LNU Southern LNU Complex: 51,624 acres, 95% contained. On the Atlas Fire, 125 structures remained threatened and 60 civilians remain evacuated. Mop-up and patrol throughout fire area.
10/24/2017 0750 CA-CZU Bear Fire: 391 acres, 85% contained.
10/22/2017 1825 CA-LNU Southern LNU Complex: 51,624 acres, 93% contained. On the Atlas Fire, 565 structures remained threatened and 3,228 civilians remain evacuated. Fire behavior remains minimal on the Nuns Fire with fire activity primarily confined to interior pockets of unburned fuels.
10/22/2017 1825 CA-LNU Central LNU Complex: 110,720 acres, 89% contained. Re-population of evacuated areas continues where safe to do so. A threat remains to residential and commercial property in the Sanoma Valley
10/22/2017 1820 CA-CZU Bear Fire: 391 acres, 79% contained. Crews continue to make good progress.
10/22/2017 1800 CA-SHF Buck Fire: 13,414 acres, 68% contained. The fire continues to burn with minimal intensity due to higher humidity. The threaten to private land, spotted owl habitat, and Class 1 Air shed remains.
10/22/2017 0755 CA-MEU Mendocino Lake Complex: 38,730 acres, 97% contained. Crews continue to take advantage of the moderated fire behavior and make good progress at strengthening control lines and mopping up. Reports show 447 residential, 7 commercial and 252 outbuildings destroyed under the Complex.
10/22/2017 0750 CA-LNU Southern LNU Complex: 51,624 acres, 92% contained. Fire activity remains minimal thanks to cooperating weather. To date, there have been 6 confirmed fatalities reported under the Atlas Fire.
10/22/2017 0740 CA-LNU Central LNU Complex: 110,720 acres, 88% contained. The threat to structures has been mitigated and repopulation continues for the Tubbs and Nuns Fires with 4,489 civilians still evacuated. All evacuations have been lifted on the Pocket Fire. To date, there have been 23 confirmed fatalities, 5,094 residential buildings and 25 commercial buildings destroyed, under the Central LNU Complex.
10/21/2017 1840 CA-CZU Bear Fire: 391 acres, 65% contained. Fire behavior has moderated with higher humidities moving to the fire area.
10/21/2017 1840 CA-LNU Central LNU Complex: 110,336 acres, 87% contained. Evacuation orders continue to be lifted and re population is occurring where possible. Fire behavior is primarily minimal as crews continue to construct fire-line and improve areas where needed.
10/21/2017 1835 CA-LNU Southern LNU Complex: 51,624 acres, 90% contained. Fire activity was minimal, primarily burning interior pockets of unburned or heavy fuels.
10/21/2017 1835 CA-MEU Mendocino Lake Complex: 38,730 acres, 96% contained. Crews continue to make good progress constructing and improving direct fire line.
10/21/2017 1815 CA-SHF Buck Fire: 13,348 acres, 68% contained. Precipitation has moderated fire behavior with no fire growth since last report. Crews are taking advantage of the reduced fire intensity, constructing direct fire-line where conditions permit. The fire continues to threaten private land, spotted owl habitat, commercial timber and range land in the area.
10/21/2017 1000 CA-SHF Buck Fire: 13,348 acres, 68% contained. Fire activity has moderated thanks to precipitation over the fire area. The fire continues to threaten private land, spotted owl habitat, commercial timber and range land in the area.
10/21/2017 0955 CA-CZU Bear Fire: 391 acres, 50% contained. A Marin Type 3 team is assigned to the incident. Four structures have been destroyed.
10/20/2017 1840

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

10/20/2017 1840

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solano Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 51,624 acres grass and brush, 88% contained
  • 862 structures threatened and 3,228 civilians evacuated
  • Destroyed: 445 residential, 19 commercial, 277 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 77 residential, 11 commercial, 38 outbuildings
  • Damage assessment is 98% complete
  • Repopulation continues for evacuated areas
  • Team is scheduled to transfer incident back to the local unit today
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Atlas Fire – 51,624 acres, 87% contained – east of Napa
10/20/2017 1840

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update
State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 107,366 acres oak woodland and brush, 86% contained
  • Destroyed: 5,094 residential, 105 commercial, 1293 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 291 residential, 25 commercial, 133 outbuildings
  • 23 confirmed fatalities
  • 155 structures remain threatened and 10,480 civilians evacuated
  • Additional evacuation orders have been lifted
  • Significant fires in the complex include
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned
10/20/2017 1840

Bear, Vegetation Fire, Santa Cruz County, Update
Bear Creek Canyon Rd, 4 miles northeast of Boulder Creek
State DPA, SRA, San Mateo – Santa Cruz Unit

  • 391 acres timber and brush, 45% contained
  • All threats have been mitigated
  • 4 structures have been destroyed
  • Marin Type 3 team remains assigned
10/20/2017 1815

Buck, Vegetation Fire, Trinity County, Update
2 mi NE of Buck Ridge, 2 mi NW of Black Mt
Federal DPA, FRA, Shasta Trinity NF

  • 13,348 acres timber, 68% contained (total percent to be contained: 80%)
  • Type 3 IC (Mack)
  • Fire activity was moderate today due to precipitation received over the fire area.
  • Crews continue to prep and strengthen control lines
  • Fire is threatening private land, spotted owl habitat, commercial timber land and range land
  • Forest area, road and trail closures in effect.
  • Federal ground resources committed
10/20/2017 1815

Table, Vegetation Fire, El Dorado County, Final
Table Rock West of Wrights Lake
Federal DPA, FRA, El Dorado NF

  • 426 acres, timber 100% contained
  • Type 4 organization
10/20/2017 0845

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

  • 38,730 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 95% contained
  • Destroyed: 447 residential 7 commercial, and 252 outbuilding
  • Damaged: 21 residential, 2 commercial and 29 outbuildings
  • Team is scheduled to transfer incident back to the unit today
  • Significant fires in the complex include
CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)
10/20/2017 0845

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solano Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 51,624 acres grass and brush, 87% contained
  • 862 structures threatened and 4,026 civilians evacuated
  • Destroyed: 445 residential, 19 commercial, 277 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 78 residential, 11 commercial, 37 outbuildings
  • Repopulation continues for evacuated areas
  • Team is scheduled to transfer incident back to the local unit today
  • Significant fires in the complex include
10/20/2017 0845

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update
State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 107,366 acres oak woodland and brush, 85% contained
  • Destroyed: 5,094 residential, 105 commercial, 1293 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 291 residential, 25 commercial, 65 outbuildings
  • 23 confirmed fatalities
  • 155 structures threatened and 10,480 civilians evacuated
  • Additional evacuations have been lifted
  • Significant fires in the complex include
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned
10/20/2017 0845

Bear, Vegetation Fire, Santa Cruz County, Update
Bear Creek Canyon Rd, 4 miles northeast of Boulder Creek
State DPA, SRA, San Mateo – Santa Cruz Unit

  • 320 acres timber and brush, 40% contained
  • 4 structures have been destroyed
  • Repopulation for the area of Los Cumbres subdivision occurred last evening
  • Marin Type 3 team remains assigned
10/20/2017 0845

Table, Vegetation Fire, El Dorado County, Update
Table Rock West of Wrights Lake
Federal DPA, FRA, El Dorado NF

  • 426 acres, timber 95% contained
  • Type 4 organization
  • Threat to heritage sites
  • Federal ground resources committed
10/20/2017 0845

Buck, Vegetation Fire, Trinity County, Update
2 mi NE of Buck Ridge, 2 mi NW of Black Mt
Federal DPA, FRA, Shasta Trinity NF

  • 12,475 acres timber, 68% contained (total percent to be contained: 80%)
  • Type 3 IC (Anderson)
  • Crews continue to prep and strengthen control lines
  • Three private land inholdings and one structure is still in evacuation. 
  • Fire is threatening private land, spotted owl habitat, commercial timber land and range land
  • Forest area, road and trail closures in effect.
  • Federal ground resources committed
10/19/2017 1945

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

  • 38,730 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 90% contained
  • Destroyed: 447 residential 7 commercial, and 252 outbuilding
  • Damaged: 21 residential, 2 commercial and 29 outbuildings
  • Significant fires in the complex include
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)
10/19/2017 1945

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solano Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

10/19/2017 1945

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update
State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned
10/19/2017 1945

Bear, Vegetation Fire, Santa Cruz County, Update
Bear Creek Canyon Rd, 4 miles northeast of Boulder Creek
State DPA, SRA, San Mateo – Santa Cruz Unit

  • 320 acres timber and brush, 35% contained
  • Heavy fuels and steep terrain continue to challenge fire suppression
  • 4 structures have been destroyed
  • 300 structures remain threatened
  • Seven firefighter injuries to date, two were reportable
  • Evacuations have been lifted in the Los Cumbres subdivision
Marin Type 3 team assigned
10/18/2017 1900

Fallon, Vegetation Fire, Santa Clara County, Final
Fallon Road 3 miles East of Dublin
State DPA, SRA, Santa Clara Unit

  • 116 acres grass, 100% contained

Bear, Vegetation Fire, Santa Cruz County, Update
Bear Creek Canyon Rd, 4 miles northeast of Boulder Creek
State DPA, SRA, San Mateo – Santa Cruz Unit

  • 300 acres timber and brush, 15% contained
  • Heavy fuels and steep terrain continue to challenge fire suppression
  • Evacuation orders remain in place
  • 300 structures remain threatened
  • The fire is burning below the Las Cumbres subdivision which is under an evacuation order
  • Marin Type 3 team assigned

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update
State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 105,080 acres oak woodland and brush, 73% contained
  • Destroyed: 4,655 residential, 100 commercial, 1036 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 249 residential, 25 commercial, 56 outbuildings
  • 22 confirmed fatalities
  • 2,285 structures threatened and 10,503 civilians evacuated
  • Significant fires in the complex include
      • 7,594 civilians remain evacuated
      • Threat continues to communities in the Sonoma Valley
      • Destroyed: 468 residential, 17 commercial, 418 outbuildings
      • Damaged: 68 residential, 4 commercial, 58 outbuildings
      • 1,519 civilians remain evacuated
    •  
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solano Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson) assigned

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

      • Destroyed: 133 residential, 2 commercial, and 26 outbuildings destroyed
      • Damaged: 5 residential, 0 commercial and 4 outbuildings
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)

 

NEU Wind Complex, Vegetation Fires, Nevada and Butte Counties, Final
State DPA, SRA, Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit

