Type I IMT National Rotation

Changes 12/02/2020 at 1600 MST

  • 2 hr: Southern
  • 8 hr: Southwest
  • 24 hr: Northwest
Type I IMT Regional Rotation

Changes 12/07/2020 at 2400 PST

  • 2 hr: Team 5
  • 8 hr: Team 1
  • 24 hr: Team 4
Type II IMT Regional Rotation

Changes 12/07/2020 at 2400 PST

  • 2 hr: Team 13
  • 8 hr: Team 14
  • 24 hr: Team 15
CAL FIRE Type 1 ICT Regional Rotation

Changes 12/07/2020 at 0800 PST

  • 2 hr: Team 4
  • 8 hr: Team 5
  • 24 hr: Team 6
Neighboring GACC News & Notes & Morning Briefings

Last update: November 23, 2020 16:22

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Dates
Time
News and Notes
11/23/2020 1621 CA-NOD Laura 2 Fire: 2,800 acres grass and brush, 100% contained.
11/21/2020 1740 CA-NOD Laura 2 Fire: 2,800 acres grass and brush, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed.
11/20/2020 0830 CA-NOD Laura 2 Fire: 2,800 acres grass and brush, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed. Increased acres is due to better mapping.
11/18/2020 1745

CA-NOD Laura 2 Fire: 2,000 acres grass and brush, 95% contained.  Excess resources continue to be demobilized.

11/18/2020 1745

 CA-PNF North Complex: 318,935 acres grass, brush and timber, 98% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed. Area, road and trail closures in effect. This will be the last report unless significant change occurs.

11/18/2020 1318

CA-NOD Laura 2 Fire: 2,000 acres grass and brush, 70% contained. Increase in acres is due to more accurate mapping.  The fire area received moderate precipitation. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped and demobilization of excess resource is occurring.

11/17/2020 1825 CA-NOD Laura 2 Fire: 600 acres grass and brush, 70% contained.Extreme fire behavior with wind driven runs. Threats to structures, the Community of Doyle, Southern Pacific Railroad, power lines, and Forth Sage OHV area and Campground. Hwy 395 reopened.
11/17/2020 1825

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,935 acres grass, brush and timber, 98% contained. Minimal fire behavior. Area, road and trail closures in effect.

11/17/2020 1825

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 144,698 acres brush and timber, 100% contained.

11/17/2020

CA-NOD Laura 2 Fire: 500 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Rapid rate of spread. Structures are threatened and there are evacuations in the town of Doyle. Power lines are down and Hwy 395 is closed in the fire area. The fire started in the town of Doyle. Map

11/16/2020 1630 CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,857 acres timber, 100% contained.
11/12/2020 1630 CA-KNF Slater Fire: 157,270 acres timber, 100% contained.
11/14/2020 1745

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,935 acres grass, brush and timber, 98% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed. Resources are focused on suppression repair. Area, road and trail closures are in effect.

11/12/2020 1630 CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,857 acres timber, 80% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering. Area and trail closures are in effect.
11/12/2020 1630 CA-KNF Slater Fire: 157,270 acres timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing and road, area and trail closures are in effect.
11/11/2020 1640 CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,649 acres, 100 % contained.
11/10/2020 1730

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 157,270 acres timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing and road, area and trail closures are in effect.

11/09/2020 1820

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,649 acres grass, brush and timber, 98% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed under cool, moist conditions. Interior fuels continue to burn. Hwy 36 is open with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command of August- North Zone. Command of August-South Zone has transitioned back to the local district.

11/09/2020 1800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 144,698 acres brush and timber, 80% contained. Fire activity continues in the Plummer Creek Drainage. Threats to historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect.

11/08/2020 1800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 144,474 acres brush and timber, 80% contained. Precipitation occured over the fire area. Fire activity continues in the Plummer Creek Drainage. Threats to historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect.

11/08/2020 1600 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,673 acres brush, timber, 100% contained. The fire received roughly 6 inches of snow.
11/06/2020 1755

CA-ENF Point Fire: 93 acres, timber, 100% contained. Final report unless significant activity occurs.

11/05/2020 1805

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,649 acres grass, brush and timber, 96% contained. Minimal fire behavior with backing, creeping and smoldering. Interior fuels continue to burn. Hwy 36 is open with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command of August- North Zone. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

11/04/2020 1805 CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,649 acres grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior isolated to interior pockets of fuel. Hwy 36 is open with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command of August-North Zone. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. in command of August-South Zone.
11/04/2020 1710 CA-KNF Slater Fire: 157,270 acres timber, 87% contained. Minimal fire behavior with flanking, smoldering and creeping with continued growth in the Thompson Ck. and Swan Meadows areas. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Road, area and trail closures are in effect.
11/03/2020 1810

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 144,474 acres brush and timber, 78% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping, smoldering and backing. The fire continues backing towards Plummer Creek. Threats to historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect.

11/03/2020 1810

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 157,229 acres timber, 86% contained. Minimal fire behavior with flanking, smoldering and creeping with continued growth in the Thompson Ck. and Swan Meadows areas. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Road, area and trail closures are in effect.

11/03/2020 1810

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,857 acres timber, 67% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering. Area and trail closures are in effect.

11/03/2020 1508

The National Weather Service has issued Fire Weather Watch due to gusty winds and low humidity from Thursday evening through Friday afternoon for the Eastern Sierra. Please see the following link for area-specific details and be advised the National Weather Service may expand or alter this Fire Weather Watch in the coming days. Link

11/02/2020 1755

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 157,173 acres timber, 86% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with flanking, smoldering and creeping continues. Fire continues to slowly spread in the Thompson Creek Headwaters and Swan Mountain areas. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.

11/2/2020 0900

CA-ENF Point Fire: 93 acres, timber, 97% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed with crews continuing to secure the perimeter of the fire. Demob of excess resources continues. Local Type 4 organization in command.

11/01/2020 1809

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 157,126 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with flanking, smoldering and creeping continues. Fire continues to slowly spread in the Thompson Creek Headwaters and Swan Mountain areas. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.

11/01/2020 1809

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,856 acres timber, 67% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with smoldering observed. Area and trail closures remain in effect.

10/31/2020 1800

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,649 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. Minimal fire behavior isolated to interior pockets of fuel. Hwy 36 is open with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command of August-North Zone. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. in command of August-South Zone.

10/31/2020 1735

CA-PNF North Complex:318,935 acres grass, brush and timber, 96% contained. Minimal interior fire behavior today. Area, road and trail closures are in effect.

10/31/2020 1730

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 157,095 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with flanking, smoldering and creeping. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Road, area and trail closures are in effect.

10/31/2020 1725

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,855 acres timber, 67% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and backing. Area and trail closures are in effect.

10/31/2020 1705

CA-ENF Point Fire: 93 acres, timber, 80% contained. Minimal fire behavior today. Demob of excess resources continues.

10/31/2020 1640

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 144,317 acres brush and timber, 78% contained. The fire continues backing towards Plummer Creek. Threats to historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Local Type 3 management organization in command

10/31/2020 1630 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,673 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported today with creeping and backing. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/30/2020 1755

CA-ENF Point Fire: 93 acres, timber, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior today. Demob of excess resources and a threat to high value timberland.

10/30/2020 1755 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,673 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported today. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/30/2020 1755

CA-PNF North Complex:318,935 acres grass, brush and timber, 96% contained. Minimal interior fire behavior today. Area, road and trail closures are in effect.

10/30/2020 1755

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,649 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. Minimal fire behavior isolated to interior pockets of fuel. Hwy 36 is open with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) assigned, will assume command of NW and NE Zones on 10/31 at 0700. Six Rivers N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August- Northwest Zone. Shasta-Trinity N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August- Northeast Zone. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

10/30/2020 1755

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 157,095 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with flanking, smoldering and creeping. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing, and road, area and trail closures are in effect.

10/30/2020 1755

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 144,317 acres brush and timber, 78% contained. The fire continues backing towards Plummer Creek. Threats to historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect.

10/30/2020 1755

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,855 acres timber, 67% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and backing. Area and trail closures are in effect.

10/30/2020 0755

CA-ENF Point Fire: 93 acres, timber, 40% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with a continued threat to high value timberland.

10/30/2020 0755 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,673 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported overnight. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/30/2020 0755

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,935 acres grass, brush and timber, 96% contained. Minimal interior fire behavior overnight and area, road and trail closures are in effect.

10/30/2020 0755

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,649 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight isolated to interior pockets of fuel. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) assigned, inbrief 10/29. Six Rivers N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August- Northwest Zone. Shasta-Trinity N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August- Northeast Zone. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

10/30/2020 0755

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,832 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with flanking, smoldering and creeping. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing and road, area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is broken into two Zones, each with a Type 3 Org assigned.

10/30/2020 0755

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 144,139 acres brush and timber, 78% contained. Fire continues to hold west of Plummer Creek. Threats to historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect.

10/30/2020 0755

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,855 acres timber, 67% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping and backing. Area and trail closures are in effect.

10/29/2020 1805

CA-ENF Point Fire: 93 acres, timber, 40% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with a continued threat to high value timberland.

10/29/2020 1805 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,673 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported today. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/29/2020 1805

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,935 acres grass, brush and timber, 96% contained. Minimal interior fire behavior today and area, road and trail closures are in effect. Type 3 Org has taken command of the fire today @ 1700.

10/29/2020 1805

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,649 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. Minimal fire behavior today isolated to interior pockets of fuel. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) assigned, inbrief 10/29. Six Rivers N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August- Northwest Zone. Shasta-Trinity N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August- Northeast Zone. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

10/29/2020 1805

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,832 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with flanking, smoldering and creeping. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing and road, area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is broken into two Zones, each with a Type 3 Org assigned.

10/29/2020 1805

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 144,139 acres brush and timber, 78% contained. Fire continues to hold west of Plummer Creek. Threats to historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect.

10/29/2020 1805

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,855 acres timber, 67% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and backing. Area and trail closures are in effect.

10/29/2020 0710

CA-ENF Point Fire: 99 acres, timber, 0% contained. Decreased overnight fire activity with minimal growth. Threat to high value timberland.

10/29/2020 0710 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,673 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported overnight. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/29/2020 0710

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,935 acres grass, brush and timber, 96% contained. Minimal interior fire behavior overnight, Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command. Planned transfer of command to local Type 3 Org. tomorrow @ 1700.

10/29/2020 0710

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,648 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping and smoldering. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Type 2 IMT ordered for North Zones. Six Rivers N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August- Northwest Zone. Shasta-Trinity N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August- Northeast Zone. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

10/29/2020 0710

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,832 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with flanking, smoldering and creeping. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing and road, area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is broken into two Zones, each with a Type 3 Org assigned.

10/29/2020 0710

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 144,139 acres brush and timber, 78% contained. Threats to historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Fire transitioned to local units with Type 3 Organizations in Command.

10/29/2020 0710

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,855 acres timber, 67% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping and backing. Area and trail closures are in effect.

10/28/2020 1820

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,935 acres grass, brush and timber, 96% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. Area, road and trail closures remain in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command. Tentative transfer to Type 3 Org on 10/29.

10/28/2020 1815

CA-ENF Point Fire: 99 acres, timber, 0% contained. Decreased fire activity with lower winds. Snags are hampering containment efforts and there is a threat to high value timberland.

10/28/2020 1810

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,648 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. A Type 2 IMT has been ordered for North Zones. Six Rivers N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August- Northwest Zone. Shasta-Trinity N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August- Northeast Zone. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

10/28/2020 1810


CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex:
 143,923 acres brush and timber, 78% contained. Fire activity continues along eastern drainages. Threats to cultural sites and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Command has transferred to a local Type 3 Organization.

10/28/2020 0656

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,832 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior occurred overnight. The fire is broken into two Zones, each with a Type 3 Org assigned.

10/28/2020 0656

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,913 acres brush and timber, 78% contained. Fire had no significant growth overnight. Threats to scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Transfer command to local units will occur this morning at 0700. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/28/2020 0645 Northern California GACC Changed to PL 3 on 10/27/2020 at 1830
10/27/2020 1755

CA-ENF Point Fire: 94 acres, timber, 0% contained. Snags are hampering containment efforts and there is a threat to high value timberland.

10/27/2020 1755 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,673 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported today. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/27/2020 1755

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 96% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. The fire became slightly more active in interior islands. Area, road and trail closures remain in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command. Tentative transfer to Type 3 Org on 10/29.

10/27/2020 1755

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,648 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through 1700 today. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. CA Type 2 IMT 10 assigned to North Zones Inbrief 10/28 @ 1800. Six Rivers N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August- Northwest Zone. Shasta-Trinity N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August- Northeast Zone. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

10/27/2020 1755

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,773 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with flanking, creeping and backing. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing and road, area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is broken into two Zones, each with a Type 3 Org assigned.

10/27/2020 1755

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,836 acres brush and timber, 78% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with backing, creeping and smoldering. Threats to scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Transfer command to local units on 10/28 @ 0700. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/27/2020 1755

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 67% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today with creeping and smoldering. Area and trail closures remain in effect.

10/27/2020 1135

CA-ENF Point Fire: 94 acres, timber, 0% contained. Strong winds and snags are hampering containment efforts and a Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low humidity. Threat to high value timberland.

10/27/2020 0715 CA-SHU Point Fire: 275 acres, grass and brush, 100% contained. A Red Flag Warning in effect for strong gusty winds and low humidity today. Last report unless significate activity occurs.
10/27/2020 0715 CA-SHU Dersch Fire: 133 acres, grass and brush, 100% contained. A Red Flag Warning in effect for strong gusty winds and low humidity. Last report unless significate activity occurs.
10/27/2020 0715

CA-ENF Point Fire: 50 acres, timber, 0% contained. Fire remained active throughout the night and strong winds and snags are hampering containment efforts. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low humidity. Threat to high value timberland.

10/27/2020 0715 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported overnight and a Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through 1700 today. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/27/2020 0715

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 96% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported overnight and a Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through today. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command.

10/27/2020 0715

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,648 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through 1700 today. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2 IMT 10 assigned to North Zones Inbrief 10/28 @ 1800. Six Rivers N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August- Northwest Zone. Shasta-Trinity N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August- Northeast Zone. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

10/27/2020 0715

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,773 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight. Yesterday fire growth occurred in the Thompson Creek Drainage. A Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Tuesday. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Fire is broken into two Zones, each with a Type 3 Org assigned.

10/27/2020 0715

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,826 acres brush and timber, 78% contained. Fire growth was minimal overnight and a Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH from through today. Threats to scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Tentative plan to transfer command to local units on 10/28. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/27/2020 0715

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 67% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through today. Area and trail closures are in effect.

10/26/2020 1900 CA-SHU Point Fire: 275 acres grass and brush, 95% contained. Red Flag Warning in effect for stong winds and low humidity.
10/26/2020 1900 CA-SHU Dersch Fire: 133 acres grass and brush, 95% contained. Structure threat m Red Flag Warning in effect for strong winds and low humidity
10/26/2020 1840

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,648 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today. A Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH through Tuesday. Evacuation Orders lifted, structure threats mitigated. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Six Rivers N.F Type 3 organization in command of the August-Northwest Zone. Shasta Trinity N.F Type 3 organization in command of and Northeast Zone. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 organization is in command of August-South Zone. Planned transition of North Zones To CA Type 2 IMT 10 scheduled for 10/28.

10/26/2020 1815

CA-ENF Point Fire: 50 acres timber, 0% contained, with short range spotting in heavy fuels. Strong winds and snags are hampering containment efforts. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity in effect for the fire area. There is a threat to surrounding high value timber. A local Type 3 management organization is in place.

10/26/2020 1800

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 67% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today. A Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Tuesday. Area and trail closures are in effect. A Type 3 management organizaion is assigned.

10/26/2020 1800

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 96% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Tuesday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command. Transfer to a Type 3 management organizaion is planned for 10/29.

10/26/2020 1745

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,735 acres brush and timber, 78% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed with backing and single tree torching. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Tuesday. Threats to scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command. Tentative transfer of command back to the local unit on 10/28..

10/26/2020 1730

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,688 acres timber, 85% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning is issued for gusty winds and low RH through Tuesday. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Fire is broken into two zones each with a Type 3 management organizaton assigned.

10/26/2020 1700 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported today. A Red Flag Warning issued until 1700 on Tuesday for gusty winds and low RH. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/26/2020 1330

CA-ENF Point Fire: 25 acres timber, 0% contained, with short range spotting in heavy fuels. Stong winds and snags are hampering containment efforts. Red Flag Warning for strong winds and low humidity in effect for the fire area. There is a threat to surrounding high value timber.

10/26/2020 0830

CA-SHU Dersch Fire: 133 acres grass and brush, 90% contained. Structure threat m Red Flag Warning in effect for strong winds and low humidity.

10/26/2020 0830

CA-SHU Point Fire: 275 acres grass and brush, 90% contained. Red Flag Warning in effect for stong winds and low humidity.

10/26/2020 0830

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,735 acres brush and timber, 75% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with growth due to interior island continuing to burn. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH until 1700 Monday. Threats to scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/26/2020 0730

CA-ENF Point Fire: 20 acres timber, 0% contained, with short range spotting. Red Flag Warning for strong winds and low humidity in effect for the fire area. Fire is located at Nevada Point Rd. and Long Creek Rd.,16 miles east of Foresthill. Map

10/25/2020 1845

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,645 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today. A Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH until 0600 Tuesday. Evacuation Orders lifted, structure threats mitigated. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) in command of the August-Northwest and Northeast Zones. Planned transition of North Zones back to the local units is scheduled for 10/26. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

10/25/2020 1815

CA-LNU Pope Fire: 61 acres grass and brush, 100% contained.

10/25/2020 1815

CA-SHU Dersch Fire: 133 acres grass and brush, 75% contained. Structure threat mitigated and evacuations lifted. Red Flag Warning in effect for strong winds and low humidity.

10/25/2020 1815

CA-SHU Point Fire: 275 acres grass and brush, 80% contained. Red Flag Warning in effect for stong winds and low humidity.

10/25/2020 1800

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 96% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH until 1300 Tuesday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command. Transfer to a Type 3 management organizaion is planned for 10/29.

10/25/2020 1800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,644 acres brush and timber, 75% contained. Minimal fire activity observed today. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH until 1700 Monday. Threats to scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/25/2020 1700

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 67% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH until 1100 Monday. Area and trail closures are in effect. Fire is broken into two zones each with a Type 3 management organizaion assigned.

10/24/2020 1630

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,688 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH until 1100 Monday. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Fire is broken into two zones each with a Type 3 management organizaton assigned.

10/25/2020 1700 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported today. A Red Flag Warning was issued for 2000 Sunday thru 1700 on Tuesday in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/25/2020 1600

CA-SHU Olinda Fire: 5 acres grass and brush, 60% contained. Decrease in acreage is due to more accurate mapping. Structures remain threatened with Evacuation Orders in place. Last report unless significant activity occurs.

10/25/2020 1450

CA-SHU Olinda Fire: 20 acres grass and timber, 0% contained. Structures threatened and evacuations in progress. Fire is located at West Anderson Drive and Davidson Lane, 2 miles southwest of Anderson. Map

10/25/2020 1345

CA-SHU Dersch Fire: 80 acres grass and brush, 30% contained. Continued structure threat with Evacuation Orders in place.

10/25/2020 1320

CA-SHU Dersch Fire: 50 acres grass and brush, 0% contained, Rapid rate of spread with structures threatened and evacuations in progress. Fire is located at Dersch Rd. and Franciscan Way, 6 miles east of Anderson. Map

10/25/2020 1230

CA-SHU Point Fire: 225 acres grass and brush, 30% contained. There is a continued threat to structures with Evacuations Orders and road closures in place.

10/25/2020 1130

CA-SHU Point Fire: 150 acres grass and brush, 0% contained, Structures threatened with evacuations in progress and road closures in the area.

10/25/2020 1000

CA-SHU Point Fire: 50 acres grass and brush, 0% contained, Rapid rate of spread with structures threatened and evacuations in progress. Fire is located at Gas Point Rd. and Libby Ln. in Cottonwood. Road closures in the area. Map

10/25/2020 0730

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,644 acres brush and timber, 75% contained. Minimal fire activity and growth overnight. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH from 1100 Sunday to 1700 Monday. Threats to scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/25/2020 0730

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,607 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported overnight. A Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH from 0800 Sunday to 0600 Tuesday. Evacuation Orders lifted, structure threats mitigated. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) in command of the August-Northwest and Northeast Zones. Planned transition of North Zones back to the local units is scheduled for 10/26. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

10/25/2020 0730

CA-LNU Pope Fire: 61 acres grass and brush, 80% contained.

10/24/2020 1800

CA-HUU Redwood: 102 acres, grass and timber, 100% contained.

10/24/2020 1800

CA-LNU Pope Fire: 61 acres grass and brush, 70% contained, Road closures in the area.

10/24/2020 1800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,641 acres brush and timber, 75% contained. Isolated areas of moderate fire activity today. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH from 1100 Sunday to 1700 Monday. Threats to scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/24/2020 1800

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 96% contained. Minimal fire behavior as interior pockets continue to burn. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH from 0800 Sunday to 0600 Tuesday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command. Transfer to a Type 3 management organizaion is planned for 10/29.

10/24/2020 1800

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,597 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. Moderate fire behavior reported with interior pockets of fuel continuing to burn. A Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH from 0800 Sunday to 0600 Tuesday. Evacuation Orders lifted, structure threats mitigated. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) in command of the August-Northwest and Northeast Zones. Planned transition of North Zones back to the local units is scheduled for 10/26. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

10/24/2020 1630 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported today. A Red Flag Warning was issued for 2000 Sunday thru 1300 on Tuesday in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/24/2020 1630

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 65% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH from 0800 Sunday to 1100 Monday. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command. Tentative transfer to local Type 3 Org. on 10/24.

10/24/2020 1630

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,682 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH from 0800 Sunday to 1100 Monday. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) is in command. Tentative transfer to local Type 3 Org. on 10/24.

10/24/2020 0800

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,607 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. Moderate fire behavior reported with interior pockets of fuel continuing to burn. A Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH from 0800 Sunday to 0600 Tuesday. Evacuation Orders lifted, structure threats mitigated. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) in command of the August-Northwest and Northeast Zones, Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

10/24/2020 0800

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,682 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH from 0800 Sunday to 1100 Monday. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) is in command. Tentative transfer to local Type 3 Org. on 10/24.

10/24/2020 0800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,641 acres brush and timber, 75% contained. Isolated areas of moderate fire activity continue on the east side. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH from 1100 Sunday to 1700 Monday. Threats to scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/24/2020 0800

CA-HUU Redwood: 102 acres, grass and timber, 80% contained. Forward spread has been stopped.

10/24/2020 0800

CA-LNU Pope Fire: 67 acres grass and brush,50% contained, Road closures in the area.

10/23/2020 1905

CA-HUU Redwood: 102 acres, grass and timber, 70% contained. Forward spread has been stopped and all Federal resources have been released. Map

10/23/2020 1905

CA-LNU Pope Fire: 67 acres grass and brush,50% contained, Significant augmentation of resources. Map

10/23/2020 1905 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported today. A Red Flag Warning was issued for 2000 Sunday thru 1300 on Tuesday in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/23/2020 1905

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior as interior pockets continue to burn. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH from 0800 Sunday to 0600 Tuesday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command.

10/23/2020 1905

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,497 acres grass, brush and timber, 92% contained. Northeast Zone: 270,993 acres, Northwest Zone: 167,355 acres, South Zone: 594,149 acres. Minimal fire behavior with creeping, backing and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH from 0800 Sunday to 0600 Tuesday. Evacuation Orders lifted, structure threats mitigated. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) in command of the August-Northwest and Northeast Zones, Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

10/23/2020 1905

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,666 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH from 0800 Sunday to 1100 Monday. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) is in command. Tentative transfer to local Type 3 Org. on 10/24.

10/23/2020 1905

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,507 acres brush and timber, 75% contained. Isolated areas of moderate fire activity continue on the east side, backing into Plummer Creek. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH from 1100 Sunday to 1700 Monday. Threats to scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/23/2020 1905

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 65% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today. A Red Flag Warning was issued for gusty winds and low RH from 0800 Sunday to 1100 Monday. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command. Tentative transfer to local Type 3 Org. on 10/24.

10/23/2020 1540

The National Weather Service- has issued a Red Flag Warning for Critical to Extreme Fire Weather Conditions including strong gusty winds and low humidity for much of the North Ops area. Time periods vary by area but generally begin Sunday morning and remain through Tuesday. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Be advised the National Weather Service may expand or alter the Red Flag Warnings in the coming days. Link

10/23/2020 0700 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported overnight, A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH, through Friday at 1100. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/23/2020 0700

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight as interior pockets continue to burn. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday at 1700. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command.

10/23/2020 0700

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,264 acres grass, brush and timber, 92% contained. Northeast Zone: 272,089 acres, 90% contained, Northwest Zone: 119,401 acres, 97% contained, South Zone: 499,830 acres, 90% contained, West Zone: 140,944 acres, 100% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping, backing and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday 1100. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, and to critical emergency services communications infrastructure. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) in command of the August-Northwest and Northeast Zones, Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

10/23/2020 0700

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,666 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday at 1100. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command. Tentative transfer to local Type 3 Org. on 10/24.

10/23/2020 0700

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,507 acres brush and timber, 75% contained. Isolated areas of moderate fire activity continue on the east side, backing into Plummer Creek. A Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday at 1100. Threats to scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/23/2020 0700

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 65% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday 1100. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command. Tentative transfer to local Type 3 Org. on 10/24.

10/22/2020 1805 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH, through Friday. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/22/2020 1805

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior as interior pockets continue to burn. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command.

10/22/2020 1805

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,264 acres grass, brush and timber, 92% contained. Northeast Zone: 272,089 acres, 90% contained, Northwest Zone: 119,401 acres, 97% contained, South Zone: 499,830 acres, 90% contained, West Zone: 140,944 acres, 100% contained. Minimal fire behavior with creeping, backing and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort and road; area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, and to critical emergency services communications infrastructure. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) in command of the August-Northwest and Northeast Zones. Mendocino N.F. Type 3 Org. is in command of August-South Zone.

10/22/2020 1805

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,648 acres timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior with creeping and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat threatened. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command. Tentative transfer to local Type 3 Org. on 10/24.

10/22/2020 1805

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,366 acres brush and timber, 75% contained. Isolated areas of moderate fire activity continued on the east side. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday. Threats to Scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/22/2020 1805

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 65% contained. Minimal fire behavior today, A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command. Tentative transfer to local Type 3 Org. on 10/24.

10/22/2020 1230

The National Weather Service - has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Critical to Extreme Fire Weather Conditions including strong gusty winds and low humidity for much of the North Ops area starting Sunday through Tuesday. Please see the following link for area-specific details and be advised the National Weather Service may expand or alter this Weather-Watch in the coming days. Link

10/22/2020 0640 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH, through Friday. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/22/2020 0640

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior as interior pockets continue to burn. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command.

10/22/2020 0640

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,264 acres grass, brush and timber, 92% contained. Northeast Zone: 272,089 acres, 90% contained, Northwest Zone: 119,401 acres, 97% contained, South Zone: 499,830 acres, 90% contained, West Zone: 140,944 acres, 100% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping, backing and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort and road; area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, and to critical emergency services communications infrastructure. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) is managing the August- Northwest and Northeast Zones, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone.

10/22/2020 0640

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,648 acres timber, 83% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/22/2020 0640

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,366 acres brush and timber, 75% contained. Minimal fire behavior continues on the east flank. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday. Threats to scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/22/2020 0640

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 62% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Friday. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/21/2020 1800 CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior primarily occurring interrior. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds low RH Thursday - Friday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command.
10/21/2020 1755

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,300 acres brush and timber, 72% contained. Fire behavior continues on the east flank as fire continues to back in the Plummer Creek Drainage. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds low RH Thursday - Friday. Continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/21/2020 1740

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,264 acres grass, brush and timber, 91% contained. Fire behavior remained isolated to interior pockets of unburned fuels.  A Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds low RH for a portion of the fire area, thru Friday. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort and road; area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to ranchlands and gas and power infrastructure. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) is managing the August- Northwest and Northeast Zone, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone.

10/21/2020 1715 CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 62% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.
10/21/2020 1710 CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,645 acres timber, 83% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds low RH Thursday - Friday. All evacuation warnings have been lifted. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.
10/21/2020 1650

CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported today. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH thru Friday. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.

10/21/2020 1536

The National Weather Service has upgraded the Fire Weather Watch to a  Red Flag Warning for western Siskiyou County and western portions of Oregon. Please see the following link for area-specific details on all Red Flag Warnings. Link

10/21/2020 1155

The National Weather Service has issued Several Red Flag Warnings and Fire Weather Watches for a large portion of the North Ops Area for strong winds and low RH. General timing of events range from today through Friday. Exact timing of events varies on locations. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

10/21/2020 0710 CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,645 acres timber, 82% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds low RH Thursday - Friday.All evacuation warnings have been lifted. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.
10/21/2020 0710 CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,264 acres grass, brush and timber, 91% contained. Northeast Zone: 272,089 acres, 90% contained, Northwest Zone: 119,401 acres, 94% contained, South Zone: 499,830 acres, 90% contained, West Zone: 140,944 acres, 100% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with backing, creeping and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds low RH for a portion of the fire area, thru Friday. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort and road; area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, and to critical emergency services communications infrastructure. Northeast Zone will transfer command to GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) @ 2000 today. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) is managing the August- Northwest Zone, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone.
10/21/2020 0710 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,300 acres brush and timber, 72% contained. Minimal Fire activity reported today. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds low RH Thursday - Friday. Continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.
10/21/2020 0710 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported today. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH, tonight thru Friday. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/21/2020 0710 CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior today. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds low RH Thursday - Friday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command.
10/20/2020 1815 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported today. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH, tonight thru Wednesday. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/20/2020 1815

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior today. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds low RH through Wednesday and a Fire Weather Watch was issued for gusty winds low RH for Wednesday-Friday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command.

10/20/2020 1815

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,264 acres grass, brush and timber, 91% contained. Northeast Zone: 272,089 acres, 90% contained, Northwest Zone: 119,401 acres, 94% contained, South Zone: 499,830 acres, 90% contained, West Zone: 140,944 acres, 100% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with backing, creeping and smoldering. A Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds low RH for a portion of the fire area, expires Wednesday. A Fire Weather Watch was issued for gusty winds low RH for Wednesday-Friday over the fire area. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort and road; area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, and to critical emergency services communications infrastructure. Northeast Zone will transfer command to GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) @ 2000 today. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) is managing the August- Northwest Zone, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone.

10/20/2020 1815

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,637 acres timber, 82% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. All evacuation warnings have been lifted. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/20/2020 1815

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,230 acres brush and timber, 66% contained. Minimal Fire activity reported today. Continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/20/2020 1815

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/20/2020 0640 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported overnight. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH, tonight thru Wednesday. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/20/2020 0640

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight and a Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds low RH. A Fire Weather Watch issued for gusty winds low RH has been issued for Wednesday-Friday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command.

10/20/2020 0640

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,264 acres grass, brush and timber, 91% contained. Northeast Zone: 272,089 acres, 90% contained, Northwest Zone: 119,401 acres, 94% contained, South Zone: 499,830 acres, 90% contained, West Zone: 140,944 acres, 100% contained. Minimal overnight fire behavior reported, and a Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds low RH for a portion of the fire area and expires Wednesday. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for gusty winds low RH for Wednesday-Friday in the fire area. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 is open with restricted hours and pilot car escort and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure. Northeast Zone will transfer command to GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) @ 2000 today. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) is managing the August- Northwest Zone. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone.

10/20/2020 0640

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,637 acres timber, 82% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping and smoldering. Evacuation warnings remain in Del Norte County with power infrastructure repair ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/20/2020 0640

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,230 acres brush and timber, 66% contained. Minimal Fire activity reported overnight. Continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/20/2020 0640

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight and area and trail closures remain in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/19/2020 1805

CA-MNF August Complex 1,032,264 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 88% contained. Moderate fire behavior reported today. Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low relative humidity tonight through Wednesday. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect. There are threats to multiple communities, structures, private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Highway 36 opened with restricted hours and a pilot car escort. Road, area, and trail closures in effect. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) is managing the August-Northwest Zone. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing the August-Northeast Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone.

10/19/2020 1800 CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior. Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low relative humidity tonight through Wednesday. Area, road and trail closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command.
10/19/2020 1755

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,180 acres, brush and timber, 65% contained. Fire conditions were moderated early in the day by smoke and shading, with more active fire behavior observed later in the day. There are threats to the community of Hoopa and tribal lands, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitats. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/19/2020 1730

CA-KNF Devil Fire:8,885 acres timber, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior was reported. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/19/2020 1730 CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,624 acres, timber, 82% contained. Minimal fire behavior with creeping and smoldering. Power Infrastructure repair is on-going. Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, critical wildlife, and fisheries habitats are threatened. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Road, area, and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.
10/19/2020 1600 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported. Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH tonight through Wednesday. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/19/2020 1420

The National Weather Service has issued several Red Flag Warnings and Fire Weather Watches within large portions of the North Ops area for strong winds accompanied by low relative humidity. General timing of these events start this evening and conclude on Friday. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

10/19/2020 1200

The National Weather Service Eureka and San Fransisco has issued a Red Flag Warning starting at 11 PM this evening for gusty offshore, north to northeast winds accompanied by low relative humidity. General location includes: Southeastern Lake County, The North Bay Mountains, East Bay Hills, The Diablo Range and Santa Cruz Mountains. Timing of this event varies by geographic location. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

10/19/2020 0730

CA-MNF August Complex 1,032,264 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 88% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported overnight. Fire Weather Watch issued for gusty winds and low relative humidity tonight through Wednesday. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect. There are threats to multiple communities, structures, private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Highway 36 opened with restricted hours and a pilot car escort. Road, area, and trail closures in effect. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) is managing the August-Northwest Zone. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing the August-Northeast Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone.

10/19/2020 0730 CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior. Fire Weather Watch issued for gusty winds and low relative humidity tonight through Wednesday. Area, road, and trail closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command.
10/19/2020 0730

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,180 acres, brush and timber, 65% contained. Active burning continued above thermal belt, moderated in lower elevations. There are threats to the community of Hoopa and tribal lands, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, and critical and endangered wildlife habitats. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/19/2020 0730 CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,624 acres, timber, 80% contained. Minimal fire behavior with creeping and smoldering. Evacuation Orders lifted for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Power Infrastructure repair is on-going. Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, critical wildlife, and fisheries habitats are threatened. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Road, area, and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.
10/18/2020 1810

CA-MNF August Complex 1,032,264 acres grass, brush and timber, 86% contained. Moderate fire behavior with backing, flanking and smoldering reported today. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect with a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 is open with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats remain to private and Federal timberlands, ranchlands, power and gas lines, hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, critical wildlife habitat, numerous historic and cultural sites. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone and working their last shift today. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) managing the August- Northwest Zone, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone.

10/18/2020 1805 CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 94% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for gusty winds and low RH Monday through Wednesday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command.
10/18/2020 1750

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 142,989 acres brush and timber, 63% contained. There is a continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/18/2020 1747 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported today. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued in the fire area for strong north to east winds and low RH late Monday through Wednesday. Area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/18/2020 1745 CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,618 acres timber, 80% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported with creeping and smoldering. Evacuation Orders lifted for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek areas. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands, cultural sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.
10/18/2020 1330

The National Weather Service has issued a Fire Weather Watch for a large portion of the North Ops Area for strong north to east winds and low relative humidity, accompanied by poor overnight humidity recovery. Timing of this event varies by location. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

10/18/2020 0800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 142,989 acres brush and timber, 63% contained. There is a continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/18/2020 0800

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,264 acres grass, brush and timber, 86% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 has been opened with controlled traffic and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) managing the August- Northwest Zone, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone.

10/17/2020 1810 CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 94% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command.
10/17/2020 1805

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,264 acres grass, brush and timber, 82% contained. Fire behavior was moderate in the northern zones, primarily burning interior pockets of unburned fuel. Fire behavior in the south zone was reported as minimal. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 has been opened with controlled traffic and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) managing the August- Northwest Zone, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone.

10/17/2020 1735

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 142,766 acres brush and timber, 63% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today. There is a continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/17/2020 1710 CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,618 acres timber, 80% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. Evacuation Orders remain for heavily damaged area of Indian and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.
10/17/2020 1710

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior was reported. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/17/2020 1600

The National Weather Service has extended the Red Flag Warnings for gusty winds and low humidity’s through 1900 for portions of interior Northern California including the west side of the Sacramento Valley, the Coastal Range, and for the west half of Shasta County. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

10/17/2020 0725 CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 80% contained. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 has been opened with controlled traffic and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) managing the August- Northwest Zone, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone.
10/17/2020 0630 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 142,766 acres brush and timber, 63% contained. Fire remained active at higher elevations overnight. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH. There is a continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.
10/17/2020 0630 CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,618 acres timber, 80% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. Evacuation Orders remain for heavily damaged area of Indian and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.
10/16/2020 1810 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported, and a Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/16/2020 1810

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 94% contained. Fire behavior is increasing in interior pockets of unburned fuel. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command.

10/16/2020 1810

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,031,510 acres grass, brush and timber, 78% contained. Northeast Zone: 271,531 acres, 65% contained, Northwest Zone: 119,205 acres, 94% contained, South Zone: 499,830 acres, 86% contained, West Zone: 140,994 acres, 100% contained. Moderate to active fire behavior in Northern Zones, minimal fire activity in South Zone. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 has been opened with controlled traffic and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) managing the August- Northwest Zone, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone.

10/16/2020 1810

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,612 acres timber, 80% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. Evacuation Orders remain for heavily damaged area of Indian and Thompson Creek. A Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/16/2020 1810

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 142,520 acres brush and timber, 62% contained. Isolated areas of heat continue to back down-slope on the east side of the fire. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Evacuation Warning lifted for Forks of the Salmon and Cecilville and a continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/16/2020 1810

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 60% contained. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/16/2020 0700 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported, and a Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/16/2020 0700

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 94% contained. Fire behavior is increasing in interior pockets of unburned fuel. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle), planned to assume command today at 1800.