  • 17,037 acres timber and brush, 100% contained
  • Destroyed: 203 residential, 1 commercial and 194 outbuildings destroyed
  • Damaged: 6 residential and 10 outbuildings
  • 4 civilian fatalities and 1 civilian injury to date
  • Final reporting on the NEU Wind Complex
10/18/2017 1840 CA-SRF Rivers Fire: 148 acres, 95% contained. Fire behavior remains minimal as crews continue to make good progress mopping up. This will be the final report unless significant changes occur.
10/18/2017 1840 CA-PNF Eureka Fire: 437 acres, 92% contained. Fire behavior remains minimal and smoldering. This will be the final report unless significant changes occur.
10/18/2017 1835 CA-ENF Table Fire: 426 acres, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior. Final report unless significant change occurs
10/18/2017 1835 CA-SHF Buck Fire: 12,475 acres, 68% contained. Three private land inholdings and one structure have evacuation orders in place. Crews continue to prep and strengthen containment lines.
10/16/2017 0730

Federal Incidents

Rivers, Vegetation Fire, Trinity County, Update Forest Route 1 x Hwy 36, Community of Mad River Federal DPA, FRA Six Rivers National Forest

  • 148 acres brush, timber, 85% contained
  • Forward spread of the fire stopped
  • Threat remains to 138 kV Transmission lines
  • Federal ground resources committed

Ice, Vegetation Fire, El Dorado County, Update White Meadows Rd W of Riverton, 12 mi E of Camino, El Dorado NF Federal DPA, FRA

  • 29 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained
  • Federal ground resources committed

Table, Vegetation Fire, El Dorado County, Update Table Rock West of Wrights Lake Federal DPA, FRA, El Dorado NF

  • 465 acres, timber 65% contained
  • Type 3 IC (Pereria)
  • Threat to heritage sites
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Buck, Vegetation Fire, Trinity County, Update 2 mi NE of Buck Ridge, 2 mi NW of Black Mt Federal DPA, FRA, Shasta Trinity NF

  • 11,797 acres timber, 68% contained (total percent to be contained: 80%)
  • Type 3 IC (Anderson)
  • Fire continues to burn in heavy dead and down timber in remote terrain
  • Evacuation warning in place
  • Threats to historical cabin, commercial timberlands, forest plantations, and Northern Spotted Owl habitat.
  • Buck Fire is 1 to 2 miles north of the Mendocino National Forest boundary
  • Federal ground resources committed

Eureka, Vegetation Fire, Plumas County, Update McCrae Meadows, West of Johnsville Federal DPA, FRA Plumas NF

  • 435 acres Timber, 90% contained
  • Type 4 IC (Anderton)
  •  Heavy surface fuels continue to burn with a slow rate of spread
  • No threats
  • Federal ground resources committed

State Incidents

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 97,781 acres oak woodland and brush, 40% contained
  • Destroyed: 3,298 residential, 531 commercial, 118 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 135 residential, 22 commercial, 2 outbuildings
  • 22 confirmed fatalities
  • 24,914 structures threatened and 31,567 civilians evacuated
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Tubbs Fire – 36,390 acres, 70% contained – Calistoga-Santa Rosa
      • Unified Command CAL FIRE and Santa Rosa Fire Dept
      • Fire continues to spread to the north and east up Mount St. Helena and Red Hill
      • Fire is threatening Mount St. Helena communication infrastructure
      • Fire has burned onto the Robert Lewis Stevenson State Park
      • Repopulation of portions of Santa Rosa and Calistoga have occurred all other evacuations orders remain in effect
      • 7,131 civilians remain evacuated
    • Pocket Fire– 11,889 acres, 40% contained– Cloverdale
      • Fire behavior remained active with uphill runs and short range spotting as fire spreads to the east and south threatening the Geyser Geothermal facility
      • 384 civilians remain evacuated
      • Threat continues to the community of Geyserville with evacuation orders in place
    • Nuns Fire– 48,627 acres, 50% contained – Glen Ellen
      • Fire behavior was active with uphill runs, short range spotting and torching Mayacamas Mtn range to Dry Creek west of Yountville.
      • Continued threat to structures along Dry Creek Rd, west of Yountville and Oakville Grade west of Oakville
      • The fire is burning to the west on the north side of the fire into Hood Mountain Regional Park
      • The Nuns fire is close to merging with the Oakmont fire just east of Mt Hood Regional Park
      • Threat continues to communities in the Sonoma and Napa Valleys
      • 24,047 civilians remain evacuated
    •   Oakmont Fire- 875 acres, 15% contained
      • Extreme to moderate fire behavior observed throughout the day with short range spotting
      • Fire is burning to the east into Mt Hood Regional Park where it is less than ½ mile from merging with the Nuns Fire
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solano Counties, Update State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 51,064 acres grass and brush, 68% contained
  • 5,000 residences continue to be threatened
  • Destroyed: 342 residential, 18 commercial, 195 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 50 residential, 10 commercial, 27 outbuildings
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Atlas Fire – 51,064 acres, 68% contained – east of Napa
      • Fire behavior today was minimal confined to interior pockets
      • All evacuation orders for Solano County have been rescinded, except for portions of Twin Sisters West due to utility work
      • 6 confirmed civilian fatalities
    • Nuns Fire – Napa Zone
      • Fire continues to burn east toward the Napa Valley threatening Napa Valley communities
      • Fire burned actively down the Oakville Grade toward Oakville
      • Acreage and containment reported in Central LNU Complex
  • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson) assigned
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

  • 38,007 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 52% contained
  • 200 civilian evacuations and 75 residences threatened
  • Destroyed: 436 residential 7 commercial, and 245 outbuilding
  • Damaged: 21 residential, 2 commercial and 24 outbuildings
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Redwood Valley Fire – 35,800 acres, 50% contained - Potter Valley
      • Fire is backing into the Eel River drainage near Van Arsdale,
      • Structures continue to be threatened in the north/northeast portion of the fire
      • 300 residential, 4 commercial and 215 outbuildings destroyed
      • 8 confirmed civilian fatalities
    • Sulfur Fire - 2,207 acres, 85% contained – Clear Lake Oaks
      • Crews continue to mopup and strengthen containment lines
      • 133 residential, 2 commercial, and 27 outbuildings destroyed
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

NEU Wind Complex, Vegetation Fires, Nevada and Butte Counties, Update State DPA, SRA, Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit

  • 17,037 acres timber and brush, 96% contained
  • Destroyed: 203 residential, 1 commercial and 194 outbuildings destroyed
  • Damaged: 6 residential and 10 outbuildings
  • 4 civilian fatalities and 1 civilian injury to date
  • Fires in the complex include
    • Cascade Fire – 9,989 acres, 96% contained - Collins Lake area
      • Continued mopup and strengthening containment lines
      • 4 civilian fatalities
      • Destroyed: 143 residential and 123 outbuildings
      • Damaged 1 residential and 9 outbuildings
    • LaPorte Fire – 6,151 acres, 95% contained – Bangor, Butte County
      • Continued mopup and strengthening containment lines
      • Destroyed: 31 residential, 1 commercial and 40 outbuildings
      • Damaged: 2 residential
    • Lobo Fire – 821 acres, 97% contained, west of Grass Valley
      • Continued mopup and suppression repair
      • Destroyed: 23 residential, 24 outbuildings
  • CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson) is transitioning the fire back to the Unit today 
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Long, Vegetation Fire, Lake County, Final Highway 20 x Long Valley Rd. 5 miles east of Clear Lake Oaks State DPA, SRA, Sonoma Lake Napa Unit

  • 100 acres, 100% contained

Cherokee, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Final Cherokee Rd x Table Mountain, north of Oroville State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 8,417 acres, 100% contained

Honey, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Final Honey Run Rd, southwest of Paradise State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

150 acres, 100% contained
10/15/2017 0830

Federal Incidents

Rivers, Vegetation Fire, Trinity County, Update Forest Route 1 x Hwy 36, Community of Mad River Federal DPA, FRA Six Rivers National Forest

  • 85 acres brush, timber, 25% contained
  • Forward spread of the fire stopped
  • Crews continue to improve containment lines
  • Threat remains to 138 kV Transmission lines
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Ice, Vegetation Fire, El Dorado County, Update White Meadows Rd W of Riverton, 12 mi E of Camino, El Dorado NF Federal DPA, FRA

  • 29 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained
  • Federal ground resources committed

Table, Vegetation Fire, El Dorado County, Update Table Rock West of Wrights Lake Federal DPA, FRA, El Dorado NF

  • 420 acres, timber 25% contained, Full suppression strategy
  • Type 3 IC (Pereria)
  • Crews continue to bring fire to established control lines where opportunities exist
  • Threat to heritage sites
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Buck, Vegetation Fire, Trinity County, Update 2 mi NE of Buck Ridge, 2 mi NW of Black Mt Federal DPA, FRA, Shasta Trinity NF

  • 11,930 acres timber, 68% contained (total percent to be contained: 80%)
  • Type 3 IC (Anderson)
  • Fire continues to burn in heavy dead and down timber in remote terrain
  • An evacuation notice for a small amount of residence was issued.
  • Threats to historical cabin, commercial timberlands, forest plantations, and Northern Spotted Owl habitat.
  • Buck Fire is 1 to 2 miles north of the Mendocino National Forest boundary
  • Federal ground resources committed

Eureka, Vegetation Fire, Plumas County, Update McCrae Meadows, West of Johnsville Federal DPA, FRA Plumas NF

  • 435 acres Timber, 90% contained
  • Type 4 IC (Anderton)
  •  Heavy surface fuels continue to burn with a slow rate of spread
  • No threats
  • Federal ground resources committed

State Incidents

Long, Vegetation Fire, Lake County, Update Highway 20 x Long Valley Rd. 5 miles east of Clear Lake Oaks State DPA, SRA, Sonoma Lake Napa Unit

  • 100 acres grass and brush, 25% contained
  • Structure threat mitigated
  • All evacuations have been lifted
  • Federal ground resources committed

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 94,370 acres oak woodland and brush, 25% contained
  • Destroyed: 2,805 residential, 526 commercial, 139 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 95 residential, 18 commercial, 2 outbuildings
  • 22 confirmed fatalities
  • 34,176 structures threatened and 53,300 civilians evacuated
  • Red Flag Warning has been issued through Sunday morning
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Tubbs Fire – 35,470 acres, 60% contained – Calistoga-Santa Rosa
      • Unified Command CAL FIRE and Santa Rosa Fire Dept
      • Fire continues to spread to the north and east up Mount St. Helena and Red Hill
      • Fire is threatening Mount St. Helena communication infrastructure
      • Fire has burned onto the Robert Lewis Stevenson State Park
      • Repopulation of portions of Santa Rosa have occurred all other evacuations orders remain in effect
      • Destroyed: 2,778 residential, 522 commercial, 103 outbuildings
      • Damaged: 95 residential, 16 commercial, 0 outbuildings
    • Pocket Fire– 11,246 acres, 25% contained– Cloverdale
      • Fire behavior remained active with uphill runs and short range spotting as fire spreads to the east and south
      • 509 civilians have been evacuated, from the Geyserville area
      • Threat continues to the community of Geyserville
    • Nuns Fire– 47,106 acres, 25% contained – Glen Ellen
      • The fire continues to back down the east side of the Mayacamas Mtn range to Dry Creek west of Yountville
      • Fire made early morning gains with torching and wind driven runs
      • Threat to structures along Dry Creek Rd, west of Yountville and Oakville Grade west of Oakville
      • Mandatory evacuations continue for the east side of the City of Sonoma
      • 25,198 civilians have been evacuated
      • Destroyed: 25 residential, 4 commercial, 36 outbuildings
      • Damaged: 1 residential, 1 commercial, 2 outbuildings
    •   Oakmont Fire- 550 acres, 15% contained
      • Extreme to moderate fire behavior observed throughout the day with short range spotting
      • Fire is burning in a southern direction towards Hwy 12 and backing to the north
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solano Counties, Update State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 51,057 acres grass and brush, 56% contained
  • 17,000 civilians evacuated and 5,000 residences continue to be threatened
  • Destroyed: 303 residential, 13 commercial, 163 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 40 residential, 6 commercial, 23 outbuildings
  • Red Flag Warning for gusty north winds through this morning
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Atlas Fire – 51,057 acres, 56% contained – east of Napa
      • Fire behavior continues to moderate
      • Threat continues for the communities of Napa, Jamison Canyon Area and northern Solano County
      • Minimal repopulation of residents has occurred in the area of Green Valley Road
      • Threat to major Napa County wine growing Region
      • 6 confirmed civilian fatalities
  • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson) assigned
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

  • 37,207 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 37% contained
  • 2,000 civilian evacuations and 800 residences threatened
  • Destroyed: 425 residential 4 commercial, and 235 outbuilding
  • Damaged: 21 residential, 1 commercial and 24 outbuildings
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Redwood Valley Fire – 35,000 acres, 35% contained - Potter Valley
      • Fire continues to spread in multiple directions threatening communities and infrastructure
      • Fire is backing into the Eel River drainage near Van Arsdale
      • Critical fuel moistures are hampering control efforts
      • 292 residential, 2 commercial and 208 outbuildings destroyed
      • 8 confirmed civilian fatalities
      • Threat to the communities of Willits, Howard Forest, and portions of Redwood Valley.
    • Sulfur Fire - 2,207 acres, 70% contained – Clear Lake Oaks
      • Repopulation of evacuated areas in progress
      • 133 residential, 2 commercial, and 27 outbuildings destroyed
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

NEU Wind Complex, Vegetation Fires, Nevada and Butte Counties, Update State DPA, SRA, Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit

  • 17,037 acres timber and brush, 91% contained
  • Destroyed: 203 residences, 1 commercial and 194 outbuildings destroyed
  • Damaged: 6 residence and 10 outbuildings
  • 4 civilian fatalities and 1 civilian injury to date
  • Red Flag Warning for gusty north winds through this morning
  • Fires in the complex include
    • Cascade Fire – 9,989 acres, 87% contained - Collins Lake area
      • Minimal fire behavior within containment lines
      • 4 civilian fatalities
    • LaPorte Fire – 6,151 acres, 80% contained – Bangor, Butte County
      • Minimal fire behavior within containment lines
      • Fire has burned into the Cascade Fire
    • Lobo Fire – 821 acres, 96% contained, west of Grass Valley
    • Minimal fire behavior observed
  • CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson)
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Cherokee, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Update Cherokee Rd x Table Mountain, north of Oroville State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 8,417 acres oak woodland and brush, 85% contained
  • 3 residential structures destroyed
  • Crews continue to strengthen containment lines
  • No Federal resources committed

Honey, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Update Honey Run Rd, southwest of Paradise State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 150 acres, grass and brush, 85% contained
  • Structure threat has been mitigated
  • Crews continue to strengthen containment lines
  • No Federal Resources committed
10/14/2017 1945

Federal Incidents

Rivers, Vegetation Fire, Trinity County, Update Forest Route 1 x Hwy 36, Community of Mad River Federal DPA, FRA Six Rivers National Forest

  • 85 acres brush, timber, 25% contained
  • Structure threat mitigated and evacuations have been lifted
  • Crews have a wet line around the fire and continue to construct hand line
  • Fire was held on the Forest Route 1 Rd.
  • Threat remains to 138 kV Transmission lines
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Ice, Vegetation Fire, El Dorado County, Update White Meadows Rd W of Riverton, 12 mi E of Camino, El Dorado NF Federal DPA, FRA

  • 29 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained
  • Federal ground resources committed

Table, Vegetation Fire, El Dorado County, Update Table Rock West of Wrights Lake Federal DPA, FRA, El Dorado NF

  • 420 acres, timber 25% contained, Full suppression strategy
  • Type 3 IC (Pereria)
  • Crews continue to bring fire to established control lines where opportunities exist
  • Threat to heritage sites
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Buck, Vegetation Fire, Trinity County, Update 2 mi NE of Buck Ridge, 2 mi NW of Black Mt Federal DPA, FRA, Shasta Trinity NF

  • 11,930 acres timber, 68% contained (total percent to be contained: 80%)
  • Type 3 IC (Anderson)
  • Fire continues to burn in heavy dead and down timber in remote terrain
  • An evacuation notice for a small amount of residence was issued.
  • Red Flag Warnings to persist over the fire area until 2100 tonight
  • Threats to historical cabin, commercial timberlands, forest plantations, and Northern Spotted Owl habitat.
  • Buck Fire is 1 to 2 miles north of the Mendocino National Forest boundary
  • Federal ground resources committed

Eureka, Vegetation Fire, Plumas County, Update McCrae Meadows, West of Johnsville Federal DPA, FRA Plumas NF

  • 435 acres Timber, 90% contained
  • Type 4 IC (Anderton)
  •  Heavy surface fuels continue to burn with a slow rate of spread
  • No threats
  • Federal ground resources committed

State Incidents

Long, Vegetation Fire, Lake County, Update Highway 20 x Long Valley Rd. 5 miles east of Clear Lake Oaks State DPA, SRA, Sonoma Lake Napa Unit

  • 100 acres grass and brush, 25% contained
  • Structure threat mitigated
  • All evacuations have been lifted
  • Federal ground resources committed

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 94,370 acres oak woodland and brush, 18% contained
  • Destroyed: 2,805 residential, 526 commercial, 131 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 96 residential, 18 commercial, 2 outbuildings
  • 22 confirmed fatalities
  • 36,746 structures threatened and 53,300 civilians evacuated
  • Red Flag Warning has been issued through Sunday morning
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Tubbs Fire – 35,470 acres, 50% contained – Calistoga-Santa Rosa
      • Unified Command CAL FIRE and Santa Rosa Fire Dept
      • Fire continues to spread to the north and east up Mount St. Helena and Red Hill
      • Continued threat to Mount St. Helena communication infrastructure
      • Fire has burned onto the Robert Lewis Stevenson State Park
      • Repopulation of portions of Santa Rosa have occurred all other evacuations orders remain in effect
      • Destroyed: 2,278 residential, 522 commercial, 103 outbuildings
      • Damaged: 95 residential, 16 commercial, 0 outbuildings
    • Pocket Fire– 11,246 acres, 15% contained– Cloverdale
      • Fire behavior remained active with uphill runs and short range spotting as fire spreads to the east and south
      • 509 civilians have been evacuated, from the Geyserville area
      • Threat continues to the community of Geyserville
    • Nuns Fire– 47,106 acres, 15% contained – Glen Ellen
      • The fire continues to back down the east side of the Mayacamas Mtn range to Dry Creek west of Yountville
      • Fire made early morning gains with torching and wind driven runs
      • Threat to structures along Dry Creek Rd, west of Yountville and Oakville Grade west of Oakville
      • Mandatory evacuations continue for the east side of the City of Sonoma
      • 25,198 civilians have been evacuated
      • Destroyed: 25 residential, 4 commercial, 36 outbuildings
      • Damaged: 1 residential, 1 commercial, 2 outbuildings
    •   Oakmont Fire- 550 acres, 10% contained
  • Extreme to moderate fire behavior observed throughout the day with short range spotting
  • Fire is burning in a southern direction towards Hwy 12 and backing to the north
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solano Counties, Update State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 50,403 acres grass and brush, 48% contained
  • 17,000 civilians evacuated and 5,000 residences continue to be threatened
  • Destroyed: 252 residential, 11 commercial, 116 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 35 residential, 2 commercial, 14 outbuildings
  • Red Flag Warning for gusty north winds through Sunday morning
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Atlas Fire – 50,403 acres, 48% contained – east of Napa
      • Fire behavior has moderated
      • Threat continues for the communities of Napa, Jamison Canyon Area and northern Solano County
      • Minimal repopulation of residents have occurred in the area of Green Valley Road
      • Threat to major Napa County wine growing Region
      • 6 confirmed civilian fatalities
  • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson) assigned
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

  • 37,500 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 32% contained
  • 2,000 civilian evacuations and 800 residences threatened
  • Destroyed: 333 residential 4 commercial, and 227 outbuilding
  • Damaged: 21 residential, and 24 outbuildings
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Redwood Valley Fire – 35,000 acres, 30% contained - Potter Valley
      • Fire continues to spread in multiple directions threatening communities and infrastructure
      • Fire is backing into the Eel River drainage near Van Arsdale
      • Critical fuel moistures are hampering control efforts
      • 223 residential, and 161 outbuildings destroyed
      • 8 confirmed civilian fatalities
      • Threat to the communities of Willits, Howard Forest, and portions of Redwood Valley.
    • Sulfur Fire - 2,207 acres, 70% contained – Clear Lake Oaks
      • Repopulation of evacuated areas in progress
      • 133 residential, 2 commercial, and 27 outbuildings destroyed
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

NEU Wind Complex, Vegetation Fires, Nevada and Butte Counties, Update State DPA, SRA, Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit

  • 17,102 acres timber and brush, 87% contained
  • Destroyed: 203 residences, 1 commercial and 194 outbuildings destroyed
  • Damaged: 6 residence and 10 outbuildings
  • 4 civilian fatalities and 1 civilian injury to date
  • Red Flag Warning for gusty north winds through Saturday night
  • Fires in the complex include
    • Cascade Fire – 9,961 acres, 87% contained - Collins Lake area
      • Minimal fire behavior within containment lines
      • 4 civilian fatalities
    • LaPorte Fire – 6,144 acres, 80% contained – Bangor, Butte County
      • Minimal fire behavior within containment lines
      • Fire has burned into the Cascade Fire
    • Lobo Fire – 821 acres, 95% contained, west of Grass Valley
      • Minimal fire behavior observed
  • CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson) 
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Cherokee, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Update Cherokee Rd x Table Mountain, north of Oroville State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 8,417 acres oak woodland and brush, 85% contained
  • 3 residential structures destroyed
  • Crews continue to strengthen containment lines
  • No Federal resources committed