10/16/2020 0700

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,030,182 acres grass, brush and timber, 78% contained. Northeast Zone: 270,503 acres, 65% contained, Northwest Zone: 118,905 acres, 94% contained, South Zone: 499,830 acres, 86% contained, West Zone: 140,994 acres, 100% contained. Gusty winds resulted in active burning conditions and multiple spot fires in the Northwest Zone. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect and additional evacuation orders were issued last night in the Kettenpom area. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 remains closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, and to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) managing the August- Northwest Zone, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone.

10/16/2020 0700

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,612 acres timber, 80% contained. Fire behavior remains minimal with creeping and smoldering. Evacuation Orders remain for heavily damaged area of Indian and Thompson Creek. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/16/2020 0700

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 142,387 acres brush and timber, 62% contained. Minimal fire behavior as backing continues on the east side. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Cecilville and a continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/16/2020 0700

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 60% contained. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/15/2020 1830 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported today. A Red Flag Warning is in effect Wednesday-Friday for gusty winds. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/15/2020 1830

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 94% contained. Fire behavior is increased in interior pockets of unburned fuel and a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low RH is in effect for today-Friday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle), planned to assume command on 10/16 at 1800.

10/15/2020 1830

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,039,048 acres grass, brush and timber, 78% contained. Northeast Zone: 270,406 acres, 60% contained, Northwest Zone: 118,420 acres, 94% contained, South Zone: 499,830 acres, 86% contained, West Zone: 141,295 acres, 100% contained. Zone boundaries have been updated to distribute workload. Moderate to active fire behavior in Northern Zones, minimal in Southern Zones. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect and repopulation is occurring where safely possible. Threats remains for multiple communities and structures and Hwy 36 remains closed with road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. A Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH for today-Friday. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) managing the August- Northwest Zone, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/15/2020 1830

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,610 acres timber, 80% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. Evacuation Orders remain for heavily damaged area of Indian and Thompson Creek. Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH. Power infrastructure is threatened, and repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Crews continue to secure and mop up control lines. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/15/2020 1830

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 142,387 acres brush and timber, 62% contained. Minimal fire behavior today as fire continues to back on the east side. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH for today-Friday. Evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Cecilville and a continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/15/2020 1830

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 60% contained. Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/15/2020 0705 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior reported overnight. A Red Flag Warning is in effect Wednesday-Friday for gusty winds. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/15/2020 0705

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 94% contained. Overnight fire behavior is increasing in interior pockets of unburned fuel and a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low RH is in effect for today-Friday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle), planned to assume command on 10/16 at 1800.

10/15/2020 0705

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,029,605 acres grass, brush and timber, 77% contained. Northeast Zone: 270,406 acres, 60% contained, Northwest Zone: 69,960 acres, 94% contained, South Zone: 548,295 acres, 86% contained, West Zone: 140,944 acres, 100% contained. August West-Zone and South-Zone will be combined into one Zone. Moderate fire behavior overnight in Northern Zones, minimal in Southern Zones. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 remains closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites and to critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH for today-Friday. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) managing the August- Northwest Zone, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/15/2020 0705

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,610 acres timber, 80% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping and smoldering. Evacuation Orders remain for heavily damaged area of Indian and Thompson Creek. Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH. Power infrastructure is threatened, and repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Crews continue to secure and mop up control lines. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/15/2020 0705

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 142,387 acres brush and timber, 62% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH for today-Friday. Evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Cecilville and a continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/15/2020 0705

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 60% contained. Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/14/2020 1840 CA-MNF August Complex: 1,029,605 acres grass, brush and timber, 77% contained. Moderate to active fire behavior as fire activity continues primarily on the North side of the incident. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Highway 36 is closed, and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) managing August-Northwest Zone. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. CAL FIRE IMT 5 (Parkes) in command West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.
10/14/2020 1810

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,610 acres timber, 80% contained. Minimal fire behavior with creeping and smoldering. Red Flag Warning for offshore winds on far west flank of fire. Evacuation orders remain for heavily damaged area of Indian and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure remains threatened with repair ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Crews continue to secure and mop up control lines. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/14/2020 1810

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 141,820 acres, brush and timber, 62% contained. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low relative humidity. Evacuation Warning has been removed for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville, and Denny. Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitat, and a Class 1 Airshed. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command.

10/14/2020 1810

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/14/2020 0808

The National Weather Service has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Western Siskiyou County area for Thursday afternoon – Friday afternoon. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

10/14/2020 0700

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,417 acres timber, 78% contained. Minimal fire behavior with creeping and smoldering. Red Flag Warning today through Friday (10/16) for offshore winds on far west flank of fire. Evacuation orders remain for heavily damaged area of Indian and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure is threatened and repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Crews continue to secure and mop up control lines. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/14/2020 0700

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 94% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with backing, smoldering and creeping. A Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity for today through Friday (10/16). Area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from British Columbia, Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/14/2020 0700

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 141,820 acres, brush and timber, 62% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low relative humidity for today through Friday (10/16). Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville, and Denny. There are threats to the community of Hoopa and tribal lands, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitat, and a Class 1 Airshed. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) to assume command today at 1800.  

10/14/2020 0700

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,029,110 acres grass, brush and timber, 77% contained. Minimal fire behavior with creeping and smoldering. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Highway 36 is closed, and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services, communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) managing August-Northwest Zone. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. CAL FIRE IMT 5 (Parkes) in command West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/13/2020 1840

CA-LNU Glass: 67,484 acres brush and timber, 97% contained. Last Report unless significant change occurs.

10/13/2020 1840 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,670 acres brush, timber, 85% contained. Minimal Fire behavior today with smoldering. A Red Flag warning in effect Wednesday-Friday for gusty winds. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/13/2020 1840

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 94% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with backing, smoldering and creeping. A Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low RH for Wednesday-Friday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/13/2020 1840

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,029,140 acres grass, brush and timber, 76% contained. Northeast Zone: 270,366 acres, 60% contained, Northwest Zone: 69,957 acres, 94% contained, South Zone: 548,295 acres, 86% contained, West Zone: 140,522 acres, 90% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with backing, creeping and smoldering. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 remains closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, and to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH for Wednesday-Friday. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command, GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) managing the August- Northwest Zone, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone, CAL FIRE IMT 5 (Parkes) in command of West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/13/2020 1840

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,417 acres timber, 78% contained. Evacuation orders remain for heavily damaged area of Indian and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure is threatened and repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Crews continue to secure and mop up control lines. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/13/2020 1840

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 141,820 acres brush and timber, 62% contained. Active fire behavior today with flanking, backing and isolated torching. A Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low RH for Wednesday-Friday. Evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville and Denny and a continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) to assume command tomorrow @ 1800.

10/13/2020 1840

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,849 acres timber, 58% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping and smoldering. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command

10/13/2020 1210

The National Weather Service- has issued a Red Flag Warning for portions of Northern California. Timing and locations vary. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

10/13/2020 0700

CA-LNU Glass: 67,484 acres brush and timber, 96% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with smoldering. Evacuation orders remain in heavily damaged areas. Road closures are in the area and trail, area and road closures remain. A Fire Weather Watch issued for fire area for possible gusty winds Wednesday-Friday.

10/13/2020 0700 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal Fire behavior overnight with smoldering. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for fire area for possible gusty winds Wednesday-Friday. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/13/2020 0700

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 94% contained. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for gusty winds and low RH for Wednesday-Friday. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/13/2020 0700

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,029,037 acres grass, brush and timber, 76% contained. Northeast Zone: 270,266 acres, 60% contained, Northwest Zone: 69,954 acres, 94% contained, South Zone: 548,295 acres, 86% contained, West Zone: 140,522 acres, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with backing, creeping and smoldering. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Hwy 36 remains closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for gusty winds and low RH for Wednesday-Friday. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) is managing NW zone. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. CAL FIRE IMT 5 (Parkes) in command of West Zone. This Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/13/2020 0700

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,417 acres timber, 78% contained. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure is threatened and repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Crews continue to secure and mop up control lines. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/13/2020 0700

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 141,820 acres brush and timber, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight and a Fire Weather Watch has been issued for gusty winds and low RH for Wednesday-Friday. Evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville and Denny with a continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) assigned.

10/13/2020 0700

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,849 acres timber, 58% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping and smoldering. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/12/2020

1845

CA-MNF August Complex:1,029,029 acres grass, brush and timber, 76% contained. Moderate fire behavior with backing, creeping and smoldering. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued Wednesday through Friday for gusty winds and low humidity. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Highway 36 is closed with road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services, communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites as well as critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to the Northeast Zone. Area Command Team 1 (Stutler) assumed command at 1800 this evening. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Adell) assigned, planned transfer of management of NW zone for 0600 tomorrow. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/12/2020

1800

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 94% contained. Minimal fire behavior with creeping, smoldering, and backing. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued Wednesday through Friday for gusty winds and low humidity. Area, road, and trail closures in effect. Crews from British Columbia, Canada assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/12/2020

1750

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 141,342 acres, brush and timber, 60% contained. Moderate fire behavior with flanking, backing and creeping. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville and Denny. There are threats to the community of Hoopa, tribal lands, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical endangered wildlife habitat and a Class 1 Airshed. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) assigned.

10/12/2020

1745

CA-SHU Zogg:56,338 acres grass brush and timber, 99% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed. All Evacuations and closures are lifted. All threats are mitigated. Last report unless significant activity occurs.

10/12/2020

1650

CA-LNU Glass: 67,484 acres, brush and timber, 96% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for the fire area Wednesday through Friday for gusty wind and low humidity. Evacuation Orders remain for heavily damaged areas. Trail, area, and road closures remain. Command of the fire has transitioned back to the local unit.

10/12/2020 1630 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal Fire behavior observed with backing and smoldering. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for gusty wind and low humidity Wednesday through Friday. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/12/2020

1615

CA-KNF Slater: 156,417 acres, timber, 78% contained. Minimal fire activity with smoldering and creeping. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. There are threats to structures, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitats including a Class 1 Airshed. Power infrastructure is threatened with ongoing repair in progress. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. There are road, area, and trail closures in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/12/2020 1615

CA-KNF Devil: 8,849 acres, timber, 58% contained. Minimal fire activity with creeping and smoldering. Area and trail closures in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/12/2020 1133

The National Weather Service has issued a Fire Weather Watch for a large portion of the North Ops Area for gusty winds and low humidity. Start times and duration vary. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

10/12/2020

0840

CA-LNU Glass: 67,484 acres, brush and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering. Evacuation Orders remain for heavily damaged areas. Trail, area, and road closures remain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff's Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department and Calistoga Police Department. Tentative transition to local unit today.

10/12/2020

0835

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 141,342 acres, brush and timber, 55% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering, creeping, and backing. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville, and Denny. There are threats to the community of Hoopa, tribal lands, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical endangered wildlife habitat and a Class 1 Airshed. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) assigned.

10/12/2020

0830

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 94% contained. Minimal fire behavior with creeping, smoldering, and backing. Area, road, and trail closures in effect. Crews from British Columbia, Canada assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/12/2020

0820

CA-MNF August Complex:1,028,801 acres grass, brush and timber, 75% contained. Moderate fire behavior with backing, creeping, and smoldering. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Highway 36 is closed with road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services, communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites as well as critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to the Northeast Zone. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. Area Command Team 1 (Stutler) planning to assume command this evening, GB Type 1, Team 1 (Adell) assigned, planned transfer of management of NW zone for 0600 on 10/13. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/11/2020

1855

CA-MNF August Complex:1,028,601 acres grass, brush and timber, 75% contained. Moderate fire behavior with backing, creeping, and smoldering. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Highway 36 is closed, and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services, communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. Area Command Team 1 (Stutler) assigned to relieve ACT 2, in brief 10/12, GB Type 1, Team 1 (Adell) assigned, planned transfer of management of NW zone for 0600 on 10/13. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/11/2020

1855

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 92% contained. Minimal fire behavior with creeping, smoldering, and backing. Area, road, and trail closures in effect. Crews from British Columbia, Canada assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/11/2020

1855

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 141,269 acres, brush and timber, 55% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering, creeping, and backing. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Cecilville, and Denny. There are threats to the community of Hoopa and tribal lands, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitat, and a Class 1 Airshed. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) assigned, in-briefed today at 0800.

10/11/2020

1855

CA-LNU Glass: 67,484 acres, brush and timber, 92% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain. Repopulation occurring in areas safe to do so. Trail, area, and road closures remain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department and Calistoga Police Department. Tentative transition to local unit on 10/12.

10/11/2020

1855

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,338 acres grass brush and timber, 99% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed. All Evacuations and closures are lifted. All threats are mitigated.

10/11/2020

1855

CA-KNF Slater: 156,417 acres, timber, 75% contained. Minimal fire activity with smoldering and creeping. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. There are threats to structures, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitats, and smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Power infrastructure is threatened, and repair is ongoing. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. There are road, area, and trail closures in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/11/2020 1855

CA-KNF Devil: 8,849 acres, timber, 55% contained. Minimal fire activity with creeping and smoldering. Area and trail closures in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/11/2020 0818

CA-KNF Devil: 8,841 acres, timber, 55% contained. Minimal fire activity with a majority of the fire receiving 0.25” to 0.75” of precipitation. Area and trail closures in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/11/2020 0818

CA-LNU Glass: 67,484 acres, brush and timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering. Deep marine layer brought elevated relative humidity to the fire area. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain. Trail, area, and road closures remain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department and Calistoga Police Department. Tentative transition to local unit on 10/12.

10/11/2020 0818

CA-KNF Slater: 156,417 acres, timber, 75% contained. Minimal fire activity with a majority of the fire receiving 0.25” to 0.75” of precipitation. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. There are threats to structures, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitats, and smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Power infrastructure is threatened and repair is ongoing. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. There are road, area, and trail closures in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/11/2020 0818

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 141,269 acres, brush and timber, 40% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Cecilville. There are threats to the community of Hoopa and tribal lands, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitat, and a Class 1 Airshed. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) assigned, in-brief today at 0800.

10/11/2020 0818

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 92% contained. Minimal fire behavior with increased relative humidity. Area, road, and trail clousres in effect. Crews from British Columbia, Canada assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/11/2020 0818

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,028,529 acres grass, brush and timber, 74% contained. Minimal fire activity due to recent precipitation and high RH. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Highway 36 is closed, and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services, communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. Area Command Team 1 (Stutler) assigned to relieve ACT 2, in brief 10/11 at 0800. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Adell) assigned, in brief 10/11. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/10/2020 1815

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,338 acres grass brush and timber, 97% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with smoldering observed. Evacuation orders remain in effect. Road closures in the area.

10/10/2020 1815

CA-LNU Glass: 67,484 acres brush and timber, 86% contained. Minimal fire behavior today primarily occurring in interior pockets of fuel. Deep marine layer brought elevated RH to the fire area. Evacuation orders and warnings remain, and road closures are in the area. Trail, area and road closures remain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department and Calistoga Police Department. Tentative transition to local unit on 10/12.

10/10/2020 1815 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal Fire behavior overnight with creeping, backing and smoldering. Red Flag Warning issued near the fire area for gusty winds starting this afternoon with possible increased winds over the fire area Saturday. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/10/2020 1815

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 91% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with increased RH. Area, road and trail closures are in effect and crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/10/2020 1815

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,026,848 acres grass, brush and timber, 69% contained. Northeast Zone: 269,938 acres, 49% contained, Northwest Zone: 69,220 acres, 38% contained, South Zone: 548,286 acres, 83% contained, West Zone: 139,404 acres, 75% contained. Active to minimal fire activity today with 0.10” of precipitation for northern portions and 0.01” for southern portions of the fire. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Hwy 36 is closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services, communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. Area Command Team 1 (Stutler) assigned to relieve ACT 2, in brief 10/11 at 0800. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Adell) assigned, in brief 10/11. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/10/2020 1815

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,392 acres timber, 75% contained. Minimal fire activity today with a majority of the fire receiving 0.25” to 0.75” of precipitation. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure is threatened and repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed and smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/10/2020 1815

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 141,129 acres brush and timber, 40% contained. Reduced fire behavior today with 0.3” to 0.7” of precipitation over the fire area. Evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Cecilville with a continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) assigned, in-brief 10/11 at 0800.

10/10/2020 1815

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,848 acres timber, 55% contained. Minimal fire activity today with a majority of the fire receiving 0.25” to 0.75” of precipitation. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/10/2020 0720

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,338 acres grass brush and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with smoldering observed. Evacuation orders remain in effect and road closures are in the area.

10/10/2020 0720

CA-LNU Glass: 67,484 acres brush and timber, 82% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight primarily occurring in interior pockets of fuel. Continued structure threat and evacuation orders and warnings remain with repopulation occurring where safely possible. Road closures are in the area and trail, area and road closures remain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department and Calistoga Police Department.

10/10/2020 0720 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal Fire behavior overnight with creeping, backing and smoldering. Red Flag Warning issued near the fire area for gusty winds starting this afternoon with possible increased winds over the fire area Saturday. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/10/2020 0720

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 91% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight, primarily occurring in interior pockets of fuel. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/10/2020 0720

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,024,092 acres grass, brush and timber, 67% contained. Northeast Zone: 269,385 acres, 48% contained, Northwest Zone: 68,865 acres, 37% contained, South Zone: 548,164 acres, 83% contained, West Zone: 137,678 acres, 75% contained. Fire activity moderated overnight with increased cloud cover. Crews completed critical firing operation on the west side and continue to hold and secure the area Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Hwy 36 is closed, and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, and to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton assigned to Northeast Zone. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. Area Command Team 1 (Stutler) assigned to relieve ACT 2, in brief 10/11 at 0800. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. This Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/10/2020 0720

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,392 acres timber, 72% contained. Minimal fire activity overnight. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure is threatened and repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/10/2020 0720

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 141,129 acres brush and timber, 36% contained. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon, Miller Ranch and Cecilville with a continued threat to the community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) assigned, in-brief 10/11 at 0800.

10/10/2020 0720

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,848 acres timber, 38% contained. Fire spread continues on the east flank in the Red Buttes Wilderness. Area and trail closures in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/09/2020 1830

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,338 acres grass brush and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with smoldering observed. Evacuation Orders remain in effect and road closures are in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/09/2020 1830

CA-LNU Glass: 67,484 acres brush and timber, 78% contained. Minimal fire behavior today primarily occurring in interior pockets of fuel. Continued structure threat and evacuation orders and warnings remain with repopulation occurring where safely possible. Hwy 29 has been opened with restrictions and road closures are in the area. Trail, area and road closures remain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department and Calistoga Police Department.

10/09/2020 1830 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal Fire behavior overnight with creeping, backing and smoldering. Possible increased winds over the fire area Saturday. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/09/2020 1830

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior today, primarily occurring in interior pockets of fuel. All Evacuation Orders in Plumas County were lifted today. Continued threat to structures. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, and to the Union Pacific railroad. Area and trail closures are in effect. Crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/09/2020 1830

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,023,629 acres grass, brush and timber, 67% contained. Northeast Zone: 268,922 acres, 48% contained, Northwest Zone: 68,865 acres, 37% contained, South Zone: 548,164 acres, 83% contained, West Zone: 137,678 acres, 70% contained. Active fire behavior today in the North and West Zones, minimal fire activity the in South Zone. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Hwy 36 is closed, and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, and to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. Area Command Team 1 (Stutler) assigned to relieve ACT 2, in brief 10/11 at 0800. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. This Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/09/2020 1830

CA-KNF Slater Fire:155,800 acres timber, 72% contained. Moderate fire behavior today primarily occurring to the east. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure is threatened and repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/09/2020 1830

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 140,291 acres brush and timber, 36% contained. Evacuation orders lifted for community of Miller Ranch. Evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Cecilville with a continued threat to the community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) assigned, in-brief 10/11 at 0800.

10/09/2020 1830

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,785 acres timber, 38% contained. Fire spread continues on the east flank in the Red Buttes Wilderness. Area and trail closures in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/09/2020 1150

The National Weather Service-Reno has issued a Red Flag Warning for gusty southwest winds in the areas of Tahoe Basin and Sierra Front from 1pm Saturday through 8pm Saturday. Please see the link for area-specific details. Link

10/09/2020 0650

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,338 acres grass brush and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with smoldering observed. Evacuation orders remain in effect and road closures are in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command. Transition to local unit at 0900 today.

10/09/2020 0650

CA-LNU Glass: 67,484 acres brush and timber, 74% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight primarily occurring in interior pockets of fuel. Continued structure threat and evacuation orders and warnings remain with repopulation occurring where safely possible. Hwy 29 remains closed and road closures in the area. Heavy demob is ongoing. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department and Calistoga Police Department.

10/09/2020 0650 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal Fire behavior overnight with creeping, backing and smoldering. Possible increased winds over the fire area Saturday. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/09/2020 0650

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight, primarily occurring in interior pockets of fuel. Structures threatened and evacuation orders and warnings remain. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, and to the Union Pacific railroad. Hwy 70 is open with no restrictions and Area and trail closures are in effect. Crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/09/2020 0650

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,021,467 acres grass, brush and timber, 65% contained. Northeast Zone: 267,864 acres, 43% contained, Northwest Zone: 68,646 acres, 29% contained, South Zone: 547,968 acres, 83% contained, West Zone: 136,578 acres, 65% contained. Crews continued burning operation overnight to the north and west. South Zone Slop-over continues to burn interior pockets of fuel. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Hwy 36 is closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, and to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/09/2020 0650

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 155,726 acres timber, 70% contained. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure is threatened, and repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed and smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/09/2020 0650

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 139,393 acres brush and timber, 35% contained. Evacuation order in effect for Miller Ranch and evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville and Denny. Continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, Historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

10/00/2020 0650

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,755 acres timber, 35% contained. Fire spread continues on the east flank in the Red Buttes Wilderness. Area and trail closures in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/08/2020 1820

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,338 acres, grass brush and timber, 92% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering observed. Evacuation orders remain effect with road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command

10/08/2020 1820

CA-LNU Glass: 67,484 acres brush and timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior today primarily occurring in interior pockets of fuel. Continued structure threat and evacuation orders and warnings remain with repopulation occurring where safely possible. Hwy 29 remains closed with road closures in the area. Heavy demob is ongoing. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office.

10/08/2020 1820 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal Fire behavior today with creeping, backing and smoldering. Possible increased winds over the fire area on Saturday. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/08/2020 1820

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 88% contained. Minimal fire behavior today, primarily occurring in interior pockets of fuel. Structures threatened and evacuation orders and warnings remain. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, to private and Federal timberlands, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, and the Union Pacific railroad. Hwy 70 opened with no restrictions. Area and trail closures are in effect. Crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/08/2020 1820

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,020,571 acres grass, brush and timber, 65% contained. Northeast Zone: 267,684 acres, 43% contained, Northwest Zone: 68,544 acres, 29% contained, South Zone: 547,911 acres, 83% contained, West Zone: 136,432 acres, 70% contained. Active fire behavior today continues to the north south and west and on the South Zone a slop-over continues to burn interior pockets of fuel. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Hwy 36 and 3 are closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, and to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing Northeast Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) assigned, to assume command of South Zone on 10/9 at 0600. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August-South Zone and Northwest Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/08/2020 1820

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 155,726 acres timber, 70% contained. Moderate fire behavior reported today with spotting issues near Swan Mountain. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure is threatened, and repair is ongoing. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed and smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/08/2020 1820

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 138,643 acres brush and timber, 35% contained. Active fire behavior today with primary growth occurring on the east side of the incident. Evacuation order in effect for Miller Ranch and evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville and Denny. Continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

10/08/2020 1820

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,755 acres timber, 35% contained. Fire activity continues on the east flank in the Red Buttes Wilderness. Area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/08/2020 1310

The National Weather Service - Reno has issued a Fire Weather Watch for gusty winds in the areas of Tahoe Basin and Sierra Front for Saturday afternoon through Saturday evening. The duration of this event is expected to be about 6 to 9 hours. Please see the link for area-specific details. Link

10/08/2020 0700

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,338 acres, grass brush and timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with smoldering observed. Evacuation orders remain for Zogg Mine Rd with road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/08/2020 0700

CA-LNU Glass: 67,420 acres brush and timber, 66% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping and smoldering. Continued structure threat and repopulation is occurring where safe. Threats exist to multiple communities. Threat to critical infrastructure including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, CAL FIRE and medical facilities, numerous schools and Pacific Union College, multiple private vineyards, and to critical wildlife habitat. Road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department and Calistoga Police Department.

10/08/2020 0700 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal Fire behavior overnight with creeping, backing and smoldering. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/08/2020 0700

CA-PNF North Complex:318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 88% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight, primarily occurring in interior pockets of fuel. Structures threatened and evacuation orders and warnings remain. All evacuation orders in Butte County are lifted. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, and the Union Pacific railroad. Hwy 70 is opened with traffic control and multiple bridges were destroyed and damage to road infrastructure. Area and trail closures in effect. Crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/08/2020 0700

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,017,546 acres grass, brush and timber, 62% contained. Northeast Zone: 267,115 acres, 41% contained, Northwest Zone: 68,200 acres, 25% contained, South Zone: 546,365 acres, 83% contained, West Zone: 135,866 acres, 70% contained. Active fire behavior overnight as crews continue burn out operations and direct attack where possible. Crews are working to contain large slop-over in the South Zone. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Hwy 36 and 3 are closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Changes in Zoning is occurring to spread workload among IMTs. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing Northeast Zone. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) assigned, to assume command of South Zone on 10/9 at 0600. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August-South Zone and Northwest Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/08/2020 0700

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 155,726 acres timber, 67% contained. Minimal growth occurring on the east flank. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged with communication infrastructure for Gasquet threatened. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/08/2020 0700

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 138,643 acres brush and timber, 34% contained. Moderated overnight fire behavior, backing on the east flank. Evacuation Order in effect for Miller Ranch and an evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville and Denny. Continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

10/08/2020 0700

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,755 acres timber, 32% contained. Minimal growth occurring on the east flank of the fire. Area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar in steep rugged terrain. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command.

10/07/2020 1830 CA-MNF August Complex: 1,014,324 acres grass, brush and timber, 60% contained. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Hwy 36 and 3 are closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. GB Type 1, Team 2 (Demasters) is managing the NE Zone. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) managing the August-South Zone and Northwest Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.
10/07/2020 1830

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,929 acres grass, brush and timber, 88% contained. Minimal fire behavior as fire has burned to control lines. Fire behavior is primarily occurring in interior pockets of fuels. Structures threatened and evacuation orders and warnings remain. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple Fire stations, to private and Federal timberlands, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, and the Union Pacific railroad. Area and trail closures in effect. Crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/07/2020 1830

CA-LNU Glass: 67,420 acres brush and timber, 62% contained. Minimal fire activity isolated to interior pockets of fuel. Continued structure threat with repopulation occurring where safely possible. Threats exist to multiple communities. Threat to critical infrastructure including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, and medical facilities, numerous schools and Pacific Union College, multiple private vineyards, and to critical wildlife habitat. Road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department and Calistoga Police Department.

10/07/2020 1830

CA-KNF Devil: 8,723 acres, timber, 32% contained. Area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar, in steep and rugged terrain. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Loomis) in command.

10/07/2020 1830

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,305 acres, grass brush and timber, 88% contained. Evacuation Orders remain with road and area closures in effect. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/07/2020 0650 CA-MNF August Complex: 1,011,493 acres grass, brush and timber, 60% contained. Moderate fire behavior with group torching, single tree torching and backing. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Hwy 36 and 3 are closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. GB Type 1, Team 2 (Demasters) to take command of NE Zone 10/7 @ 0600. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) inbrief for South Zone on 10/7. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) managing the August-South Zone and Northwest Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-Northeast Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.
10/07/2020 0645

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,928 acres grass, brush and timber, 87% contained. Structures threatened and evacuation orders and warnings remain. All evacuation orders in Butte County have been lifted. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple Fire stations, to private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, and the Union Pacific railroad. Hwy 70 remains closed and multiple bridges destroyed and damaged to road infrastructure. Area and trail closures in effect. Crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/07/202 0645 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 136,948 acres brush and timber, 34% contained. Active fire growth on the east flank. Evacuation Order in effect for Miller Ranch and Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville and Denny with a continued threat to Hoopa Tribal land and community. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.
10/07/2020 0645

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 155,510 acres timber, 67% contained. Structures remain threatened and Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged and communication infrastructure for Gasquet threatened. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Loomis) in command.

10/07/2020 0645

CA-KNF Devil: 8,723 acres, timber, 32% contained. The community of Seiad is threatened. Area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar, in steep and rugged terrain. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Loomis) in command.

10/07/2020 0630 CA-LNU Glass: 67,200 acres brush and timber, 58% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with backing, creeping and smoldering. Continued structure threat and repopulation is occurring where safe. Threats exist to multiple communities. Threat to critical infrastructure including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, CAL FIRE and medical facilities, numerous schools and Pacific Union College, multiple private vineyards, and to critical wildlife habitat. Road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department and Calistoga Police Department.
10/07/202 0630 CA-SHU Zogg: 56,305 acres, grass brush and timber, 86% contained. Evacuation Orders remain with road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.
10/06/2020 1900

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,305 acres, grass brush and timber, 84% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with smoldering observed. Evacuation Orders remain with road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/06/2020 1900

CA-LNU Glass: 67,050 acres brush and timber, 54% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with backing, creeping and smoldering. Continued structure threat and repopulation is occurring where safe. Threats exist to multiple communities. Threat to critical infrastructure including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, CAL FIRE and medical facilities, numerous schools and Pacific Union College, multiple private vineyards, and to critical wildlife habitat. Road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department and Calistoga Police Department.

10/06/2020 1900 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping, backing and smoldering. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/06/2020 1900

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,928 acres grass, brush and timber, 87% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with creeping, flanking and isolated torching. Structures threatened and evacuation orders and warnings remain. All evacuation orders in Butte County have been lifted. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple Fire stations, to private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, and the Union Pacific railroad. Hwy 70 remains closed and multiple bridges destroyed and damaged to road infrastructure. Area and trail closures in effect. Crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/06/2020 1900

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,008,590 acres grass, brush and timber, 60% contained. South Zone: 544,932 acres, 83% contained, North East Zone: 263,329 acres, 40% contained, North West Zone: 65,493 acres, 23% contained, West Zone: 134,836 acres, 65% contained. Active fire behavior today with group torching, single tree torching and backing. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Hwy 36 and 3 are closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Changes in Zoning is occurring to spread workload among IMTs. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. GB Type 1, Team 2 (Demasters) to take command of NE Zone 10/7 @ 0600. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) inbrief for South Zone on 10/7. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) managing the August-South Zone and Northwest Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-Northeast Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/06/2020 1900

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 155,287 acres timber, 67% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with backing and isolated torching. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged and communication infrastructure for Gasquet threatened. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Loomis) in command.

10/06/2020 1900

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 133,763 acres brush and timber, 34% contained. Fire growth continued on the east flank with backing, flanking and creeping. Evacuation order in effect for Miller Ranch and evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville and Denny with a continued threat to Hoopa Tribal land and community. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

10/06/2020 1900

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,693 acres timber, 32% contained. Moderate Fire behavior today with flanking, backing and isolated torching. Threat to the community of Seiad and area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar in steep rugged terrain. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Loomis) in command.

10/06/2020 0720

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,305 acres, grass brush and timber, 82% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with smoldering observed. Structure threat has been mitigated and evacuation orders remain. Road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/06/2020 0720

CA-LNU Glass: 66,840 acres brush and timber, 50% contained. Active fire behavior overnight with uphill runs, creeping and smoldering. Continued structure threat and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Threats exist to multiple communities. Threats to critical infrastructure including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, CAL FIRE and medical facilities, numerous schools and Pacific Union College, multiple private vineyards, and to critical wildlife habitat. Highway 29 remains closed with road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department and Calistoga Police Department.

10/06/2020 0720 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping, backing and smoldering. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/06/2020 0720

CA-PNF North Complex: 318,731 acres grass, brush and timber, 86% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain with structures threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, and to the Union Pacific railroad. Hwy 70 remains closed and multiple bridges destroyed and damaged road infrastructure. Area and trail closures in effect. Crews from British Columbia Canada are assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/06/2020 0720

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,006,140 acres grass, brush and timber, 58% contained. South Zone: 544,372 acres, 83% contained, North East Zone: 262,017 acres, 38% contained, North West Zone: 64,915 acres, 23% contained, West Zone: 134,836 acres, 60% contained. Moderate fire behavior overnight with backing, single tree torching and flanking. Threats remain for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Hwy 36 is closed, and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Changes in Zoning is occurring to spread workload among IMTs. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) managing the August-South Zone and Northwest Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-Northeast Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/06/2020 0720

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 155,287 acres timber, 65% contained. Most of the fire’s growth was on East side of fire. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged and communication infrastructure for Gasquet is threatened. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Loomis) in command.

10/06/2020 0720

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 133,763 acres brush and timber, 34% contained. Fire growth continued on the east flank with backing, flanking and creeping. Evacuation order in effect for Miller Ranch and evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville and Denny with a continued threat to Hoopa Tribal land and community. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

10/06/2020 0720

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,693 acres timber, 30% contained. Threat to the community of Seiad. Area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar in steep rugged terrain. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Loomis) in command.

10/05/2020 1930

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,003,407 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 58% contained. Active fire behavior with short-range spotting, backing, and group torching. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Highway 36 is closed. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) managing the August-South Zone and Northwest Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-Northeast Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/05/2020 1930

CA-KNF Devil: 8,650 acres, timber, 30% contained. Moderate fire behavior flanking, backing, and isolated torching. The community of Seiad is threatened. Area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar, in steep and rugged terrain. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Loomis) in command.

10/05/2020 1930

CA-LNU Glass: 66,840 acres, brush and timber, 41% contained. Active fire behavior with uphill runs, creeping, and smoldering. Evacuation Orders remain in place. There are threats to structures, multiple communities, critical infrastructure including: educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipelines, CAL FIRE, and medical facilities, numerous schools, Pacific Union College, private vineyards, and critical wildlife habitats. Highways 12, 29, and 128 remain closed. CAL FIRE IMT (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, and Saint Helena Fire Department.

10/05/2020 1930

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,305 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 80% contained. Minimal fire behavior, smoldering was observed. Evacuation Warnings and Orders remain in place. The threat to structures has been mitigated. Road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/05/2020 1930

CA-KNF Slater: 155,096 acres, timber, 65% contained. Moderate fire behavior with flanking, backing, and isolated torching was observed. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk Tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument, multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitats, and a Class 1 Airshed. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. PNW Type 2, Team 7 is in command.

10/05/2020 0852

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,305 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 76% contained. Evacuation Warnings and Orders remain in place. Structures are still threatened. Repopulation is occurring where safely possible. Road, area, and trail closures in effect in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/05/2020 0852

CA-LNU Glass: 65,580 acres, brush and timber, 30% contained. Active fire behavior observed overnight. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. There are threats to structures, multiple communities, critical infrastructures, multiple private vineyards, and critical wildlife habitats. Highways 12, 19, and 128 are closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department, and Calistoga Police Department.

10/05/2020 0852

CA-KNF Devil: 8,650 acres, timber, 27% contained. The community of Seiad is threatened. Area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar, in steep and rugged terrain. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Loomis) in command.

10/05/2020 0852

CA-KNF Slater: 155,096 acres, timber, 62% contained. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitats, and a Class 1 Airshed. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Loomis) in command.

10/05/2020 0852

CA-MNF August Complex: 1,002,097 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 54% contained. Active fire behavior with shorth crown runs, group torching, and backing. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Highway 36 remains closed. Area and trail closure are in effect. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Changes in Zoning is occurring to spread workload among IMTs. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) managing the August-South Zone and Northwest Zone today (10/4) at 0600. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-Northeast Zone CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. The assigned incoming teams are GB Type 1, Team 2 (Demasters) and SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair). Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/05/2020 0852

CA-SRF Red Salmon: 133,763 acres, brush and timber, 34% contained. Moderated overnight fire behavior with growth on the east flank. Evacuation Order in effect for Miller Ranch. Evacuation Warnings remain for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville, and Denny. There are threats to Hoopa Tribal land and community, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitats, and a Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

10/04/2020 1921

CA-LNU Glass: 64,900 acres, brush and timber, 26% contained. Active fire behavior observed. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. There are threats to structures, multiple communities, critical infrastructure including: educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, CAL FIRE, medical facilities, numerous schools, Pacific Union College, multiple private vineyards, and critical wildlife habitats. Highways 12, 19, and 128 are closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department, and Calistoga Police Department.

10/04/2020 1921

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,305 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 70% contained. Evacuation Warnings and Orders remain in place. Structures are still threatened. Road, area, and trail closures in effect in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/04/2020 1921

CA-KNF Slater: 155,004 acres, timber, 62% contained. Moderate fire behavior with flanking, backing, and isolated torching. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitats, and a Class 1 Airshed. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Loomis) in command.

10/04/2020 1921

CA-MNF August Complex: 993,191 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 54% contained. Active fire behavior with short crown runs, group torching and backing. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Highway 36 remains closed. Area and trail closure are in effect. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) managing the August-South Zone and Northwest Zone today (10/4) at 0600. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-Northeast Zone today (10/4) at 0600. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/04/2020

1921

CA-PNF North: 318,724 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 83% contained. Active fire behavior with isolated torching, flanking, and backing Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon, and multiple repeater sites, Upper Feather River Watershed, water storage, and pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sties, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, 2 Native American Casino’s, and the Union Pacific railroad. Multiple bridges have been destroyed and there is damaged road infrastructure. Highway 70 remained closed. There are area and trail closures in effect. Crews from British Columbia, Canada assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/04/2020 1921

CA-SRF Red Salmon: 132,065 acres, brush and timber, 34% contained. Active fire behavior with uphill runs, running and short-range spotting. Evacuation Order in effect for Miller Ranch. Evacuation Warnings remain for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville, and Denny. There are threats to Hoopa Tribal land and community, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitats, and a Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

10/04/2020 0903

CA-KNF Slater: 154,814 acres, timber, 55% contained. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitats, and a Class 1 Airshed. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Loomis) in command.

10/04/2020 0903

CA-KNF Devil: 8,631 acres, timber, 25% contained. The community of Seiad is threatened. Area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar, in steep and rugged terrain. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Loomis) in command.

10/04/2020 0903

CA-SRF Red Salmon: 130,154 acres, brush and timber, 33% contained. Moderate overnight fire activity due to increased relative humidity. Evacuation Order in effect for Miller Ranch. Evacuation Warnings remain for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville, and Denny. There are threats to Hoopa Tribal land and community, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitats, and a Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

10/04/2020 0903

CA-PNF North: 318,412 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 83% contained. Active fire behavior with isolated torching, creeping, and smoldering. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon, and multiple repeater sites, Upper Feather River Watershed, water storage, and pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sties, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, 2 Native American Casino’s, and the Union Pacific railroad. Multiple bridges have been destroyed and there is damaged road infrastructure. Highway 70 remained closed. There are area and trail closures in effect. Crews from British Columbia, Canada assigned. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

10/04/2020 0900

CA-MNF August Complex: 987,654 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 51% contained. Moderate fire behavior with backing and isolated torching. Fire activity primarily occurred on the North and West portions of the incident. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Highway 36 remains closed. Area and trail closure are in effect. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) managing the August-South Zone and Northwest Zone today (10/4) at 0600. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-Northeast Zone today (10/4) at 0600. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/04/2020 0900

CA-LNU Glass: 63,885 acres, brush and timber, 17% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. There are threats to structures, multiple communities, critical infrastructure including: educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, CAL FIRE, medical facilities, numerous schools, Pacific Union College, multiple private vineyards, and critical wildlife habitats. Highways 12, 19, and 128 are closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena City Fire Department, Calistoga Fire Department, and Calistoga Police Department.

10/04/2020 0900

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,305 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 68% contained. Evacuation Warnings and Orders remain in place. Structures are still threatened. Repopulation is occurring where safely possible. Road, area, and trail closures in effect in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/03/2020 1920

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,305 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 66% contained. Minimal fire behavior. Evacuation Warnings and Orders remain in place. Repopulation is occurring where safely possible. Road, area, and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/03/2020 1920

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,305 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 66% contained. Minimal fire behavior. Evacuation Warnings and Orders remain in place. Repopulation is occurring where safely possible. Road, area, and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/03/2020 1920

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 130,154 acres, brush and timber, 33% contained. Active fire behavior with short range spotting. Evacuation Order in effect for Miller Ranch. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville, and Denny. There are threats to Hoopa Tribal land and community, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and cultural sites, communications infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitats, and a Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail, and area closures are in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) is in command.

10/03/2020 1920

CA-MNF August Complex: 984,804 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 51% contained. Extreme fire behavior, group torching and crown runs. Red Flag Warning in effect through Sunday, 10/4, with gusty winds and low relative humidity. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Highway 36 is closed. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) managing the August-South Zone and Northwest Zone on 10/4 at 0600. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-Northeast Zone on 10/4 at 0600. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/03/2020 1920

CA-MNF August Complex: 984,804 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 51% contained. Extreme fire behavior, group torching and crown runs. Red Flag Warning in effect through Sunday, 10/4, with gusty winds and low relative humidity. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Highway 36 is closed. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) managing the August-South Zone and Northwest Zone on 10/4 at 0600. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-Northeast Zone on 10/4 at 0600. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/03/2020 1920

CA-KNF Devil: 8,598 acres, timber, 25% contained. Little fire growth primarily occurring on the east side. The community of Seiad is threatened. Area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar, in steep and rugged terrain. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Loomis) in command.

10/03/2020 1920

CA-LNU Glass: 63,450 acres, brush and timber, 15% contained. Red Flag Warning in effect through Sunday, 10/4, morning for gusty winds and low relative humidity. Evacuation Orders remain in place. There are threats to structures, multiple communities, critical infrastructure including: educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipelines, CAL FIRE, and medical facilities, numerous schools, Pacific Union College, private vineyards, and critical wildlife habitats. Highways 12, 29, and 128 remain closed. CAL FIRE IMT (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, and Saint Helena Fire Department.

10/03/2020 1700

The National Weather Service has expanded the Red Flag Warning for western portions of the North Ops area for gusty winds and low humidity in effect now through 0600 Sunday morning. The Red Flag area may continue to expand so please check back for updates. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

10/03/2020 1640

The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for portion of the North Bay Mountains for gusty winds and low humidity in effect now through 0600 Sunday morning. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

10/03/2020 1325

The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for a large portion of Modoc County for gusty winds and low humidity from 1400 Sunday through 2000 Sunday. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

10/03/2020 0810

The National Weather Service has issued a Fire Weather Watch for a large portion of Modoc County for gusty winds and low humidity for Sunday afternoon and evening. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

10/03/2020 0810

CA-KNF Slater: 154,780 acres, timber, 51% contained. Little fire growth, primarily on the east side. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument, multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. Smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. PNW Type 2, Team 7 in command.

10/03/2020 0810

CA-KNF Devil: 8,598 acres timber, 21% contained. Little fire growth primarily occurring on the east side. There is a threat to the community of Seiad as the fire spread continues to the west, southwest. Area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar, in steep and rugged terrain. PNW Type 2, Team 7 in command.

10/03/2020 0810

CA-ENF Fork: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continues to slow progress. Road, area, and trail closures in effect.

10/03/2020 0810

CA-MNF August Complex: 979,386 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 51% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Highway 36 is closed. Area and trail closures in effect. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Area Command Team 3 (Jalbert) in command. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) managing the August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/03/2020 0810

CA-SRF Red Salmon: 129,191 acres, brush and timber, 31% contained. Moderated overnight fire activity in drainages, active at higher elevations. Evacuation Order in effect for Miller Ranch. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Denny. There are threats to the Hoopa Tribal land and community, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitat, and a Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

10/03/2020 0810

CA-SRF Red Salmon: 129,191 acres, brush and timber, 31% contained. Moderated overnight fire activity in drainages, active at higher elevations. Evacuation Order in effect for Miller Ranch. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Denny. There are threats to the Hoopa Tribal land and community, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitat, and a Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

10/03/2020 0810

CA-PNF North Complex: 317,459 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 79% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon, and multiple repeater sites, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites historic sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, 2 Native American Casino’s, and the Union Pacific railroad. Highway 70 remains closed. Multiple bridges have been destroyed and there is damaged road infrastructure. Area and trail closures are in effect. Crews from Quebec, Canada assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black (Hagan) in command. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) assigned, tentative to assume command at 1800 tonight.

10/03/2020 0810

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,305 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 57% contained. Minimal fire behavior. Evacuation Warnings and Orders remain in place. Repopulation is occurring where safely possible. Road, area, and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/02/2020 1840

CA-KNF Slater: 154,597 acres, timber, 51% contained. Moderate fire behavior, torching, flanking, and backing. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. Northern Rockies, Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. A planned transfer of command with Northern Rockies Team 2, to PNW Type 2, Team 7 on Saturday, 10/3 at 0600.

10/02/2020 1840

CA-KNF Devil: 8,530 acres, timber, 21% contained. Moderate fire behavior with flanking, backing, and torching. There is a threat to the community of Seiad as fire spread continues to the west, southwest. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar, in steep, rugged terrain. Area and trail closures in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Transfer of command to PNW Type 2, Team 7 on Saturday, 10/3 at 0600.

10/02/2020 1840

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 129,191 acres, brush and timber, 31% contained. Active fire behavior, with primary growth to the east. Evacuation Order in effect for Miller Ranch. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Denny. There are threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, Hoopa Tribal land and community, historic and culturally significant sites, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, and critical and endangered wildlife habitats and a Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail, and area closures are in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) is in command. 

10/02/2020 1840

CA-LNU Glass: 61,150 acres, brush and timber, 8% contained. Active fire behavior, running, and spotting. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation Orders remain in place. There are threats to structures, multiple communities, critical infrastructure including education institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, CAL FIRE, medical facilities, numerous schools, Pacific Union College, private vineyards, and to critical wildlife habitats. Highway 12, 29, 128 remain closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, Saint Helena Fire Department.

10/02/2020 1840

CA-RNP Woodward: 4,929 acres, 100% contained.

10/02/2020 1840

CA-PNF North Complex: 317,459 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 79% contained. Active fire behavior, spotting and torching. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon, and multiple repeater sites, Upper Feather River Watershed, water storage, and pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites threatened, protected and endangered species, historical sites, and Maidu cultural sites, 2 Native American Casino’s, and the Union Pacific railroad. Highway 70 remains closed. Multiple bridges have been destroyed and there is damaged road infrastructure. Area and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec, Canada assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black (Hagan) is in command. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) assigned, in-briefed at 1500.

10/02/2020 1840

CA-MNF August Complex: 970,930 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 51% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. Red Flag warning in effect for gusty winds and low relative humidity. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Area Command Team 3 (Jalbert) is in command. NW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) managing the August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) Managing the August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/02/2020 1840

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,168 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 56% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported. Evacuation Warnings and Orders remain. Repopulation is occurring where safely possible. There are threats to structures. Road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/02/2020 0800

CA-KNF Slater: 154,563 acres, timber, 50% contained. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Gasquet threatened, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument, historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitats. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. Smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Planned transfer of command with Northern Rockies Team 2 to PNW Type 2, Team 7 on Saturday, 10/3 at 0600.

10/02/2020 0800

CA-KNF Slater: 154,563 acres, timber, 50% contained. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Gasquet threatened, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument, historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitats. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. Smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Planned transfer of command with Northern Rockies Team 2 to PNW Type 2, Team 7 on Saturday, 10/3 at 0600.

10/02/2020 0800

CA-MNF August Complex: 970,563 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 51% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH. There are threats to multiple communities, Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services, communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitat. Highway 36 is closed. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Area Command Team 3 (Jalbert) in command. NW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) managing the August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/02/2020 0800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 126,673 acres, brush and timber, 31% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight in drainages and remained active at higher elevations. Evacuation Order in effect for Miller Ranch. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Denny. There are threats to Hoopa Tribal land and community, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitats and a Class 1 Airshed. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

10/02/2020 0800

CA-PNF North Complex: 316,685 acres, grass, brush and timber, 79% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain. There are threats to structures, communications infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon, and multiple repeater sites, Upper Feather River Watershed, water storage, pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites, Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, 2 Native American Casino’s, and the Union Pacific Railroad. Multiple bridges have been destroyed and damaged road infrastructure. Highway 70 remains closed. Area and trail closures are in effect. Crews from Quebec, Canada assigned, RM Type 2, Team Black (Hagan) in command. CA Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) assigned, tentative in-brief on Friday, 10/2, at 1500.

10/02/2020 0800

CA-LNU Glass: 60,148 acres, brush and timber, 6% contained. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation Orders remain in place. There are threats to structures, multiple communities, critical infrastructure, educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, CAL FIRE, and medical facilities. Numerous schools, including Pacific Union College are threatened. There are also threats to private vineyards and critical wildlife habitats. Highway 12, 29, and 128 remain closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa Police Department, Santa Rosa Fire Department, and Saint Helena Fire Department.

10/02/2020 0800

CA-SHU Zogg: 56,018 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 46% contained. Moderate fire behavior. Evacuation Orders in place. There are threats to structures, the communities of Igo and Ono, Shasta State Park, Northern California Veterans Cemetery, critical infrastructure including major transmission lines, natural gas pipelines, private timberlands, campgrounds, grazing lands, wilderness areas, and endangered species. Portions of Whiskeytown National Recreation Area closed. There are road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/01/2020 1840

CA-SHU Zogg: 55,803 acres, grass brush and timber, 39% contained. Moderate fire behavior today. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders in place. Threats exist to the communities of Igo and Ono and to Shasta State Park and Northern California Veterans Cemetery. Threats to critical infrastructure including major transmission lines and natural gas pipelines, private timberlands, campgrounds, grazing lands, wilderness areas and endangered species. Portions of Whiskeytown National Recreation Area is closed. Road closures in the area and highway 36 is closed. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/01/2020 1840

CA-LNU Glass: 58,880 acres brush and timber, 5% contained. Active fire behavior today with torching and long range spotting up to 1 mile. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity. Continued structure threat and evacuation orders remain in place. Threats exist to multiple communities. Threat to critical infrastructure including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, CAL FIRE and medical facilities, numerous schools and Pacific Union College, and to critical wildlife habitat. Highway 12, 29, 128, remain closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa PD and Santa Rosa Fire Department.

10/01/2020 1840 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Fire activity increased in the Rubicon drainage also snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/01/2020 1840

CA-PNF North Complex: 316,685 acres grass, brush and timber 79% contained. Active fire behavior today with torching and spotting. Evacuation orders and warnings remain with structures threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure. multiple Fire stations, to private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, two Native American Casino’s, and to the Union Pacific railroad. Hwy 70 remains closed and multiple bridges destroyed and damaged road infrastructure. Area and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black (Hagan) in command. CA Type 1, Team 4 assigned, tentative in-brief on 10/2 at 1500.

10/01/2020 1840

CA-MNF August Complex: 956,084 acres grass, brush and timber, 51% contained. South Zone: 489,465, 70% contained. North Zone: 346,156, 35% contained. West Zone: 120,463 acres, 55% contained. Active fire behavior today with group torching, uphill runs and flanking. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and a threat remains for multiple communities. Hwy 36 is closed and area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Changes in Zoning is occurring to spread workload among IMTs. Area Command Team 3 (Jalbert) in command. NW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) managing the August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/01/2020 1840

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 154,445 acres timber, 50% contained. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged and communication infrastructure for Gasquet is threatened. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Planned transfer of command with Northern Rockies Team 2 to PNW Type 2, Team 7 on 10/3 @ 0600. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

10/01/2020 1840

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 126,673 acres brush and timber 31% contained. Evacuation order in effect for Miller Ranch and evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Denny. Threats to Hoopa Tribal land and community, federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

10/01/2020 1840

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,506 acres timber, 20% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with creeping, backing and isolated torching. Threat to the community of Seiad as fire spread continues to the WSW. Area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar in steep rugged terrain. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Transfer of command to PNW Type 2, Team 7 on 10/3 @ 0600.

10/01/2020 0720

CA-SHU Zogg: 55,303 acres, grass brush and timber, 26% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders in place. Threats exist to the communities of Igo, Ono, Centerville, Platina, and Shasta State Park. Threats to critical infrastructure including major transmission lines and natural gas pipelines, Private timberlands, campgrounds, grazing lands, wilderness areas and endangered species. Portions of Whiskeytown National Recreation Area are closed. Road closures in the area and highway 36 is closed. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

10/01/2020 0720

CA-LNU Glass: 56,781 acres brush and timber, 5% contained. Active night time fire behavior with low RH recoveries. Continued structure threat and evacuation orders remain in place. Threats exist to multiple communities. Threats to critical infrastructure including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, CAL FIRE and medical facilities, and to critical wildlife habitat. Highway 12, 29, 128, remain closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Napa County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Rosa PD and Santa Rosa Fire Department.

10/01/2020 0720 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with backing, smoldering and creeping. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
10/01/2020 0720

CA-PNF North Complex: 316,149 acres grass, brush and timber 79% contained. Active fire behavior overnight with creeping, torching and group torching. Evacuation orders and warnings remain with structures threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, to private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, two Native American Casino’s, and the Union Pacific railroad. Multiple bridges destroyed and damaged road infrastructure and area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black (Hagan) in command of North and South Zone. CAL FIRE Butte Unit managing West Zone.

10/01/2020 0720

CA-MNF August Complex: 955,513 acres grass, brush and timber, 51% contained. South Zone: 489,380 70% contained, North Zone: 346,156, 35% contained, West Zone: 119,977 acres, 65% contained. Active fire behavior overnight with group torching, uphill runs and flanking. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and threat remains to multiple communities. Hwy 36 closed and area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. NW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) in command of South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

10/01/2020 0720

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 154,507 acres timber, 48% contained. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek with level 1 evacuation notices in effect for Oregon. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged and communication infrastructure for Gasquet is threatened. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Planned transfer of command with Northern Rockies Team 2 to PNW IMT 7 on 10/3 @ 0600. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

10/01/2020 0720

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 124,464 acres brush and timber 31% contained. Evacuation order in effect for Miller Ranch and an evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Denny. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, and to historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

10/01/2020 0720

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,506 acres timber, 20% contained. Moderate fire behavior overnight with creeping, backing and isolated torching. The fire continues to spread slowly to the N, W and NE. Area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar burning in steep rugged terrain. Transfer of command to PNW IMT 7 on 10/3 @ 0600. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/30/2020 1830 CA-PNF North Complex: 314,949 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 79% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon, and multiple repeater sites, Upper Feather River Watershed, water storage, and pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, and protected and endangered species. There are also threats to 2 Native American Casino’s and the Union Pacific Railroad. Multiple buildings destroyed and damaged road infrastructure. Area, road, and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec, Canada assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black (Hagan) in command of North and South Zone. CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell) managing West Zone in unified command with Butte County Sheriff.
09/30/2020 1825

CA-MNF August Complex: 949,672 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 51% contained. Fire behavior remained active today with a majority of fire growth occurring on the northwest and western portions of the incident. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. Highway 36 and multiple County Roads are closed. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. NW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) in command of August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/30/2020 1820 CA-LNU Glass: 51,266 acres, brush and timber, 2% contained. Fire behavior remained active today. Evacuation Orders remain in place. Threats to structures, multiple communities, critical infrastructure, including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipelines, CAL FIRE, and medical facilities, and critical wildlife habitats. Road closures in the area, including: Highway 12, 29, 128, Silverado Trail and Calistoga Road. CAL FIRE IMT (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office and Napa County Sheriff’s Office.
09/30/2020 1800 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 124,464 acres brush and timber 31% contained. Smoke moderated fire behavior. Evacuation Order in effect for Miller Ranch and Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of Salmon and Denny. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, and to historic and culturally significant sites. Communication towers are threatened. Road, trail and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.
09/30/2020 1800

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 154,145 acres timber, 48% contained. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek with multiple levels of evacuations remain in effect for Oregon. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged and communication infrastructure for Gasquet is threatened. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/30/2020 1800

CA-SHU Zogg: 55,046 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 9% contained. Fire behavior remained active. Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Threats to the communities of Igo, Ono, Centerville, Happy Valley, Platina, and Cottonwood. Threat remains to critical infrastructure, including major transmission lines and natural gas pipelines, private timberlands, campgrounds, grazing lands, wilderness areas, and endangered species. Portions of Whiskeytown National Recreation Area are closed. Road closures in the area. Highway 36 is closed. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

09/30/2020 0946

The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warnings for portions of the North Ops Area. Timing and locations may vary. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

09/30/2020 0823

CA-SHU Zogg: 51,955 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 7% contained. Evacuation Orders in place. Threats to structures, the communities of Igo, Ono, Centerville, Happy Valley, Platina, and Cottonwood, critical infrastructure, including major transmission lines and natural gas pipelines, private timberlands, campgrounds, grazing lands, wilderness areas, and endangered species. Portions of Whiskeytown National Recreation Area are closed. Road closures in the area. Highway 36 is closed. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

09/30/2020 0823

CA-LNU Glass: 48,440 acres, brush and timber, 2% contained. Active overnight fire behavior with low humidity recovery reported. Evacuation Orders remain in place. Threats to structures, multiple communities, critical infrastructure, including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipelines, CAL FIRE, and medical facilities, and critical wildlife habitats. Road closures in the area, including: Highway 12, 29, 128, Silverado Trail and Calistoga Road. CAL FIRE IMT (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office and Napa County Sheriff’s Office.

9/30/2020 0823

CA-PNF North Complex: 314,949 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 79% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon, and multiple repeater sites, Upper Feather River Watershed, water storage, and pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, and protected and endangered species. There are also threats to 2 Native American Casino’s and the Union Pacific Railroad. Multiple buildings destroyed and damaged road infrastructure. Area, road, and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec, Canada assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black (Hagan) in command of North and South Zone. CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell) managing West Zone in unified command with Butte County Sheriff.

09/30/2020 0823

CA-MNF August Complex: 949,055 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 47% contained. Moderate overnight fire behavior. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. Highway 36 and multiple County Roads are closed. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. NW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) in command of August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/30/2020 0823

CA-ENF Fork: 1,667 acres, brush and timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior with backing, smoldering, and creeping. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area, and trail closures remain in effect. Transition to Local Type 4 IC.

09/29/2020 1850

CA-SHU Zogg: 50,102 acres, grass brush and timber, 0% contained. Active fire behavior today with torching, wind driven runs and short-range spotting. Continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders in place. Threats exist to the communities of Igo, Ono, Centerville, Happy Valley, Platina and Cottonwood, critical infrastructure including major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, private timberlands, campgrounds, grazing lands, wilderness areas and endangered species. Portions of Whiskeytown National Recreation Area are closed with road closures in the area. Highway 36 is closed. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

09/29/2020 1850

CA-LNU Glass: 46,600 acres brush and timber, 2% contained. Active fire behavior today with torching and uphill runs. Continued structure threat with evacuation orders remaining in place. Threats exist to multiple communities, endangered species and critical infrastructure including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, CAL FIRE and medical facilities. Road closures in the area and highway 12, 29, 128, Silverado Trail and Calistoga Road are closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office and Napa County Sheriff’s Office.

09/29/2020 1850 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with backing, smoldering and creeping. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
09/29/2020 1850

CA-PNF North Complex: 314,043 acres grass, brush and timber 76% contained. Active fire behavior today with group torching, torching and spotting. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain with structures threatened. Threat to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites. Threats to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, two Native American Casino’s, and Union Pacific railroad. Multiple bridges destroyed and damaged road infrastructure and area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black (Hagan) in command of North and South Zone. CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell) managing West Zone, in unified command with Butte County Sheriff.

09/29/2020 1850

CA-MNF August Complex: 938,044 acres grass, brush and timber, 43% contained. South Zone: 488,897 70% contained, North Zone: 332,388, 49% contained, West Zone: 116,759 acres, 65% contained. Active fire behavior today with Group torching, single tree torching and uphill runs. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. Threats remain for multiple communities. Hwy 36 and multiple County roads are closed with area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites and to critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. NW Type 1 IMT 2 (Allen) assigned to South Zone transfer of command planned for 9/30 @ 0700. Atlanta-NIMO Team (Quesinberry) in command and Type 2 Team (Coots) assigned to August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/29/2020 1850

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 154,145 acres timber, 45% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with backing, creeping and isolated torching. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders remaining for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek and Level 1 Evacuation Notices in effect for Oregon. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged with communication infrastructure for Gasquet threatened. Threats to Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. NW IMT 7 assigned in briefing 10/1. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/29/2020 1850

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 120,236 acres brush and timber 31% contained. Active fire behavior today with uphill runs, running and short-range spotting. Evacuation Order in effect for Miller Ranch with Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Denny. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, and to historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

09/29/2020 1850

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,410 acres timber, 20% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with creeping, backing and isolated torching. The fire continues to spread slowly to East and West Southwest. Area and trail closures in effect. This fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar. Fire is burning in steep rugged terrain. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/29/2020 1850

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,188 acres brush, timber, 100% contained. Final report unless significate activity occurs.

09/29/2020 0715

CA-SHU Zogg: 40,317 acres, grass brush and timber, 0% contained. Active fire behavior overnight with torching, wind driven runs and short-range spotting. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders in place. Threats exist to the communities of Igo, Ono, Happy Valley, Platina and Cottonwood, critical infrastructure including major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, private timberlands, campgrounds, grazing lands, wilderness areas and endangered species. Portions of Whiskeytown National Recreation Area are closed. Road closures in the area and highway 36 is closed. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

09/29/2020 0715

CA-LNU Glass: 42,560 acres brush and timber, 0% contained. Active fire behavior overnight with flanking, single tree torching and uphill runs. Continued structure threat with evacuation orders remaining in place. Threats exist to multiple communities, endangered species and critical infrastructure including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, Sonoma county Juvenile Hall, CAL FIRE and medical facilities. Road closures in the area and highways 12, 29, 128, Silverado Trail and Calistoga Road are closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office and Napa County Sheriff’s Office.

09/29/2020 0715 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with slow backing and creeping. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
09/29/2020 0715

CA-PNF North Complex: 308,995 acres grass, brush and timber 76% contained. Active fire behavior with group torching, crowning and short-range spotting overnight and a spot fire is well established in the French Hotel Drainage on North Zone. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain and repopulation is ongoing where safely possible with structures threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, two Native American Casino’s, and the Union Pacific railroad. Multiple bridges destroyed and damaged road infrastructure and area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black (Hagan) in command of North and South Zone and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell) managing West Zone, in unified command with Butte County Sheriff.

09/29/2020 0715

CA-MNF August Complex: 938,044 acres grass, brush and timber, 43% contained. South Zone: 488,897 70% contained, North Zone: 332,388, 49% contained, West Zone: 116,759 acres, 65% contained. Active fire behavior overnight with flanking, backing and isolated torching. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and threat remains for multiple communities. Hwy 36 and multiple County roads are closed, and area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites and to critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. NW Type 1 IMT 2 (Allen) assigned to south Zone in brief today 9/29. Atlanta-NIMO Team (Quesinberry) in command and Type 2 Team (Coots) assigned to August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. This Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/29/2020 0715

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 154,180 acres timber, 40% contained. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity in effect for portions of fire area until 1000 today. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek with multiple levels of evacuations remain in effect for Oregon. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged and communication infrastructure for Gasquet is threatened. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Norther Rockies Team 2 is in Unified Command in Oregon with Oregon State Fire Marshal. Oregon State Fire Marshal planned to transition out of unified command @ 1000 today.

09/29/2020 0715

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 116,819 acres brush and timber 31% contained. Overnight fire behavior remained active. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, and historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

09/29/2020 0715

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,410 acres timber, 18% contained. Moderate fire behavior overnight with flanking, backing and isolated torching. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity in effect for portions of fire area until 1000 today. Area and trail closures are in effect. This fire is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar in steep rugged terrain. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/29/2020 0715

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,188 acres brush, timber, 93% contained. Crews continue to strengthen control lines and mop up. Threats to the community of Callahan, Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications sites, and commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/28/2020 1920

CA-LNU Glass: 36,236 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. Extreme fire behavior with wind driven runs and long-range spotting. A Red Flag Warning is in effect today for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation orders remain in place. Threats exist to structures, endangered species, critical infrastructure including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, CAL FIRE stations, and medical facilities. CAL FIRE Type IMT 3 (See) is in command.

09/28/2020 1900

CA-PNF North Complex: 306,135 acres grass, brush and timber 78% contained. Active fire behavior today with wind driven runs and long range spotting. Fire spotted into French Hotel Drainage today and is well established to the north. A Red Flag Warning in place today for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place with additional evacuatons in progress today. Repopulation is occuring were safe to do so. Structures are threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage/ pumping infrastructure, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, protected and endangered species, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites. Two Native American Casino’s, and the Union Pacific railroad. Multiple bridges destroyed and damaged including road infrastructure. Area, road and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black (Hagan) in command of North and South Zone. CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell) managing West Zone, in unified command with Butte County Sheriff.

09/28/2020 1855

CA-MNF August Complex: 902,463 acres, grass, brush and timber, 43% contained. Extreme fire behavior observed today with crowning, running, and long-range spotting. Spot fires have been identified north of Highway 36 and east of Forest Glen. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. Red Flag Warning today for gusty winds and low humidity. Threats to communities, privates and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines gas lines, hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure. There are threats to numerous cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Highway 36 and multiple County Roads remain closed. Area and trail closures in effect. Atlanta-NIMO Team (Quesinberry) in command and Type 2 Team (Coots) assigned to August South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/28/2020 1850

CA-SHU Zogg: 31,237 acres, grass and brush, 0% contained. Active fire behavior today with wind driven runs and long range spotting observed. A Red Flag Warning is in place today for gusty winds and low relative humidity. Evacuation Orders in place with additional evacuations in progress. Threats to structures including the communities of Igo, Ono,Happy Valley, Platina and Cottonwood. Threats to community infastructure, major power and gas transmission lines, private and federal timberlands, agricultural land, wilderness areas as well as wildlife and endangered species habitat. State Highway 36 is closed with numerous other road area and trail closures in place. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

09/28/2020 1825

CA-KNF Devil: 8,410 acres, timber, 18% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today with backing and flanking. Road, area and trail closures remain in place. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar and in steep and rugged terrain. There is a Red Flag Warning today for gusty winds and low humidity. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/28/2020 1825

CA-KNF Slater: 154,102 acres, timber, 40% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today with backing and flanking. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Multiple Levels of Evacuations remain in effect for Oregon. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk Tribe Ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument, multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitats. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. There is a Red Flag Warning today for gusty winds and low humidity in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Northern Rockies Team 2 is in Unified Command in Oregon with Oregon State Fire Marshal.

09/28/2020 1825

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,188 acres brush, timber, 93% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering and creeping observed today. A Red Flag Warning issued today for gusty winds and low RH. Crews continue to strengthen control lines. Threat to community of Callahan. Threats to Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications site and to commercial timberlands remain. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/28/2020 1820 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with backing smoldering and creeping. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow containment progress. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area today for gusty winds and low humidity. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
09/28/2020 1800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 116,819 acres, brush and timber, 31% contained.Extreme fire behavior observed today with short crown runs. Increased fire activity has caused a large slop over that is threatening the community of Hoopa. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect today for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, and historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

09/28/2020 1630

The National Weather Service, Medford has extended the Red Flag Warning for portions of Southern Oregon and Northern California. The warning remains in effect until 10am Tuesday morning. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

09/28/2020 0800

CA-SHU Zogg: 15,000 acres, grass and brush, 0% contained. Extreme fire behavior with wind driven runs and long range spotting observed. A Red Flag Warning is in place today for gusty winds and low relative humidity. Evacuation Orders in place with additional evacuations in progress. Threats to structures, major power transmission lines, and the communities of Igo, Happy Valley, and Platina. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is scheduled to assume command at 0900.

09/28/2020 0800

CA-LNU Glass: 11,000 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. Extreme fire behavior with wind driven runs and long-range spotting. A Red Flag Warning is in effect today for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation orders in place with additional evacuations in progress. Threats exist to structures, endangered species, critical infrastructure including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, CAL FIRE, and medical facilities. North Bay Type III IMT assigned. CAL FIRE Type IMT 3 (See) on order with a planned transition today.

09/28/2020 0800

CA-PNF North Complex: 306,135 acres grass, brush and timber 78% contained. Active fire behavior overnight with wind driven runs and long range spotting. A Red Flag Warning in place today for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place with additional evacuatons in progress today. Repopulation is occuring were safe to do so. Structures are threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage/ pumping infrastructure, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, protected and endangered species, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites. Two Native American Casino’s, and the Union Pacific railroad. Multiple bridges destroyed and damaged including road infrastructure. Area, road and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black (Hagan) in command of North and South Zone. CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell) managing West Zone, in unified command with Butte County Sheriff.

09/28/2020 0800

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,188 acres brush, timber, 89% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight with smoldering and creeping observed. A Red Flag Warning issued today for gusty winds and low RH. Crews continue to strengthen control lines. Threat to community of Callahan. Threats to Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications site and to commercial timberlands remain. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/28/2020 0800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 111,012 acres, brush and timber, 31% contained. The fire continued to spread SW and NE overnight. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect today for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, and historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

09/28/2020 0800

CA-MNF August Complex: 878,470 acres, grass, brush and timber, 45% contained. Extreme fire behavior observed overnight with crowning, running, and long-range spotting. Spot fires have been identified north of Highway 36 and east of Forest Glen. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. Red Flag Warning today for gusty winds and low humidity. Threats to communities, privates and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines gas lines, hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure. There are threats to numerous cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Highway 36 and multiple County Roads remain closed. Area and trail closures in effect. Atlanta-NIMO Team (Quesinberry) in command and Type 2 Team (Coots) assigned to August South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/28/2020 0800 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with backing smoldering and creeping. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area today for gusty winds and low humidity. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
09/28/2020 0800

CA-KNF Devil: 8,410 acres, timber, 18% contained. Road, area and trail closures remain in place. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar and in steep and rugged terrain. There is a Red Flag Warning today for gusty winds and low humidity. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/28/2020 0800

CA-KNF Slater: 154,102 acres, timber, 38% contained. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Multiple Levels of Evacuations remain in effect for Oregon. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk Tribe Ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument, multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitats. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. There is a Red Flag Warning today for gusty winds and low humidity in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Northern Rockies Team 2 is in Unified Command in Oregon with Oregon State Fire Marshal.

09/27/2020 1948

CA-LNU Glass: 1,800 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. Extreme fire behavior with wind driven runs and short-range spotting. Evacuation orders in place and additional evacuations in progress. Threats exist to structures, endangered species, and critical infrastructure including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, CAL FIRE, and medical facilities. North Bay Type III IMT assigned. CAL FIRE Type IMT 3 (See) on order, transition tomorrow TBA.

09/27/2020 1947

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 111,012 acres, brush and timber, 31% contained. Active fire behavior with short crown runs, uphill runs, and short-range spotting. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, and historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

09/27/2020 1947

CA-MNF August Complex: 873,120 acres, grass, brush and timber, 45% contained. Extreme fire behavior with crowning, running, and long-range spotting. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity in effect. Threats to communities, privates and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines gas lines, hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure. There are threats to numerous and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Highway 36 and multiple County Roads closed. Area and trail closures in effect. Atlanta-NIMO Team (Quesinberry) in command and Type 2 Team (Coots) assigned to August South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/27/2020 1944

CA-SHU Zogg: 7,000 acres, grass and brush, 0% contained. Evacuation Orders in place with additional evacuations in progress. Extreme fire behavior with wind driven runs and long-range spotting. Threats to structures, major power transmission lines, and the communities of Igo, Happy Valley, and Platina. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) will transition tomorrow at 0900.

09/27/2020 1748

CA-SHU Zogg: 1,000 acres, timber, 0% contained. Evacuation Orders in effect and progress. There are threats to structures and the communities of Igo and Happy Valley. Fire is well established with multiple spot fires.

09/27/2020 1605 CA-SHU Zogg: 300 acres, timber, 0% contained. Fire is located on Zogg Mine Rd. and Jenny Bird Ln, 3 miles north of igo. Fire is burning at a rapid rate of spread and weather is 85 degrees, 14 % RH, wind is NNW at 17 mph with gusts to 33 mph. Structures are threatened, and evacuations are in progress. Fire is well established with multiple spot fires. Map
09/27/2020 1447

The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warnings for portions of Northern California. Timing and locations vary. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

09/27/2020 1315

CA-LNU Glass: 1,200 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. Evacuation Orders in place and additional evacuations in progress. There are threats to structures, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena Hospital and Pacific Union College. North Bay Type III IMT on order.

09/27/2020 1039

CA-LNU Glass: 800 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. Rapid rate of spread. 79 degrees, 29% RH, wind NNW at 5 mph, with gusts up to 16 mph. Evacuation Orders in place and additional evacuations in progress. Saint Helena Hospital is being evacuated. There are threats to structures and Bell Canyon Reservoir. Significant augmentation of resources. North Bay Type III IMT on order.

09/27/2020 1038

CA-SRF Red Salmon: 111,063 acres, brush and timber, 31% contained. Active fire behavior overnight. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon. There is a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity in effect. Threat to Federal and Tribal timberlands, and historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

09/27/2020 1037

CA-KNF Devil: 8,410 acres, timber, 18% contained. Reduced fire behavior with higher humidity. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar, in steep and rugged terrain. There is a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity in effect. Road, area, and trail closures in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/27/2020 1035

CA-KNF Slater: 154,102 acres, timber, 32% contained. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Multiple Levels of Evacuations remain in effect for Oregon. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk Tribe Ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument, multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitats. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. There is a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Northern Rockies Team 2 is in Unified Command in Oregon with Oregon State Fire Marshal.

09/26/2020 1820 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
09/26/2020 1820

CA-PNF North Complex: 304,881 acres grass, brush and timber 78% contained. Active fire behavior in interior pockets of fuel continue to cause spotting issues and a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity issued for the fire area. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain and repopulation ongoing where safely possible. Structures are threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple Fire stations, to private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species. Two Native American Casino’s, and the Union Pacific railroad. Multiple bridges destroyed and damaged road infrastructure and area, road and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black (Hagan) in command of North and South Zone. CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell) managing West Zone, in unified command with Butte County Sheriff.

09/26/2020 1820

CA-MNF August Complex: 870,200 acres grass, brush and timber, 43% contained. South Zone: 487,621 70% contained, North Zone: 277,743, 34% contained, West Zone: 104,836 acres, 65% contained. Firing operation started near Hwy 36 and Rattlesnake Ridge. A Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity in effect. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and threat remains for multiple communities. Hwy 36 and multiple County roads are closed with additional area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Atlanta-NIMO Team (Quesinberry) in command and Type 2 Team (Coots) assigned to August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/26/2020 1820

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 153,850 acres timber, 32% contained. Moderate Fire behavior today and a Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders remaining for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek and multiple levels of evacuations remain in effect for Oregon. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged and communication infrastructure for Gasquet is threatened. Threats to Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Norther Rockies Team 2 is in Unified Command in Oregon with Oregon State Fire Marshal.

09/26/2020 1820

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 110,113 acres brush and timber 31% contained. Active fire behavior today and a Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity in effect. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands and to historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

09/26/2020 1820

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,406 acres timber, 18% contained. Reduced fire behavior with higher humidity and a Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity. Road, area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar in steep rugged terrain. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/26/2020 1820

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,188 acres brush, timber, 89% contained. A Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low RH. Crews continue to strengthen control lines. Threat to community of Callahan. Threats to Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications site and to commercial timberlands remain. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/26/2020 1700

The National Weather Service- has expanded the Red Flag Warning to include the NW and NE portions of the North Ops area for strong gusty winds and low humidity. Timeframes vary by area. Please see the following link for area-specific detailsLink

09/26/2020 0725 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight. Snags and steep terrain in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
09/26/2020 0725

CA-PNF North Complex: 304,881 acres grass, brush and timber 78% contained. Active fire behavior in interior pockets of fuel continue to cause spotting issues. A Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain and repopulation ongoing where safely possible. Structures threatened with a threat to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites. Threats to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, two Native American Casino’s, and the Union Pacific railroad. Multiple bridges destroyed and damaged road infrastructure and area, road and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black in command of North and South Zone. CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell) managing West Zone, in unified command with Butte County Sheriff.