Honey, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Update Honey Run Rd, southwest of Paradise State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 150 acres, grass and brush, 85% contained
  • Structure threat has been mitigated
  • Crews continue to strengthen containment lines
No Federal resources committed
10/14/2017 1130

Federal Incidents

Ice, Vegetation Fire, El Dorado County, Update White Meadows Rd W of Riverton, 12 mi E of Camino, El Dorado NF Federal DPA, FRA

  • 29 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained
  • Federal ground resources committed

Table, Vegetation Fire, El Dorado County, Update Table Rock West of Wrights Lake Federal DPA, FRA, El Dorado NF

  • 324 acres, timber 25% contained, Full suppression strategy
  • Type 3 IC (Pereria)
  • Moderate fire behavior with backing, flanking, and smoldering
  • Threat to heritage sites
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Buck, Vegetation Fire, Trinity County, Update 2 mi NE of Buck Ridge, 2 mi NW of Black Mt Federal DPA, FRA, Shasta Trinity NF

  • 11,265 acres timber, 69% contained (total percent to be contained: 80%)
  • Type 3 IC (Anderson)
  • Active fire behavior with wind driven and uphill runs, and backing
  • Threats to historical cabin, commercial timberlands, forest plantations, and Northern Spotted Owl habitat.
  • Federal ground resources committed

Eureka, Vegetation Fire, Plumas County, Update McCrae Meadows, West of Johnsville Federal DPA, FRA Plumas NF

  • 433 acres Timber, 90% contained
  • Type 3 IC (Fregulia), transitioning to a Type 4 IC
  • Moderate fire behavior with flanking, backing and creeping
  • No threats
  • Federal ground resources committed

State Incidents

Long, Vegetation Fire, Lake County, Update Highway 20 x Long Valley Rd. 5 miles east of Clear Lake Oaks State DPA, SRA, Sonoma Lake Napa Unit

  • 100 acres grass, 10% contained
  • Forward spread has been stopped
  • Structure threat has been mitigated
  • Link

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 92,370 acres oak woodland and brush, 14% contained
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea)
  • Destroyed: 1,957 residential, 48 commercial, 77 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 56 residential, 5 commercial, 2 outbuildings
  • 17 confirmed fatalities
  • 33,943 structures threatened and 46,288 civilians evacuated
  • Red Flag Warning has been issued for Friday through Saturday night
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Tubbs Fire – 35,270 acres, 44% contained – Calistoga-Santa Rosa
      • Unified Command CAL FIRE and Santa Rosa Fire Dept
      • Fire continues to spread to the north and east up Mount St. Helena and Red Hill
      • Threat to Mount St. Helena communication infrastructure
      • Fire has burned onto the Robert Lewis Stevenson State Park
      • Repopulation of portions of Santa Rosa have occurred all other evacuations orders remain in effect
      • Destroyed: 1,932 residential, 44 commercial, 41 outbuildings
      • Damaged: 55 residential, 4 commercial, 4 outbuildings
    • Pocket Fire– 10,996 acres, 5% contained– Cloverdale
      • Fire behavior remained active with uphill runs and short range spotting as fire spreads to the east and south
      • 509 civilians have been evacuated, from the Geyserville area
      • Threat continues to the community of Geyserville
    • Nuns Fire– 46,104 acres, 10% contained – Glen Ellen
      • The fire continues to back down the east side of the Mayacamas Mtn range to Dry Creek west of Yountville
      • Threat to structures along Dry Creek Rd, west of Yountville and Oakville Grade west of Oakville
      • Mandatory evacuations orders have been executed for the east side of the City of Sonoma
      • 18,186 civilians have been evacuated
      • Destroyed: 25 residential, 4 commercial, 36 outbuildings
      • Damaged: 1 residential, 1 commercial, 2 outbuildings
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solano Counties, Update State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 50,383 acres grass and brush, 45% contained
  • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson)
  • Over 17,000 civilians evacuated and 5,000 residences threatened
  • Destroyed: 252 residential, 11 commercial, 116 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 35 residential, 2 commercial, 14 outbuildings
  • Red Flag Warning for gusty north winds up to 45mph through Saturday night
  • The Partrick Fire has merged with the Nuns Fire and is now being managed and reported by the Central LNU Complex
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Atlas Fire – 50,383 acres, 45% contained – east of Napa
      • Fire behavior remains active making runs to the north
      • The fire has crossed Hwy 128 to the northeast and is burning to Lake Berryessa
      • Threat to communities of Napa, Jamison Canyon Area and northern Solano County
      • Threat to major Napa County wine growing Region
      • 4 confirmed civilian fatalities
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

  • 36,500 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 27% contained
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)
  • 8,000 civilian evacuations and 1,000 residences threatened
  • Destroyed: 357 residential 2 commercial,and 192 outbuilding
  • Damaged: 19 residential, and 34 outbuildings
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Redwood Valley Fire – 34,000 acres, 20% contained - Potter Valley
      • Fire continues to spread in multiple directions threatening communities and infrastructure
      • Fire behavior remains active with backing fires and slope driven active runs with short range spotting
      • 223 residential, and 161 outbuildings destroyed
      • Evacuations orders for portions of Potter Valley have been reduced to warnings
      • 8 confirmed civilian fatalities
      • Threat to the communities of Willits, Howard Forest, and portions of Redwood Valley.
    • Sulfur Fire - 2,500 acres, 60% contained – Clear Lake Oaks
      • Repopulation of evacuated areas in progress
      • 134 residential, 2 commercial, and 31 outbuildings destroyed
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

NEU Wind Complex, Vegetation Fires, Nevada and Butte Counties, Update State DPA, SRA, Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit

  • 17,102 acres timber and brush, 82% contained
  • CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson) 
  • Destroyed: 208 residences, 1 commercial and 156 outbuildings destroyed
  • Damaged: 6 residence and 51 outbuildings
  • 4 civilian fatalities and 1 civilian injury to date
  • Red Flag Warning for gusty north winds through Saturday night
  • Fires in the complex include
    • Cascade Fire – 9,961 acres, 81% contained - Collins Lake area
      • Minimal fire behavior within containment lines
      • 4 civilian fatalities
    • LaPorte Fire – 6,144 acres, 77% contained – Bangor, Butte County
      • Minimal fire behavior within containment lines
      • Fire has burned into the Cascade Fire
    • Lobo Fire – 821 acres, 93% contained, west of Grass Valley
      • Minimal fire behavior observed
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Cherokee, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Update Cherokee Rd x Table Mountain, north of Oroville State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 8,417 acres oak woodland and brush, 75% contained
  • 3 residential structures destroyed
  • Minimal fire behavior observed
  • Crews continue to strengthen containment lines
  • No Federal resources committed

Honey, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Update Honey Run Rd, southwest of Paradise State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 150 acres, grass and brush, 80% contained
  • Minimal fire behavior observed
  • 50 structures remain threatened
  • Crews continue to complete line to mitigate structure threat
  • No Federal resources committed
10/13/2017 1430 National Weather Service - Sacramento, Monterey, and Eureka have issued Red Flag Warnings for high winds and low humidity in effect at 2300 Friday night through 0800 Sunday morning for much of the North Ops GACC. Link
10/13/2017 0840 National Weather Service - Sacramento, Monterey, and Eureka have issued Red Flag Warnings for high winds and low humidity in effect at 2300 Friday night through 0800 Sunday morning for much of the North Ops GACC. Link
10/13/2017 0815

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 89,620 acres oak woodland and brush, 14% contained
  • Destroyed: 1,034 residential, 24 commercial, 5 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 47 residential and 1 commercial
  • 17 confirmed fatalities
  • 33,943 structures threatened and 72,905 civilians evacuated
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Tubbs Fire – 34,770 acres, 25% contained – Calistoga-Santa Rosa
      • Unified Command CAL FIRE and Santa Rosa Fire Dept
      • Fire continues to spread to the north and east
      • Mandatory evacuations remain for the city of Calistoga
      • The fire has burned over Mount St. Helena
      • Fire has burned onto the Robert Lewis Stevenson State Park
      • 2 hospitals have been evacuated
      • 62,143 civilians have been evacuated
      • Hwy 101 traffic remains compromised with periodic closures
      • Red Flag Warning has been issued for Friday through Saturday night
    • Pocket Fire– 9,996 acres, 5% contained– Cloverdale
      • Fire behavior remained active as fire spreads to the east and south
      • 291 civilians have been evacuated
      • Threat continues to the communities of Cloverdale and Geyserville

 

    • Nuns– 44,381 acres, 5% contained – Glen Ellen
      • Fire continues to spread to the east over the Mayacamas ridge across into Napa County and Dry Creek Rd toward Yountville
      • Threat and evacuation orders to the community of Glen Ellen
      • Fire is burning on both sides of Hwy 12
      • Residential and commercial structures have been destroyed
    • Pressley – 473 acres, 10% contained
      • Threat to structures in the Crane Canyon and Bennett Valley area
    • Adobe – merged with Nuns Fire, now being reported as part of Nuns Fire
CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned
10/13/2017 0815

Honey, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Update Honey Run Rd, southwest of Paradise State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 150 acres, grass and brush, 75% contained
  • Minimal fire behavior observed
  • 50 structures remain threatened
Crews continue to complete line to mitigate structure threat
10/13/2017 0815

Cherokee, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Update Cherokee Rd x Table Mountain, north of Oroville State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 8,417 acres oak woodland and brush, 70% contained
  • 3 residential structures destroyed
  • Minimal fire behavior observed
Crews continue to strengthen containment lines
10/13/2017 0815

NEU Wind Complex, Vegetation Fires, Nevada and Butte Counties, Update State DPA, SRA, Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit

  • 17,155 acres timber and brush, 53% contained
  • Destroyed: 187 residences, 1 commercial and 178 outbuildings destroyed
  • Damaged: 5 residence and 8 outbuildings
  • 4 civilian fatalities and 1 civilian injury to date
  • Fires in the complex include
    • Cascade Fire – 10,120 acres, 45% contained - Collins Lake area
      • Moderate fire behavior within containment lines
      • Significant structure loss
      •  4 civilian fatalities
      • Evacuation orders remain in place
    • LaPorte Fire – 6,059 acres, 65% contained – Bangor, Butte County
    • McCourtney Fire – 76 acres, 95% contained – southwest of Grass Valley
      • Minimal fire behavior observed
      • Multiple structures lost
    • Lobo Fire – 821 acres, 65% contained, west of Grass Valley
      • Minimal fire behavior observed.
CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson)
10/13/2017 0815

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

  • 36,500 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 13% contained
  • 8,000 civilian evacuations and 1,000 residences threatened
  • Destroyed: 245 residential and 124 outbuilding
  • Damaged: 15 residential, 2 commercial, and 26 outbuildings
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Redwood Valley Fire – 32,100 acres, 5% contained - Potter Valley
      • Fire continues to spread to the northeast north to Pine Mountain and Tomki.
      • Slope driven active runs with short range spotting
      • 114 residential, and 98 outbuildings destroyed
      • Evacuations orders remain in place for areas around Howard Forest
      • 8 confirmed civilian fatalities
      • Threat to the communities of Willits, Howard Forest, and Potter Valley
    • Sulfur Fire - 2,500 acres, 45% contained – Clear Lake Oaks
      • All areas west of Clearlake Park including Elem Indian Colony remain under evacuation orders
      • Repopulation plans will commence in next 24 hours
      • 131 residential, 2 commercial, and 26 outbuildings destroyed.
      • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)
10/13/2017 0815

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solano Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 60,607 acres grass and brush, 45% contained
  • Over 17,000 civilians evacuated and 5,000 residences threatened
  • Destroyed: 235 residential, 8 commercial, 82 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 31 residential, 1 commercial, 13 outbuildings
  • Red Flag Warning for gusty north winds through Saturday night
  • The Sonoma County Fires (Nuns, Adobe, and Pressley) are now being managed and reported by the Central LNU Complex
  • All fires experienced active to extreme fire behavior with spotting
  • Multiple roadways are closed or impassible due to fallen debris, downed powerlines, and vegetation blocking access.
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Atlas Fire – 48,228 acres, 27% contained – east of Napa
    • Partrick – 12,379 acres, 18% contained – west of Napa, east of Sonoma
      • This fire will be reported on the Central LNU Complex at 1800hrs  due to the Partrick Fire and Nuns Fire merging
      • Fire continues to burn to the north along the Mayacamas ridge northeast of Sonoma
      • Threat continues to the communities of Sonoma and Napa
      • Portions of the City of Sonoma are under evacuation warnings
      • Destroyed: 5 residential and 1 outbuildings Damaged: 2 outbuilding.
      • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson) assigned
10/13/2017 0800 CA-SHF Buck Fire: 10,450 acres timber, 70% contained. Moderate short range spotting, backing and single tree torching.
10/13/2017 0800 CA-PNF Eureka Fire: 420 acres, 90% contained. Fire behavior was moderate with some flanking and single tree torching observed. There are no reported threats.
10/13/2017 0800 CA-ENF Table Fire: 170 acres, 15% contained.
10/13/2017 0800

CA-ENF Ice Fire: 29 acres, 95% contained.

10/12/2017 1925

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update
State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 68,726 acres oak woodland and brush, 14% contained
  • Destroyed: 1,034 residential, 24 commercial, 5 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 47 residential and 1 commercial
  • 15 confirmed fatalities
  • 33,943 structures threatened and 72,905 civilians evacuated
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Tubbs Fire – 34,770 acres, 10% contained – Calistoga-Santa Rosa
      • Unified Command CAL FIRE and Santa Rosa Fire Dept
      • Fire continues to spread to the north and east
      • Fire spotted to the south this afternoon
      • Mandatory evacuations for the city of Calistoga
      • The fire has burned over Mount St. Helena
      • Fire has burned onto the Robert Lewis Stevenson State Park
      • 2 hospitals have been evacuated
      • 62,143 civilians have been evacuated
      • Hwy 101 traffic remains compromised with periodic closures
      • Red Flag Warning has been issued for Friday through Saturday night
    • Pocket Fire– 8,430 acres, 0% contained– Cloverdale
      • Fire behavior remained active as fire spreads to the east and south
      • 291 civilians have been evacuated
      • Threat continues to the communities of Cloverdale and Geyserville
    • Nuns– 17,498 acres, 3% contained – Glen Ellen
      • Fire continues to spread to the east over the Mayacamas ridge across into Napa County and Dry Creek Rd toward Yountville
      • Threat and evacuation orders to the community of Glen Ellen
      • Fire is burning on both sides of Hwy 12
      • Residential and commercial structures have been destroyed
    • Pressley – 473 acres, 1% contained
      • Threat to structures in the Crane Canyon and Bennett Valley area
    • Adobe – 7,555 acres, 1% contained – Kenwood
      • The fire continues to burn on both sides of Hwy 12
      • The fire is actively burning toward Sugarloaf Ridge State Park to the east, Bennett Valley and Annadel State Park to the northwest, and Sonoma Mountain to the south, and toward the community of Oakmont to the north
      • Threat remains to the communities of Oakmont, Kenwood, and Bennett Valley, as well as structures in the Sonoma-Bennett Mtn areas
      • Residential and Commercial structures have been destroyed
      • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Nouveau) assigned
10/12/2017 1925

Cherokee, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Update
Cherokee Rd x Table Mountain, north of Oroville
State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 8,360 acres oak woodland and brush, 65% contained
  • 3 residential structures destroyed
  • Minimal fire behavior observed
  • Crews continue to strengthen containment lines

Honey, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Update
Honey Run Rd, southwest of Paradise
State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 150 acres, grass and brush, 75% contained

37, Vegetation Fire, Sonoma County, Final
Hwy 37, 11 miles southeast of Petaluma
State DPA, SRA, Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 1,660 acres, 100% contained
10/12/2017 1925

NEU Wind Complex, Vegetation Fires, Nevada and Butte Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit

  • 17,235 acres timber and brush, 41% contained
  • Destroyed: 187 residences, 1 commercial and 178 outbuildings destroyed
  • Damaged: 5 residence and 8 outbuildings
  • 4 civilian fatalities and 1 civilian injury to date
  • Fires in the complex include
    • Cascade Fire – 10,171 acres, 45% contained - Collins Lake area
      • Moderate fire behavior within containment lines
      • Significant structure loss
      •  4 civilian fatalities
      • Evacuation orders remain in place
    • LaPorte Fire – 6,109 acres, 25% contained – Bangor, Butte County
      • Moderate fire behavior within containment lines
      • Significant structure loss
      • Fire has burned into the Cascade Fire
    • McCourtney Fire – 76 acres, 89% contained – southwest of Grass Valley
      • Minimal fire behavior observed
      • Multiple structures lost
    • Lobo Fire – 829 acres, 52% contained, west of Grass Valley
      • Minimal fire behavior observed
      • CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson)
10/12/2017 1925

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

  • 36,500 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 13% contained
  • 8,000 civilian evacuations and 1,000 residences threatened
  • Destroyed: 245 residential and 124 outbuilding
  • Damaged: 15 residential, 2 commercial, and 26 outbuildings
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Redwood Valley Fire – 32,100 acres, 5% contained - Potter Valley
      • Fire continues to spread to the northeast north to Pine Mountain and Tomki.
      • Slope driven active runs with short range spotting
      • 114 residential, and 98 outbuildings destroyed
      • All evacuations orders remain in place
      • 8 confirmed civilian fatalities
      • Threat to the communities of Willits and Howard Forest
    • Sulfur Fire - 2,500 acres, 45% contained – Clear Lake Oaks
      • All areas west of Clearlake Park including Elem Indian Colony remain under evacuation orders
      • 131 residential, 2 commercial, and 26 outbuildings destroyed
      • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)
10/12/2017 1925

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solano Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 54,764 acres grass and brush, 10% contained
  • Over 17,000 civilians evacuated and 5,000 residences threatened
  • Destroyed: 181 residential, 7 commercial, 36 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 27 residential, 1 commercial, 7 outbuildings
  • Red Flag Warning for gusty north winds through Saturday night
  • The Sonoma County Fires (Nuns, Adobe, and Pressley) are now being managed and reported by the Central LNU Complex
  • All fires experienced active to extreme fire behavior with spotting
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Atlas Fire – 43,862 acres, 7% contained – east of Napa
      • Fire continues to make significant runs to the south into Solano County threatening the communities of Green Valley and Fairfield
      • Fire behavior continues to be active with uphill runs with spotting
      • The fire has crossed Hwy128 to the northeast and is burning to Lake Berryessa
      • Significant residential and commercial property loss
      • 2 confirmed fatalities
      • Additional structures threatened with evacuation orders in Green Valley area
    • Partrick – 10,902 acres, 3% contained – west of Napa, east of Sonoma
      • Fire continues to burn to the north along the Mayacamas ridge northeast of Sonoma
      • Threat continues to the communities of Sonoma and Napa
      • Portions of the City of Sonoma are under mandatory evacuations
      • Significant structure loss with civilian injuries
  • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson) assigned
10/12/2017 1915 CA-ENF Table Fire: 170 acres, 15% contained.
10/12/2017 1915 CA-PNF Eureka Fire: 420 acres, 90% contained. Fire behavior was moderate with some flanking and single tree torching observed. There are no reported threats.
10/12/2017 1910 CA-ENF Ice Fire: 29 acres, 95% contained.
10/12/2017 1845 National Weather Service - Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch for high winds and low humidity in effect late Friday night through Saturday evening for much of the North Ops GACC. Link
10/12/2017 0845

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update
State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 42,400 acres oak woodland and brush, 10% contained
  • Destroyed: 550 residential, 21 commercial, 5 outbuildings
  • 29,192 structures threatened and 62,434 civilians evacuated
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Tubbs Fire – 34,270 acres, 10% contained – Calistoga-Santa Rosa
      • Unified Command CAL FIRE and Santa Rosa Fire Dept
      • Fire continues to burn to the north with wind driven uphill runs
      • Mandatory evacuations for the city of Calistoga
      • Fire jumped across Hwy 128
      • Fire has burned onto the Robert Lewis Stevenson State Park
      • 2 hospitals have been evacuated
      • Hwy 101 traffic remains compromised
      • Red Flag Warning has been issued for tonight
    • Pocket Fire– 8,130 acres, 0% contained– Cloverdale
      • Fire behavior remained active throughout the day
      • Threat continues to the communities of Cloverdale and Geyserville
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned
10/12/2017 0845

Cherokee, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Update
Cherokee Rd x Table Mountain, north of Oroville
State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 8,360 acres oak woodland and brush, 60% contained
  • Crews continue to strengthen containment lines
  • Federal air resources committed

Honey, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Update
Honey Run Rd, southwest of Paradise
State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 150 acres, grass and brush, 40% contained
  • Minimal fire behavior observed
  • 150 structures remain threatened
  • Evacuation warnings remain in effect for the community of Paradise
  • Federal air resources committed
10/12/2017 0845

NEU Wind Complex, Vegetation Fires, Nevada and Butte Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit

  • 17,135 acres timber and brush, 38% contained
  • Destroyed: 104 residences, 2 commercial and 111 outbuildings destroyed
  • Damaged: 5 residence and 5 outbuildings
  • Fires in the complex include
    • Cascade Fire – 10,171 acres, 45% contained - Collins Lake area
      • Significant structure loss
      • Evacuation orders remain in place
      • Threat to the communities of Loma Rica and Browns Valley
    • LaPorte Fire – 6,059 acres, 25% contained – Bangor, Butte County
      • Significant structure loss
      • Fire has burned into the Cascade Fire
    • McCourtney Fire – 76 acres, 89% contained – southwest of Grass Valley
      • Multiple structures lost
    • Lobo Fire – 829 acres, 52% contained, west of Grass Valley
  • CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson)
10/12/2017 0845