09/26/2020 0725

CA-MNF August Complex: 870,200 acres grass, brush and timber, 43% contained. South Zone: 487,621 70% contained, North Zone: 277,743, 34% contained, West Zone: 104,836 acres, 60% contained. Firing operations started near Hwy 36 and Rattlesnake Ridge. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and threat remains for multiple communities. Hwy 36 and multiple County roads are closed with area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites and to critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Atlanta-NIMO Team (Quesinberry) and Type 2 Team (Coots) in command of August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/26/2020 0725

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 153,850 acres timber, 27% contained. NIROPS UTF due to weather. A Fire Weather Watch issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek with multiple Levels of Evacuations remain in effect for Oregon. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged with communication infrastructure for Gasquet threatened. Threats to Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Norther Rockies Team 2 is in Unified Command in Oregon with Oregon State Fire Marshal.

09/26/2020 0725

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 110,113 acres brush and timber 31% contained. NIROPS UTF due to weather. Higher RH reduced overnight fire behavior. A Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, and to historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

09/26/2020 0725

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,406 acres timber, 18% contained. NIROPS UTF due to weather. Reduced fire behavior with higher humidity and a Fire Weather Watch has been issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity. Road, area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar in steep rugged terrain. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/26/2020 0725

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,188 acres brush, timber, 83% contained. A Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low RH. Crews continue to strengthen control lines. Threat to community of Callahan. Threats to Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications site and to commercial timberlands remain. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/25/2020 1855 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior. Snags in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow progress. Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
09/25/2020 1855

CA-PNF North Complex: 304,619 acres grass, brush and timber 78% contained. Active interior fire behavior continues to cause spotting. A Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain, and repopulation is ongoing where safely possible. Structures threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and to the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area are closed and multiple bridges have been destroyed and damaged to road infrastructure. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black in command of North and South Zone. CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell) managing West Zone, in unified command with Butte County Sheriff.

09/25/2020 1855

CA-MNF August Complex: 867,335 acres grass, brush and timber, 43% contained. South Zone: 487,584 70% contained, North Zone: 275,521, 35% contained, West Zone: 104,230 acres, 55% contained. Active fire behavior with running and torching. West-Zone and burn operations planned along Hwy 36 which will close the Hwy. Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and a threat remains for multiple communities. Area and trail closures in effect with multiple roads closed in the area with Hwy 36 and multiple County roads closed. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Atlanta-NIMO Team (Quesinberry) and Type 2 Team (Coots) in command of August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/25/2020 1855

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 153,850 acres timber, 27% contained. Reduced fire behavior with higher RH. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek with multiple Levels of evacuations remain in effect for Oregon. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged and communication infrastructure for Gasquet threatened. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Norther Rockies Team 2 is in Unified Command in Oregon with Oregon State Fire Marshal.

09/25/2020 1855

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 110,113 acres brush and timber 31% contained. Fire activity increasing as fuels continue to dry. Evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, Historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail and area closures in effect. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command.

09/25/2020 1855

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,406 acres timber, 18% contained. Reduced fire behavior with higher RH recoveries observed overnight. Road, area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar and in steep rugged terrain. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/25/2020 1855

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,188 acres brush, timber, 83% contained. Crews continue to strengthen control lines, Threats to Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications site, and to Commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/25/2020 1620

The National Weather Service-has issued a Fire Weather Watch for portion of the Northwest corner of Northern California. The Fire Weather Watch was issued for gusty winds and low humidity in effect from late Sunday night through Monday evening. Please see the link for area-specific details. Link

09/25/2020 1210

The National Weather Service-has issued a Red Flag Warning for a large portion of the North Ops area for gusty northerly winds and low humidity starting 9 pm Saturday through 8am Monday. Please continue to check the National Weather Service website for updates to this Warning. Please see link for area specific details Link

09/26/2020 0730 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight. Snags in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow crew progress. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low RH starting Saturday morning through Monday morning. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect.
09/25/2020 0730

CA-PNF North Complex: 304,492 acres grass, brush and timber 78% contained. Minimal overnight fire behavior. Fire Weather Watch issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low rh starting Saturday morning through Monday morning. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain, and repopulation is ongoing where safely possible. Structures threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and to the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area are closed and multiple bridges have been destroyed and damaged to road infrastructure. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black in command of North and South Zone. CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell) managing West Zone, in unified command with Butte County Sheriff.

09/25/2020 0730

CA-MNF August Complex: 867,335 acres grass, brush and timber, 40% contained. South Zone: 487,584 70% contained, North Zone: 275,521, 35% contained, West Zone: 104,230 acres, 50% contained. Minimal overnight fire behavior on the West-Zone and Burn operations are planned along Hwy 36 which will close the Hwy. Fire Weather Watch issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low rh starting Saturday morning through Monday morning. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and a threat remains for multiple communities. Area and trail closures are in effect and multiple roads are closed in the area with a threat to Hwy 36. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. Type 2 Team (Coots) and Atlanta-NIMO Team assigned, transition to command of August South Zone TBD. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone, CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. ncident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/25/2020 0730

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 153,850 acres timber, 25% contained. Reduced fire behavior with higher RH recoveries observed overnight. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek and multiple Levels of evacuations remain in effect for Oregon. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged and communication infrastructure for Gasquet is threatened. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Norther Rockies Team 2 is in Unified Command in Oregon with Oregon State Fire Marshal.

09/25/2020 0730

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 109,939 acres brush and timber 31% contained. Minimal overnight fire behavior. Evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, Historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) assigned, tentative transition to command today at 1800.

09/25/2020 0730

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,406 acres timber, 18% contained. Reduced fire behavior with higher RH recoveries observed overnight. Road, area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar and in steep rugged terrain. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/25/2020 0730

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,188 acres brush, timber, 73% contained. Crews continue to strengthen control lines. Evacuation Warnings remain in place with a threat to the community of Callahan and nearby structures. Threats to Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications site, and to commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/24/2020 1930 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today, and a Fire Weather Watch was issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low RH starting Saturday morning through Monday morning. Snags in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow crew progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. Local Unit Type 3 team in command.
09/24/2020 1930

CA-PNF North Complex: 304,492 acres grass, brush and timber 78% contained. Active fire behavior today with a Fire Weather Watch issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low rh starting Saturday morning through Monday morning. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place and repopulation ongoing where safely possible. Structures threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area closed and multiple bridges destroyed and damaged road infrastructure. Area, road and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada assigned. RM Type 2, Team Black in command. CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell) managing West Zone.

09/24/2020 1930

CA-MNF August Complex: 862,733 acres grass, brush and timber, 40% contained. South Zone: 487,532, 50% contained, North Zone: 271,421, 35% contained, West Zone: 103,780 acres, 45% contained. Moderated fire behavior with single tree torching and short uphill runs today. Light showers occurred over the western edge of the complex this morning. Preparation continues along Hwy 36 for burn operations. A Fire Weather Watch issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low rh starting Saturday morning through Monday morning. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and threat remains for multiple communities. Area and trail closures in effect with multiple roads closed in the area with a threat to Hwy 36. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army assigned, 9/24 is last working day. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone, Type 2 Team (Coots) and Atlanta-NIMO Team assigned, in brief 9/24 and transition to command of August South Zone is TBD. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. This Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/24/2020 1930

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 152,232 acres timber, 25% contained. Moderate fire behavior with backing and isolated torching today. Fire area received between .20 and .70 inches of rain overnight. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. There are multiple levels of evacuations remaining in effect for Oregon. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged and communication infrastructure for Gasquet is threatened. Threats to Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife, and fisheries habitat. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Norther Rockies Team 2 is in Unified Command in Oregon with Oregon State Fire Marshal.

09/24/2020 1930

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 108,244 acres brush and timber 31% contained. Fire activity increased later in the day as fuels dried out. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) assigned, in-brief 9/24.

09/24/2020 1930

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,562 acres timber, 18% contained. Rain on 9/23 has slowed fire activity. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar in steep rugged terrain. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/24/2020 1930

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,188 acres brush, timber, 73% contained. Fire activity remains minimal with a chance of rain overnight and crews continue to strengthen control lines. Evacuation Warnings remain with a threat to the community of Callahan and nearby structures. Threats to Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications sites, and to commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/24/2020 0710 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight. Fire Weather Watch issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low rh starting Saturday morning through Monday morning. Snags in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow crew progress. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. SW Type 2, Team 4 (Schwope) in command. Transition to Type 3 org at 0700 today.
09/24/2020 0710

CA-PNF North Complex: 304,492 acres grass, brush and timber 78% contained. Active fire behavior overnight and a Fire Weather Watch has been issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low rh starting Saturday morning through Monday morning. Evacuation orders and warnings remain and repopulation ongoing where safely possible. Structures threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, Multiple Fire stations, to private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, Historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area closed with multiple bridges destroyed and damaged road infrastructure. Area, road and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada assigned. Unified Command: RM Type 2, Team Black in command and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/24/2020 0710

CA-MNF August Complex: 862,733 acres grass, brush and timber, 38% contained. South Zone: 487,532, 50% contained, North Zone: 271,421, 35% contained, West Zone: 103,780 acres, 45% contained. Moderated fire behavior with increased RH overnight. Preparation continues along Hwy 36 for burn operations. Fire Weather Watch issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low rh starting Saturday morning through Monday morning. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and threat remains for multiple communities. Area and trail closures in effect with multiple roads closed in the area with a threat to Hwy 36. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and to critical wildlife habitat. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army assigned, 9/24 is last working day. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety /. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone, Type 2 Team (Coots) and Atlanta-NIMO Team assigned, in brief 9/24 and transition to command of August South Zone is TBD. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone, CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/24/2020 0710

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 152,232 acres timber, 24% contained. Minimal overnight fire activity with light to moderate precipitation over the fire area. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Multiple Levels of Evacuations remain in effect for Oregon and power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. Communication infrastructure for Gasquet is threatened. Threats to Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Northern Rockies Team 2 is in Unified Command in Oregon with Oregon State Fire Marshal.

09/24/2020 0710

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 108,165 acres brush and timber 27% contained. Minimal overnight fire activity with light precipitation only over the western side of the fire. Evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, and to historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) assigned, in-brief 9/24.

09/24/2020 0710

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,173 acres timber, 18% contained. Minimal overnight fire activity with light precipitation over the fire area. Road, area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar in steep rugged terrain. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/24/2020 0710

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,188 acres brush, timber, 61% contained. Fire activity remains minimal and within containment lines. Crews continue to strengthen control lines. Evacuation Warnings remain with threats to the community of Callahan and nearby structures. Threats to Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications sites, and to commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/23/2020 1830

CA-ENF Fork: 1,667 acres, brush and timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior. There is a Fire Weather Watch issued for the fire area, gusty winds and low rh, starting Saturday (9/26) morning through Monday (9/28) morning. Snags in the Rubicon drainage continues to slow crew progress. Road, area, and trail closures remain in effect. SW Type 2, Team 4 (Schwope) is in command. Tentative transfer of command to Type 3 org on 9/24 at 0700.

09/23/2020 1830

CA-PNF North Complex: 301,752 acres, grass, brush and timber, 78% contained. Active fire behavior, running and spotting. Burn Operations conducted on the South and North Side. There is a Fire Weather Watch issued for the fire area for gusty winds nad low rh starting Saturday (9/26) morning through Monday (9/28) morning. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain. Repopulation ongoing where safely possible. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon, multiple repeater sites, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, commercial mining sites. Threats to historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, 2 Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area are closed. Multiple bridges have been destroyed and there is damaged road infrastructure. Area, road, and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec, Canada are assigned. Unified command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell). RM Type 2, Team Black assigned, tentative plan to assume command on 9/24 at 0600.

09/23/2020 1830

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 106,379 acres, brush and timber, 27% contained. Fire continues to actively burn in the northeast and southwest sections of the fire. The Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites. There are road, trail, and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) assigned, in-brief 9/24.

09/23/2020 1830

CA-MNF August Complex: 860,118 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 38% contained. Active fire behavior. Prep has begun along Highway 36 for burn operations. There is a Fire Weather Watch issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low rh starting Saturday (9/26) morning through Monday (9/28) morning. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. There are threats for multiple communities, to private and federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, historic and cultural sites, critical wildlife habitats, and Highway 36. Road, area, and trail closures are in effect. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. Type 2, Team (Coots) and Atlanta NIMO Team assigned, in brief 9/24 and transition to command of August South Zone is TBD. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/23/2020 1830

CA-KNF Fox: 2,188 acres, brush and timber, 61% contained. Minimal fire activity. There are threats to the community of Callahan and nearby structures, Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications sites, and to commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/23/2020 0700

CA-KNF Fox: 2,188 acres, brush and timber, 43% contained. There was minimal fire activity overnight. Evacuation warnings remain. Threats to the community of Callahan and commercial timberlands remain. Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communication sites are threatened. Road and trail closers remain in effect.

09/23/2020 0700

CA-KNF Slater: 150,956 acres, timber, 24% contained. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Multiple Levels of Evacuations remain in effect for Oregon. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, and Karuk tribe ancestral lands and culture sites. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. Oregon Caves National monument and multiple historic sites are threatened, along with critical wildlife and fisheries habitats. Repopulation continues with no new Evacuation Orders or Warnings issued. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Northern Rockies Team 2 is in Unified Command in Oregon with Oregon State Fire Marshal.

09/23/2020 0700

CA-ENF Fork: 1,667 acres, brush and timber, 70% contained. There was minimal fire behavior overnight. There is a Fire Weather Watch issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low rh starting Saturday (9/26) through Monday morning (9/28). The snags in the Rubicon that continue to slow crew progress. There are threats to structures, power and water facilities, recreational sites, historic sites, critical wildlife habitat, and private timberlands. Road, area, and trail closures remain in effect. SW Type 2, Team 4 (Schwope) is in command. There is a tentative transfer of command to Type 3 org on 9/24.

09/23/2020 0700

CA-MNF August Complex: 859,966 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 38% contained. There was active fire behavior overnight. A Fire Weather Watch issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low rh starting Saturday (9/26) through Monday (9/28) morning. Crew will continue to work the large spot fire to the NW near Ruth and Trinity Pines. Burn operation will continue near Lake Pillsbury. The Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. There are threats for multiple communities. There are threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Road, area, and trail closures still in effect. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to fire fighter safety.14th Brigade Engineer Battalion or the US Army is assigned. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of the August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone.

09/23/2020 0700

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 106,292 acres, brush and timber, 29% contained. Moderate overnight fire activity. Evacuation Warnings remain for Forks of the Salmon. There are threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands and to historic and culturally significant site. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/22/2020 1830

CA-MNF August Complex: 851,061 acres grass, brush and timber, 38% contained. Large decrease in acreage is due to more accurate mapping. South Zone: 486,002, 50% contained, North Zone: 262,290, 29% contained, West Zone: 102,769 acres, 40% contained. Active fire behavior moderating after midnight. Crews continue to work the large spot fire to the NW near Ruth and Trinity Pines and burn operation continued near Lake Pillsbury. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and threat remains for multiple communities. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife habitat. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army is assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/22/2020 1830

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 104,667 acres brush and timber 29% contained. Minimal fire activity through the night. Evacuation warnings for Fork of the Salmon. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, and to historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/22/2020 1820

CA-PNF North Complex: 300,204 acres grass, brush and timber 75% contained. Active fire behavior reported overnight. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in place with repopulation ongoing where safely possible. Threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, to multiple Fire stations, to private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area are closed and multiple bridges destroyed and damaged road infrastructure. Area, road and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell), RM Type 2, Team Black assigned, in-brief 9/22, tentative plan to assume command from Team 4 (Kurth) on 9/24.

09/22/2020 1815 CA-KNF Slater Fire: 150,230 acres timber, 24% contained. Structures remain threatened and repopulation continues with no new evacuation orders or warnings issued. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek with multiple levels of evacuations remain in effect for Oregon. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. Threats to communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. The Northern Rockies Team is in Unified Command in Oregon State with the Oregon State Fire Marshal.
09/22/2020 1800

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 7,784 acres timber, 18% contained. Primary fire growth continues to the Northeast. Road, area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar in steep rugged terrain. NR Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command.

09/22/2020 1800

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,188 acres brush, timber, 43% contained. Moderate fire activity reported today. Crews working to strengthen and tie in remaining lines. Threat to the community of Callahan and evacuation warnings remain. Threats to Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications sites, and to commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/22/2020 1545

The National Weather Service- has issued a Fire Weather Watch for a large portion of the North Ops area for gusty north winds and low humidity starting Saturday morning through Monday morning. Please continue to check the National Weather Service website as the Fire Weather Watch area may expand.Link

09/22/2020 0715 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight. Snags in the Rubicon drainage continue to slow crew progress. Structures remain threatened. Threats to power and water facilities and recreational sites, historic sites, critical wildlife habitat, and to private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. SW Type 2, Team 4 (Schwope) in command.
09/22/2020 0715

CA-PNF North Complex: 299,723 acres grass, brush and timber 74% contained. Active fire behavior reported overnight. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in place with repopulation ongoing where safely possible. Threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, to multiple Fire stations, to private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area are closed and multiple bridges destroyed and damaged road infrastructure. Area, road and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell), RM Type 2, Team Black assigned, in-brief 9/22, tentative plan to assume command from Team 4 (Kurth) on 9/24.

09/22/2020 0715

CA-MNF August Complex: 878,368 acres grass, brush and timber, 39% contained. South Zone: 487,551, 40% contained, North Zone: 295,649, 29% contained, West Zone: 95,168 acres, 35% contained. Active fire behavior moderating after midnight. Crews continue to work the large spot fire to the NW near Ruth and Trinity Pines and burn operation continued near Lake Pillsbury. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and threat remains for multiple communities. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife habitat. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army is assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/22/2020 0715

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 150,230 acres timber, 24% contained. Structures remain threatened and repopulation continues with no new evacuation orders or warnings issued. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek with multiple levels of evacuations remain in effect for Oregon. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. Threats to communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command of Slater-North Zone, North Zone in Unified Command with Oregon State Fire Marshal. CA Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command of Slater-South Zone. Tentative transfer of command of Slater-South Zone to NR Team 2 planned for 9/22 at 1800. CA Team 10 is providing command and general staff support to nearby Fox Fire.

09/22/2020 0715

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 104,667 acres brush and timber 28% contained. Minimal fire activity through the night. Evacuation warnings for Fork of the Salmon. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, and to historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/22/2020 0715

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 7,784 acres timber, 18% contained. Primary fire growth continues to the Northeast. Road, area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar in steep rugged terrain. NR Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command of Devil-North Zone. CA Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command of Devil-South Zone and will transition out of command on 9/22 at 1800.

09/22/2020 0715

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,029 acres brush, timber, 43% contained. Minimal fire activity reported overnight. Crews work to strengthen and tie in remaining lines. Threat to the community of Callahan and evacuation warnings remain in place. Threats to Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications site, and to commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures in effect. CA Team 10 will provide command and general staff support until 1800 on 9/22.

09/21/2020 1850 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 70% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight. Fire within the Rubicon Drainage continues to slow progress. Structures remain threatened. Threats to power, water facilities, recreational sites, historic sites, critical wildlife habitat, and private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/21/2020 1845

CA-PNF North Complex: 298,191 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 74% contained. Active fire behavior observed today. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Repopulation is ongoing where it is safely possible. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon, and multiple repeater sites, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, Historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific Railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area are closed. Area, road, and trail closures are in effect. Crews from Quebec, Canada assigned. Rocky Mountain Type 2, Team Black is assigned with scheduled in-brief on 9/22 and will tentativly assume command on 9/24. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/21/2020 1835

CA-MNF August Complex: 846,898 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 38% contained. Active fire behavior observed today. Crews continue to work a large spot fire near Ruth and Trinity Pines. Crews are working to protect structures in and around the communities of Lake Pillsbury, Ruth and Trinity Pines. Burn operations are ongoing in the Lake Pillsbury area. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal Timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communication infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Road, area, and trail closures are in effect. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army assigned. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. AK Type 1 Team (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. The incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/21/2020 1820

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 148,677 acres, timber, 22% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today. Evacuation Orders remain in place for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek areas. Multiple levels of Evacuatons remain in effect for Oregon. Repopulation is occuring in areas where it is safe to do so. There are threats to structures, powerline infrastructure, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitats. Powerline infrastructure is damaged. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 in command of Slater North-Zone, which is in Unified Command with Oregon State Fire Marshal. CA Type 1, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command of Slater-South Zone. There is a tentative transfer of command of Slater-South Zone to NR Team 2 planned for 9/22 at 1800 hrs. CA Team 10 is providing command and general staff support to nearby Fox Fire.

09/21/2020 1815

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 104,667 acres, brush and timber, 28% contained. Active fire behavior observed today. Evacuations Warnings for Fork of the Salmon. There are threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands and to historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/21/2020 1800

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 7,458 acres, timber, 18% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today with isolated torching and backing. Fire is slowly moving north-northeast. Evacuation Advisory has been lifted for the Seiad Valley and Highway 96 corridor. There are threats to structures. Road, area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in steep and rugged terrain. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 in command of North Zone. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command of South Zone.

09/21/2020 1750

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,029 acres, brush and timber, 31% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today. Crews are making good progress on the right flank of the fire. There are threats to structures within the communities of Callahan and Scott Valley. Threats also incude, Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communicates sites and commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures are in effect. CA Team 10 is providing command and general staff support. Local Type 3 IMT in command.

09/21/2020 0815

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,092 acres, brush and timber, 31% contained. Moderate fire behavior with primary spread to the west and north. Evacuation Orders and Warnings are in place. There are threats to structures within the communities of Callahan and Scott Valley. Threats also incude, Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communicates sites and commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures are in effect. CA Team 10 is providing command and general staff support. Local Type 3 IMT in command.

09/21/2020 0810

CA-MNF August Complex: 846,832 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 34% contained. Active fire behavior observed overnight. Crews work to protect structures in and around the communities of Lake Pillsbury, Ruth and Trinity Pines. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal Timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communication infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Road, area, and trail closures are in effect. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army assigned. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. AK Type 1 Team (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. The incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/21/2020 0805

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 148,677 acres, timber, 22% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed overnight. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek in California. There are multiple levels of evacuations in effect for Oregon. There are threats to structures, powerline infrastructure, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitats. Powerline infrastructure is damaged. Repopulation continues in Happy Camp, and to where it is safely possible. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 in command of Slater North-Zone, which is in Unified Command with Oregon State Fire Marshal. CA Type 1, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command of Slater-South Zone. There is a tentative transfer of command of Slater-South Zone to NR Team 2 planned for 9/22 at 1800 hrs. CA Team 10 is providing command and general staff support to nearby Fox Fire.

09/21/2020 0800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 104,587 acres, brush and timber, 20% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight. Firing operations in the Tish Tang Drainage and the NW side of the fire near Fork of the Salmon continue to be successful and hold within containment lines. Evacuations Warnings for Fork of the Salmon. There are threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands and to historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/21/2020 0755

CA-PNF North Complex: 294,301 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 64% contained. Active fire behavior observed today. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Repopulation is ongoing where it is safely possible. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon, and multiple repeater sites, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, Historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific Railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area are closed. Area, road, and trail closures are in effect. Crews from Quebec, Canada assigned. Rocky Mountain Type 2, Team Black is assigned with scheduled in-brief on 9/22. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/21/2020 0750 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,667 acres brush, timber, 63% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight. Fire within the Rubicon Drainage poses challenges with steep rugged terrain and and numerous snags. Structures remain threatened. Threats to power, water facilities, recreational sites, historic sites, critical wildlife habitat, and private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/20/2020 1840 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,666 acres brush, timber, 63% contained. Fire within the Rubicon Drainage poses challenges with steep rugged terrain and and numerous snags. Fire behavior remained minimal today. Structures remain threatened. Threats to power, water facilities, recreational sites, historic sites, critical wildlife habitat, and private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/20/2020 1815

CA-PNF North Complex: 293,843 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 64% contained. Active fire behavior observed today. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Repopulation is ongoing where it is safely possible. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon, and multiple repeater sites, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, Historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific Railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area are closed. Area, road, and trail closures are in effect. Crews from Quebec, Canada assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/20/2020 1812

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 103,348 acres, brush and timber, 20% contained. Active fire behavior observed today. Firing operations and line prep continues. Evacuations Warnings for Fork of the Salmon. There are threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands and to historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/20/2020 1810

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 148,583 acres, timber, 18% contained. moderate fire behavior with torching and short range spotting observed today. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek in California. There are multiple levels of evacuations in effect for Oregon. There are threats to structures, powerline infrastructure, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitats. Powerline infrastructure is damaged. Repopulation continues in Happy Camp, and to where it is safely possible. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 in command of Slater North-Zone, which is in Unified Command with Oregon State Fire Marshal. CA Type 1, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command of Slater-South Zone. There is a tentative transfer of command of Slater-South Zone to NR Team 2 planned for 9/22. CA Team 10 is providing command and general staff support to nearby Fox Fire.

09/20/2020 1805

CA-MNF August Complex: 837,241 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 34% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal Timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communication infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Road, area, and trail closures are in effect. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army assigned. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. AK Type 1 Team (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. The incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/20/2020 1800

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 7,458 acres, timber, 18% contained. Fire spread primarily continues to the north, northwest and west. Evacuation Advisory has been lifted for the Seiad Valley and Highway 96 corridor. There are threats to structures. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Highway 96 is open. The fire is burning in steep and rugged terrain. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 in command of North Zone. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command of South Zone.

09/20/2020 1655

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 1,937 acres, brush and timber, 22% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today with flanking and backing. Evacuation Orders and Warnings are in place. There are threats to structures, the communities of Callahan and Scott Valley, Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communicates sites, and commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures are in effect. CA Team 10 is providing command and general staff support.

09/20/2020 0800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 103,276 acres, brush and timber, 20% contained. Firing operations and line prep continued. Evacuations Warnings for Fork of the Salmon. There are threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands and to historic and culturally significant sites. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/20/2020 0800

CA-MNF August Complex: 836,871 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 34% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal Timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communication infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. Road, area, and trail closures are in effect. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army assigned. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. AK Type 1 Team (McDonald) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. The incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/20/2020 0800

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 148,583 acres, timber, 18% contained. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek in California. There are multiple levels of evacuations in effect for Oregon. There are threats to structures, powerline infrastructure, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitats. Powerline infrastructure is damaged. Repopulation continues in Happy Camp, and to where it is safely possible. Highway 96 is open to controlled traffic, and Highway 199 reopened to traffic today. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 in command of Slater North-Zone, which is in Unified Command with Oregon State Fire Marshal. CA Type 1, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command of Slater-South Zone. There is a tentative transfer of command of Slater-South Zone to NR Team 2 planned for 9/22. CA Team 10 is providing command and general staff support to nearby Fox Fire.

09/20/2020 0800

CA-PNF North Complex: 291,200 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 62% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Repopulation is ongoing where it is safely possible. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon, and multiple repeater sites, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, Historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific Railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area are closed. Area, road, and trail closures are in effect. Crews from Quebec, Canada assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/20/2020 0800

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 1,937 acres, brush and timber, 22% contained. Minimal overnight fire behavior. Evacuation Orders and Warnings are issued. There are threats to structures, the communities of Callahan and Scott Valley, Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communicates sites, and commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures are in effect. CA Team 10 is providing command and general staff support.

09/20/2020 0800

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 7,458 acres, timber, 18% contained. Fire spread primarily continues to the north and west, minimal fire activity to the south towards Seiad Valley. Evacuation Advisory for Seiad Valley and Highway 96 corridor. There are threats to structures. Road, area, and trail closures in effect. Highway 96 is open with traffic control. The fire is burning in steep and rugged terrain. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 in command of North Zone. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command of South Zone.

09/19/2020 1850 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,752 acres brush, timber, 61% contained. Minimal fire behavior today. Structures remain threatened. Threats to power and water facilities and recreational sites, historic sites, critical wildlife habitat, and private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/19/2020 1845

CA-SKU Shackleford Fire: 50 acres, timber, 90% contained. Last report unless significant activity occurs

09/19/2020 1840

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 102,426 acres brush and timber 20% contained. Dryer conditions have increased fire behavior on the NE and SW portions of the incident. Evacuation warnings in place for Fork of the Salmon. Historic and culturally significant sites threatened. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/19/2020 1830

CA-MNF August Complex: 833,967 acres grass, brush and timber, 34% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and a threat remains for multiple communities. Road, area and trail closures in are effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants, communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites as well as critical wildlife habitat. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army are assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Acres and containment by zones: South Zone: 485,531, 40% contained, North Zone: 258,554, 21% contained, West Zone: 89,882 acres, 10% contained. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. AK Type 1 Team (McDonald) in command August-North Zone, CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. This Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/19/2020 1820

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 146,698 acres timber, 18% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with short range spotting. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders and warnings in effect. Repopulation is occurring in areas where safe to do so. Hwy 199 was reopened today, Hwy 96 is open to controlled traffic. Threats to communication infrastructure for the community of Gasquet, power infastructure, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. CA Team 10 is providing organizational management assistance to the nearby Fox Fire. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 and The Oregon State Fire Marshal are in unified command of the North Zone. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command of South Zone.

09/19/2020 1810

CA-PNF North Complex: 289,981 acres grass, brush and timber 62% contained. Active fire behavior reported today with running and spotting. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect with a continued structures threat. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, The Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area closed and area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/19/2020 1805

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 1,850 acres brush, timber, 17% contained. Structures including the communities of Callahan and Scott Valley are threatened with evacuation orders and warnings issued. Threats to Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications site, and to commercial timberlands remain. Road and trail closures in effect. California IMT 10 is providing command and general staff support.

09/19/2020 1755

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 7,144 acres timber, 18% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today with short range spotting and isolated torching. Structures threatened with an evacuation advisory for Seiad Valley and Hwy 96 corridor. Highway 96 open with traffic control and other road, area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar in steep rugged terrain. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 in command of North Zone. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command of South Zone.

09/19/2020 1740 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 99% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed. Last report unlesss significant activity occurs.
09/19/2020 0805

CA-PNF North Complex: 289,951 acres grass, brush and timber 58% contained. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect with a continued structures threat. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area closed and area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/19/2020 0800

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 146,698 acres timber, 18% contained. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders and warnings in effect. Multiple levels of evacuations are in effect for Oregon and repopulation is occurring in areas where safe to do so. Hwy 96 is open to controlled traffic, but Hwy 199 remains closed. Power infrastructure is threatened with damage reported. Threats to communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. CA Team 10 is providing organizational management assistance to the nearby Fox Fire. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 in command of North Zone. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command of South Zone.

09/19/2020 0755

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 101,895 acres brush and timber 19% contained. Recent precipitation has reduced fire behavior. Evacuation warnings for Fork of the Salmon. Historic and culturally significant sites threatened. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/19/2020 0745

CA-MNF August Complex: 832,891 acres grass, brush and timber, 31% contained. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and a threat remains for multiple communities. Road, area and trail closures in are effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army are assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Acres and containment by zones: South Zone: 485,531, 40% contained, North Zone: 258,554, 21% contained, West Zone: 88,806 acres, 7% contained. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) assumed command of August-South Zone. CA Type 1, Team 5 (Young) in command of August-North Zone. AK Type 1 Team (McDonald) assigned to August-North Zone, transition to command 9/19 at 0600. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. This Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/19/2020 0745

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 1,850 acres brush, timber, 17% contained. Structures including the communities of Callahan and Scott Valley are threatened with evacuation orders and warnings issued. Threats to Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications site, and to commercial timberlands remain. Road and trail closures in effect. California IMT 10 is providing command and general staff support.

09/18/2020 1900

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 1,850 acres brush, timber, 17% contained. Moderate fire behavior today. Structures including the communities of Callahan and Scott Valley are threatened with evacuation orders and warnings issued. Threats to Mt. Bolivar lookout and associated communications site, and to commercial timberlands remain. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/18/2020 1900

CA-SKU Shackleford Fire: 50 acres, timber, 85% contained.

09/18/2020 1900

CA-MNF August Complex: 825,405 acres grass, brush and timber, 31% contained. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and a threat remains for multiple communities. Road, area and trail closures in are effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army are assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Acres and containment by zones: South Zone: 485,465, 40% contained, North Zone: 252,364, 20% contained, West Zone: 87,576 acres, 7% contained. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) assumed command of August-South Zone. CA Type 1, Team 5 (Young) in command of August-North Zone. AK Type 1 Team (McDonald) assigned to August-North Zone, transition to command 9/19 at 0600. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. This Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/18/2020 1900

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 7,144 acres timber, 7% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with trace amounts of precipitation for the fire area. Structures threatened with an evacuation advisory for Seiad Valley and Hwy 96 corridor. Highway 96 open with traffic control and other road, area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar in steep rugged terrain. This fire is expected to merge with Slater Fire. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 in command of North Zone. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command of South Zone.

09/18/2020 1900

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 146,698 acres timber, 13% contained. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders and warnings in effect. Multiple levels of evacuations are in effect for Oregon and repopulation is occurring in areas where safe to do so. Hwy 96 is open to controlled traffic, but Hwy 199 remains closed. Power infrastructure is threatened with damage reported. Threats to communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. CA Team 10 is providing organizational management assistance to the nearby Fox Fire. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 in command of North Zone. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command of South Zone.

09/18/2020 1900

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 101,587 acres brush and timber 19% contained. Light precipitation over the fire area today. Evacuation orders reduced to warnings for Fork of the Salmon. Historic and culturally significant sites threatened. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/18/2020 1900 CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 1,752 acres brush, timber, 53% contained. Moderate fire behavior today. Structures remain threatened. Threats to power and water facilities and recreational sites, historic sites, critical wildlife habitat, and private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. The fire is burning in the 2014 King fire burn scar. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/18/2020 1900

CA-PNF North Complex: 287,354 acres grass, brush and timber 54% contained. Active fire behavior today. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect with a continued structures threat. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area closed and area, road and trail closures are in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/18/2020 1900 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 98% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed.
09/18/2020 0720

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 1,850 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Moderate overnight fire behavior. Structures threatened with a threat to the communities of Callahan and Scott Valley including ranchlands. Evacuation orders and warnings issued. Threats to Mt. Bolivar lookout and communications site, and to commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/18/2020 0720

CA-SKU Shackleford Fire: 50 acres, timber, 80% contained.

09/18/2020 0720

CA-MNF August Complex: 824,118 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Crews continue work on spots fires on the NE portion of the incident and protecting structures in Lake Pillsbury to the South. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threat remains for multiple communities, to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army is assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Acres and containment by zones: South Zone: 485,465, 30% contained, North Zone: 252,364, 20% contained, West Zone: 86,289 acres, 7% contained. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) assumed command of August-South Zone. CA Type 1, Team 5 (Young) in command of August-North Zone. AK Type 1 Team (McDonald) assigned to August-North Zone, transition to command TBD. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. This Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/18/2020 0720

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 7,144 acres timber, 7% contained. Structures threatened with an evacuation advisory for Seiad Valley and Hwy 96 corridor. Highway 96 open with traffic control and road, area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar and in steep rugged terrain. The fire is expected to merge with Slater Fire. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/18/2020 0720

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 146,698 acres timber, 13% contained. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders and warnings in effect. Multiple levels of evacuations are in effect for Oregon and repopulation is occurring in areas where safe to do so. Hwy 96 is open to controlled traffic, but Hwy 199 remains closed. Power infrastructure is threatened with damage reported. Threats to communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. CA Team 10 is providing organizational management assistance to the nearby Fox Fire. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 in command of North Zone. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command of South Zone.

09/18/2020 0720

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 99,310 acres brush and timber 17% contained. Structures threatened with an evacuation order for Forks of the Salmon. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/18/2020 0720 CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 1,752 acres brush, timber, 53% contained. Increasing winds forecasted for the area will increase fire behavior. Threats to structures, power and water facilities and recreational sites, historic sites, critical wildlife habitat, and to private timberland. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. The fire is burning in the 2014 King fire burn scar. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/18/2020 0720

CA-PNF North Complex: 287,181 acres grass, brush and timber 41% contained. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect and structures remain threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area are closed with additional area, road and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Red Flag Warning for the fire area. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/18/2020 0720 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 97% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed.
09/17/2020 1900

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 1,512 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Moderate fire behavior reported today. Structures threatened. Threat to the communities of Callahan and Scott Valley including ranchlands and evacuation orders and warnings have been issued. Threats to Mt, Bolivar lookout and communications site, and to Commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/17/2020 1900

CA-SKU Shackleford Fire: 50 acres, timber, 80% contained

09/17/2020 1900

CA-MNF August Complex: 809,135 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Clear skies provided better ventilation and active burning conditions, short uphill runs and short-range spotting. Crews continue work on spots fires on the NE portion of the incident and protecting structures in Lake Pillsbury to the South. Threat remains to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. Threat remains for multiple communities and road; area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites and to critical wildlife habitat. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army is assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Acres and containment by zones: South Zone: 484,745 30% contained , North Zone: 244,310, 25% contained, West Zone: 80,080 acres, 7% contained, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) assumed command of August-South Zone. CA Type 1, Team 5 (Young) in command of August-North Zone. AK Type 1 Team (McDonald) assigned to August-North Zone, transition to command TBD. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/17/2020 1900

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 6,907 acres timber, 0% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with the primary spread to the north and west. Structures threatened and an evacuation advisory for Seiad Valley and Hwy 96 corridor. Highway 96 is open with traffic control and there are road, area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar. Fire is burning in steep rugged terrain and expected to merge with Slater Fire. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/17/2020 1900

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 143,092 acres timber, 10% contained. Moderate fire behavior, shorth crown runs and shorth range spotting observed today. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders and warnings are in effect. Multiple levels of evacuations are in effect for Oregon and repopulation is occurring in areas where safe to do so. Hwy 96 is open with traffic control and Hwy 199 remains closed. Power infrastructure is threatened with damage reported. Threats to communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. CA Team 10 is providing organizational management assistance to the nearby Fox Fire. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 in command of North Zone. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command of South Zone.

09/17/2020 1900

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 99,310 acres brush and timber 17% contained. Marine layer reduced fire activity on the west side of the fire BUT remained active on the east side. Burning operations planned to continue, weather permitting. Structures threatened and evacuation order for Forks of the Salmon is in effect. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/17/2020 1900 CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 1,752 acres brush, timber, 54% contained. Increasing winds forecasted for the area will increase fire behavior. Threat to structures, power and water facilities and recreational sites, historic sites, critical wildlife habitat, and to private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. This fire is burning in the 2014 King fire burn scar. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/17/2020 1900

CA-PNF North Complex: 284,437 662 acres grass, brush and timber 40% contained. Active running and spotting fire behavior today. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect with structures threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, multiple Fire stations, to private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area closed. Area, road and trail closures in effect. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Red Flag Warnings issued for the fire area. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/17/2020 1900 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 97% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed.
09/17/2020 0800

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 1,500 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Structures remain threatened. Threat to the communities of Callahan and Scott Valley with additional evacuation orders and warnings in effect. Threats to Mt, Bolivar lookout and communications site, and to commercial timberlands. Road and trail closures in effect.

09/17/2020 0800

CA-SKU Shackleford Fire: 50 acres, timber, 70% contained

09/17/2020 0800

CA-MNF August Complex: 812,033 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Reconciliation of acres between zones has resulted in a decrease in acreage. Threat remains to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. New mandatory evacuation orders for the area of Forest Glenn. Threats remain for multiple communities and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, to Eel river and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors, and to the Mad River municipal watershed. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Acres and containment by zones: South Zone: 484,754 30% contained, North Zone: 248,573, 25% contained, West Zone: 78,706 acres, 5% contained, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) assumed command of August-South Zone. CA Type 1, Team 5 (Young) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/17/2020 0800

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 6,907 acres timber, 0% contained. Fire growth primarily occurred to the north. Structures threatened with evacuation warnings in effect. Highway 96 open with traffic control and road, area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar. Fire is burning in steep rugged terrain and expected to merge with Slater Fire. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/17/2020 0800

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 143,092 acres timber, 10% contained. Higher humidity recoveries limited overnight fire behavior. Evacuation orders and warnings in effect. Multiple levels of evacuations are in effect for Oregon and repopulation is occurring in areas where safe to do so. Hwy 96 is open with traffic control and Hwy 199 remains closed. Structures remain threatened and power infrastructure has been damaged. Threats to Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat, and Red Butte and Siskiyou Wildernesses. Road, area and trail closures in effect. CA Team 10 is providing organizational management assistance to the Fox Fire. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 in command of North Zone. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command of South Zone.

09/17/2020 0800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 96,188 acres brush and timber 17% contained. Reduced overnight fire behavior. Structures threatened with evacuation orders for Forks of the Salmon in effect. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/17/2020 0800 CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 1,752 acres brush, timber, 34% contained. Structures remain threatened. Threats to power and water facilities and recreational sites, historic sites, and to critical wildlife habitat, private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. This fire is burning in the 2014 King fire burn scar. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/17/2020 0800

CA-PNF North Complex: 280,775 acres grass, brush and timber 36% contained. Poor overnight humidity recoveries resulted in active burning conditions overnight. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect and structures remain threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, the Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area closed with additional area, road and trail closures in effect. Red Flag Warnings issued for the fire area. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

06/16/2020 1920

The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for eastern portions of the North Ops area and northwest Nevada for  gusty winds and low humidity. Timeframes vary but generally go from 1pm Thursday to 11pm Friday. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

06/16/2020 1830

CA-SKU Shackleford Fire: 50 acres, timber, 70% contained.

06/16/2020 1830

CA-SKU SCHOOLHOUSE FIRE: 45 acres, grass and brush, 95% contained. Final Report unless a significant change occurs.

06/16/2020 1830

CA-MNF August Complex: 817,847 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Fire burned actively in both the northern and southern portions of the incident. Threat remains to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in effect for multiple areas. Threat remains for multiple communities with road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, to Eel river and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River municipal watershed. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army is assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Acres and containment by Zone: North/South Zone 760,469 acres, 30% contained. West Zone 57,378 acres, 5% contained. CA Type 1, Team 5 (Young) in command of August-North Zone. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone, CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

06/16/2020 1830 CA-KNF Fox Fire: 1,800 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Active daytime fire behavior. Structures are threatened in the area of Callahan with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in effect. Commercial timberlands are threatened, and road and trail closures are in effect.
06/16/2020 1830

CA-PNF North Complex: 273,335 acres grass, brush and timber 36% contained. Dry conditions coupled with gusty winds and topographic alignment resulted in active burning conditions today and multiple spot fires. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect and structures remain threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, Multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area closed with additional area and trail closures in effect. Red Flag Warning issued in the fire area for gusty winds and low humidity. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

06/16/2020 1830

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 141,403 acres timber, 10% contained. An inversion layer remained in place all day resulting in decreased fire behavior. Evacuation Orders and Warnings are in effect along the Hwy 96 corridor and Hwy 199 in Oregon. Repopulation is occurring in areas where safe to do so. Hwy 96 is open with traffic control and Hwy 199 remains closed. Power infrastructure has been damaged for communities along Hwy 96. Threats to Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat, Red Butte and Siskiyou Wildernesses. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 in command of the Northern Zone and California Team 10 in command of the Southern Zone.

06/16/2020 1830 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 96,188 acres brush and timber 17% contained. Fire behavior remained active today. Firing operation are planned to continue as weather remains favorable. Structures threatened and evacuation orders for Forks of the Salmon are in effect. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.
06/16/2020 1830

CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 95% contained. Repopulation continues where safely possible.

06/16/2020 1830

CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 1,752 acres brush, timber, 34% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today with flanking and backing. Threats to power and water facilities, recreational sites, historic sites, critical wildlife habitat, and to private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures in effect. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.

09/16/2020 0700 CA-MNF August Complex: 814,952 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Threat remains to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in effect for multiple areas. Threat remains for multiple communities with road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, to Eel river and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River municipal watershed. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army is assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. CA Type 1, Team 5 (Young) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.
09/16/2020 0645

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 761 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Structures are threatened with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in effect. Commercial timberlands are threatened, and road and trail closures are in effect.

09/16/2020 0630

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 6,180 acres timber, 0% contained. Structures remain threatened and an evacuation warning is in effect. Highway 96 open with traffic control and there are road, area and trail closures in effect. The fire could merge with Slater Fire and is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar. The fire is burning in steep rugged terrain. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command

09/16/2020 0630

CA-PNF North Complex: 273,335 acres grass, brush and timber 36% contained. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect and structures remain threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, Multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area closed with additional area and trail closures in effect. Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH, Monday morning through Monday evening. Hand crews from Quebec Canada assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/16/2020 0630

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 141,403 acres timber, 10% contained. Evacuation orders and warnings in effect and repopulation is occurring in areas where safe to do so. Hwy 96 is open with traffic control and Hwy. 199 remains closed. Structures remain threatened and power infrastructure has been damaged. Threats to Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat, Red Butte and Siskiyou Wildernesses. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 in command of the Northern Zone and California Team 10 in command of the Southern Zone.

09/16/2020 0630

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 95,210 acres brush and timber 17% contained. Structures threatened and evacuation orders for Forks of the Salmon are in effect. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/15/2020 1945

CA-SKU Shackleford Fire: 50 acres, timber, 60% contained.

09/15/2020 1945

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 95,137 acres brush and timber 17% contained. Active fire behavior today with uphill runs, torching and spotting. Structures threatened and evacuation orders for Forks of the Salmon are in effect. Evacuation Warnings for Denny and Mill Ranch have been lifted. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/15/2020 1945 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 93% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed.
09/15/2020 1945

CA-SKU SCHOOLHOUSE FIRE: 45 acres, grass and brush, 90% contained.

09/15/2020 1940

CA-MNF August Complex: 789,878 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Reconciliation of acres between zones has resulted in a decrease in acreage. Active fire behavior today with short crown runs, short-range spotting and running. Threat remains to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in effect for multiple areas. Threat remains for multiple communities with road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, to Eel river and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River municipal watershed. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army is assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Acres and containment by zones: North/South Zone: 754,480 30% contained, West Zone: 35,398 acres, 0% contained. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) assumed command of August-South Zone. CA Type 1, Team 5 (Young) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/15/2020 1915

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 500 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Active fire behavior with group torching, wind driven runs and short-range spotting. Structures are threatened with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in effect. Commercial timberlands are threatened and road and trail closures are in effect.

09/15/2020 1915

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 5,459 acres timber, 0% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with flanking, backing and single tree torching. Structures remain threatened and an evacuation warning is in effect. Highway 96 open with traffic control and there are road, area and trail closures in effect. The fire could merge with Slater Fire and is burning in 2012 Goff fire burn scar. The fire is burning in steep rugged terrain. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/15/2020 1915

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE:137,111 acres timber, 10% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with flanking, backing and isolated torching. Evacuation orders and warnings in effect and repopulation is occurring in areas where safe to do so. Hwy 96 is open with traffic control and Hwy. 199 remains closed. Structures remain threatened and power infrastructure has been damaged. Threats to Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat, Red Butte and Siskiyou Wildernesses. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 assigned tentative transfer of command of North Zone of fire planned for 9/16. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/15/2020 1915 CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 1,752 acres brush, timber, 24% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today with flanking and backing. Structures remain threatened with evacuation warninga for Volcanoville and Quintette. Threats to power and water facilities, recreational sites, historic sites, critical wildlife habitat, and to private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in the 2014 King fire burn scar. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/15/2020 1915

CA-PNF North Complex: 273,335 acres grass, brush and timber 34% (+2%) contained. Active fire behavior today with running spotting and isolated torching. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect and structures remain threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, Multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area closed with additional area and trail closures in effect. Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH, Monday morning through Monday evening. Hand crews from Quebec Canada assigned.Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/15/2020 1355

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 90 acres brush, timber, 2% contained, reduction in acreage due to more accurate mapping. The fire is burning in the Trinity Alps Wilderness and there are no current threats. Type 3 incident.

09/15/2020 0810

CA-KNF Fox Fire: 100 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Moderate rate of spread and the fire burned actively overnight. Current weather 74 degrees, 19% RH, wind S @ 5 mph, gusts to 33. Map

09/15/2020 0800

CA-SKU Shackleford Fire: 50 acres, timber, 50% contained.

09/15/2020 0800

CA-MNF August Complex: 803,489 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Portions of complex remained active overnight. Threat remains to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. Threats remain for multiple communities and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, to numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, to the Eel River and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River municipal watershed. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army is assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Acres and containment by zones: North/South Zone: 754480 30% contained, West Zone: 49,009 acres, 0% contained. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) assumed command of August-South Zone. CA Type 1, Team 5 (Young) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command.

09/15/2020 0800

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 4,429 acres timber, 0% contained. Structures are threatened and an evacuation order remains in effect. Highway 96 open with traffic control with other road, area and trail closures in effect. Fire could merge with Slater Fire and is burning in steep rugged terrain. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/15/2020 0800

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 131,601 acres timber, 10% contained. Evacuation Orders remain along the Hwy 96 corridor and repopulation is occurring in areas where safe to do so. Communities in Oregon under Evacuation Orders and Warnings. Hwy 96 is open with traffic control and Hwy. 199 remains closed. Structures remain threatened. Power infrastructure has been damaged for Happy Camp and other outlying rural areas. Threats to Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat, and the Red Butte and Siskiyou Wildernesses. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 assigned tentative transfer of command of North Zone of fire planned for 9/16. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/15/2020 0800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 95,137 acres brush and timber 18% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering and creeping overnight. Structures threatened with an evacuation order for Forks of the Salmon in effect. The evacuation warning for Denny and Mill Ranch has been lifted. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, to Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, to high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/15/2020 0800 CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 1,752 acres brush, timber, 7% contained. Structures remain threatened with an evacuation warning for Volcanoville and Quintette. Threats to power and water facilities and recreational sites, critical wildlife habitat, and private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 King fire burn scar. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/15/2020 0800

CA-PNF North Complex: 269,358 acres grass, brush and timber 32% contained. Moderate overnight fire behavior with backing and single tree torching. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect and structures remain threatened. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area are closed. Area and trail closures are in effect. Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH, Monday morning through Monday evening. Hand crews from Quebec Canada assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/15/2020 0800 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 91% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Road and trail closures in the area.
09/15/2020 0800

CA-SKU SCHOOLHOUSE FIRE: 45 acres, grass and brush, 90% contained.

09/14/2020 1910 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres brush and timber, 91% contained. Continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Re-population efforts continue to be complicated by closed roads, damaged utilities and compromised trees. Road and trail closures continue including portions of State Route 236.
09/14/2020 1905

CA-NEU Willow Fire: 1311 acres, grass and brush, 100% contained.

09/14/2020 1900

CA-MNF August Complex: 788,800 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Fire behavior was active today with short crown runs and spotting. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remaining in effect for multiple areas. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel River and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River municipal watershed, and to Black Rock Historic Lookout, Penny Glade and Martin Cabin. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army is assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. This incident is not being managed under Unified Command. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. CA Type 1, Team 5 (Young) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Acres and containment by zone, North/South Zone: 739,791 acres, 30% contained. West Zone: 49,009 acres, 0% contained.

09/14/2020 1855 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 1,100 acres grass, brush and timber, 100% contained.
09/14/2020 1850

CA-SKU Shackleford Fire: 50 acres timber, 40% contained. The fire is in remote location with difficult access.

09/14/2020 1845

CA-SKU Schoolhouse Fire: 45 acres, grass and brush, 90% contained.

09/14/2020 1835 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 19,609 acres, grass, brush and timber, 97% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported agian today. All threats have been mitigated. Fireline repair is ongoing with crews continuing to patrol and mop up where needed. This will be the last report unless significant activity occurs.
09/14/2020 1820 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,752 acres brush, timber, 7% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today with flanking, backing and isolated torching. Structures remain threatened with Evacuation Warnings in place for Volcanoville and Quinette. Threats to power and water facilities, recreation sites, critical wildlife habitat and private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 King Fire burn scar. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/14/2020 1815

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 91,743 acres brush and timber 18% contained. Active fire behavior observed again today. Structures threatened with Evacuation Orders and Warnings issued for The Forks of Salmon community. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/14/2020 1810

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 4,429 acres timber, 0% contained. Structures threatened with Evacuation Orders in place for the Seiad Valley. Highway 96 is open to controlled traffic. Road, area and trail closures in effect. This fire is expected to merge with Slater Fire. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/14/2020 1805

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 131,601 acres timber, 10% contained. Fire remained active today. Re-population is occuring in areas that are safe to do so. Evacuation Orders remain along the Hwy 96 corridor. Communities in Oregon are threatened and under Evacuation Orders and Warnings. The threat to structures remain, with highway 96 open to controlled traffic and Highway 199 closed. Power infrastructure has been damaged for Happy Camp and other outlying rural areas. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Area and trail closures are in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1, IMT 1 is planning to take over the North Zone of the Slater Fire on 9-16. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/14/2020 1800

CA-PNF North Complex: 264,565 acres grass, brush and timber 39% contained. Active fire behavior observed today with running spotting and isolated torching. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH, Monday morning to Monday evening. Structures remain threatened with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/14/2020 1745

The National Weather Service-Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning and Fire Weather Watch for gusty winds and low relative humidity. The Red Flag Warning is in effect from noon to 8pm on Tuesday. The Fire Weather Watch is in effect from Wednesday afternoon To Wednesday evening. General area includes Siskiyou County from the Cascade Mountains east and south to Mt Shasta and Modoc County with the exception of the Surprise Valley. Please see link for area specific details.Link

09/14/2020 1130

The National Weather Service-Medford has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Tuesday afternoon through Tuesday evening for gusty winds and low humidity. General area includes Siskiyou County from the Cascade Mountains east and south to Mt Shasta and Modoc County with the exception of the Surprise Valley. Please see link for area specific details.Link

09/14/2020 0835

CA-NEU Willow Fire: 1311 acres, grass and brush, 92% contained. All road closures have been lifted with re-population of the fire area completed. Crews continue to mop up and secure firelines. Unified command CAL FIRE and Yuba County Sheriff’s Office.

09/14/2020 0835 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 1,100 acres, grass, brush and timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire activity observed overnight. Threats to structures have been mitigated with all Evacuation Orders and Warnings lifted. Mop up and patrol continue in limited access and steep terrain. Command of this incident has transitoned back to the local CALFIRE unit.
09/14/2020 0830

CA-PNF North Complex: 264,374 acres grass, brush and timber 38% contained. Fire behavior was moderate overnight with backing and single tree torching observed. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH, Monday morning to Monday evening. Structures remain threatened with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/14/2020 0825

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 91,672 acres brush and timber 16% contained. The fire burned actively within the thermal belt overnight. Structures threatened with Evacuation Orders and Warnings issued for The Forks of Salmon community. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/14/2020 0820

CA-MNF August Complex: 788,800 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Fire behavior was active until 0200 this morning. Threat remains to structures with additional Evacuation Orders issued last night near the community of Ruth. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remaining in effect for multiple areas. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel River and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River municipal watershed, and to Black Rock Historic Lookout, Penny Glade and Martin Cabin. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army is assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. This incident is not being managed under Unified Command. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. CA Type 1, Team 5 (Young) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Acres and containment by zone, North/South Zone: 739,791 acres, 30% contained. West Zone: 49,009 acres, 0% contained.

09/14/2020 0815

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 4,429 acres timber, 0% contained. Structures threatened with Evacuation Orders in place for the Seiad Valley. Highway 96 is open to controlled traffic. Road, area and trail closures in effect. This fire is expected to merge with Slater Fire. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/14/2020 0800

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 131,601 acres timber, 5% contained. Fire remained active overnight burning under a strong smoke inversion. Evacuation Orders remain along the Hwy 96 corridor. Communities in Oregon are threatened and under Evacuation Orders and Warnings. The threat to structures remain, with highway 96 open to controlled traffic and Highway 199 closed. Power infrastructure has been damaged for Happy Camp and other outlying rural areas. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Area and trail closures are in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1, IMT 1 is scheduled to inbrief today at 1400. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/13/2020 1925

CA-SKU Shackleford Fire: 50 acres timber, 30% contained. The fire is in remote location with difficult access.

09/13/2020 1920

CA-SKU Schoolhouse Fire: 45 acres, grass and brush, 80% contained.

09/13/2020 1910

CA-MNF August Complex: 738,323 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Change in acres is due to more accurate mapping. Active fire behavior with torching and spotting observed today. Threat remains to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings remaining in effect for multiple areas. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel River and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River municipal watershed, and to Black Rock Historic Lookout, Penny Glade and Martin Cabin. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army is assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. This incident is not being managed under Unified Command. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. CA Type 1, Team 5 (Young) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Acres and contaiment by zone, North/South Zone: 706,594 acres, 30% contained. West Zone: 31,729 acres, 0% contained.

09/13/2020 1855

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 87,849 acres brush and timber 16% contained. Fire behavior was active today due to increased southwest wind and low humidity. Structures threatened with Evacuation Orders and Warnings issued for The Forks of Salmon community. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/13/2020 1850 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 1,100 acres, grass, brush and timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire activity observed again today. Threats to structures have been mitigated with all Evacuation Orders and Warnings lifted. Mop up and patrol continue in limited access and steep terrain. There is a planned transition back to the local unit on 9/14 at 0700. CAL FIRE IMT-5 (Parkes) in command.
09/13/2020 1830

CA-PNF North Complex: 261,288 acres grass, brush and timber 26% contained. Active fire behavior observed today with torching and spotting. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH, Monday morning to Monday evening. Structures remain threatened with Evacuation Order and Warnings in place. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. State Route 162 and multiple road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/13/2020 1820

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 4,149 acres timber, 0% contained. Moderate fire behavior today under a thick smoke inversion. Structures threatened with Evacuation Orders in place for the Seiad Valley. Highway 96 remains closed. This fire is expected to merge with Slater Fire. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/13/2020 1805

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 126,333 acres timber, 5% contained. A thick smoke layer over the fire today moderated fire behavior. Evacuation orders remain along the Hwy 96 corridor, including the entire communities of Happy Camp and Indian Springs. Communities in Oregon are threatened and under Evacuation Orders and Warnings. Structures remain threatened and Hwy 96 and 199 are closed. Power infrastructure has been damaged for Happy Camp and other outlying rural areas. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Area and trail closures are in effect. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/13/2020 1755 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 89% contained. Fire behavior was minimal again today. Continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Re-population efforts continue to be complicated by closed roads, damaged utilities and compromised trees. Road and trail closures continue including portions of State Route 236.
09/13/2020 1745 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 19,609 acres, grass, brush and timber, 97% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area on Monday. Crews continue to mop up and secure firelines. Evacuation Orders and Warnings have been rescinded. Threats exist to communities, residences, private lands, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters.
09/13/2020 1730 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,752 acres brush, timber, 7% contained. There is an expected increase in fire behavior within the next 24 hours, due to forecasted winds . Structures remain threatened with Evacuation Warnings in place for Volcanoville and Quinette. Threats to power and water facilities, recreation sites, critical wildlife habitat and private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/13/2020 1640

CA-NEU Willow Fire: 1311 acres, grass and brush, 85% contained. All road closures have been lifted with Re-population of the fire area completed. Crews continue to mop up and secure firelines. Unified command CAL FIRE and Yuba County Sheriff’s Office.

09/13/2020 1515

The National Weather Service- has expanded the Red Flag Warning in effect Sunday and again Monday for gusty winds and low humidity. Warning includes large portions of the North Ops Area. Please see link for area specific details.Link

09/13/2020 0900

CA-NEU Willow Fire: 1311 acres, grass and brush, 75% contained. Structure threat has been mitigated with re-population nearing completion. Crews continue to mop up and secure firelines. Road closures in the area. Unified command CAL FIRE and Yuba County Sheriff’s Office.

09/13/2020 0900

CA-PNF North Complex: 258,802 acres grass, brush and timber 26% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight with moderate RH recovery. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for gusty winds and low RH Monday morning to Monday evening. Structures remain threatened with Evacuation Order and Warnings in place. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/13/2020 0855

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 87,782 acres brush and timber 16% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight. Burnout operations were successful along the 10N02 Rd. Structures threatened with an evacuation advisory ussued for Fork of Salmon. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/13/2020 0850

CA-MNF August Complex: 846,812 acres grass, brush and timber, 28% contained. Active fire behavior with torching and spotting overnight. Threat remains to structures with Evacuation Orders and warnings remaining in effect for multiple areas. Closures for County Roads 307, 308, 309 and 313. Area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel River and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River municipal watershed, and to Black Rock Historic Lookout, Penny Glade and Martin Cabin. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army is assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) assumed command of August-South Zone. CA Type 1, Team 5 (Young) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is not in Unified Command.

09/13/2020 0845 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,752 acres brush, timber, 7% contained. Structures remain threatened with Evacuation Warnings issued for Volcanoville and Quinette. Threats to power and water facilities, recreation sites, critical wildlife habitat and private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/13/2020 0840

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 4,149 acres timber, 0% contained. Active fire behavior overnight. Crews continue to improve fireline north of Seiad Valley. Structures threatened with Evacuation Warning downgraded to an advisory for the Seiad Valley. Highway 96 remains closed. This fire is expected to merge with Slater Fire. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/13/2020 0830

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 126,333 acres timber, 0% contained. Fire burned actively overnight. Evacuation orders remain along the Hwy 96 corridor and repopulation continues for community of Gasquet where possible. Communities in Oregon are threatened and under Evacuation Orders and Warnings. Hwy 96 and 199 are closed and structures remain threatened. Power infrastructure has been damaged for Happy Camp and other outlying rural areas. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Area and trail closures are in effect. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/12/2020 1846

CA-SKU SCHOOLHOUSE FIRE: 45 acres, grass and brush, 70% contained.

09/12/2020 1845

CA-SKU Shackleford Fire: 50 acres timber, 20% contained. The fire is in remote location with difficult access.

09/12/2020 1840

CA-MNF August Complex: 846,812 acres grass, brush and timber, 24% contained. Active fire behavior with torching and spotting ovserved today. Threat remains to structures with Evacuation Orders and warnings remaining in effect for multiple areas. Closures for County Roads 307, 308, 309, 313 and 306. Area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel River and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River municipal watershed, and to Black Rock Historic Lookout, Penny Glade and Martin Cabin. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army is assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) assumed command of August-South Zone. CA Type 1, Team 5 (Young) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is not in Unified Command.

09/12/2020 1825 CA-ENF Fork Fire: 1,736 acres brush, timber, 7% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today. Structures remain threatened with Evacuation Orders in effect for multiple recreation sites. Threats to recreation residences, power and water facilities, recreation sites, critical wildlife habitat and private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/12/2020 1820

CA-KNF Slater Fire: 122,006 acres timber, 0% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with inverion remaining in place. Evacuation orders remain along the Hwy 96 corridor and repopulation continues for community of Gasquet where possible. Communities in Oregon are threatened and under Evacuation Orders and Warnings. Hwy 96 and 199 are closed and structures remain threatened. Power infrastructure has been damaged for Happy Camp and other outlying rural areas. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Area and trail closures are in effect. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/12/2020 1810

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 85,288 acres brush and timber 16% contained. Active fire behavior reported with torching ad spotting. Mop up and burn operations to protect Hoopa Tribal Lands will continue where nescessary along the 10N02 Rd. Structures threatened with an evacuation advisory for Fork of Salmon. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/12/2020 1810 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 19,609 acres, grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Crews continue to mop up and secure firelines. All large fires in this complex are at least 90% contained. Continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters.
09/12/2020 1805 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 87% contained. Fire behavior was minimal today with Backing, creeping and smoldering observed. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. A repopulation plan implemented for some areas. Road and trail closures are in the area. Portions of State Route 236 remains closed. Limited access and steep terrain. Incident transitioned has back to the local unit.
09/12/2020 1800

CA-PNF North Complex: 258,496 acres grass, brush and timber 22% contained. Active fire behavior today with running and spotting observed. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for gusty winds and low RH Monday morning to Monday evening. Structures remain threatened with damage evaluaton ongoing. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/12/2020 1750 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 1,100 acres, grass, brush and timber, 75% contained. Minimal fire activity observed today. Continued threat to structures with damage inspection ongoing. Evacuation Orders remain in place for the areas within the fire perimeter. Areas that have been re-populated remain under and Evacuaton Waarning. Limited access and steep terrain. There is a planned transition back to the local unit on 9/14. CAL FIRE IMT-5 (Parkes) in command.
09/12/2020 1740

CA-NEU Willow Fire: 1311 acres, grass and brush, 50% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today. Structure threat has been mitigated with re-population nearing completion. Crews continue to mop up and secure firlines. Road closures in the area. Unified command CAL FIRE and Yuba County Sheriff’s Office.

09/12/2020 1730

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 3,888 acres timber, 0% contained. Moderate terrain driven fire behavior observed today. Crews continue to improve fireline north of Seiad Valley. Structures threatened with Evacuation Warning downgraded to an advisory for Seiad Valley. Highway 96 is closed. This fire is expected to merge with Slater Fire. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/12/2020 1515

The National Weather Service- has expanded its Fire Weather Watch in effect from Monday morning through Monday evening for gusty winds and low humidity. General areas include the eastern portions of the North Ops area and western areas of northwest Nevada. Please see link for area specific details.Link

09/12/2020 1230

The National Weather Service-Reno has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Monday afternoon through Monday evening for gusty winds and low humidity. General areas include the eastern portions of the North Ops area and western areas of northwest Nevada. Please see link for area specific details.Link

09/12/2020 0915

CA-NEU Willow Fire: 1311 acres, grass and brush, 40% contained. Continued structure threat with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in place. Damage inspection is ongoing. Threat to multiple communities, powerlines, Yuba County water system and ranch lands. Road closures in the area. Unified command CAL FIRE and Yuba County Sheriff’s Office.

09/12/2020 0915 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 1,100 acres, grass, brush and timber, 50% contained. Minimal fire activity observed overnight. Continued threat to structures with damage inspection ongoing. Evacuation Orders remain in place for the areas within the fire perimeter, all other evacuation orders have been lifted. All areas that have been repopulated are under Evacuation Warnings. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT-5 (Parkes) in command.
09/12/2020 0915

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 84,880 acres brush and timber 18% contained. Active fire behavior reported overnight. Burn operations to protect Hoopa Tribal Lands continued overnight. Structures threatened with an evacuation advisory for Denny Mill Ranch and Fork of Salmon. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/12/2020 0915

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 3,888 acres timber, 0% contained. Reduction in acreage due to more accurate mapping. Crews have begun to open old control lines north of Seiad Valley. Structures threatened with mandatory evacuation orders issued for Seiad Valley. Highway 96 is closed. This fire is expected to merge with Slater Fire. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/12/2020 0915

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 122,006 acres timber, 0% contained. Reduction in acreage due to more accurate mapping. Evacuation orders remain along the Hwy 96 corridor and repopulation has begun for community of Gasquet. Communities in Oregon are threatened and under evacuation orders and warnings. Hwy 96 and 199 are closed and structures remain threatened. Power infrastructure has been damaged for Happy Camp and other outlying rural areas. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Area and trail closures are in effect. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/11/2020 1930

CA-SKU Shackleford Fire: 50 acres timber, 10% contained. The fire is in remote location with difficult access.

09/11/2020 1930 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 19,609 acres, grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. All large fires in this complex are at least 90% contained. Continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters.
09/11/2020 1930

CA-MNF August Complex: 846,812 acres grass, brush and timber, 25% contained. Active fire behavior with most activity occurring on the west and northwest side today. Threat remains to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in effect for multiple areas. Closures for County Roads 307, 308, 309, 313 and 306 with additional area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel River and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River municipal watershed, and to Black Rock Historic Lookout, Penny Glade and Martin Cabin. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army is assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) assumed command of August-South Zone. CA Type 1, Team 5 (young) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Incident is not in Unified Command.

09/11/2020 1930

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 4,500 acres timber, 0% contained. Structures threatened with mandatory evacuation orders issued for Seiad Valley. Highway 96 is closed. This fire is expected to merge with Slater Fire. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/11/2020 1930

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 137,000 acres timber, 0% contained. Active fire behavior with wind driven runs, flanking and group torching today. Evacuation orders remain along the Hwy 96 corridor and repopulation has begun for community of Gasquet. Communities in Oregon are threatened and under evacuation orders and warnings. Hwy 96 and 199 are closed and structures remain threatened. Power infrastructure has been damaged for Happy Camp and other outlying rural areas. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Area and trail closures are in effect. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/11/2020 1930

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 83,620 acres brush and timber 18% contained. Active fire behavior reported today with burning operations conducted overnight. Structures threatened with an evacuation advisory for Denny Mill Ranch and Fork of Salmon. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/11/2020 1930 CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 1,647 acres brush, timber, 7% contained. Fire is actively burning in the Rubicon drainage with rapid spread, spotting and torching. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain in effect and multiple recreation sites have been evacuated. Threats to recreation residences, power and water facilities and recreation sites, and to critical wildlife habitat, private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/11/2020 1930

CA-PNF North Complex: 252,313 acres grass, brush and timber 21% contained. Fire behavior remained active today with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in effect. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/11/2020 1930 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 86% contained. Fire behavior was minimal today with Backing, creeping and smoldering observed. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. A repopulation plan implemented for some areas. Road and trail closures are in the area. Portions of State Route 236 remains closed. Limited access and steep terrain. Incident transitioned back to the local unit today.
09/11/2020 1930 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 1,100 acres, grass, brush and timber, 45% contained. Minimal fire activity observed today. Continued threat to structures. Evacuation Orders remain in place for the areas within the fire perimeter, all other evacuation orders have been lifted. All areas that have been repopulated are under Evacuation Warnings. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT-5 (Parkes) in command.
09/11/2020 1930

CA-SKU SCHOOLHOUSE FIRE: 45 acres, grass and brush, 60% contained.

09/11/2020 1515

The National Weather Service-Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 1100 Sunday to 2000 Sunday for gusty winds coupled with low humidity. General areas include potions of Modoc and Siskiyou County. Please see link for area specific details.Link

09/11/2020 1410

CA-SKU Shackleford Fire: 50 acres timber, 5% contained. The fire is in remote location with difficult access. Aircraft has been grounded due to poor visibility. Significant augmentation of ground resources. Current weather, 82 degrees, 19% RH, wind SW @ 1 mph, gusts to 5.Map

09/11/2020 0730

CA-NEU Willow Fire: 1311 acres, grass and brush, 20% contained. Continued structure threat and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Damage inspection is ongoing. Threat to multiple communities, powerlines, Yuba County water system and ranch lands. Road closures in the area. Unified command CAL FIRE and Yuba County Sheriff’s Office.

09/11/2020 0730 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 19,609 acres, grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Large fires in the complex: Ivory fire 16,100 acres, 95% contained, 1-12 fire 947 acres, 90% contained, 1-13 fire 1 acre, 98% contained, Potters (5-4) fire 927 acres, 98% contained, BTU Lightning (5-6) fire 261 acres, 98% contained, 2-24 fire 285 acres, 98% contained, 1-2 fire 94 acres, 98% contained, 1-7 fire 175 acres, 98% contained, 1-8 fire 92 acres, 98% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters.
09/11/2020 0730

CA-MNF August Complex: 746,607 acres grass, brush and timber, 25% contained. All fires within the Complex have merged. Fire activity remained active overnight. SHF Elkhorn has been added to this complex. Threat remains to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in effect. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel river and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River municipal watershed, and to Black Rock Historic Lookout, Penny Glade and Martin Cabin. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army has been assigned. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) assumed command of August-South Zone. CA Type 1, Team 5 (young) in command of August-North Zone. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) is planned to assume command of the August-West Zone today.

09/11/2020 0730

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 4,000 acres timber, 0% contained. Active fire behavior with running, flanking and group torching overnight. Structures threatened with mandatory evacuation orders issued for Seiad Valley. Highway 96 is closed. The fire is burning in 2012 Goff Fire burn scar and is expected to merge with slater fire. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/11/2020 0730

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 137,000 acres timber, 0% contained. Active fire behavior overnight with wind driven runs, flanking and group torching. Evacuation orders along the Hwy 96 corridor and communities in Oregon are under evacuation orders and warnings. Hwy 96 and 199 are closed and structures remain threatened. Threats to communities in Oregon, Karuk tribe ancestral lands, Oregon Caves National Monument, multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Road, area and trail closures in are effect. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/11/2020 0730

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 82,744 acres brush and timber 19% contained. The fire burned actively overnight and burning operations were conducted overnight. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders in effect for Denny and Mill Ranch. Continued fire spread to the west will threaten the community of Hoopa. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Fires within the Complex have merged together. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/11/2020 0730 CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 2,200 acres brush, timber, 7% contained. Active fire behavior overnight with single tree torching and spotting. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain in effect. Multiple recreation sites have been evacuated. Threats to recreation residences, power and water facilities and recreation sites, critical wildlife habitat, and private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. SW Type 2, Team 4 in command.
09/11/2020 0730

CA-PNF North Complex: 252,534 acres grass, brush and timber 23% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to the Upper Feather River Watershed, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. The Clairmont and Bear Fire have merged. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell).

09/11/2020 0730 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 85% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. A repopulation plan implemented for select areas. Road and trail closures are in the area. State Route 236 remains closed. Limited access and steep terrain.
09/11/2020 0730 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 1,100 acres, grass, brush and timber, 40% contained. Minimal fire activity overnight. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders remain in place. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT-5 (Parkes) in command.
09/11/2020 0730

CA-SKU SCHOOLHOUSE FIRE: 45 acres, grass and brush, 50% contained.

09/10/2020 1930

CA-NEU Willow Fire: 1,311 acres grass and brush, 20% contained. Moderate fire behavior reported. Repopulation is ongoing. Threats to multiple communities, ranch lands, transmission lines and Yuba County water system. Road closures in the area.

09/10/2020 1930 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 19,609 acres grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Continued threat to structures. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters.
09/10/2020 1930

CA-MNF August Complex: 746,607 acres grass, brush and timber, 25% contained. Active fire behavior with short crown runs, uphill runs and short-range spotting today. SHF Elkhorn has been added to this complex. Threat remains to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure , numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel River and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River municipal watershed, and to Black Rock Historic Lookout, Penny Glade and Martin Cabin. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army assigned. Glade, Hull and Tatham Fires merged with Doe Fire. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 437,090 acres, 23% contained, SHF Elkhorn: 255,309 acres, 27% contained, Hull: 13,177 acres, 100% contained, Tatham: 15,594 acres 100% contained, Glade: 25,378 acres, 100% contained. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. GB Type 1, Team 2 assume command of South Zone tomorrow. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) in command of South Zone and Ca IMT 5 (young) in command of North Zone.

09/10/2020 1930

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 4,000 acres timber, 0% contained. Active fire behavior with running, flanking and group torching today. Structures threatened with mandatory evacuation orders issued for Seiad Valley. Highway 96 closed and the fire is burning in 2012 Goff Fire burn scar. Fire expected to merge with slater Fire. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/10/2020 1930

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 127,000 acres timber, 0% contained. Active fire behavior with wind driven runs, flanking and group torching. Evacuation Orders remain in effect and structures remain threatened. Communities in Oregon are threatened. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands, Oregon Caves National Monument, multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Road, area and trail closures in effect. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/10/2020 1930

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 76,996 acres brush and timber 19% contained. Crews continue prep of the 10N02 Rd for future firing operations. Structures threatened and evacuation orders in effect for Denny and Mill Ranch. Continued fire spread to the west will threaten the community of Hoopa. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 76,189 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/10/2020 1930 CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 2,200 acres brush, timber, 7% contained. Active fire behavior with single tree torching and spotting today. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain in effect. Multiple recreation sites have been evacuated with recreation residences, power and water facilities and recreation sites threatened. Critical wildlife habitat, private timberlands threatened. Road, area and trail closures in effect. SW Type 2 IMT 4 assigned take command @ 0700 tomorrow.
09/10/2020 1930

CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 363,220 acres grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Command of this incident has transitioned back to the local unit. No fire growth has been reported over several days. This will be the final report unless a significant change occurs.

09/10/2020 1930

CA-PNF North Complex: 244,203 acres grass, brush and timber 23% contained. Fire behavior reduced today. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70 and the Union Pacific railroad remains threatened. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada assigned. The Clairmont and Bear Fire have merged. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE.