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

  • 34,600 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 5% contained
  • 8,000 civilian evacuations and 1,000 residences threatened
  • Destroyed: 250 residential and 90 outbuilding
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Redwood Valley Fire – 32,100 acres, 5% contained - Potter Valley
      • Fire continues to spread to the northeast north to Pine Mountain and Tomki.
      • Wind driven active runs with long range spotting
      • Significant structure loss
      • All evacuations orders remain in place
      • Threat to the communities of Willits and Howard Forest
    • Sulfur Fire - 2,500 acres, 45% contained – Clear Lake Oaks
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)
10/12/2017 0840

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solano Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 77,705 acres grass and brush, 10% contained
  • Over 17,000 civilians evacuated and 5,000 residences threatened
  • Destroyed: 191 residential, 5 commercial, 21 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 25 residential, 1 commercial, 4 outbuildings
  • Red Flag Warning in effect through Thursday
  • All fires experienced active to extreme fire behavior with spotting
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Atlas Fire – 43,762 acres, 3% contained – east of Napa
      • Fire continues to make significant runs to the south into Solano County threatening the communities of Green Valley and Fairfield
      • Fire behavior continues to be active with uphill runs with spotting
      • The fire has crossed Hwy128 to the northeast and is burning to Lake Berryessa
      • Significant residential and commercial property loss
      • Additional structures threatened with evacuation orders in Green Valley area
    • Partrick – 10,817 acres, 2% contained – west of Napa, east of Sonoma
      • Fire continues to burn to the north along the Mayacamas ridge northeast of Sonoma
      • Threat continues to the communities of Sonoma and Napa
      • Significant structure loss
    • Nuns/Norrbom – 14,698 acres, 3% contained – Glen Ellen
      • Fire continues to spread to the east along the Mayacamas ridge at the Sonoma/Napa County line east of Glen Ellen
      • Threat to the communities of Glen Ellen and structures in Cavedale Rd area
      • Fire is burning on both sides of Hwy 12
      • Additional evacuation orders in place for portions of Glen Ellen
      • Residential and commercial structures have been destroyed
    • Pressley – 473 acres, 1% contained
      • Threat to structures in the Crane Canyon and Bennett Valley area
    • Adobe – 9,004 acres, 1% contained – Kenwood
      • The fire continues to burn on both sides of Hwy 12
      • The fire is actively burning toward Sugarloaf Ridge State Park to the east, Bennett Valley and Annadel State Park to the northwest, and Sonoma Mountain to the south, and toward the community of Oakmont to the north
      • Threat remains to the communities of Oakmont, Kenwood, and Bennett Valley, as well as structures in the Sonoma-Bennett Mtn areas
      • Residential and Commercial structures have been destroyed
      • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson) assigned
10/11/2017 1940

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solano Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 75,156 acres grass and brush, 10% contained
  • Over 17,000 civilians evacuated and 5,000 residences threatened
  • 178 residential structures destroyed
  • Red Flag Warning in effect through Thursday
  • All fires experienced active to extreme fire behavior with spotting
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Atlas Fire – 43,349 acres, 3% contained – east of Napa
      • Fire continues to make significant runs to the south into Solano County threatening the communities of Green Valley and Fairfield
      • Fire behavior continues to be active with uphill runs with spotting
      • The fire has crossed Hwy128 to the northeast and is burning to Lake Berryessa
      • Significant residential and commercial property loss
      • Additional structures threatened with evacuation orders in Green Valley area
    • Partrick – 9,523 acres, 2% contained – west of Napa, east of Sonoma
      • Fire continues to burn to the north along the Mayacamas ridge northeast of Sonoma
      • Threat continues to the communities of Sonoma and Napa
      • Significant structure loss
    • Nuns – 8,476acres, 2% contained – Glen Ellen
      • Fire continues to spread to the east along the Mayacamas ridge at the Sonoma/Napa County line east of Glen Ellen
      • Threat to the communities of Glen Ellen and structures in Cavedale Rd area
      • Fire is burning on both sides of Hwy 12
      • Additional evacuation orders in place for portions of Glen Ellen
      • Residential and commercial structures have been destroyed
    • Norrbom – 4,331 acres, 1% contained – east of Boyes Hot Springs
      • Fire behavior is active burning to the north and east toward Mt. Veeder in Napa County
      • This fire is merging with the Nuns Fire
    • Pressley – 473 acres, 1% contained
    • Adobe – 9,004 acres – Kenwood
      • The fire continues to burn on both sides of Hwy 12
      • The fire is actively burning toward Sugarloaf Ridge State Park to the east, Bennett Valley and Annadel State Park to the northwest, and Sonoma Mountain to the south, and toward the community of Oakmont to the north
      • Threat remains to the communities of Oakmont, Kenwood, and Bennett Valley, as well as structures in the Sonoma-Bennett Mtn areas
      • Residential and Commercial structures have been destroyed
  • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson) assigned
  • Federal ground resources committed

 

37, Vegetation Fire, Sonoma County, Update
Hwy 37, 11 miles southeast of Petaluma
State DPA, SRA, Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 1,660 acres grass, 90% contained
  • Crews continue to strengthen control lines 
  • Marin County Fire Department in command
  • No federal resources committed
10/11/2017 1940

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

  • 32,500 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 8% contained
  • 7,000 civilian evacuations and 800 residences threatened
  • 250 residential structures and 90 outbuilding destroyed
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Redwood Valley Fire – 29,500 acres, 5% contained - Potter Valley
      • Fire continues to spread to the northeast north to Pine Mountain and Tomki.
      • Wind driven active runs with long range spotting
      • Significant structure loss
      • Mandatory evacuations remain in place
      • 6 confirmed fatalities
      • Communication systems have been impacted including 911 system
      • Threat to the communities of Potter Valley
    • Sulfur Fire - 2,500 acres, 40% contained – Clear Lake Oaks
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)
  • Federal air and ground resources committed
10/11/2017 1940

NEU Wind Complex, Vegetation Fires, Nevada and Butte Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit

  • 17,082 acres timber and brush, 21% contained
  • 111 single residence, 2 commercial and 104 outbuildings destroyed
  • All evacuations have been reduced to warnings
  • Fires in the complex include
    • Cascade Fire – 12,399 acres, 20% contained - Collins Lake area
      • Significant structure loss
      • Evacuation orders remain in place
      • One civilian fatality
      • Threat to the communities of Loma Rica and Browns Valley
    • LaPorte Fire – 3,750 acres, 15% contained – Bangor, Butte County
      • Significant structure loss
      • Fire has burned into the Cascade Fire
    • McCourtney Fire – 76 acres, 65% contained – southwest of Grass Valley
      • Multiple structures lost
    • Lobo Fire – 857 acres, 30% contained, west of Grass Valley
  • CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson) 
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Cherokee, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Update
Cherokee Rd x Table Mountain, north of Oroville
State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 8,360 acres oak woodland and brush, 45% contained
  • Minimal fire behavior observed
  • All evacuation warnings lifted
  • Federal air and ground resources committed
10/11/2017 1940

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update
State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 31,363 acres oak woodland and brush, 0% contained
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Tubbs Fire – 27,363 acres, 10% contained – Calistoga-Santa Rosa
      • Unified Command CAL FIRE and Santa Rosa Fire Dept
      • Fire continues to burn to the north with wind driven uphill runs
      • Mandatory evacuations for the city of Calistoga
      • Fire jumped across Hwy 128
      • Fire has burned onto the Robert Lewis Stevenson State Park
      • 576 residential and commercial structures destroyed
      • 11 confirmed fatalities
      • 29,192 structures threatened and 65,061 civilians evacuated
      • 2 hospitals have been evacuated
      • Hwy 101 remains closed
      • Red Flag Warning has been issued for tonight
    • Pocket Fire– 4,000 acres, 0% contained– Cloverdale
      • Fire behavior remained active throughout the day
      • Threat continues to the communities of Cloverdale and Geyserville
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned
  • Federal ground resources committed
10/11/2017 1930 CA-PNF Eureka Fire: 389 acres, 80% contained. Fire behavior was moderate with some flanking and single tree torching observed. There are no reported threats.
10/11/2017 1930 CA-SHF Buck Fire: 10,000 acres, 89% contained. The incident will be moving back to a Type 3 incident due to increased fire activity from the current Red Flag conditions.
10/11/2017 1930 CA-ENF Table Fire: 130 acres, 10% contained. Fire behavior was mostly active in the early morning hours. Crews continue to complete containment line.
10/11/2017 1930 CA-ENF Ice Fire: 29 acres, 70% contained. Crews continue heavy mop up.
10/11/2017 0800

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solano Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 70,004 acres grass and brush, 7% contained
  • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson) assigned
  • Over 17,000 civilians evacuated and 5,000 residences threatened
  • 178 residential structures destroyed
  • All fires experienced active to extreme fire behavior with spotting
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Atlas Fire – 42,349 acres, 3% contained – east of Napa
      • Fire continues to make significant runs to the south into Solano County threatening the communities of Green Valley and Fairfield
      • Significant residential and commercial property loss
      • 2 confirmed fatalities
      • Additional structures threatened with evacuation orders in Green Valley area
    • Partrick – 9,523 acres, 2% contained – west of Napa, east of Sonoma
      • Fire continues to burn to the north along the Mayacamas ridge northeast of Sonoma
      • Threat continues to the communities of Sonoma and Napa
      • Significant structure loss with civilian injuries
    • Nuns – 7,626 acres, 2% contained – Glen Ellen
      • Fire continues to spread to the east along the Mayacamas ridge at the Sonoma/Napa County line east of Glen Ellen
      • Threat to the communities of Glen Ellen and structures in Cavedale Rd area
      • Fire is burning on both sides of Hwy 12
      • Additional evacuation orders in place for portions of Glen Ellen
      • Residential and commercial structures have been destroyed
    • Norrbom – 1,831 acres, 0% contained – east of Boyes Hot Springs
      • Fire behavior is active burning to the north and east toward Mt. Veeder in Napa County
      • This fire is merging with the Nuns Fire
    • Pressley – 473 acres, 0% contained
    • Adobe – 8,202 acres – Kenwood
      • The fire continues to burn on both sides of Hwy 12
      • The fire is actively burning toward Sugarloaf Ridge State Park to the east, Bennett Valley and Annadel State Park to the northwest, and Sonoma Mountain to the south, and toward the community of Oakmont to the north
      • Threat remains to the communities of Oakmont, Kenwood, and Bennett Valley, as well as structures in the Sonoma-Bennett Mtn areas
      • Residential and Commercial structures have been destroyed
  • Federal Ground Resources committed