09/10/2020 1930 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres brush and timber, 85% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation continues where safely possible. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed. Command has transferred back to the local unit and remains in unified command.
09/10/2020 1930 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 863 acres, grass, brush and timber, 25% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders remain in place. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT-5 (Parkes).
09/10/2020 1930

CA-SKU SCHOOLHOUSE FIRE: 45 acres, grass and brush, 40% contained

09/10/2020 1200

The National Weather Service-Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from noon today to 9 PM this evening for thunderstorms and strong outflow winds. General areas includes: Western Lassen, Eastern Plumas, Eastern Sierra and Eastern Nevada Counties Please see below link for area specific details.Link

09/10/2020 0800

CA-SHF Elkhorn: 255,309 acres grass and brush, 27% contained. Active fire behavior with group torching and short-range spotting. Evacuations are in progress and structures remain threatened. The communities of Ruth, Zenia and Kettenpom are threatened and road, area and trail closures remain in effect. This fire consists of Elkhorn, Vinegar, Hopkins and Willow Fires which have all merged. California Type 1 IMT 5 (Young) in Command.

09/10/2020 0800

CA-NEU Willow Fire: 1,300 acres, grass and brush, 15% contained. Moderate fire behavior with isolated torching overnight. Continued structure threat and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Threats to multiple communities and ranch lands, and to transmission lines and Yuba County water system. Road closures in the area.

09/10/2020 0800 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 19,609 acres, grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Large fires in the complex: Ivory fire 16,100 acres, 95% contained, 1-12 fire 947 acres, 90% contained, 1-13 fire 1 acre, 98% contained, Potters (5-4) fire 927 acres, 98% contained, BTU Lightning (5-6) fire 261 acres, 98% contained, 2-24 fire 285 acres, 98% contained, 1-2 fire 94 acres, 98% contained, 1-7 fire 175 acres, 98% contained, 1-8 fire 92 acres, 98% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters.
09/10/2020 0800

CA-MNF August Complex: 471,185 acres grass, brush and timber, 24% contained. Active fire behavior with backing, creeping and flanking overnight. Threat remains to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, the Eel river and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River municipal watershed, and to Black Rock Historic Lookout, Penny Glade and Martin Cabin. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army has been assigned. Glade, Hull and Tatham Fires merged with Doe Fire. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 416,977 acres, 23% contained. Hull: 13,177 acres, 10% contained, Tatham: 15,594 acres 9% contained, Glade: 25,378 acres, 0% contained. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command. GB Type 1, Team 2 assigned, planned transition on 9/12.

09/10/2020 0800

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 100 acres timber, 0% contained. Structures threatened with Mandatory Evacuation Orders issued for Seiad Valley. Fire expected to merge with slater Fire.

09/10/2020 0800

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 127,660 acres timber, 0% contained. The fire has progressed NW into Oregon with evacuation orders in effect. The entire community of Happy Camp has been evacuated and structures are threatened. Karuk tribe ancestral lands are threatened and road, area and trail closures are in effect. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

09/10/2020 0800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 77,133 acres brush and timber 18% contained. Reduced overnight fire behavior and crews continue preparation of the 10N02 Rd for future firing operations. Structures threatened with evacuation orders in effect for Denny and Mill Ranch. Continued fire spread to the west will threaten the community of Hoopa. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, to high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 70,803 acres, 18% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/10/2020 0800 CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 2,500 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Reduced fire overnight fire behavior and the fire progressing into the Rubicon Drainage. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders issued for Volcanoeville, Quinet and Stumpy Meadows. Multiple recreation sites have been evacuated. Threats to recreation residences, power and water facilities and recreation sites, critical wildlife habitat, and private timberlands. Road, area and trail closures in effect. SW Type 2 IMT 4 assigned, in brief on 9/10.
09/10/2020 0800

CA-LNU Lightning Complex:363,220 acres, grass, brush and timber, 94% contained. Hennessey 305,651 acres, 94% contained, Walbridge 55,209 acres, 95% contained. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

09/10/2020 0800

CA-PNF North Complex: 247,358 acres grass, brush and timber 23% contained. Fire behavior reduced overnight as winds diminished, relative humidity recovery was poor. Evacuation Orders in effect for areas near Lake Oroville, Bucks Lake and multiple communities between Oroville and Quincy. Evacuation Warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70 and the Union Pacific railroad. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada assigned. The Clairmont and Bear Fire have merged. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE.

09/10/2020 0800 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 84% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation plan has been implemented for select areas. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department and San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.
09/10/2020 0800 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 863 acres, grass, brush and timber, 25% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders remain in place. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT-5 (Parkes).
09/10/2020 0800

CA-SKU SCHOOLHOUSE FIRE: 45 acres, grass and brush, 30% contained

09/09/2020 1950

CA-SHF Elkhorn: 255,309 acres grass, brush and timber, 27% contained. Active fire behavior reported. This incident was previously reported in the Butte/Tehama/Glenn Complex and the August Complex. There is a reported threat to structures in the Ruth, Zenia and Kettenpom area. This fire consists of the Elkhorn, Vinegar, Hopkins and Willow Fires.  California Type 1 IMT, Team 5 has been assigned.

09/09/2020 1950

CA-NEU Willow Fire: 1,300 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. There is a threat to the communities of Dobbins, Loma Rica, and Browns Valley and rural ranch lands.

09/09/2020 1950 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 19,609 acres grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Large increase in containment is due to a Federal IMT assuming command of the Elk Fire. Structures remained threatened. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
09/09/2020 1950

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,570 acres, 100% contained.

09/09/2020 1950

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,905 acres grass and brush, 95% contained. No fire growth over several days. This will be the final report unless a significant change occurs

09/09/2020 1950

CA-MNF August Complex: 471,185 acres grass, brush and timber, 24% contained. A decrease in acreage is due to the Hopkins, Vinegar Peak and Willow Basin Fire being transferred over to CA  Team 5 and will be reported as the SHF Elkhorn Fire. Threat remains to structures and Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, to numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel river and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River, municipal watershed, and to Black Rock Historic Lookout, Penny Glade and Martin Cabin. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army assigned. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.

09/09/2020 1950

CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 84,817 acres grass and brush, 98% contained. No fire growth over several days. This will be the final report unless a significant change occurs

09/09/2020 1950

CA-KNF Devil Fire: 100 acres timber, 0% contained. Fire is located 4 miles northeast of Seias Valley. Evacuation Orders have been issued for the Seiad Valley area. Evacuation Orders issued for Scotts Bar area. This fire is located 6 miles east of the KNF Slater Fire.

09/09/2020 1950

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 90,000 acres timber, 0% contained. Fire behavior remained extreme with long range spotting. Evacuation Orders in remain for the town of Happy Camp as well as Gasquet, and along Klamath River in the fire area. A Red Flag Warning remain for the fire area until 2100 tonight for gusty winds and low humidity. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) will assume command at 0600 tomorrow morning.

09/09/2020 1950

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 71,610 acres brush and timber 18% contained. Active fire behavior with torching, uphill runs and spotting today. Structures threatened with Evacuation Orders in place for Denny. Continued fire spread to the west will threaten the community of Hoopa. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, to high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.

09/09/2020 1950 CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 2,500 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Fire behavior remained active overnight. Evacuation Orders remain for communities of Volcanoville, Quintet, and Stumpy Meadows. Threat to recreation sites, structures, power and water facilities, and to critical wildlife habitat and timberlands. Southwest Type 2 IMT assigned
09/09/2020 1950

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 413 acres, 100% contained.

09/09/2020 1950

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 396,624 acres, grass and brush, 96% contained. No fire growth over several days. This will be the final report unless a significant change occurs.

09/09/2020 1950

CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 363,220 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. Road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

09/09/2020 1950

CA-PNF North Complex 252,163 acres grass, brush and timber 24% contained. Extreme fire behavior reported. Evacuation Orders issued for several areas near Bucks Lake, east of Lake Oroville and several outlying communities between Oroville and Quincy.  Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada assigned. Cal Fire is assisting with this incident California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

09/09/2020 1950 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 84% contained. Structures remained threatened Command of the incident has transitioned back to the local unit.
09/09/2020 1950 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 863 acres, grass, brush and timber, 25% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders remaining for Brooktrails, and Springvale. Evacuation Warning for Sherwood Rancheria.
09/09/2020 0650

CA-MEU Oak Fire: 863 acres, grass, brush and timber, 10% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders in place. Road closures in the area with Hwy 101 closed. Limited access and steep terrain. North Bay Type III IMT assigned.

09/09/2020 0635

CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 83% contained. Continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation plan implemented for select areas. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed. Limited access and steep terrain. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department and San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.

09/09/2020 0630

CA-PNF North Complex 150,140 acres grass, brush and timber 38% contained. Fire behavior remained very active overnight as yesterdays winds pushed fire to the west.. Evacuation Orders issued for several areas near Bucks Lake and east of Lake Oroville.  Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada assigned. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH until Wednesday. Active large fires in the complex: Claremont/Bear: Unable to report due to 209 issues. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

09/09/2020 0630

CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 363,220 acres grass, brush and timber, 92% contained. Decrease in acres is due to better mapping. Road closures in the area. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

09/09/2020 0630

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 396,624 acres, grass and brush, 96% contained. Ground resources continue to mop-up and strengthen control lines. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/09/2020 0620

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 413 acres timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering observed today. All threats mitigated and crews continue to patrol and mop up. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH until Wednesday morning.

09/09/2020 0620

CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 3,500 acres brush, timber, 0% contained Fire behavior remained active overnight. Evacuation Orders for communities of Volcanoville, Quintet, and Georgetown. Threat to recreation residences, power and water facilities, recreation sites, and to critical wildlife habitat and timberlands. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Red Flag Warning in effect until Wednesday at noon for gusty winds and low RH. Southwest Type 2 IMT assigned

09/08/2020 2015

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 25,000 acres timber, 0% contained. Extreme fire behavior with crowning, long-rang spotting and wind driven runs today. Evacuation in progress for the town of Happy Camp to lower airport road and Elk Creek. Structures are threatened. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) Ordered, in brief 9/9 1600.

09/08/2020 2015

CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 500 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Active fire behavior with wind driven runs, running and group torching today. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders for recreation areas. Threats to recreation residences, power and water facilities, recreation sites, and to critical wildlife habitat and timberlands. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Red Flag Warning in effect until Wednesday at noon for gusty winds and low RH.

09/08/2020 2015 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 863 acres, grass, brush and timber, 5% contained. Active fire behavior observed today. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders in place. Road closures in the area with Hwy 101 closed. Limited access and steep terrain. North Bay Type III IMT assigned.
09/08/2020 2015

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 413 acres timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering observed today. All threats mitigated and crews continue to patrol and mop up. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH until Wednesday morning.

09/08/2020 2015

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,895 acres grass and brush, 95% contained. Active fire behavior with isolated torching, flanking and backing today. Evacuation Warning still in effect with road, area and trail closures remaining in effect. Point Reyes National Seashore is closed west of Hwy 1. Threat to protected and endangered species habitat. Great Basin Type 3 Team 4 is in Command.

09/08/2020 2015 CA-PNF North Complex 58,404 acres grass, brush and timber 37% contained. Extreme fire behavior with crowning, running and torching observed today. The fire crossed the Middle Fork of the Feather River and made a high intensity run to the Southwest. Evacuation Orders issued and Evacuation Warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada assigned. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH until Wednesday. Active large fires in the complex: Claremont/Bear: Unable to report due to 209 issues. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/08/2020 2015 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 69,735 acres grass, brush and timber, 58% contained. Large fires in the complex: Elkhorn fire 50,126 acres, 55% contained, Ivory fire 16,100 acres, 95% contained, 1-12 fire 947 acres, 88% contained, 1-13 fire 1 acre, 98% contained, Potters (5-4) fire 927 acres, 98% contained, BTU Lightning (5-6) fire 261 acres, 98% contained, 2-24 fire 285 acres, 98% contained, 1-2 fire 94 acres, 98% contained, 1-7 fire 175 acres, 98% contained, 1-8 fire 92 acres, 97% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
09/08/2020 2015

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 396,624 acres, grass and brush, 95% contained. Damage inspection is complete and all threats have been mitigated. Ground resources continue to mop-up and strengthen control lines. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/08/2020 2015 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 82% contained. Continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation plan implemented for select areas. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed. Limited access and steep terrain. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department and San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.
09/08/2020 2015 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 66,108 acres brush and timber 17% contained. Active fire behavior with torching, uphill runs and spotting today. Structures threatened with Evacuation Warnings in place for Denny. Continued fire spread to the west will threaten the community of Hoopa. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, to high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH from today to Wednesday morning. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 63,301 acres, 17% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.
09/08/2020 2015 CA-MNF August Complex: 421,899 acres grass, brush and timber, 24% contained. Active fire behavior with creeping, flanking running today. Threat remains to structures and Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, to numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel river and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River, municipal watershed, and to Black Rock Historic Lookout, Penny Glade and Martin Cabin. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army assigned. Glade, Hull and Tatham Fires merged with Doe Fire. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 316,178 acres, 23% contained, Hull: 13,177 acres, 10% contained, Tatham: 15,594 acres 9% contained, Hopkins: 49,877 acres, 0% contained, Willow Basin: 1,614 acres, 0% contained, Glade: 25,378 acres, 0% contained. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH until Wednesday morning. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
09/08/2020 2015 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 84,817 acres grass and brush, 98% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed. Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low RH.
09/08/2020 2015

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,570 acres grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering and creeping today. Crews continue to mop up and patrol. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. Planned transfer of command for tomorrow. Red Flag Warning in effect until Wednesday for gusty winds and low RH. Unified Command: California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) and CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

09/08/2020 2015 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 91% contained. Hennessey 317,909 acres, 91% contained, Walbridge 54,940 acres, 95% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Road closures in the area. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.
09/08/2020 1515

CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 400 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Rapid rate of spread. Evacuations in place for Loon Lake, Gerle Creek, and Rubicon Trail areas. Evacuations are ongoing for the Hell Hole and French Meadows recreational areas. Road closure at Ice House Road X Wentworth Road.

09/08/2020 1350

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 1000 acres timber, 0% contained with rapid rate of spread. Structures threatened with evacuations in progress for the town of Happy Camp to lower airport road and Elk Creek. An evacuation center is being setup in the town of Seiad. Aircraft have been unable to fly the incident due to strong winds. A Type 2 IMT on order.

09/08/2020 1320

CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 100 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Rapid rate of spread. Evacuations in place for Loon Lake, Gerle Creek, and Rubicon Trail areas. Evacuations are ongoing for the Hell Hole and French Meadows recreational areas. Road closure at Ice House Road X Wentworth Road.

09/08/2020 1215

CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 75 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. The fire started at 1115, currently has a rapid rate of spread. Current weather, 72 degrees, 12% RH, wind ENE@ 11mph, gusts to 37. MAP

09/08/2020 1100

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 500 acres timber, 0% contained. Rapid rate of spread with spotting 1 mile ahead of the main fire. Structures threatened with evacuation in progress for parts of Indian Creek and Happy Camp. There are also additional evacuations warnings in place.

09/08/2020 0845

CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 50-75 acres timber, 0% contained. Started at 0722 this morning and is located approximately 5 miles North of Happy Camp. Rapid rate of spread with structures threatened and an evacuation warning in place. Current weather; 72 degrees, 14% RH, wind NE @ 11 mph with gusts to 21 mph. MAP

09/08/2020 0730 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 863 acres, grass, brush and timber, 5% contained. Moderate fire activity overnight. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders in place. Hwy 101 closed. Limited access and steep terrain. North Bay Type III IMT assigned.
09/08/2020 0730

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 413 acres timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering observed. Structures threatened. Threats to Coho and Steelhead habitat, and to cultural and historic sites. The fire is burning in steep rugged terrain. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH until Wednesday morning. Transition to ICT4 today at 0700.

09/08/2020 0730

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,835 acres grass and brush, 95% contained. Overnight fire behavior consisted of interior burning. Evacuation warning still in effect. Point Reyes National Seashore is closed west of Hwy 1. Threat to protected and endangered species habitat. Great Basin Type 3 Team 4 is in Command.

09/08/2020 0730 CA-PNF North Complex 40,843 acres grass, brush and timber 51% contained. Active fire behavior observed overnight. Evacuation warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, Historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70 and the Union Pacific railroad. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada assigned. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH until Wednesday morning. Active large fires in the complex: Claremont/Bear: 40,703 acres, 51% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/08/2020 0730 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 69,735 acres grass, brush and timber, 58% contained. Large fire in the complex: Elkhorn fire 50,126 acres, 55% contained, Ivory fire 16,100 acres, 95% contained, 1-12 fire 947 acres, 88% contained, 1-13 fire 1 acre, 98% contained, Potters (5-4) fire 927 acres, 98% contained, BTU Lightning (5-6) fire 261 acres, 98% contained, 2-24 fire 285 acres, 98% contained, 1-2 fire 94 acres, 98% contained, 1-7 fire 175 acres, 98% contained, 1-8 fire 92 acres, 97% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
09/08/2020 0730

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 396,624 acres, grass and brush, 95% contained. Damage inspection has been completed and all threats are mitigated. Ground resources continue to mop-up and strengthen control lines. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/08/2020 0730 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 81% contained. Continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation plan has been implemented for select areas. Threats exist to numerous communities and watersheds. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed. Limited access and steep terrain. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department and San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.
09/08/2020 0730 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 58,391 acres brush and timber 20% contained. Fire activity remained active most of the night with significant movement of the fire to the southeast. Continued fire spread to the west will threaten the community of Hoopa. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH from today to Wednesday morning. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 57,584 acres, 20% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command.
09/08/2020 0730 CA-MNF August Complex: 356,312 acres grass, brush and timber, 24% contained. Active fire behavior with backing and flanking observed overnight. Threat remains to structures with evacuation warnings remaining in effect. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, to numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel river and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River, municipal watershed, and to Black Rock Historic Lookout, Penny Glade and Martin Cabin. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army assigned. Glade, Hull and Tatham Fires merged with Doe Fire. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 281,092acres, 23% contained, Hull: 13,177 acres, 10% contained, Tatham: 15,594 acres 9% contained, Hopkins: 19,782 acres, 0% contained, Willow Basin: 1,218 acres, 0% contained, Glade: 25,378 acres, 0% contained. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH until Wednesday morning. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
09/08/2020 0730 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 84,817 acres grass and brush, 98% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed. Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low RH.
09/08/2020 0730

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,570 acres grass, brush and timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering and creeping and crews continue to mop up and patrol. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. Red Flag Warning in effect until Wednesday for gusty winds and low RH. Unified Command: California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) and CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

09/08/2020 0730 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 91% contained. Hennessey 317,909 acres, 91% contained. Walbridge 54,940 acres, 95% contained. Structures are threatened with evacuation in progress. Road closures in the area. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.
09/07/2020 1915 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 1000 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained. Rapid rate of spread with multiple short range spot fires across Highway 101. Highway 101 is currently closed. Limited accesss and steep terrain are hampering containment efforts. There is a continued threat to structures with evacuations in progress. North Bay Type 3 Incident Management Team is on order.
09/07/2020 1910 CA-MNF August Complex: 356,312 acres grass, brush and timber, 24% contained. Active fire behavior continued today. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday morning. New Evacuation Warnings were issued today for the Pillsbury Ranch area. Threat remains to structures with Evacuation Warnings in effect. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel river and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors, and Mad River municipal watershed. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army has been assigned. The Glade, Hull and Tatham Fires merged with Doe Fire. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 281,092 acres, 23% contained, Hull: 13,177 acres, 10% contained, Tatham: 15,594 acres 9% contained, Hopkins: 15,466 acres, 0% contained, Willow Basin: 1,218 acres, 0% contained, Glade: 25,378 acres, 0% contained. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
09/07/2020 1840

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 396,624 acres, grass and brush, 94% contained. Crews continue mop up to establish full containment. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area from Monday evening through Wednesday Morning for gusty winds and low humidity. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/07/2020 1820 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 45,476 acres brush and timber 20% contained. Fire remained active today with the majority of growth to the east and southeast. A Red Flag Warning has been issued from Monday Evening Through Wednesday morning for gusty wind and low humidity. Fire spread continues to increase the threat to Hoopa Nation lands and the community of Hoopa. Threats remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 44,669 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) is in command
09/07/2020 1815 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 66,459 acres grass, brush and timber, 58% contained. Complex fires were active today with group torching and short range spotting. There is a Red Flag Warning issued Monday evening to Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats exist to structures, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
09/07/2020 1810 CA-PNF North Complex 40,372 acres grass, brush and timber 50% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with uphill runs and single tree torching. Evacuation Warnings remain in place. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday morning. Threats continue for structures, Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, Union Pacific Railroad, and The Pacific Crest Trail. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada are actively engaged in suppression operations. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/07/2020 1800 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 80% contained. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area from Monday evening through Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Continued threat to structures and powerlines. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation is occuring for select areas but is complicated by closed roads, damaged utilities and compromised trees. Threats exist to multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed. Management transition back to the local management unit is planned for 9/9. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command, representing the Unified Commanders.
09/07/2020 1755 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 91% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today with interior fuel continuing to burn out. A Red Flag Warning has been issued from Monday evening to Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Crews continue to mop up and secure current containment lines. Some road closure remain in place. There is a planned transition back to the local unit on 9/9. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
09/07/2020 1750

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,570 acres grass, brush and timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued near the fire area for gusty winds and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday morning. Road and trail closures remain in effect. Crews continue mop up and patrol operations. Unified Command: California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) and CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

09/07/2020 1735 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 84,817 acres grass and brush, 98% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today. A Red Flag Warning issued Monday through Tuesday for gusty winds and low humidity. A Type 3 management organization assumes command at 1800 hours.
09/07/2020 1730

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,853 acres grass and brush, 95% contained. Evacuation Warnings remain in effect. Interior islands continue to burn out. Critical fire weather has been forecasted for the fire area with a shallow marine layer and gusty winds accompanied by low daytime relative humidity. Point Reyes National Seashore is closed to visitors west of Hwy 1. Threat to protected and endangered species habitat and road, area and trail closures in effect. Great Basin Type 3, Team 4 (Newell) is in command

09/07/2020 1725

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 413 acres timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today. Threats remain to structures, Coho and Steelhead habitat, cultural and historic sites, and The Trinity Alps Wilderness. Fire burning in steep rugged terrain. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for Monday to Wednesday for gusty winds and low RH. There is a planned trasition for tomorrow to and IC type 4.

09/07/2020 1650 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 1000 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained, rapid rate of spread. Limited accesss, steep terrain and multiple short range spot fires are hampering containment efforts. There is a continued threat to structures with evacuations in progress. North Bay Type 3 Incident Management Team is on order.
09/07/2020 1550 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 200 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained. Limited access, steep terrain and multiple short range spot fires are hampering containment efforts. There is a continued threat to structures with evacuations in progress. North Bay Type 3 Incident Management Team is on order.
09/07/2020 1450 CA-MEU Oak Fire: 50 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained. Fire has a rapid rate of spread with multiple short range spot fires. There is an immediate threat to structures with evacuations in progress. The fire is located at Big John Rd. and 3rd Gate Rd., 5 miles north of Willits. Map
09/07/2020 0830 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 91% contained. A Red Flag Warning has been issued from Monday evening to Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Crews continue to mop up and secure current containment lines. Some road closure remain in place. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
09/07/2020 0830

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 396,624 acres, grass and brush, 93% contained. Crews continue to mop up to establish full containment. Suppression repair is occuring throughout the incident. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area from Monday evening through Wednesday Morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Threats exist to natural resources, cultural sites and wildlife including endangered species. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/07/2020 0830 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 76% contained. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area from Monday evening through Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Continued threat to structures and powerlines. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation is occuring for select areas but is complicated by closed roads, damaged utilities and compromised trees. Threats exist to multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed. Management transition back to the local management unit is planned for 9/9. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command, representing the Unified Commanders.
09/07/2020 0830 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 66,459 acres grass, brush and timber, 58% contained. There is a Red Flag Warning issued Monday evening to Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats exist to structures, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
09/07/2020 0830 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 39,149 acres brush and timber 19% contained. Fire remained active today with uphill runs and torching observed. A Red Flag Warning has been issued from Monday Evening Through Wednesday morning for gusty wind and low humidity. Fire spread continues to increase the threat to Hoopa Nation lands and the community of Hoopa. Threats remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 38,342 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Transfer of command to CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) planned for today at 0700. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
09/07/2020 0830 CA-PNF North Complex 40,372 acres grass, brush and timber 47% contained. Moderate overnight fire behavior with backing, creeping and torching observed. Evacuation Warnings remain in place. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday morning. Threats continue for structures, Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, Union Pacific Railroad, and The Pacific Crest Trail. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada are actively engaged in suppression operations. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/06/2020 1845

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 396,624 acres, grass and brush, 92% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area from Monday evening through Wednesday Morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Threats exist to natural resources, cultural sites and wildlife including endangered species. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/06/2020 1830 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 66,309 acres grass, brush and timber, 55% contained. There is a Red Flag Warning issued Monday evening to Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats exist to structures, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
09/06/2020 1820

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 413 acres timber, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today. Threats remain to structures, Coho and Steelhead habitat, cultural and historic sites, and The Trinity Alps Wilderness. Fire burning in steep rugged terrain. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for Monday to Wednesday for gusty winds and low RH.

09/06/2020 1815 CA-PNF North Complex 39,779 acres grass, brush and timber 45% contained. Active fire behavior with uphill runs and single tree torching observed today. Evacuation Warnings remain in place. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday morning. Threats continue for structures, Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, Union Pacific Railroad, and The Pacific Crest Trail. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada are actively engaged in suppression operations. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/06/2020 1810

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,570 acres grass, brush and timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued near the fire area for gusty winds and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday morning. Road and trail closures remain in effect. Crews continue mop up and patrol operations. Unified Command: California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) and CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

09/06/2020 1805 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported. A Red Flag Warning has been issued from Monday evening to Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low humidity. the majority of repopulation has been completed. Crews continue to mop up and secure current containment lines. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
09/06/2020 1800 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 72% contained. Minor fire activity observed today within interior unburned areas. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area from Monday evening through Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Continued threat to structures and powerlines. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation is occuring for select areas but is complicated by closed roads, damaged utilities and compromised trees. Threats exist to multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed. Management transition back to the local management unit is planned for 9/9. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command, representing the Unified Commanders.
09/06/2020 1730 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 39,149 acres brush and timber 19% contained. Fire remained active today with uphill runs and torching observed. A Red Flag Warning has been issued from Monday Evening Through Wednesday morning for gusty wind and low humidity. Fire spread continues to increase the threat to Hoopa Nation lands and the community of Hoopa. Threats remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 38,342 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Transfer of command to CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) planned for tomorrow at 0600. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
09/06/2020 1710 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 84,817 acres grass and brush, 97% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today. A Red Flag Warning is Monday through Tuesday for gusty winds and low humidity. There is a planned transition to a Type 3 management organization at 1800 tomorrow. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
09/06/2020 1600

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,835 acres grass and brush, 95% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today as interior islands continue to burn out. Critical fire weather has been forecasted for the fire area with a shallow marine layer and gusty winds accompanied by low daytime relative humidity. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Hwy 1. Threat to protected and endangered species habitat and road, area and trail closures in effect. A planned transition to a Type 3 management organization is scheduled for tomorrow. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

09/06/2020 0915

The National Weather Service- Has issued multiple Red Flag Warning's and Fire Weather Watches encompassing most of the North Ops area. Time periods vary by area, but generally start in the Monday-Tuesday timeframe. The risk is for a dry cold frontal passage with gusty wind and very low relative humidities . Please see link for area specific details.Link

09/06/2020 0830 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 68% contained. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued near the fire area from Monday evening through Wednesday Morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation plan has been implemented for select areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cotoni-Coast Dairies National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command, representing the Unified Commanders.
09/06/2020 0830 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 66,109 acres grass, brush and timber, 50% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings area in place. Threats exist to structures, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
09/06/2020 0830 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 39,149 acres brush and timber 19% contained. Fire continued to spead overnight, mainly at higher elevations. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for gusty wind and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday Morning. Fire spread continues to the SW, S and SE. Continued fire spread into the Tish Tang Drainage increases the threat to the community of Hoopa. Threats remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 38,342 acres, 31% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Transfer of command to CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) planned for 0600 on 9/7. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
09/06/2020 0830

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,835 acres grass and brush, 93% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight. A Fire Weather Watch has been issue from Monday evening to Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low RH. Evacuation warnings remain in effect. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Hwy 1. Threat to protected and endangered species habitat and road, area and trail closures in effect. A planned transition to a Type 3 management organization is scheduled for 9/7. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

09/06/2020 0830 CA-PNF North Complex 39,779 acres grass, brush and timber 43% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight. Evacuation Warnings remain in place. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for gusty winds and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday morning. Threats continue for structures, Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, Union Pacific Railroad, and The Pacific Crest Trail. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Active large fires in the complex: Combined, Bear/Claremont Fire: 39,649 acres, 43% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/05/2020 1850 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 37,638 acres brush and timber 19% contained. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for gusty wind and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday Morning. Fire spread continues to the SW, S and SE. Continued fire spread into the Tish Tang Drainage increases the threat to the community of Hoopa. Threats remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 36,831 acres, 31% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Transfer of command to CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) planned for 0600 on 9/7. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
09/05/2020 1830 CA-MNF August Complex: 325,172 acres grass, brush and timber, 24% contained. Active fire behavior continued today. There is a Fire Weather Watch issued for gusty winds and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday morning. Threat remains to structures with Evacuation Warnings in effect. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel river and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors, and Mad River municipal watershed. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army has been assigned. The Glade, Hull and Tatham Fires merged with Doe Fire. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 254,414 acres, 23% contained, Hull: 13,177 acres, 10% contained, Tatham: 15,594 acres 9% contained, Hopkins: 15,466 acres, 0% contained, Willow Basin: 1,072 acres, 0% contained. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
09/05/2020 1830

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,570 acres grass, brush and timber, 86% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today with smoldering, creeping and backing. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued near the fire area for gusty winds and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday morning. Crews continue to mop up and patrol operations. Unified Command: California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) and CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

09/05/2020 1815 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 64% contained. Fire behavior remains active. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued near the fire area from Monday evening through Wednesday Morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation plan has been implemented for select areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cotoni-Coast Dairies National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command, representing the Unified Commanders.
09/05/2020 1810 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 65,595 acres grass, brush and timber, 50% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed with continued threat to structures. Evacuation Orders and Warnings area in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
09/05/2020 1805

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 396,624 acres, grass and brush, 88% contained. Interior islands of unburned fuel continue to burn. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for the fire area from Monday evening through Wednesday Morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Threats exist to endangered species and cultural sites. Highway 130 is closed with road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/05/2020 1800 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 89% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued from Monday evening to Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low humidity’s. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation is ongoing. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines and private timberland. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
09/05/2020 1750

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,813 acres grass and brush, 93% contained. Moderate fire behavior was observed today with backing and flanking. A Fire Weather Watch has been issue from Monday evening to Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low RH. Evacuation warnings remain in effect. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Hwy 1. Threat to protected and endangered species habitat and road, area and trail closures in effect. A planned transition to a Type 3 management organization is scheduled for 9/7. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

09/05/2020 1735 CA-PNF North Complex 38,164 acres grass, brush and timber 40% contained. Fire behavior remained active today with uphill runs an short range spotting. Evacuation Warnings remain in place. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for gusty winds and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday morning. Threats continue for structures, Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, Union Pacific Railroad, and The Pacific Crest Trail. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Active large fires in the complex: Bear Fire: 12,569acres, 26% contained, Claremont Fire: 25,455 acres, 40% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/05/2020 1720

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 413 acres timber, 45% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today. Threats remain to structures, Coho and Steelhead habitat, cultural and historic sites, and The Trinity Alps Wilderness. Fire burning in steep rugged terrain. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for Monday to Wednesday for gusty winds and low RH.

09/05/2020 1700 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 84,817 acres grass and brush, 96% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today with continued interior pockets of fuels burning out. A Red Flag Warning continues over the fire area until 2000 this evening. There is a planned transition to a Type 3 management organization on 9/7. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
09/05/2020 0800

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,811 acres grass and brush, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight. A Fire Weather Watch has been issue from Monday evening to Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low RH. A Type 3 Team will inbrief today with a planned transfer of command on monday. Evacuation warnings remain in effect. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Hwy 1. Threat to protected and endangered species habitat and road, area and trail closures in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

09/05/2020 0800 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 89% contained. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued from Monday evening to Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low humidites. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. A repopulation plan has been implemented and is ongoing. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, Armstrong Redwoods Natural Reserve, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
09/05/2020 0800 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 37,636 acres brush and timber 19% contained. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for gusty wind and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday Morning. Fire spread continues to the SW, S and SE. Continued fire spread into the Tish Tang Drainage increases the threat to the community of Hoopa. Threats remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 36,831 acres, 31% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
09/05/2020 0800 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 61% contained. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued near the fire area from Monday evening through Wednesday Morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation plan has been implemented for select areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cotoni-Coast Dairies National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command, representing the Unified Commanders.
09/05/2020 0800

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 396,624 acres, grass and brush, 86% contained. Interior islands of unburned fuel continue to burn. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for the fire area from Monday evening through Wednesday Morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Threats exist to endangered species and cultural sites. Highway 130 is closed with road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/05/2020 0800 CA-PNF North Complex 37,261 acres grass, brush and timber 42% contained. Humidity recovery was low overnight, leading to more active fire behavior. Evacuation Warnings remain in place and a Fire Weather Watch has been issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday morning. Threats to the Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, the Union Pacific railroad, and the Pacific Crest Trail. Road, area and trail closures in effect and hand crews from Canada are assigned. Active large fires in the complex: Bear Fire: 12,569acres, 29% contained, Claremont Fire: 24,522 acres, 50% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/04/2020 1830

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 412 acres timber, 35% contained. Minimal fire behavior today and structures still threatened. Threats to Coho and Steelhead habitat, cultural and historic sites, and to the Trinity Alps Wilderness. Fire burning in steep rugged terrain.

09/04/2020 1830

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,811 acres grass and brush, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior turning active as the marine layer eroded today. Evacuation orders were lifted for the Silver Hills area at 1800 today with other evacuation warnings still in effect. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Hwy 1. Threat to protected and endangered species habitat and road, area and trail closures in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

09/03/2020 1830 CA-PNF North Complex 37,270 acres grass, brush and timber 41% contained. Evacuation Warnings remain in place and a Fire Weather Watch has been issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low RH from Monday evening to Wednesday morning. Threats to the Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, the Union Pacific railroad, and the Pacific Crest Trail. Road, area and trail closures in effect and hand crews from Canada are assigned. Active large fires in the complex: Bear Fire: 12,569acres, 29% contained, Claremont Fire: 24,561 acres, 50% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/04/2020 1830 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 65,559 acres grass, brush and timber, 47% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed with continued threat to structures. Evacuation Orders and Warnings area in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
09/04/2020 1830

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 396,624 acres, grass and brush, 84% contained. Interior islands of unburned fuel continue to burn. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for the fire area from Monday evening through Wednesday Morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Threats exist to endangered species and cultural sites. Highway 130 is closed with road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/04/2020 1830 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 58% contained. Fire behavior remains active. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued near the fire area from Monday evening through Wednesday Morning for gusty winds and low humidity. Continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation plan has been implemented for select areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cotoni-Coast Dairies National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 236 remains closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command, representing the Unified Commanders.
09/04/2020 1830 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 32,180 acres brush and timber 30% contained. Fire spread continues to the SW, S and SE. Continued fire spread to the west will threaten the community of Hoopa. Threats remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 31,373 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
09/04/2020 1830 CA-MNF August Complex: 305,673 acres grass, brush and timber, 23% contained. Active fire behavior today and threat remains to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel river and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors, and Mad River municipal watershed. 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army has been assigned. The Glade, Hull and Tatham Fires merged with Doe Fire. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 264,706 acres, 23% contained, Hull: 13,177 acres, 10% contained, Tatham: 15,594 acres 9% contained, Hopkins: 11,089 acres, 0% contained, Willow Basin: 1,033 acres, 0% contained. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
09/04/2020 1830 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 84,817 acres grass and brush, 94% contained. Interior pockets of fuel continued burning today. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area today for gusty winds and low RH. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
09/04/2020 1830

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,570 acres grass, brush and timber, 80% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed today with smoldering, creeping and backing. Crews continue to mop up and patrol operations. Unified Command: California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) and CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

09/04/2020 1830 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 88% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. A repopulation plan has been implemented and is ongoing. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, Armstrong Redwoods Natural Reserve, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
09/04/2020 1330

The National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch for a large portion of the North Ops area. Time periods vary by area. Please see link for area specific details.Link

09/04/2020 0730 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 87% contained. Large fires in the complex: Hennessey 317,909 acres, 88% contained, Wallbridge 54,940 acres, 93% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. A repopulation plan has been implemented and is ongoing. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, Armstrong Redwoods Natural Reserve, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures including highway 121 and 128. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
09/04/2020 0730

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 412 acres timber, 25% contained. The fire is burning in steep rugged terrain and continued backing from previous firing operations. Structures remain threatened. Threats to Critical Coho, Steelhead habitat and Spotted Owl habitat, cultural and historic sites, and to the Trinity Alps Wilderness.

09/04/2020 0730

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,811 acres grass and brush, 71% contained. Minimal overnight fire behavior due to moist marine layer. Evacuation Orders remain for the Silver hills area and Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Hwy 1. Threats remain to protected and endangered species habitat, and to Iverson Park, Silver Hills and Drakes View water supply. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

09/03/2020 0730 CA-PNF North Complex 36,624 acres grass, brush and timber 42% contained. Evacuation Warnings remain in place. Threat to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, Union Pacific railroad, and to the Pacific Crest Trail. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Canada have been assigned. Active large fires in the complex: Bear Fire: 12,154 acres, 29% contained, Claremont Fire: 24,330 acres, 49% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
09/04/2020 0730 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 65,059 acres grass, brush and timber, 47% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed with continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings in place. Large fire in the complex: Elkhorn fire 45,450 acres, 47% contained, Ivory fire 16,100 acres, 90% contained, 1-12 fire 947 acres, 75% contained, 1-13 fire 1 acre, 98% contained, Potters (5-4) fire 927 acres, 98% contained, BTU Lightning (5-6) fire 261 acres, 98% contained, 2-24 fire 285 acres, 98% contained, 1-2 fire 94 acres, 98% contained, 1-7 fire 175 acres, 95% contained, 1-8 fire 92 acres, 97% contained. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
09/04/2020 0730

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 396,624 acres, grass and brush, 82% contained. Canyon/Reservoir fires 393,520 acres, 82% contained. Threats exist to endangered species and cultural sites. Highway 130 is closed with road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/04/2020 0730 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,509 acres, brush and timber, 56% contained. Continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation plan has been implemented for select areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cotoni-Coast Dairies National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Road and trail closures in the area and State Route 9 and 236 remains closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office and Boulder Creek Fire Protection District.
09/04/2020 0730 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 30,848 acres brush and timber 32% contained. Continued fire spread to the west will threaten the community of Hoopa and further fire spread to the NE will threaten the community of Forks of Salmon and surrounding rural areas. Threats remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, to Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 29,798 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 1,050 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
09/04/2020 0730 CA-MNF August Complex: 298,269 acres grass, brush and timber, 23% contained. Active fire behavior overnight with some short range spotting. Threat remains to structures with Evacuation Orders Remain in effect. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, and to Eel River and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors. The Glade, Hull and Tatham Fires merged with Doe Fire. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 258,192 acres, 23% contained, Hull: 13,177 acres, 10% contained, Tatham: 15,594 acres 9% contained, Hopkins: 10,202 acres, 0% contained, Willow Basin: 1,033 acres, 0% contained. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
09/04/2020 0730 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 84,817 acres grass and brush, 94% contained. Interior pockets of fuel continue to burn. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
09/04/2020 0730

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,570 acres grass, brush and timber, 71% contained. Minimal fire behavior overnight with smoldering, creeping and backing. Crews continue to mop up and patrol and all threats have been reduced. Unified Command: California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) and CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

09/03/2020 1900

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 450 acres timber, 25% contained. Moderate fire behavior reported with structures still threatened. Threats to Critical Coho, Steelhead habitat and Spotted Owl habitat, cultural and historic sites, and to the Trinity Alps Wilderness. Fire burning in steep rugged terrain.

09/03/2020 1900

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,704 acres grass and brush, 71% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed. Evacuation Orders remain for the Silver Hills area and Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Hwy 1. Threats to protected and endangered species habitat, and to Iverson Park, Silver Hills and Drakes View water supply. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

09/03/2020 1900 CA-PNF North Complex 36,521 acres grass, brush and timber 42% contained. Evacuation Warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, the Union Pacific railroad, and to the Pacific Crest Trail. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Hand crews from Canada have been assigned. Active large fires in the complex: Bear Fire: 12,005 acres, 31% contained, Claremont Fire: 24,367acres, 49% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) assigned, will assume command today at 1800. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
09/03/2020 1900 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 64,684 acres grass, brush and timber, 45% contained. Large fires in the complex: Elkhorn fire 45,075 acres, 45% contained, Ivory fire 16,100 acres, 90% contained, 1-12 fire 947 acres, 75% contained, 1-13 fire 1 acre, 98% contained, Potters (5-4) fire 927 acres, 98% contained, BTU Lightning (5-6) fire 261 acres, 98% contained, 2-24 fire 285 acres, 98% contained, 1-2 fire 94 acres, 98% contained, 1-7 fire 175 acres, 95% contained, 1-8 fire 92 acres, 97% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are burning in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
09/03/2020 1900

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 391,578 acres, grass and brush, 80% contained. A majority of the structure threats have been mitigated with Evacuation Orders remaining in the San Antonio Rd area. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites and watershed. Highway 130 is closed with road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/03/2020 1900 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 86% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Repopulation plan has been implemented for selected areas. Threats exist to community of Angwin, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures including Highway 121 and 128 are closed. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
09/03/2020 1900 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 86,102 acres, brush and timber, 51% contained. Unburned interior islands continue to burn. Continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation continues where safely possible. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified, and is representing the other Incident Commanders.
09/03/2020 1900 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 30,848 acres brush and timber 32% contained. Active fire behavior reported and spotting challenges firefighting efforts. Continued fire spread to the west will threaten the community of Hoopa and further fire spread to the NE will threaten the community of Forks of Salmon and surrounding rural areas. Structures remain threatened. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 29,991 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
09/03/2020 1900 CA-MNF August Complex: 298,269 acres grass, brush and timber, 23% contained. Active fire behavior with some short range spotting. Threat remains to structures and Evacuation Orders Remain in effect. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, and the Eel river and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors. Glade, Hull and Tatham Fires merged with Doe Fire. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 258,192 acres, 23% contained, Hull: 13,177 acres, 10% contained, Tatham: 15,594 acres 9% contained, Hopkins: 10,202 acres, 0% contained, Willow Basin: 1,033 acres, 0% contained. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
09/03/2020 1900 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 84,817 acres grass and brush, 94% contained. Interior pockets of fuel continue to burn. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
09/03/2020 1900

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,570 acres grass, brush and timber, 71% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering, creeping and backing and crews continue to mop up and patrol. Unified Command: California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) and CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

09/03/2020 1315

The National Weather Service-Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning For a large portion of Modoc County in effect from 1400 Friday to 2000 Friday for gusty winds and low humidity. Please see the link for further details.Link

09/03/2020 0730

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 450 acres timber, 10% contained. Crews continue preparation for firing operations. The fire burning in steep terrain and structures are threatened. Threats to Critical Coho, Steelhead habitat, Spotted Owl habitat, cultural and historic sites. And to Trinity Alps Wilderness.

09/03/2020 0730

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,626 acres grass and brush, 57% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight. Evacuation Orders remain for the Silver Hills area and the Evacuation Warning was lifted for Olema, Inverness, Drakes View, and Five Brooks. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Hwy 1. Threats to protected and endangered species habitat, and to Iverson Park, Silver Hills and Drakes View water supply. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

09/03/2020 0730 CA-PNF North Complex 36,491 acres grass, brush and timber 42% contained. The Bear fire is threatening the communities near Bucks Lake and Evacuation Warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70,Union Pacific railroad , and to the Pacific Crest Trail. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. Active large fires in the complex: Bear Fire: 12,005 acres, 31% contained, Claremont Fire: 24,364 acres, 49% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) assigned, will assume command today at 1800. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
09/03/2020 0730 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 64,109 acres grass, brush and timber, 45% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed overnight. Large fires in the complex: Elkhorn fire 44,500 acres, 45% contained, Ivory fire 16,100 acres, 90% contained, 1-12 fire 947 acres, 68% contained, 1-13 fire 1 acre, 98% contained, Potters (5-4) fire 927 acres, 98% contained, BTU Lightning (5-6) fire 261 acres, 98% contained, 2-24 fire 285 acres, 98% contained, 1-2 fire 94 acres, 98% contained, 1-7 fire 175 acres, 91% contained, 1-8 fire 92 acres, 96% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
09/03/2020 0730

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 391,578 acres, grass and brush, 78% contained. Large fire in the complex: Canyon/Reservoir fires 388,474 acres, 78% contained. Continues threat to structures with damage inspection ongoing and a repopulation plan has been implemented. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites and watershed. Highway 130 is closed with road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/03/2020 0730 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 81% contained. Large fire in the complex: Hennessey 317,909 acres, 78% contained, Wallbridge 54,940 acres, 88% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place and damage inspection is ongoing. Repopulation plan has been implemented for selected areas. Threats exist to community of Angwin, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures including Highway 121 and 128 are closed. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
09/03/2020 0730 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 85,746 acres, brush and timber, 48% contained. Continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation plan has been implemented for select areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Dairies National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area including State Route 1 and 9. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District and Felton Fire Protection District.
09/03/2020 0730 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 30,690 acres brush and timber 35% contained. The Hoopa Valley Reservation is threatened and further fire spread to the NE will threaten the community of Forks of Salmon and surrounding rural areas. Structures continue to be threatened. Threats remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in are in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 29,833 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
09/03/2020 0730 CA-MNF August Complex: 287,106 acres grass, brush and timber, 23% contained. Active overnight fire behavior with poor humidity recoveries. Threat remains to structures and Evacuation Orders Remain in effect. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands, Ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, and to the Eel River and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors. The Glade, Hull and Tatham Fires have merged with Doe Fire. Active large fires within the complex: Doe/Glade: 247,844 acres, 23% contained, Hull: 13,177 acres, 10% contained, Tatham: 15,594 acres 9% contained, Hopkins: 9,402 acres, 0% contained, Willow Basin: 1,018 acres, 0% contained. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
09/03/2020 0730 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 84,817 acres grass and brush, 89% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
09/03/2020 0730

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,570 acres grass, brush and timber, 71% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight with smoldering, creeping and backing. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system and multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, to protected and endangered species, and to critical Sage Grouse habitat. Crews continue to mop up and patrol. Unified Command: California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) and CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

09/02/2020 1830

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 450 acres timber, 0% contained. Structures are threatened in the area. Threat to wildlife habitat and cultural and historic sites.

09/02/2020 1830

CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 63,609 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 42% contained. Moderate fire behavior with torching. Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Threats to structures, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timberlands, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in Unified Command.

09/02/2020 1830

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,570 acres grass, brush and timber, 71% contained. Fire behavior is isolated to interior pockets of fuels.  The threat to structures has been greatly reduced. Crews continue to strengthen control lines and mop up. California Type 2 IMT 10 (Dalrymple) assigned and assumed command at 1800.

09/02/2020 1830

CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 85,647 acres, brush and timber, 47% contained. Repopulation continues for select areas. Threats exist to numerous communities with Evacuation Warnings and Order still in place.  BLM Cicone-Coastal Dairies National Monument, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area including State Route 1 and 9 which are closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District and Felton Fire Protection District.

09/02/2020 1830

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 391,578 acres, grass and brush, 76% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported. Continued threat to structures with evacuation Orders and Warnings remaining in place. Repopulation continues where safely possible. Threats exist to numerous communities, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed as well as other road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/02/2020 1830

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 29,675 acres brush and timber 35% contained. Fire behavior remained active today burning to the west. Continued fire spread to the west will threaten the Hoopa Valley Reservation and community of Hoopa. Further fire spread to the NE will threaten the community of Forks of Salmon and surrounding rural area. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.

09/02/2020 1830

CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 78% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in place. Threats exist to numerous communities, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Hwy 128 and 121 are closed. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.

09/02/2020 1830

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,626 acres grass and brush, 57% contained. The marine layer reduced fire activity today. Evacuation Orders remain for the Silver Hills area. Evacuation Warnings in place for Olema, Inverness and Sea Haven. Area closures remain for the Point Reyes National Seashore. Threats to protected and endangered species habitat, and historical sites. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

09/02/2020 1830

CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 84,817 acres grass and brush, 89% contained. Fire behavior is isolated to interior pockets of fuel. Suppression repair has begun. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.

09/02/2020 1830

CA-PNF North Complex 35,560 acres grass, brush and timber 36% contained. The Clairmont fires threat to the communities of Quincy, La Porte and Spring Garden has been greatly reduced. Evacuation warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, Union Pacific railroad, and to the Pacific Crest Trail. Road, area and trail closures in effect. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) assigned, in brief 9/2. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.

09/02/2020 1830

CA-MNF August Complex: 287,106 acres grass, brush and timber, 23% contained. Fire behavior remains active with primary growth to the west. The 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion of the US Army has been assigned. Threat to remains to structures and evacuation orders remain in effect. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands, Ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites, critical wildlife habitat, and to Eel River and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.

09/02/2020 1315 The National Weather Service - Medford has issued a Fire Weather Watch for a large portion of Modoc County and part of Siskiyou County for gusty winds and low humidity from Friday afternoon through Friday evening. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link
09/02/2020 0645 CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 150 acres timber, 10% contained. Structures remain threatened. Threats to Critical Coho and winter run Steelhead habitat, cultural and historic sites, and to the Trinity Alps Wilderness.
09/02/2020 0635 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 62,109 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 40% contained. Moderate fire behavior with torching. Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Threats to structures, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timberlands, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are located in remote areas with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in Unified Command.
09/02/2020 0635 CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,522 acres grass, brush and timber, 71% contained. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system, multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, protected and endangered species, and to critical Sage Grouse habitat. Crews continue to strengthen control lines and mop up. California Type 2 IMT 10 (Dalrymple) assigned.. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.
09/02/2020 0630 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 85,467 acres, brush and timber, 46% contained. There is a continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders remain in place. A repopulation plan has been implemented for select areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, BLM Cicone-Coastal Dairies National Monument, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area including State Route 1 and 9 which are closed. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District and Felton Fire Protection District.
09/02/2020 0625 CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 391,578 acres, grass and brush, 72% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation warnings remain in place. Repopulation continues where safely possible. Threats exist to numerous communities, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed as well as other road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.
09/02/2020 0625 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 76% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. A repopulation plan has been implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
09/02/2020 0625 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 28,195 acres brush and timber 42% contained. Further spread to the west will threaten the Hoopa Valley Reservation. Further fire spread to the NE will threaten the community of Forks of Salmon and surrounding rural areas and structures are threatened. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 25,798 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
09/02/2020 0620 CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,538 acres grass and brush, 41% contained. Active fire behavior with flanking backing and creeping. Evacuation Orders remain for the Silver Hills area, Inverness and Sea Haven. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Hwy 1. Threats to protected and endangered species habitat, Iverson Park, Silver Hills and Drakes View water supply. Road, area and trail closures in effect and smoke continues to impact the surrounding areas. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.
09/02/2020 0620 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 84,801 acres grass and brush, 81% contained. Blue Lake area remains closed. Threat remains to Critical Greater Sage Grouse Habitat. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
09/02/2020 0615 CA-PNF North Complex 34,935 acres grass, brush and timber 38% contained. Clairmont fire continues to threaten areas of Quincy, Sloat, Greenhorn and Cromberg. The Bear fire is threatening communities near Bucks Lake. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. The Evacuation Orders for the Clairmont fire have been reduced to Warnings. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, Union Pacific railroad, and to the Pacific Crest Trail. Road, area and trail closures in effect. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) assigned, in brief 9/2. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
09/01/2020 1915

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 100 acres timber, 0% contained. Structures remain threatened. Threats to Critical Coho and winter run Steelhead habitat, cultural and historic sites, and to the Trinity Alps Wilderness. The fire is burning in inventoried Roadless and Late Successional Reserve.

09/01/2020 1915

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,538 acres grass and brush, 41% contained. Active fire behavior with flanking backing and creeping. Evacuation Orders remain for the Silver Hills area, Olema, Inverness and Sea Haven. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Hwy 1. Threats to protected and endangered species habitat, Iverson Park, Silver Hills and Drakes View water supply. Road, area and trail closures in effect and smoke continues to impact the surrounding areas. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

09/01/2020 1915 CA-PNF North Complex 33,925 acres grass, brush and timber 37% contained. Moderate fire behavior with uphill runs, spotting and single tree torching. Clairmont fire continues to threaten areas of Quincy, Sloat, Greenhorn and Cromberg. The Bear fire is threatening communities near Bucks Lake and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, Union Pacific railroad, and to the Pacific Crest Trail. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Active large fires in the complex: Bear Fire: 10,170 acres, 14% contained, Claremont Fire: 22,892 acres, 59% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) assigned, in brief 9/2. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
09/01/2020 1915 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 61,609 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 40% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Threats to structures, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timberlands, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are located in remote areas with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in Unified Command.
09/01/2020 1915

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 391,150 acres, grass and brush, 72% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders remain in place. Repopulation continues where safely possible. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed as well as other road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/01/2020 1915 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 74% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. A repopulation plan has been implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
09/01/2020 1915 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 85,378 acres, brush and timber, 45% contained. There is a continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders remain in place. A repopulation plan has been implemented for select areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Dairies National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area including State Route 1 and 9 which are closed. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District and Felton Fire Protection District.
09/01/2020 1915 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 26,605 acres brush and timber 42% contained. Active fire behavior with uphill runs, flanking and torching. Hoopa Valley Reservation is threatened. Further fire spread to the NE will threaten the community of Forks of Salmon and surrounding rural areas and structures are threatened. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 25,798 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
09/01/2020 1915 CA-MNF August Complex: 261,204 acres grass, brush and timber, 20% contained. Active fire behavior with uphill runs, torching and flanking. Threat to remains to structures and evacuation orders remain in effect. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands, Ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites, critical wildlife habitat, and to Eel River and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 223,310 acres, 23% contained, Glade: Merged with Doe fire, Hopkins: 8,096 acres, 0% contained, Tatham: 15,594 acres, 9% contained, Willow Basin: 958 acres, 0% contained, Hull: 13,177 acres, 10% contained. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
09/01/2020 1915 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 84,801 acres grass and brush, 57% contained. Moderate fire behavior with uphill runs, single tree torching and flanking. Blue Lake area remains closed. Threat remains to Critical Greater Sage Grouse Habitat. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
09/01/2020 1915

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,522 acres grass, brush and timber, 64% contained. Minimal fire behavior with smoldering, creeping and backing. There is a significant reduction in the threat to Susanville and surrounding communities. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system, multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, protected and endangered species, and to critical Sage Grouse habitat. Crews continue to strengthen control lines and mop up. California Type 2 IMT 10 (Dalrymple) assigned in briefed today. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

09/01/2020 1225

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 100 acres timber, 0% contained. Rapid rate of spread. Structures remain threatened with powerlines down. Fire located approximately 1 mile from Trinity Alps Wilderness.

09/01/2020 0830

CA-SHF HOBO FIRE: 40 acres timber, 0% contained. Started at 0130 this morning and is located approximately 10 miles North of Helena near Barney Gulch. Rapid rate of spread with structures threatened and powerlines down. Current weather; 68 degrees, 35% RH, wind SW @ 0-4 mph. MAP

09/01/2020 0730

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,499 acres, grass and brush, 25% contained. Reduced overnight fire behavior due to marine layer. Evacuation Orders remain for the Silver Hills area. Evacuation Warning remains for Olema, Inverness, and Sea Haven. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Highway 1. Threats to protected and endangered species habitat, Iverson Park, Silver Hills, and Drakes View water supply. Road, area, and trail closures in effect. Smoke continues to impact the surrounding areas. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in command.

09/01/2020 0730 CA-PNF North Complex 33,202 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 38% contained. Overnight fire behavior moderated with creeping and backing. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Clairmont fires continues to threaten areas of Quiny, Sloat, Greenhorn, and Cromberg. Bear fire threatens communities near Bucks Lake. There are threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites, and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. There are road, area, and trail closures in effect. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) assigned, in brief 9/2. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
09/01/2020 0730 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 60,104 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 42% contained. Moderate fire behavior with torching. Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. 11 single residences and 3 nonresidential commercial properties, and 2 outbuildings destroyed. Damage inspection is on-going. Threats to structures, exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timberlands, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are located in remote areas with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in Unified Command.
09/01/2020 0730

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 390,157 acres, grass and brush, 70% contained. Canyon/Reservoir fires 390,053 acres, 65% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Damage inspection is ongoing and the repopulation plan has been implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed as well as other road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

09/01/2020 0730 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 69% contained. Large fires within the complex: Hennessey 317,909 acres, 68% contained, Wallbridge 54,940 acres, 73% contained, Meyers 2,360 acres, 100% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Damage inspection is ongoing and a repopulation plan has been implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
09/01/2020 0730 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 85,218 acres, brush and timber, 43% contained. There is a continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders remain in place. A repopulation plan has been implemented for select areas and damage inspection is ongoing. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Dairies National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area including State Route 1 and 9 which are closed. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District and Felton Fire Protection District.
09/01/2020 0730 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 26,605 acres, brush and timber, 42% contained. Fire behavior was minimal on most portions of the fire. Further fire spread to the NE will threaten the community of Forks of Salmon and surrounding rural areas. Threats to structures, cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest, tribal timberlands, and trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
09/01/2020 0730 CA-MNF August Complex: 242,941 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 20% contained. Active fire behavior with flanking and backing. Evacuation Orders remain in effect. There are threats to structures, private and federal timberlands, ranchlands, powerlines, communication infrastructure, numerous historic sites, and critical wildlife habitat. Road, area, and trail closures in effect. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) in command.
09/01/2020 0730 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 80,974 acres, grass and brush, 57% contained. Crews continue to hold and improve lines. Blue Lake area remains closed. The threats to Critical Greater Sage Grouse Habitat remain. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
09/01/2020 0730

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,552 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 64% contained. Minimal overnight fire behavior with smoldering, creeping, and backing. There is a significant reduction in the threat to Susanville and surrounding communities. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system, and multiple watersheds threatened, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural, and ceremonial sites, protected and endangered species, Critical Sage Grouse habitat. Crews continue to strengthen control lines and mop up. California Type 2 IMT 10 (Dalrymple) assigned in brief today. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

08/31/2020 1950 CA-MNF August Complex: 242,941 acres grass, brush and timber, 20% contained. Fire behavior was active today along the perimeters of all fires within the complex. Threat to remains to structures with Evacuation Orders remaining in effect. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, and to numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Active large fires within the complex: Glade merged with Doe: 205,714 acres, 59% contained, Glade: 0 acres, Hopkins: 7,472acres, 0% contained, Tatham: 15,594 acres, 9% contained, Willow Basin: 915 acres, 0% contained, Hull: 13,177 acres, 10% contained. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
08/31/2020 1940 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 24,495 acres brush and timber 42% contained. Active fire behavior reported today with torching and spotting observed. The Red Flag warning has expired. Further fire spread to the NE will threaten the community of Forks of Salmon and surrounding rural areas with structures threatened. Threats remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands. And to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 23,668 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
08/31/2020 1910 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 85,060 acres, brush and timber, 41% contained. Active fire behavior observed today. Firing operations are underway in the northern zone to support containment lines. Crews are actively working to mitigate current structure threat within communities. Evacuation Orders remain in place with a repopulation plan implemented for select areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Dairies National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area and State Route 1 and 9 are closed. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District and Felton Fire Protection District.
08/31/2020 1900 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 66% contained. Fire behavior remained active today with short range spotting and uphill runs. Large fires in the complex: Hennessey 317,909 acres, 64% contained, Wallbridge 54,940 acres, 70% contained, Meyers 2,360 acres, 99% contained. Continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings remaining in place. Repopulation plan implemented for limited number of areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
08/31/2020 1850 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 59,604 acres grass, brush and timber, 40% contained. Fires remained active today. The Evacuation Warning was lifted for areas of west of Skyway from Humbug Summit Rd., south to Rd. 210B and all areas west to Thatcher Ridge. Larger fires in the complex: Elkhorn fire 39,995 acres, 40% contained, Ivory fire 16,100 acres, 90% contained, 1-12 fire 947 acres, 60% contained, Potters (5-4) fire 927 acres, 98% contained, BTU Lightning (5-6) fire 261 acres, 97% contained, 2-24 fire 285 acres, 98% contained, 1-2 fire 94 acres, 95% contained, 1-7 fire 175 acres, 85% contained, 1-8 fire 92 acres, 92% contained. Damage inspection is ongoing. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
08/31/2020 1835

CA-PNF Sheep Fire:

29,522 acres grass, brush and timber, 64% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed today. There is a significant reduction in the threat to Susanville and surrounding communities. Continued threats to powerlines, municipal water system and multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, protected and endangered species, and to critical Sage Grouse habitat. California Type 2 IMT 10 (Dalrymple) assigned in brief 9/1. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.
08/31/2020 1820 CA-PNF North Complex 32,748 acres grass, brush and timber 37% contained. Active fire behavior with torching and spotting observed today. Clairmont fire continues to threaten areas of Quincy, Sloat, Greenhorn and Cromberg. The Bear Fire threatens communities near Bucks Lake. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites , protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed, and the Union Pacific railroad, Road, area and trail closures in effect. Active large fire the complex: Bear Fire: 9,716 acres, 10% contained, Claremont Fire: 22,892 acres, 59% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) assigned, in brief 9/2. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/31/2020 1810

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 387,157 acres, grass and brush, 65% contained. Canyon/Reservoir fires 38,053 acres, 65% contained. Continued threat to structures and Evacuation Orders and Warnings still in place. Repopulation is occuring for a limited number of areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

08/31/2020 1755

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,465 acres grass and brush, 25% contained, Fire behavior was active today. Community of Point Reyes Station threatened as fire continues to burn north. Evacuation Order remains for the Silver Hills area and Evacuation Warnings Remain for Olema, Inverness and Sea Haven. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Hwy 1. Threats to protected and endangered species, Iverson Park, Silver Hills and Drakes View water supply. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Smoke continues to impact surrounding areas. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

08/31/2020 1740 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 80,974 acres grass and brush, 57% contained. Fire behavior moderated today as interior fuels continue to burn out. All Evacuation Warnings have been lifted. Threat of fire spead beyond the perimiter is now minimal and containment lines are holding well. Crews are mopping up and building direct handline where nescessary to minimize threats to Critical Greater Sage Grouse Habitat. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
08/31/2020 0730

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,465 acres grass and brush, 17% contained, Fire behavior reduced overnight by marine layer. Evacuation Orders remains for the Silver Hills area and Evacuation Warnings Remain for Olema, Inverness and Sea Haven. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Hwy 1. Threats to protected and endangered species, Iverson Park, Silver Hills and Drakes View water supply. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

08/31/2020 0730 CA-PNF North Complex 32,490 acres grass, brush and timber 37% contained. Moderate overnight fire behavior with backing, creeping, smoldering. Clairmont fire continues to threaten areas of Quincy and surrounding rural structures and the Bear fire threatens communities near Bucks Lake. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites , protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed, and the Union Pacific railroad, Road, area and trail closures in effect. Active large fire the complex: Bear Fire: 9,570 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 22,780 acres, 59% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) assigned, in brief 9/2. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/31/2020 0730 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 59,229 acres grass, brush and timber, 40% contained. Larger fires in the complex: Elkhorn fire 39,620 acres, 40% contained, Ivory fire 16,100 acres, 90% contained, 1-12 fire 947 acres, 55% contained, 1-13 fire 1 acre, 92% contained, Potters (5-4) fire 927 acres, 97% contained, BTU Lightning (5-6) fire 261 acres, 97% contained, 2-24 fire 285 acres, 97% contained, 1-2 fire 94 acres, 92% contained, 1-7 fire 175 acres, 80% contained, 1-8 fire 92 acres, 90% contained. Moderate fire activity overnight with continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings in place. 10 single residences and 3 nonresidential commercial properties and 2 outbuildings destroyed with damage inspection on going. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
08/31/2020 0730

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 383,157 acres, grass and brush, 60% contained. Canyon/Reservoir fires 380,053 acres, 60% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation plan implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

08/31/2020 0730 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 63% contained. Large fires in the complex: Hennessey 317,909 acres, 62% contained, Wallbridge 54,940 acres, 64% contained, Meyers 2,360 acres, 99% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in place. Repopulation plan implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
08/31/2020 0730 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 84,860 acres, brush and timber, 39% contained. Active fire behavior observed overnight with a continued threat to structures and powerlines. Evacuation orders remain in place with a repopulation plan implemented for select areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Dairies National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area and State Route 1 and 9 are closed. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District and Felton Fire Protection District.
08/31/2020 0730 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 24,495 acres brush and timber 42% contained. Minimal overnight fire behavior reported. Red Flag warning in effect for gusty onshore winds and low RH. Further fire spread to the NE will threaten the community of Forks of Salmon and surrounding rural areas with structures threatened. Threats remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands. And to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 23,668 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
08/31/2020 0730 CA-MNF August Complex: 236,288 acres grass, brush and timber, 20% contained. Active fire behavior with Backing and flanking and crews conducted burn operations on Hull Fire. Threat to remains to structures with Evacuation Orders Remaining in effect. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, and to numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 177,536 acres, 59% contained, Glade: 25,358 acres, 0% contained, Hopkins: 6,902 acres, 0% contained, Tatham: 14,457 acres, 9% contained, Willow Basin: 857 acres, 0% contained, Hull: 11,109 acres, 10% contained. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
08/31/2020 0730 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 80,483 acres grass and brush, 54% contained. Active overnight fire behavior reported and crews continue to hold and improve line. Threats to rural structures and ranches, grazing allotments and timberlands, and to Critical Greater Sage Grouse Habitat. Evacuation Warning remains for Emerson Creek drainage area with closures issued to nearby campgrounds. Areas of the South Warner Wilderness closed near the fire. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
08/31/2020 0730

CA-PNF Sheep Fire:

29,527 acres grass, brush and timber, 38% contained. Moderate overnight fire behavior with backing, creeping, smoldering. Evacuation Warnings in place. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system and multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, protected and endangered species, and to critical Sage Grouse habitat. California Type 2 IMT 10 (Dalrymple) assigned in brief 9/1. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.
08/30/2020 1850 CA-PNF North Complex 31,578 acres grass, brush and timber 37% contained. Active fire behavior reported today with short range spotting observed. The Clairmont fire continues to threaten areas of and around Quincy. Bear fire threatens communities of Haskins Valley, Highlands Subdivison and Bucks Lake. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, historical and Maidu cultural site, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, and the Union Pacific railroad. Active large fire the complex: Bear Fire: 9,056 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 22,382 acres, 59% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) scheduled to inbrief 9/2. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/30/2020 1830 CA-MNF August Complex: 236,288 acres grass, brush and timber, 20% contained. Threat to structures continue with evacuation orders remaining in place. Road, area and trail closures still in effect. Threats to private timber, ranchlands, powerlines, communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 177,536 acres, 59% contained, Glade: 25,358 acres, 0% contained, Hopkins: 6,902 acres, 0% contained, Tatham: 14,457 acres, 9% contained, Willow Basin: 857 acres, 0% contained, Hull: 11,109 acres, 10% contained. Fires have closed the Mendocino N.F. to hunters during archery and rifle seasons. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
08/30/2020 1825

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 378,157 acres, grass and brush, 55% contained. Fireing operations are continuing with favorable weather conditions. There is a continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Repopulation plan being implemented for select areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, a natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water projects, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 along with many roads and trails are closed. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

08/30/2020 1820 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 58% contained. The fire remained active today. Continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Repopulation has begun in select areas of Yolo, Sonoma, Napa Solano and Lake Counties. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.
08/30/2020 1815 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 80,483 acres grass and brush, 54% contained. Active fire behavior was observed today. Threat to structures and ranches with Evacuation Warnings in place for the Emerson Creek drainage area. Closures issued in the fire area, nearby roads and campgrounds. Threats remain to grazing allotments and timberlands, to prehistoric and cultural resources, and to critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. Areas of the South Warner Wilderness closed near the fire. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
08/30/2020 1810

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,517 acres grass, brush and timber, 38% contained. All Mandatory Evacuation Orders have been downgraded or lifted as of 1500 today. Evacuation Warnings remain in place for many areas. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system and multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, protected and endangered species, and to critical Sage Grouse habitat. California Type 2, Team 10 (Darylmple) inbriefs tomorrow at 9/1 at 1300. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

08/30/2020 1805 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 59,154 acres grass, brush and timber, 40% contained. Continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
08/30/2020 1800 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 23,969 acres brush and timber 42% contained. There is a Red Flag Warning in place over the fire area. Fire remained active today. Structures continue to be threatened. If the fire continues to spread to the northeast there will be a threat to the Forks of the Salmon community and surrounding rural areas. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 23,162 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
08/30/2020 1745 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 84,740 acres, brush and timber, 37% contained. Ben Lamond Evacuation Orders were lifted today with repoplulaton in progress for select areas. Many Evacuation Orders still remain in place. Threat remains to structures, powerlines, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Daires National Monument. Multiple highway, roads and trails including Highway 1 and State Route 9 are closed. Limited access and steep terrain are hampering suppression efforts. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District, Felton Fire Protection District and BLM – Central California District.
08/30/2020 1730

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 3,269 acres grass and brush, 17% contained. Evacuation Orders remain for the Silver Hills area. Evacuation Warnings in place for the communities of Olema, Iverness, Iverness Park and Sea Haven. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Highway 1. Threats remains to strucutures, communication and transportation infastructure as well as threatened and endangered species. Multiple road, area and trail closures are in effect. Smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

08/30/2020 0900

The National Weather Service: Eureka Has issued a Red Flag Warning for the Upper Smith – Lower and Middle Klamath areas above 1,500ft from later today through Monday Morning for Gusty NE Winds and low RH recoveries. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

08/30/2020 0850 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 84,640 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. The fire was active overnight. Repopulation plan is being implemented for select areas. However, many Evacuation orders remain in place. Threat remains to structures, powerlines, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Daires National Monument. Multiple highways, roads and trails including Highway 1, State Route 9 and 236 are closed. Limited access and steep terrain are hampering suppression efforts. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District, Felton Fire Protection District and BLM – Central California District.
08/30/2020 0850 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 58,654 acres grass, brush and timber, 39% contained. Continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
08/30/2020 0845 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 375,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 56% contained. The fire burned atively overnight. Continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Repopulation has begun in select areas of Yolo, Sonoma, Napa Solano and Lake Counties. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.
08/30/2020 0845

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 377,471 acres, grass and brush, 50% contained. The fire burned actively overnight. There is a continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Repopulation plan being implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, a natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water projects, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 along with many roads and trails are closed. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

08/30/2020 0840 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 23,969 acres brush and timber 42% contained. The increase in RH overnight decreased the fire behavior. Structures continue to be threatened. If the fire continues to spread to the northeast there will be a threat to the Forks of the Salmon community and surrounding rural areas. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 23,162 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
08/30/2020 0830

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 3,269 acres grass and brush, 15% contained. Evacuation Orders remain for the Silver Hills area. Evacuation Warnings in place for the communities of Olema, Iverness and Sea Haven. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Highway 1. Threats remain to threatened and endangered species. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

08/29/2020 1850

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 376,471 acres, grass and brush, 45% contained. There is a continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Repopulation plan being implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, a natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water projects, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 along with many roads and trails are closed. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

08/29/2020 1840 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 373,920 acres grass, brush and timber, 55% contained. Active fire behavior was observed again today. Continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Repopulation has begun in select areas of Yolo, Sonoma, Napa Solano and Lake Counties. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.
08/29/2020 1835 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 58,404 acres grass, brush and timber, 37% contained. Active fire behavior observed today. Continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
08/29/2020 1825 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 74,819 acres grass and brush, 53% contained. Active fire behavior was observed today. Threat to structures and ranches with Evacuation Warnings in place for the Emerson Creek drainage area. Closures issued in the fire area, nearby roads and campgrounds. Threats remain to grazing allotments and timberlands, to prehistoric and cultural resources, and to critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. Areas of the South Warner Wilderness closed near the fire. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
08/29/2020 1815 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 22,446 acres brush and timber 42% contained. Active fire behavior was observed today. Structures continue to be threatened. If the fire continues to spread to the northeast there will be a threat to the Forks of the Salmon community. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 21,636 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
08/29/2020 1810 CA-MNF August Complex: 221,284 acres grass, brush and timber, 18% contained. Threat to structures continue with evacuation orders remaining in place. Road, area and trail closures still in effect. Threats to private timber, ranchlands, powerlines, communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 172,526 acres, 59% contained, Glade: 20,633 acres, 0% contained, Hopkins: 5,480 acres, 0% contained, Tatham: 11,549 acres, 9% contained, Willow Basin: 829 acres, 0% contained, Hull: 10,198 acres, 10% contained. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
08/29/2020 1805 CA-PNF North Complex 30,387 acres grass, brush and timber 37% contained. Active fire behavior reported today with short range spotting observed from the Bear Fire. The Clairmont fire continues to threaten areas of and around Quincy and the Bear fire threatens communities near Bucks Lake. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, historical and Maidu cultural site, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, and the Union Pacific railroad. Active large fire the complex: Bear Fire: 8,302 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 21,945 acres, 59% contained. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/29/2020 1800

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,517 acres grass, brush and timber, 38% contained. Some Evacuation Orders were downgraded to Warnings. Evacuation Orders remain in place for areas of Cheney Creek Rd. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system and multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, protected and endangered species, and to critical Sage Grouse habitat. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

08/29/2020 1745

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 3,072 acres grass and brush, 15% contained. Fire behavior was active today especially in those areas outside of the marine layer. Fire spread continues North towards the communities of Olema, Silver Hills and Point Reyes Station. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Threats to protected and endangered species, FAA communication VOR infrastructure, Dairy Ranches, and National Historic District. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

08/29/2020 1730 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 84,338 acres, brush and timber, 33% contained. Fire behavior remained active today. Evacuation orders were lifted for Felton and Davenport with repopulation occuring. However, Evacuation orders remain in place for many areas. Threat remains to structures, powerlines, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Daires National Monument. Multiple highways, roads and trails including Highway 1, State Route 9 and 236 which are closed. Limited access and steep terrain are hampering suppression efforts. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District, Felton Fire Protection District and BLM – Central California District.
08/29/2020 0920

The National Weather Service: Eureka Has issued a Fire Weather Watch for the Upper Smith – Lower Klamath areas above 1,500ft from Sunday afternoon through Monday Morning for Gusty NE Winds and low RH recoveries. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link

08/29/2020 0915 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 373,324 acres grass, brush and timber, 41% contained. Fire remained active overnight. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation plan implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.
08/29/2020 0900 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 57,359 acres grass, brush and timber, 35% contained. Moderated fire behavior observed overnight. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
08/29/2020 0850 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 83,335 acres, brush and timber, 29% contained. Active fire behavior overnight. Continued threat to structures and powerlines. Evacuation orders remain in place. Threats exist to, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Daires National Monument. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area including State Route 1, 9 and 35 are closed. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District, Felton Fire Protection District and BLM – Central California District.
08/29/2020 0845

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,917 acres grass, brush and timber, 38% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight. Some Evacuation Orders were downgraded to warnings overnight. Evacuation Orders remain in place for areas of Cheney Creek Rd. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system and multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, protected and endangered species, and to critical Sage Grouse habitat. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

08/29/2020 0830 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 23,221 acres brush and timber 42% contained. Firing and holding operations continued overnight. Structures threatened. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 22,414 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
08/29/2020 0820 CA-PNF North Complex 27,962 acres grass, brush and timber 37% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight. The Clairmont fire continues to threaten areas of and around Quincy and the Bear fire threatens communities near Bucks Lake. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, historical and Maidu cultural site, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, and the Union Pacific railroad. Active large fire the complex: Bear Fire: 6,578 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 21,134 acres, 59% contained. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/29/2020 0815 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 72,196 acres grass and brush, 45% contained. Overnight humidity recoveries allowed for successful burn operations. Threat to structures and ranches and evacuation warnings issued for Eagleville and Emerson Creek drainage. Closures issued to nearby campgrounds with road and area closures in area. Threats remain to grazing allotments and timberlands, to prehistoric and cultural resources, and to critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. Areas of the South Warner Wilderness closed near the fire. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
08/28/2020 1830

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 3,072 acres grass and brush, 10% contained. Burn out operations have been successful with areas of decreased fire behavior due to the marine layer. Fire spread continues towards the community of Point Reyes with evacuation order and warnings in place. Threats to protected and endangered species, FAA communication VOR infrastructure, Dairy Ranches, and National Historic District. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

08/28/2020 1830 CA-PNF North Complex 27,857 acres grass, brush and timber 25% contained. The Bear and Clairmont fires continue to exhibit active burning conditions and spotting, the Clairmont fire continues to threaten areas of and around Quincy and the Bear fire threatens communities near Bucks Lake. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, historical and Maidu cultural site, protected and endangered species, Upper Feather River Watershed, and the Union Pacific railroad. Active large fire the complex: Bear Fire: 6,583 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 21,134 acres, 46% contained. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/28/2020 1830

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres, 100% contained. Last report unless significant activity occurs.