 

37, Vegetation Fire, Sonoma County, Update
Hwy 37, 11 miles southeast of Petaluma
State DPA, SRA, Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 1,660 acres grass, 70% contained
  • 4 structures destroyed
  • Crews continue to strengthen control lines 
  • Marin County Fire Department in command
  • No Federal resources committed
10/11/2017 0800

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

  • 32,000 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 8% contained
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)
  • 7,000 civilian evacuations and 800 residences threatened
  • 250 residential structures and 90 outbuilding destroyed
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Redwood Valley Fire – 29,500 acres, 5% contained - Potter Valley
      • Fire continues to spread to the northeast north to Pine Mountain and Tomki
      • Significant structure loss
      • Mandatory evacuations remain in place
      • 3 confirmed fatalities
      • Communication systems have been impacted including 911 system
      • Threat to the communities of Potter Valley
    • Sulfur Fire - 2,500 acres, 40% contained – Clear Lake Oaks
  • Federal air and ground resources committed
10/11/2017 0800

NEU Wind Complex, Vegetation Fires, Nevada and Butte Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit

  • 16,982 acres timber and brush, 17% contained
  • CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson) 
  • 128 single residence, 3 commercial and 114 outbuildings destroyed
  • All evacuations have been reduced to warnings
  • Fires in the complex include
    • Cascade Fire – 12,349 acres, 20% contained - Collins Lake area
      • Significant structure loss
      • Evacuation orders remain in place
      • One civilian fatality
      • Threat to the communities of Loma Rica and Browns Valley
    • LaPorte Fire – 3,700 acres, 15% contained – Bangor, Butte County
      • Significant structure loss
      • Fire has burned into the Cascade Fire
    • McCourtney Fire – 76 acres, 65% contained – southwest of Grass Valley
      • Multiple structures lost
    • Lobo Fire – 857 acres, 30% contained, west of Grass Valley
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

Cherokee, Vegetation Fire, Butte County, Update
Cherokee Rd x Table Mountain, north of Oroville
State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 8,360 acres oak woodland and brush, 45% contained
  • Minimal fire behavior observed
  • All evacuation warnings lifted
  • Federal air and ground resources committed
10/11/2017 0800

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update
State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 29,800 acres oak woodland and brush, 0% contained
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Tubbs Fire - 28,000 acres, 0% contained – Calistoga-Santa Rosa
      • Unified Command CAL FIRE and Santa Rosa Fire Dept
      • Fire continues to burn to the north with wind driven uphill runs
      • Fire jumped across Hwy 128
      • 576 residential and commercial structures destroyed
      • 11 confirmed fatalities
      • 29,192 structures threatened and 65,061 civilians evacuated
      • 2 hospitals have been evacuated
      • Hwy 101 remains closed
      • Red Flag Warning has been issued for tonight
    • Pocket Fire– 1,800 acres – Cloverdale
      • Fire behavior was active throughout the day
      • Threat continues to the communities of Cloverdale and Geyserville
  • Federal ground resources committed
10/10/2017 1900

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solano Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 37,000 acres grass and brush, 6% contained
  • Over 15,000 civilians evacuated and 5,000 residences threatened
  • 178 residential structures destroyed
  • All fires experienced active to extreme fire behavior with spotting
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Atlas Fire - 32,000 acres – east of Napa
      • Fire continues to make significant runs to the south into Solano County threatening the communities of Green Valley and Fairfield
      • Significant residential and commercial property loss
      • Additional structures threatened with evacuation orders
    • Partrick - 800 acres – west of Napa, east of Sonoma
      • Fire continues to burn to the north along the Mayacamas ridge northeast of Sonoma
      • Threat continues to the communities of Sonoma and Napa
      • Significant structure loss
    • Nuns – 2,000 acres – Glen Ellen
      • Fire continues to spread to the east along the Mayacamas ridge at the Sonoma/Napa County line east of Glen Ellen
      • Threat to the communities of Glen Ellen and structures in Cavedale Rd area
      • Fire is burning on both sides of Hwy 12
      • Residential and commercial structures have been destroyed
    • Norrbom – 200 acres – east of Boyes Hot Springs
      • Fire behavior is active burning to the north and east toward Mt. Veeder in Napa County
      • This fire within ½ mile from merging with the Nuns Fire
    • Adobe – 2,000 acres – Kenwood
      • The fire continues to burn on both sides of Hwy 12
      • The fire is actively burning toward Sugarloaf Ridge State Park to the east, Bennett Valley and Annadel State Park to the northwest, and Sonoma Mountain to the south, and toward the community of Oakmont to the north
      • Threat remains to the communities of Oakmont, Kenwood, and Bennett Valley, as well as structures in the Sonoma-Bennett Mtn areas
      • Residential and Commercial structures have been destroyed
  • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson) assigned

 

37, Vegetation Fire, Sonoma County, Update
Hwy 37, 11 miles southeast of Petaluma
State DPA, SRA, Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 1,660 acres grass, 65% contained
  • 4 structures destroyed
  • Crews continue to strengthen control lines 
  • Marin County Fire Department in command
10/10/2017 1900

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

  • 28,500 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 7% contained
  • 7,000 civilian evacuations and 800 residences threatened
  • 250 residential structures destroyed
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Redwood Valley Fire – 26,000 acres, 5% contained - Potter Valley
      • Fire continues to spread to the northeast north of Potter Valley
      • Significant structure loss
      • Mandatory evacuations remain in place
      • Communication systems have been impacted including 911 system
      • Threat to the communities of Potter Valley
    • Sulfur Fire - 2,500 acres, 30% contained – Clear Lake Oaks
      • Numerous structures lost
      • Evacuations in place
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)
10/10/2017 1900

NEU Wind Complex, Vegetation Fires, Nevada and Butte Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit

  • 16,337 acres timber and brush, 10% contained
  • Fires in the complex include
    • Cascade Fire – 11,685 acres, 20% contained - Collins Lake area
      • Significant structure loss
      • Evacuation orders remain in place
      • Threat to the communities of Loma Rica and Browns Valley
    • LaPorte Fire – 3,700 acres, 15% contained – Bangor, Butte County
      • Significant structure loss
      • Fire has burned into the Cascade Fire
    • McCourtney Fire – 72 acres, 65% contained – southwest of Grass Valley
      • Multiple structures lost
    • Lobo Fire – 880 acres, 30% contained, west of Grass Valley
      • Threat to the community of Rough and Ready, Lake Wildwood
  • CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson) 

Cherokee, Vegetation Fire, Oroville, Butte County, Update
Cherokee Rd x Table Mountain, north of Oroville
State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 7,500 acres oak woodland and brush, 45% contained
  • Minimal fire behavior observed
  • 50 structures remain threatened

Honey, Vegetation Fire, Paradise, Butte County, Update
Honey Run Rd, southwest of Paradise
State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 90 acres, grass and brush, 40% contained
  • Minimal fire behavior
  • 150 structures remain threatened
10/10/2017 1900

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update
State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 29,800 acres oak woodland and brush, 0% contained
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Tubbs Fire - 28,000 acres, 0% contained – Calistoga-Santa Rosa
      • Unified Command CAL FIRE and Santa Rosa Fire Dept
      • Fire continues to burn to the north with wind driven uphill runs
      • Fire jumped across Hwy 128
      • 576 residential and commercial structures destroyed
      • 29,192 structures threatened and 62,061 civilians evacuated
      • 2 hospitals have been evacuated
      • Hwy 101 remains closed
    • Pocket Fire– 1,800 acres – Cloverdale
      • Fire behavior was active throughout the day
      • Threat continues to the communities of Cloverdale and Geyserville
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned
10/10/2017 1900 CA-SHF Buck Fire: 10,000 acres, 60% contained.
10/10/2017 1830 CA-ENF Ice, 25 acres grass, brush, timber, 30% contained. Low rate of spread. Evacuations lifted. Federal air and ground resources committed
10/10/2017 1430 CA-ENF Ice, 25 acres grass, brush, timber, 0% contained, Moderate rate of spread 68 degrees, 17% RH, wind Southwest @ 4 mph, gusts to 12, Evacuations in progress. Federal air and ground resources committed map
10/10/2017 0800

Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update
State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 27,500 acres oak woodland and brush, 0% contained
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Tubbs Fire - 27,000 acres – Calistoga-Santa Rosa
      • Fire continues to burn to the northwest
      • Significant residential and commercial property loss in the City of Santa Rosa
      • Structures threatened with evacuations
    • Pocket Fire– 500 acres – Cloverdale
      • Threat continues to the community of Cloverdale
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned
10/10/2017 0800

NEU Wind Complex, Vegetation Fires, Nevada and Butte Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit

  • 15,952 acres timber and brush, 5% contained
  • Fires in the complex include
    • Cascade Fire – 11,500 acres – Collins Lake area
      • Significant structure loss
      • Threat to the communities of Loma Rica and Browns Valley
    • LaPorte Fire – 3,500 acres – Bangor, Butte County
      • Significant structure loss
      • Fire has burned into the Cascade Fire
    • McCourtney Fire – 72 acres, 60% contained – southwest of Grass Valley
      • Multiple structures lost
    • Lobo Fire – 800 acres, 23% contained, west of Grass Valley
      • Threat to the community of Rough and Ready, Lake Wildwood
  • CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson)  

Cherokee, Vegetation Fire, Oroville, Butte County, Update
Cherokee Rd x Table Mountain, north of Oroville
State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 7,500 acres oak woodland and brush, 40% contained
  • Minimal fire behavior observed

Honey, Vegetation Fire, Paradise, Butte County, Update
Honey Run Rd, southwest of Paradise
State DPA, SRA, Butte Unit

  • 90 acres, grass and brush, 30% contained
  • Evacuations in place
  • Threat to 60kV powerlines
10/10/2017 0800

Southern LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Napa, Sonoma, & Solono Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 31,000 acres grass and brush, 0% contained
  • Over 15,000 civilians evacuated and 5,000 residences threatened
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Atlas Fire - 25,000 acres – East of Napa
      • Fire continues to spread south into Solano County
      • Significant residential and commercial property loss
      • Additional structures threatened with evacuations
    • Partrick Fire– 5,000 acres – West of Napa, East of Sonoma
      • Threat continues to the communities of Sonoma and Napa
      • Significant structure loss
    • Nuns Fire – 1,000 acres – Glen Ellen
      • Threat continues to the communities and surrounding communities of Glen Ellen and Kenwood
      • Significant residential and commercial structure loss
  • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson) assigned

37, Vegetation Fire, Sonoma County, Update
Hwy 37, 11 miles southeast of Petaluma
State DPA, SRA, Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit

  • 2,000 acres grass, 40% contained
  • Forward spread has been stopped
  • 4 structures destroyed
  • Evacuation orders have been lifted
  • Marin County Fire Department in command

Mendocino Lake Complex, Vegetation Fires, Mendocino and Lake Counties, Update
State DPA, SRA, Mendocino Unit

  • 26,000 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 0% contained
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Redwood Valley Fire – 21,000 acres Potter Valley
      • Fire continues to spread in all directions
      • Significant structure loss
      • Mandatory evacuations in place
      • Communication systems have been impacted included 911 system
      • Threat to the communities of Potter Valley
    • Sulfur Fire - 2,500 acres – Clear Lake Oaks
      • Numerous structures lost
      • Evacuations in place
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)
10/09/2017 1530 CA-BTU Honey Fire, 25 acres grass and brush, 0% contained, Dangerous rate of spread, 81 degrees, 9% RH, wind WNW @ 12, gusts to 23, Structures threatened town of Paradise, No divert on air tankers for life safety, Evacuations in progress, Threat to 60 kV powerlines, Red Flag Warning for strong north winds and low humidity in effect map
10/09/2017 1530

Sonoma Lake Napa Unit

Atlas, Vegetation Fire, Atlas Peak, Napa County, Update 

  • 25,000 acres grass and brush 0% contained
  • Multiple structures destroyed
  • VLAT assigned 
  • FMAG approved
  • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson)

Tubbs, Vegetation Fire, Calistoga, Napa County, Update

  • 25,000 acres brush, 0% contained
  • Significant commercial and residential structure loss
  • FMAG approved
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea)

Nuns, Vegetation Fire, Glen Ellen, Sonoma County, Update

  • 5,000 acres grass and brush, 0% contained
  • The Nuns and Adobe fire have combined

Partrick, Vegetation Fire, W of Napa, Napa County, Update  

  • 3,000 acres grass and brush, 0% contained

Sulphur, Vegetation Fire, Clear Lake Oaks, Lake County, Update

  • 2,000 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained
  • Numerous structure loss
  • Evacuations in progress
  • Will be combined with the MEU Redwood complex

Pocket, Vegetation Fire, Sonoma County, Update

  • 500 acres, grass and brush 0% contained

37, Vegetation Fire, Sonoma County, New

  • 1,500 acres grass, 15% contained
  • Dangerous rate of spread
  • Structures threatened, evacuations in progress
  • Marin County Fire Department in command
10/09/2017 1530

Mendocino Unit

Redwood Complex Fire, Potter Valley, Mendocino County

  • 19,000 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained
  • The Redwood and Potter fires have merged
  • >100 structures destroyed
  • Evacuations in progress
  • VLAT assigned
  • HWY 101 closed in both directions in Potter Valley
  • Communications radio and cell tower has been burned 
  • FMAG is being processed
  • Threat to power and gas infrastructure
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Derum)
10/09/2017 1130

Mendocino Unit

Redwood Complex, Vegetation Fire, Potter Valley, Mendocino County, Update

  • 10,000 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained
  • The Redwood and Potter fires have merged
  • >100 structures destroyed
  • Evacuations in progress
  • VLAT assigned
  • HWY 101 closed in both directions in Redwood Valley
  • Communications radio and cell tower has been compromised  
  • FMAG is being processed
  • Threat to power and gas infrastructure
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Derum)
10/09/2017 1130

Nevada Yuba Placer Unit

Cascade, Vegetation Fire, Collins Lake area, Update

  • 5,000 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained
  • Significant amount of structures destroyed
  • Burning in community of Loma Rica
  • Threatening Browns Valley

McCourtney Fire, SW of Grass Valley, Nevada County, Update

  • 80 acres grass and brush, 10% contained
  • Multiple structures destroyed
  • Forward spread has been stopped

Lobo Fire, west of Grass Valley, Nevada County, Update

  • 500 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained
  • Threat to the community of Rough and Ready, Lake Wildwood
  • FMAG is being processed
  • CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson) 
10/09/2017 1130

Butte Unit

Cherokee, Vegetation Fire, Oroville, Butte County, Update

  • 7,500 acres oak woodland and brush 20% contained
  • Evacuations in progress

LaPorte, Vegetation Fire, Bangor, Butte County, Update

  • 3,500 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained
  • Significant residential and commercial loss
  • Fire will be under NEU complex
  • Threat to powerlines
  • FMAG is being processed
10/09/2017 1130

Sonoma Lake Napa Unit

Atlas, Vegetation Fire, Atlas Peak, Napa County, Update 

  • 8,000 acres grass and brush 0% contained
  • Multiple structures destroyed
  • VLAT assigned
  • FMAG approved
  • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson)

Tubbs, Vegetation Fire, Calistoga, Napa County, Update

  • 10,000 acres brush, 0% contained
  • Significant commercial and residential structure loss
  • FMAG approved
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea)

Nuns, Vegetation Fire, Glen Ellen, Sonoma County, Update

  • 5,000 acres grass and brush, 0% contained
  • The Nuns and Adobe fire have combined

Partric, Vegetation Fire, W of Napa, Napa County, Update  

  • 1,000 acres grass and brush, 0% contained

Sulphur, Vegetation Fire, Clear Lake Oaks, Lake County, Update

  • 2,000 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained
  • Numerous structure loss
  • Evacuations in progress
  • Will be combined with the MEU Redwood complex

Pocket, Vegetation Fire, Sonoma County, Update

  • 500 acres, grass and brush 0% contained
10/09/2017 0930

Sonoma Lake Napa Unit

  • Atlas Fire, Atlas Peak, Napa County, 8,000 acres grass, brush 0% contained
    • Multiple structures destroyed
    • Evacuations in progress
    • CAL FIRE IMT Team activated
  • Tubbs Fire, Calistoga, Napa County, 10,000 acres brush, 0% contained
    • Significant commercial and residential structure loss
    • CAL FIRE IMT Team activated
  • Nuns Fire, Glen Ellen, Sonoma County, 5,000 acres grass, brush, 0% contained
    • The Nuns and Adobe fire have combined
  • Partric Fire, W of Napa, Napa County, 1000 acres, 0% contained
  • Sulphur Fire, Clear Lake Oaks, Lake County, 1500 acres
    • Numerous structure loss
    • Evacuations in progress
  • Pocket Fire, Sonoma County, 1,000 acres, 0% contained
  • Federal ground resources committed
10/09/2017 0930

Butte Unit

  • Cherokee Fire, Oroville, Butte County, 4000 acres oak woodland, 10% contained
    • Evacuations in progress
    • Long range spotting
  • LaPorte Fire, Bangor, Butte County, 3,000 acres, 0% contained
    • Significant residential and commercial loss
    • Fire will be under NEU complex
10/09/2017 0930 Nevada Yuba Placer Unit
  • Cascade, Collins Lake area, Yuba County, 5,000 acres, 0% contained
    • Significant amount of structures destroyed
    • Burning in community of Loma Rica
    • Threatening Browns Valley
  • McCourtney Fire, SW of Grass Valley, Nevada County, 150 acres, 10% contained
    • Forward spread has been stopped
  • Lobo Fire, west of Grass Valley, Nevada County, 500 acres, 0% contained
    • Threat to the community of Rough and Ready, Lake Wildwood
    • CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson) activated
10/09/2017 0930 CA-MEU Potter Fire 10,000 acres, 0% contained, The Redwood and Potter fires have merged. >100 structures destroyed. Evacuations in progress. HWY 101 closed in both directions in Potter Valley. Communications radio and cell tower has been burned 
10/08/2017 1830 CA-LNU Ridge Fire: 87 acres brush, 75% contained. Crews continue to mop up.
10/08/2017 1830 CA-SHU Jones Fire: 40 acres grass, brush, 70% contained. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped and structure threat has been mitigated. Crews continue to mop up.
10/08/2017 1420 CA-SHU Jones Fire: 35 acres grass, brush, 50% contained. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped.
10/08/2017 0815 CA-SHU Jones Fire: 25 acres grass, brush, 0% contained, Moderate rate of spread, 61 degrees, 34% RH, wind NW @ 17, gusts to 24, Structures threatened, Short range spotting observed map
10/07/2017 1715 CA-LNU Ridge Fire: 87 acres brush, 35% contained. Crews continue to construct lines and mop up
10/06/2017 1535 CA-LNU Ridge Fire: 20 acres brush, 0% contained. Slow rate of spread. 83 degrees, 10% RH, wind NW @ 6, gusts to 13. Federal air and ground resources committed map
10/05/2017 1815 CA-SHF Buck Fire: 8,065 acres, 89% contained. Internal isolated pockets of fuel continue to burn. The fire is expected to hold at its current size.
10/05/2017 1255

National Weather Service - Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from October 8, 1100 to October 10, 0500 for strong gusty winds and low humidity. Effected areas include the Northern Sacramento Valley and surrounding foothills. Fire Weather Zones 213, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 263, 264, 266, and 279. Link

National Weather Service - San Francisco has issued a Fire Weather Watch for strong offshore winds and low humidity effective October 8, 1100 to October 10, 0500. Affected areas include the North Bay Mountains and surrounding areas. Fire Weather Zone 507. Link

10/04/2017 1745 CA-KNF Salmon August Complex, 65,875 acres timber, 87% contained. Fire behavior has remained minimal for the past week with no fire growth. Crews continue suppression repair on the incident. This will be the final report on the incident.
10/04/2017 1745 CA-SHF Buck Fire: 8,065 acres, 39% contained. Fire activity is minimal as crews continue to mop up and reinforce containment lines. The incident will transition to a Type 4 Organization at 1800 tonight.
10/02/2017 0730 National Weather Service - Eureka has issued a fire weather watch - gusty winds and low rh will result in critical fire weather conditions through tuesday afternoon. North Coast-Coastal Mendocino-Van Duzen/Mad River, Coastal Del Norte-Northern Humboldt Coast-Southwestern Humboldt. Fire weather zones 201, 202, and 212. Link
10/01/2017 1835 CA-KNF Salmon August Complex, 65,875 acres timber, 83% contained. Crews continue suppression repair. No changes in fire growth or containment since last report.
10/01/2017 1835 CA-KNF-006098 Complex, 78,698 acres timber, 51% contained. Crews continue to conduct suppression repair.
10/01/2017 1830 CA-BTU Soda Fire: 143 acres timber, 80% contained. Crews continue to mop up. Demobilization of excess resources has begun. This will be the final report unless significant changes occur.
10/01/2017 1830 CA-SHF Buck Fire: 8,065 acres, 39% contained. Fire activity occurred primarily within the interior of the fire as unburned pockets continue to consume. Crews continue to focus on mop up and suppression repair.
10/01/2017 1510 North Ops Seasonal Hawaii Outlook for October 1, 2017 to January 1, 2018 is now available. Link
10/01/2017 1500 North Ops Seasonal Outlook for October 1, 2017 to January 1, 2018 is now available. Link
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