08/28/2020 1830 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 57,209 acres grass, brush and timber, 35% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Repopulation is occurring where safely possible. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
08/28/2020 1830

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 374,471 acres, grass and brush, 40% contained. Minimal overnight humidity recovery resulted in active daytime burning conditions. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation plan implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed with road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

08/28/2020 1830 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 372,344 acres grass, brush and timber, 35% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. With additional evacuations in progress. Repopulation plan implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.
08/28/2020 1830 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 83,133 acres, brush and timber, 27% contained. Active fire behavior overnight. Continued threat to structures and powerlines. Evacuation orders in place for 52,980 citizens for many communities in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties. Evacuation Orders were lifted where safely possible today. Threats exist to, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Daires National Monument. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area including State Route 1, 9 and 35 are closed. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District, Felton Fire Protection District and BLM – Central California District.
08/28/2020 1830 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 22,446 acres brush and timber 42% contained. Fire continues to burn actively to the northeast and south. Structures threatened. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 21,639 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
08/28/2020 1830 CA-MNF August Complex: 215,588 acres grass, brush and timber, 18% contained. Smoky conditions moderated today’s fire behavior. Threat to structures remain and evacuation orders remain in place. Road, area and trail closures still in effect. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, and to numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 168,630 acres, 52% contained, Glade: 20,633 acres, 0% contained, Hopkins: 5,480 acres, 0% contained, Tatham: 10,679 acres, 9% contained, Willow Basin: 794 acres, 0% contained, Hull: 9,303 acres, 5% contained. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
08/28/2020 1830 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 72,196 acres grass and brush, 45% contained. Active burning and long range spotting reported today. Threat to structures and ranches and evacuation warnings issued for Eagleville and Emerson Creek drainage. Closures issued to nearby campgrounds with road and area closures in area. Threats remain to grazing allotments and timberlands, to prehistoric and cultural resources, and to critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. Areas of the South Warner Wilderness closed near the fire. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
08/28/2020 1830

CA-PNF Sheep Fire:

29,444 acres grass, brush and timber, 38% contained. Reduced fire behavior today with spotting in areas where recent firing operations occurred. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Repopulation is occurring where safely possible. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system and multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, protected and endangered species, and to critical Sage Grouse habitat. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.
08/28/2020 0700

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 3,072 acres grass and brush, 8% contained. Limited fire behavior where inversion set in overnight. Evacuation Order and Warning in place. Threats to protected and endangered species, FAA communication VOR infrastructure, Dairy Ranches, and to National Historic District. Road, area and trail closures in effect with smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

08/28/2020 0700 CA-PNF North Complex 27,962 acres grass, brush and timber 25% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight with a firing operation on the Claremont Fire. Threat remains to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, Historical and Maidu cultural site, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed, and the Union Pacific railroad. Active large fires the complex: Bear Fire: 6,578 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 21,244 acres, 46% contained. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/28/2020 0700

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres, brush and timber, 92% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight. Crews continue with suppression repair and mop up operations.

08/28/2020 0700 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 56,936 acres grass, brush and timber, 32% contained Large fires in the complex: Elkhorn fire 37,400 acres, 33% contained, Ivory fire 15,900 acres, 60% contained, 1-12 fire 1,050 acres, 40% contained, 1-13 fire 1 acre, 70% contained, Potters (5-4) fire 927 acres, 96% contained, Elk 727 acres, 100% contained, BTU Lightning (5-6) fire 261 acres, 95% contained, 2-24 fire 285 acres, 95% contained, 1-2 fire 94 acres, 80% contained, 1-7 fire 199 acres, 70% contained, 1-8 fire 92 acres, 90% contained. Moderate fire behavior with single tree torching observed overnight. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats exist to endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
08/28/2020 0700

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 372,971 acres, grass and brush, 35% contained. Large fires in the complex: Canyon/Reservoir fires 368,867 acres, 35% contained, Deer 3,104 acres, 100% contained. Active fire behavior with uphill runs and isolated torching observed overnight. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Repopulation plan implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed with road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

08/28/2020 0700 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 371,249 acres grass, brush and timber, 35% contained. Large fire in the complex: Hennessey 313,536 acres, 33% contained, Wallbridge 55,353 acres, 25% contained, Meyers 2,360 acres, 98% contained. Active fire behavior with uphill runs and short range spotting overnight. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. With additional evacuations in progress. Repopulation plan implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.
08/28/2020 0700 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 82,540 acres, brush and timber, 26% contained. Active fire behavior overnight. Continued threat to structures and powerlines. Evacuation orders in place for 52,980 citizens for many communities in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Daires National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area including State Route 1, 9 and 35 are closed. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District, Felton Fire Protection District and BLM – Central California District.
08/28/2020 0700 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 22,446 acres brush and timber 42% contained. Minimal fire activity and spread overnight. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 21,639 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
08/28/2020 0700 CA-MNF August Complex: 212,010 acres grass, brush and timber, 18% contained. Fire behavior was limited on most portions of the fires with some spread. Threat to structures remain and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place and road, area and trail closures are still in effect. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, and to numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 172,327 acres, 31% contained, Glade: 20,001 acres, 0% contained, Hopkins: 3,780 acres, 0% contained, Tatham: 9,050 acres, 11% contained, Willow Basin: 763 acres, 0% contained, Hull: 6,020 acres, 5% contained. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (Morales) is in Command.
08/28/2020 0700 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs:70,795 acres grass and brush, 41% contained. Active fire behavior with running, spotting flanking overnight. Threat to structures and ranches with evacuation warnings still in place. Closures issued to nearby campgrounds as well as road and area closures in the area. Threats remain to grazing allotments and timberlands, prehistoric and cultural resources, and to critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. Areas of the South Warner Wilderness closed near the fire. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
08/28/2020 0700

CA-PNF Sheep Fire:

29,410 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Moderate fire behavior with backing and creeping overnight. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders and warnings in place and repopulation occurring where safely possible. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system, multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, protected and endangered species, and to critical Sage Grouse habitat. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.
08/27/2020 1830

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,860 acres grass and brush, 8% contained. Active fire behavior with uphill runs, isolated torching and flanking today. Evacuation Order and Warning in place. Threats to protected and endangered species, FAA communication VOR infrastructure, Dairy Ranches, and National Historic District. Road, area and trail closures in effect with smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

08/27/2020 1830 CA-PNF North Complex 26,013 acres grass, brush and timber 21% contained. Active fire behavior with flanking, spotting and torching. Threat remains to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, historical and Maidu cultural site, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed, and the Union Pacific railroad. Active large fire the complex: Bear Fire: 5,176 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 20,697 acres, 21% contained. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/27/2020 1830

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres, brush and timber, 92% contained. Crews continue mop-up operations.

08/27/2020 1830 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 56,136 acres grass, brush and timber, 33% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in place. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Fire may potentially have future impacts to Hwy 36. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
08/27/2020 1830

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 369,471 acres, grass and brush, 35% contained. Firing operations were assisted by favorable winds. Repopulation is occurring where possible as other areas remain under Evacuation Orders and Warnings. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed with road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

08/27/2020 1830 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 369,935 acres grass, brush and timber, 35% contained. Repopulation is occurring where possible with areas remaining under Evacuation Orders and Warnings. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures in place. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.
08/27/2020 1830 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 81,479 acres brush and timber, 24% contained. A deeper marine layer has reduced fire activity for finer fuels. Larger fuels continue to burn actively. Continued structure threat with Evacuation Warnings and Orders in place. Fire continues to threaten the communities of Davenport, Felton and the Santa Cruz Landfill. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area and State Route 1, 9, 35 and 236 are closed. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz county Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District, Felton Fire Protection District and BLM – Central California District.
08/27/2020 1830 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 21,980 acres brush and timber 41% contained. Active fire behavior with uphill runs, flanking and torching today. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 21,173 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
08/27/2020 1830 CA-MNF August Complex: 212,010 acres grass, brush and timber, 18% contained. Moderate fire behavior with torching, backing and flanking today. Threat to structures remain with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, and numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 172,327 acres, 31% contained, Glade: 20,001 acres, 0% contained, Hopkins: 3,780 acres, 0% contained, Tatham: 9,050 acres, 11% contained, Willow Basin: 763 acres, 0% contained, Hull: 6,020 acres, 5% contained. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT (morales) is in Command.
08/27/2020 1830 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 70,795 acres grass and brush, 41% contained. Active fire behavior with wind driven runs, uphill runs and long-range spotting today. Threat to structures and ranches and Evacuation Warnings are in place. Closures issued to nearby campgrounds as well as road and area closures in the area. Threats remain to grazing allotments and timberlands, prehistoric and cultural resources, and to critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. Areas of the South Warner Wilderness closed near the fire. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
08/27/2020 1830 CA-SHF Spring Fire: 230 acres timber, 100% contained. Final report unless significant activity occurs.
08/27/2020 1830

CA-PNF Sheep Fire:

28,980 acres grass, brush and timber, 16% contained. Active fire behavior with spotting and torching. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders and warnings are in place. Repopulation occurring where safely possible. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system and multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, protected and endangered species, and critical Sage Grouse habitat threatened. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.
08/27/2020 1830

CA-NOD R-8 PINECONE FIRE: 567 acres, brush and grass, 100% contained. Final report unless significantactivity occurs.

08/27/2020 0700

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,860 acres grass and brush, 8% contained. Deeper marine layer resulted in moderated fire behavior overnight. Evacuation Order and Warning in place. Threats to protected and endangered species, FAA communication VOR infrastructure, Dairy Ranches, and National Historic District. Road, area and trail closures in effect and continued smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

08/27/2020 0700 CA-PNF North Complex 26,013 acres grass, brush and timber 21% contained. Active fire behavior observed overnight with single tree torching, spotting and backing. Threat remains to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, historical and Maidu cultural site, protected and endangered species, and to Upper Feather River Watershed. Highway 70 and Union Pacific railroad remain closed. Active large fires the complex: Bear Fire: 5,176 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 20,697 acres, 21% contained. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/27/2020 0700

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres, brush and timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight. 14 residential structures, 1 mixed commercial/residential structure and 6 outbuildings destroyed. Crew continue with suppression repair and mop up operations.

08/27/2020 0700 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 55,309 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Large fires in the complex: Elkhorn fire 36,500 acres, 30% contained, Ivory fire 15,900 acres, 60% contained, 1-12 fire, 1,050 acres, 40% contained, Potters (5-4) fire 927 acres, 96% contained, BTU Lightning (5-6) fire 261 acres, 95% contained, 2-24 fire 285 acres, 95% contained, 1-2 fire 94 acres, 80% contained, 1-7 fire 199 acres, 70% contained, 1-8 fire 92 acres, 90% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed overnight. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Damage inspection is ongoing. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
08/27/2020 0700

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 368,671 acres, grass and brush, 35% contained. Large fires in the complex: Canyon/Reservoir fires 365,567 acres, 35% contained, Deer 3,104 acres, 100% contained. Active fire behavior observed overnight with uphill runs and short range spotting. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. 20 residential structures and 17 outbuildings destroyed and 6 residential structures damaged with damage inspection is ongoing. Repopulation plan implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed with road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

08/27/2020 0700 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 368,868 acres grass, brush and timber, 33% contained. Large fires in the complex: Hennessey 311,222 acres, 33% contained, Wallbridge 55,353 acres, 19% contained, Meyers 2,360 acres, 97% contained. Active fire behavior observed overnight with uphill runs and short range spotting. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place with additional evacuations in progress. 715 residential, 1 multiple residences, 10 commercial structures and 354 outbuildings destroyed and 210 residences, 4 commercial and 58 outbuilding damaged and damage inspection is ongoing. Repopulation plan implemented for limited areas. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures in place. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.
08/27/2020 0700 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 81,333 acres, brush and timber, 21% contained. Active fire behavior observed overnight. Continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders are in place for 74,034 citizens for many communities in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties. 445 residential, 1 multiple residential, 50 commercial structures, and 150 outbuildings destroyed and 46 residences, 7 commercial and 16 outbuilding damaged with damage inspection is ongoing. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Daires National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area and State Route 1, 9, 35 and 236 are closed. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz county Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District, Felton Fire Protection District and BLM – Central California District.
08/27/2020 0700 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 21,980 acres brush and timber 42% contained. Minimal overnight fire behavior reported. Threats remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 21,173 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 (Hicks) in command.
08/27/2020 0700 CA-MNF August Complex: 200,465 acres grass, brush and timber, 17% contained. Reduced overnight fire behavior with increased RH. The Glad Fire and Tatham fire are expected to burn into the doe fire in the next few days. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place and road, area and trail closures remain in effect. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, and to numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety. Active large fires within the complex: Doe: 162,326 acres, 31% contained, Glade: 19,684 acres, 0% contained, Hopkins: 3,780 acres, 0% contained, Tatham: 8,958 acres, 11% contained, Willow Basin: 763 acres, 0% contained, Hull: 4,885 acres, 5% contained. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT will assume command at 0700. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
08/27/2020 0700 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 69,200 acres grass and brush, 36% contained. Threat remains to remote ranches and residential structures and evacuation orders remain in place. Closures issued to nearby campgrounds with road and area closures in area. Threats remains to grazing allotments and timberlands, prehistoric and cultural resources, and to critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. Areas of the South Warner Wilderness closed near the fire. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
08/27/2020 0700 CA-SHF Spring Fire: 230 acres timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported overnight. Threat remains to Deer Lick Springs Resort. Crews continue mop up with demob of excess resources.
08/27/2020 0700

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 28,903 acres grass, brush and timber, 16% contained. Moderated overnight fire behavior. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Repopulation occurring where safely possible. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system and multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, protected and endangered species, and to critical Sage Grouse habitat. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

08/27/2020 0700

CA-NOD R-8 PINECONE FIRE: 621 acres, brush and grass, 80% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight. Crews continue to strengthen control lines and mop up. Critical Sage Grouse habitat threatened.

  08/26/2020  1920  CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 69,200 acres grass and brush, 36% contained. Threat remains to remote ranches and residential structures with evacuation orders in place. Closures issued to nearby campgrounds with road and area closures in the area. Threats remain to grazing allotments and private timber, prehistoric and cultural resources, and to critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. South Warner Wilderness is closed. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in Command.
  08/26/2020  1920  CA-SHF Spring Fire: 230 acres timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported overnight. Evacuation Warning for Deer Lick Springs Resort. Threat to private timberlands and Deer Lick Springs Campground is closed.
  08/26/2020 1920    CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 28,980 acres grass, brush and timber, 16% contained. Fire behavior remained active today. Structures remain threatened with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system and multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, endangered species, and critical Sage Grouse habitat. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.
  08/26/2020 1920   CA-NOD R-8 PINECONE FIRE: 612 acres, brush and grass, 80% contained. Crews continue to make good progress in containment. Minimal fire behavior was reported for today. The decrease in acres was due to more accurate mapping.
  08/26/2020  1920  CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 81,137 acres, brush and timber, 21% contained. Fire continues to burn actively. There is a continued threat to the communities of Davenport, Felton, and the University of Santa Cruz. There are numerous road and trail closures in the area including State Route 1, 9, 35 and 236 are closed. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz county Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District, Felton Fire Protection District and BLM – Central California District.
  08/26/2020  1920   CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 21,584 acres brush and timber 42% contained. Fire continues to burn to the south and east. Western spread has been stopped. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Crews continue to mop up. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 assumed command today @ 1800
  08/26/2020 1920   CA-MNF August Complex: 200,465 acres grass, brush and timber, 17% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, and to numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT will transition 8/27 @ 0700. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
 08/26/2020  1920  CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 360,868 acres, grass, brush and timber, 33% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats to structures, numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, a natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Repopulation plan implemented for limited areas. There are multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.
 08/26/2020  1920  CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 367,371 acres, grass and brush, 30% contained. Fire activity increased through the day as humidity’s decreased. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats to structures, numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, multiple cites of critical infrastructure including; state water project, Alameda County water system, and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed, and there are other road and trail closures in the area. Repopulation plan implemented for limited areas. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.
 08/26/2020  1920   CA-BTU Butte/Tehama/Glenn Complex: 54,595 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area and the fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
 08/26/2020  1920  CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres, brush and timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior is observed. Crews continue with suppression repair and mop up operations.
 08/26/2020  1920  CA-PNF North Complex: 25,464 acres grass, brush and timber 6% contained. The Bear and Clairmont fire both burned actively today. Threat to structures in the East Quincy area, Bucks Lake area and communities of Sloat and Cromberg. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, historical and Maidu cultural site, protected and endangered species, and to Upper Feather River Watershed. Union Pacific railroad remains closed. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
 08/26/2020  1920  CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 47,029 acres, 100% contained.
 08/26/2020 1920   CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,860 acres grass and brush, 8% contained. Fire spread continues to the northwest and east. The fire is burning in old growth with areas of no known fire history. Evacuation Order and Warning in place. Threats to threatened and endangered species, FAA communication VOR infrastructure, Dairy Ranches, and National Historic District. Road, area and trail closures in effect with smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.
08/26/2020 0800

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,860 acres grass and brush, 5% contained. Overnight fire behavior moderated due to marine layer. The fire burning in old growth with areas of no known fire history. Evacuation Order and Warning in place. Threats to threatened and endangered species, FAA communication VOR infrastructure, Dairy Ranches, and National Historic District. Road, area and trail closures in effect with smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

08/26/2020 0800 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 47,029 acres grass and brush, 97% contained. Crews continue to mop up. Sierra Front Type 3 Team 1 in command.
08/26/2020 0800 CA-PNF North Complex 25,324 acres grass, brush and timber 6% contained. Active fire behavior, torching, spotting and wind driven runs observed overnight. Threat remains to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, historical and Maidu cultural site, protected and endangered species, and to Upper Feather River Watershed. Union Pacific railroad remains closed. Active large fire the complex: Bear Fire: 4,901 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 20,423 acres, 0% contained, Copper Fire: 65 acres, 100% contained. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/26/2020 0800

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres, brush and timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior is observed. 14 residential structures, 1 mix commercial/residential structure, and 6 outbuildings have been destroyed. Crews continue with suppression repair and mop up operations.

08/28/2020 0800 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 53,684 acres grass, brush and timber, 27% contained. Large fire in the complex: Elkhorn fire 35,000 acres, 25% contained, Ivory fire 15,800 acres, 18% contained, 1-12 fire, 1,011 acres, 30% contained, Potters (5-4) fire 927 acres, 95% contained, BTU Lightning (5-6) fire 261 acres, 90% contained, 2-24 fire 285 acres, 80% contained, 1-2 fire 140 acres, 62% contained, 1-7 fire 167 acres, 45% contained, 1-8 fire 92 acres, 60% contained, The Doe and Tatham fire SRA acres are accounted for within the Ivory fire. Moderate fire behavior observed overnight with a continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings in place. Damage inspection is on going. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area and the fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest are in unified command.
08/26/2020 0800

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 365,772 acres, grass and brush, 25% contained. Active fire behavior with uphill runs and isolated torching. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. 20 residential structures and 17 outbuildings have been destroyed. 6 residential structures have been damaged. Damage inspection in on-going. Threats to structures, numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, multiple cites of critical infrastructure including; state water project, Alameda County water system, and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed, and there are other road and trail closures in the area. Repopulation plan implemented for limited areas. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command.

08/26/2020 0800 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 357,046 acres, grass, brush and timber. Active fire behavior with uphill runs, torching and short crown runs. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. 715 residential, 1 multiple residences, 1 mixed commercial/residential, 9 commercial structures, and 252 outbuildings have been destroyed. 210 residences, 1 mixed commercial/residential, 3 commercial, and 42 outbuildings have been damaged. Damage inspection is on-going. Threats to structures, numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, a natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Repopulation plan implemented for limited areas. There are multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.
08/26/2020 0800 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 80,137 acres, brush and timber, 19% contained. Active fire behavior overnight with a continued threat to structures and powerlines. Evacuation orders in place for over 75,000 citizens for many communities in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties. 376 residential, 39 commercial structures and 122 outbuildings destroyed and 34 residences, 4 commercial and 13 outbuilding damaged. Damage inspection is ongoing. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Daires National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area including State Route 1, 9, 35 and 236 are closed. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz county Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District, Felton Fire Protection District and BLM – Central California District.
08/26/2020 0800 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 20,559 acres brush and timber 42% contained. Minimal overnight fire behavior reported. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 19,752 acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Crews continue to mop up. Great Basin Type 2, Team 5 will assume command today @ 1800. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
08/26/2020 0080 CA-MNF August Complex: 197,148 acres grass, brush and timber, 17% contained. Overnight fire behavior moderated. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place with an increasing threat to the community of Paskenta. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, and to numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety. Active large fires within the complex: Box: 51 acres, 100% contained, Doe: 160,326 acres, 31% contained, Glade: 18,367 acres, 0% contained, Hopkins: 3,780 acres, 0% contained, Tatham: 8,958 acres, 11% contained, Willow Basin: 763 acres, 0% contained, Hull: 4,885 acres, 5% contained. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT will transition 8/27 @ 0700. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
08/26/2020 0800 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 65,000 acres grass and brush, 15% contained. Active overnight fire behavior with running, spotting and torching reported. Threat remains to remote ranches and residential structures with evacuation orders in place. Closures issued to nearby campgrounds with road and area closures in the area. Threats remain to grazing allotments and private timber, prehistoric and cultural resources, and to critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. South Warner Wilderness is closed. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) and Modoc NF in Unified Command.
08/26/2020 0800 CA-SHF Spring Fire: 230 acres timber, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported overnight. Evacuation Warning for Deer Lick Springs Resort. Threat to private timberlands and Deer Lick Springs Campground is closed. Heavy mop up in steep terrain and the fire is located within 0.5 miles of The Chanchelulla Wilderness.
08/26/2020 0800

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 28,903 acres grass, brush and timber, 3% contained. Moderate fire behavior, flanking, backing and creeping observed overnight. Structures remain threatened with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system and multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, endangered species, and critical Sage Grouse habitat. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

08/26/2020 0800

CA-NOD R-8 PINECONE FIRE: 1,000 acres, brush and grass, 0% contained. Critical Sage Grouse habitat threatened.

08/25/2020 1930

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,739 acres grass and brush, 5% contained. Active fire behavior, short crown runs, group torching and spotting observed today. Fire is burning in old growth with areas of no known fire history. Evacuation Order and Warning in place. Threats to threatened and endangered species, FAA communication VOR infrastructure, dairy ranches, and National Historic District. Road, area and trail closures in effect with smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

08/25/2020 1930 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 47,029 acres grass and brush, 97% contained. Red flag Warning for dry lightning over the fire area today. Crews continue to mop up. Sierra Front Type 3 Team 1 in command.
08/25/2020 1930 CA-PNF North Complex 22,499 acres grass, brush and timber 6% contained. Active fire behavior, torching, spotting and wind driven runs observed today. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats remain to structures, Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, historical and Maidu cultural site, protected and endangered species, and to Upper Feather River Watershed. Union Pacific railroad closed. Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning. Active large fire the complex: Bear Fire: 4,134 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 18,221 acres, 0% contained, Copper Fire: 65 acres, 100% contained. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/25/2020 1930

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres, brush and timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire activity reported today. Ground resources continue to mop-up and strengthen control lines.

08/25/2020 1930 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 53,684 acres grass, brush and timber, 27% contained. This incident was previously called the BTU/TGU Lighting Complex. Evacuation orders and warnings are in place. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) is in command.
08/25/2020 1930

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 365,772 acres, grass and brush, 20% contained. Continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings remaining in place. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 remains closed. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command.

08/25/2020 1930 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 356,326 acres grass, brush and timber, 27% contained. Fire behavior remained extreme today with long range spot fires reported. Fuels remain critically dry. Re-population is occurring where safely possible. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.
08/25/2020 1930 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 79,640 acres, brush and timber, 19% contained. Fire continued to burn actively today as there was limited humidity recovery from the marine layer. There is a continued threat to structures and powerlines. Evacuation orders in place for over 77,000 citizens for many communities in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Daires National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area with State Routes 1, 35 and 84 remain closed. CAL FIRE IMT #3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz county Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District, Felton Fire Protection District and BLM – Central California District.
08/25/2020 1930 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 20,559 acres brush and timber 42% contained. Active fire behavior reported today. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Active fires in the complex: Red Fire: 19,752acres, 42% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. Crews continue to mop up. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
08/25/2020 1930 CA-MNF August Complex: 197,148 acres grass, brush and timber, 17% contained. Active fire behavior, group torching, uphill runs and short-range spotting observed today. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place with an increasing threat to the community of Paskenta. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, and to numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety. Active large fires within the complex: Box: 51 acres, 100% contained, Doe: 160,326 acres, 31% contained, Glade: 18,367 acres, 0% contained, Hopkins: 3,780 acres, 0% contained, Tatham: 8,958 acres, 11% contained, Willow Basin: 763 acres, 0% contained, Hull: 4,885 acres, 5% contained. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT assigned, planned transition 8/27. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
08/25/2020 1930 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 65,000 acres grass and brush, 15% contained. Extreme fire behavior, uphill runs, wind driven runs and long-range spotting observed today. Threat remains to remote ranches and residential structures and evacuation Orders are in place. Closures issued to nearby campgrounds with road and area closures in the area. Threats remains to grazing allotments and private timber, prehistoric and cultural resources, and to critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. South Warner Wilderness is Closed. A Red Flag Warning is issued for the area. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) and Modoc NF in Unified Command.
08/25/2020 1930 CA-SHF Spring Fire: 230 acres timber, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today. Evacuation Warning for Deer Lick Springs Resort. Threat to private timberlands. Deer Lick Springs Campground closed. Heavy mop up in steep terrain and the fire is located within 0.5 miles of The Chanchelulla Wilderness.
08/25/2020 1930

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 27,411 acres grass, brush and timber, 3% contained. Active fire behavior today with wind driven runs, single tree torching and flanking observed. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats to powerlines, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, endangered species and critical Sage Grouse habitat. Red Flag Warning today for thunderstorms and strong outflow winds. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.

08/25/2020 1930

CA-NOD R-8 PINECONE FIRE: 820 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Moderated fire behavior today with no current threats.

08/25/2020 1430

CA-NOD R-8 PINECONE FIRE: 170 acres brush and grass, 0% contained. The fire started on 08/24 at 1157 and is located near Pinecone Reservoir, 9 miles west of Ravendale and currently has a moderate Rate of spread. Current weather 83 degrees, 26% RH, wind WSW @ 8, gusts 17. No threats reported. MAP

08/25/2020 0900

The National Weather Service- Reno has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from noon today to 9 PM this evening for thunderstorms and strong outflow winds. General areas includes: Surprise Valley, Lassen, Eastern Plumas, Eastern Sierra and Eastern Nevada Counties and the greater Lake Tahoe area: Please see below link for area specific details. Link

08/25/2020 0830

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,739 acres, grass and brush, 5% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight. The fire is burning in old growth with areas of no known fire history. Evacuation Order and Warning in place. Threats to threatened and endangered species, FAA communication VOR infrastructure, Dairy Ranches, and the National Historic District. Road, area, and trail closures are in effect. Smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in command.

08/25/2020 0830 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 47,029 acres, grass and brush, 95% contained. Road area and trail closures. Red Flag Warning for dry lightning. Crews continue to mop up. Sierra Front Type 3 Team 1 in command.
08/25/2020 0830 CA-PNF North Complex 21,324 acres grass, brush and timber 2% contained. Active fire behavior with torching, spotting and wind driven runs was observed overnight. Threat remains to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, historical and Maidu cultural site, protected and endangered species, and to Upper Feather River Watershed. Hwy 70 and Union Pacific railroad remains closed. Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning. Active large fire the complex: Bear Fire: 3,418 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 17,906 acres, 0% contained, Copper Fire: 65 acres, 100% contained. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/25/2020 0830

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres, brush and timber, 78% contained. Minimal fire activity observed overnight. 14 residential structures, 1 mixed commercial/residential structure and 6 outbuildings have been destroyed. Ground resources continue to mop-up and strengthen control lines and suppression repair is ongoing.

08/25/2020 0830 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 53,443 acres grass, brush and timber, 25% contained. Large fires in the complex: Elkhorn fire 33,720 acres, 15% contained, Doe fires 13,300 acres, 18% contained, Tatham fire, 2,800 acres, 0% contained, 1-12 fire, 1,750 acres, 0% contained, Potters (5-4) fire 927 acres, 95% contained, 5-6 fire 261 acres, 80% contained, 2-24 fire 285 acres, 80% contained, 1-2 fire 140 acres, 62% contained, 1-7 fire 167 acres, 41% contained, 1-8 fire 92 acres, 52% contained. Moderate fire behavior was observed overnight with a continued threat to structures. Evacuation orders and warnings are in place and damage inspection is ongoing. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timber lands and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) is in command.
08/25/2020 0830

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 363,772 acres, grass and brush, 15% contained. Large fires in the complex: Canyon/Reservoir fires 360,668 acres, 15%, Deer 3,104 acres, 100% contained. Active fire behavior with long range spotting and uphill runs. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in place. 18 residential structures and 13 outbuildings destroyed and damage inspection is on going. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed with road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command.

08/25/2020 0830 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 352,913 acres grass, brush and timber, 29% contained. Large fires in the complex: Hennessey 296,050 acres, 29% contained, Wallbridge 54,503 acres, 17% contained, Meyers 2,360 acres, 97% contained. Fire behavior remained active overnight. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. 715 residential, 1 multiple residences, 1 mixed commercial/residential, 9 commercial structures and 211 outbuildings have been destroyed. 210 residences, 1 mixed commercial/residential, 3 commercial and 37 outbuilding have been damaged. Damage inspection is ongoing with threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.
08/25/2020 0830 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 78,869 acres, brush and timber, 17% contained. The fire burned actively overnight and there is a continued threat to structures and powerlines. Evacuation orders in place for over 77,000 citizens for many communities in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties. 246 residential, 7 commercial structures and 77 outbuildings have been destroyed and damage inspection is ongoing. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, preserves, historic sites, BLM Cicone-Coastal Daires National Monument, multiple water sheds, commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forest and multiple sites of critical infrastructure. Multiple highways, road and trail closures in the area with State Route 1, 35 and 236 closed. FMAG applications approved for both San Mateo and Santa Cruz Counties. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT #3 (See) is in unified command with Santa Cruz county Sheriff’s Office, Santa Cruz County Fire Department, San Mateo County Fire Department, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Lomond Fire Protection District, Boulder Creek Fire Protection District, Felton Fire Protection District and BLM – Central California District.
08/25/2020 0830 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 19,839 acres, brush and timber, 41% contained. Minimal overnight fire behavior was observed. Threats to the cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning. Great Basin IMT 5 assigned, in brief 8/25. Crews continue to mop up, California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) is in command.
08/25/2020 0830 CA-MNF Hull Fire: 3,500 acres, timber and brush, 5% contained. Active fire behavior, torching, running, and short-range spotting was observed. Threats to State Game Refuge, Pillsbury Ranch Subdivision, powerlines, PGE infrastructure, and critical wildlife habitat. The fire is located in a remote area with steep and rugged terrain. There is a Class 1 Airshed located in the Snow Mtn. Wilderness. This fire will be added to the August Complex today.
08/25/2020 0830 CA-MNF August Complex: 181,051 acres grass, brush and timber, 11% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place and there is an increasing threat to the community of Paskenta. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Threat to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure and to numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety. Active large fires within the complex: Box: 51 acres, 100% contained, Doe: 156,384 acres, 11% contained, Glade: 13,888 acres, 0% contained, Hopkins: 2,153 acres, 0% contained, Tatham: 7,958 acres, 0% contained, Willow Basin: 601 acres, 0% contained. Southern Area Blue Type 1 IMT assigned, in brief 8/25. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
08/25/2020 0830 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 58,000 acres, grass and brush, 6% contained. Fire remained active overnight. Evacuation Orders are in place. Threats to remote ranches, residential structures, grazing allotments, private timberlands, prehistoric and cultural resources, and the critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. There are road, area, and campground closures. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for the area. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) and Modoc NF in Unified Command.
08/25/2020 0830 CA-SHF Spring Fire: 230 acres timber, 60% contained. Minimum fire behavior reported overnight. There is no previous fire history on record. There is an evacuation warning for the Deer Lick Springs Resort. Threat to private timberlands. Deer Lick Springs Campground has been closed. Fire is located within 0.5 miles of The Chanchelulla Wilderness.
08/25/2020 0830

CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 27,411 acres, grass, brush and timber, 3% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed overnight with torching & spotting. Continued threat to structures with 8 residential structures and 15 outbuildings destroyed. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Threat to the communities of Gold Run, Susanville, Susan Hills, Johnstoneville and Janesville and Hwy 395 is closed. Threat to private and Federal timberlands with road and trail closures in effect. Red Flag Warning in effect for dry lightning and gusty outflow winds. CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit and CA IMT 1 Team 1 (McGowan) in unified command.

08/24/2020 1915

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,739 acres, grass and brush, 5% contained. Fire behavior was very active with torching and spotting in heavy fuels. Fire burning in old growth with areas of no known fire history. Evacuation Warning remains in place. Threat to FAA communication VOR infrastructure. Road, area, and trail closures in effect. Smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. There is a Red Flag Warning has expired for the area. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

08/24/2020 1900 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 47,029 acres, grass and brush, 95% contained. There is a Red Flag Warning for thunderstorms and gusty outflow winds in the fire area. Crews continue to mop up and secure control lines. Sierra Front Team 1, Type 3 Incident Management Team is in command.
08/24/2020 1855 CA-PNF North Complex 19,175 acres, grass, brush, and timber 2% contained. Active fire behavior, torching, spotting, and crowning observed. Claremont Fire spotted across Middle Fork Feather River. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats to structures, Claremont Peak Communication site, private and federal timberlands, Historical and Maidu cultural sites, and Upper Feather River Watershed. Hwy 70 and Union Pacific railroad are closed. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command
08/24/2020 1855

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres, brush and timber, 78% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today. Ground resources continue to mop-up and strengthen control line. The Red Flag Warning remains in place for possible dry lighting which may cause additional new fire starts. The Red Flag Warning is set to expire at 11pm Monday.

08/24/2020 1850 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 53,347 acres grass, brush, and timber, 25% contained. Evacuation orders and warnings in place. There is a threat to Elk Creek and Paskenta as well other rural structures in the area. There is also a threat to wildlife habitat, cultural sites, commercial timberlands, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Road and trail closures in the area. The Red Flag Warning remains in place until 11pm tonight for dry lighting which may cause additional new fire starts. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) is in command.
08/24/2020 1850

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 360,055 acres, grass and brush, 15% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place with a current evacuated total reported at 128 people and could potentially affect 124,172 people. Threats to structures, numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including states water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Closures include: Highway 130, roads and trails in the area. The Red Flag Warning for the fire area has expired. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CA IMT-6 (Veik) is in command.

08/24/2020 1848 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 351,817 acres grass, brush, and timber, 25% contained. Fire continued to exhibit extreme fire behavior with long range spotting reported. Ongoing Evacuation Orders and Warnings are in effect for portions of Napa, Solono, Sonoma, Lake and Yolo County. Threats to structures, communities, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. The Red Flag Warning has expired for the fire area. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.
08/24/2020 1845 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 78,684 acres, brush and timber, 13% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings continue in the area effecting a large populous. There is a threat to the communities of Bonny Doon, Boulder Creek, Pescadero, La Honda, Davenport, Felton, Scotts Valley, the city of Santa Cruz and the University of Santa Cruz. Other threats include Kingfisher Flat Conservation Hatchery, Quiroste Valley Cultural Preserve, and BLM Cicone-Coastal Dairies National Monument. Multiple highway, road, and trail closures in the area. The Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area has expired. CAL FIRE IMT #3 (See) is in unified command with BLM – Central California District.
08/24/2020 1840 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 19,839 acres, brush and timber, 41% contained. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest, and tribal timberlands, trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning. Great Basin IMT 5 assigned and is scheduled to inbrief tomorrow. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
08/24/2020 1835 CA-MNF Hull Fire: 3,500 acres, timber and brush, 5% contained. Active fire behavior observed today. Threats to State Game Refuge, Pillsbury Ranch Subdivision, powerlines, and critical wildlife habitat. Fire is in a remote area with steep and rugged terrain. There is a Class 1 Airshed located in the Snow Mtn. Wilderness. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning.
08/24/2020 1828 CA-MNF August Complex: 181,051 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 11% contained. Active fire behavior with group torching and short range spotting observed. Evacuation Orders for portions of Newville and Burrows Gap area. Evacuation Warnings for portions of Elk Creek, Chrome, and Grindstone Rancheria. Increasing threat to the community of Paskenta. Portions of County Rd 200, 306, and 308 are closed. Threats to private timber, ranchlands, powerlines, communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites, and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning. Southern Area Blue Team, Type 1 IMT scheduled to inbrief tomorrow. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
08/24/2020 1820 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 58,000 acres, grass and brush, 6% contained. Extreme fire behavior with uphill runs and long range spotting. Evacuation Orders are in place. Closures issued to nearby campgrounds and roads in the area. Threats remain to remote ranches, residential structures, grazing allotments, private timber, prehistoric and cultural resources, and critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for the area. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski), BLM Northern California Dist. and Modoc N.F in unified command.
08/24/2020 1730 CA-SHF Spring Fire: 230 acres, timber, 60% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported today. There is no previous fire history on record. Evacuation in place for the Deer Lick Springs Resort. Threat to private timberlands. Deer Lick Springs Campground is closed. Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning. The fire is located within 0.5 miles of the Chanchelulla Wilderness.
08/24/2020 1005

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 347,196 acres, grass and brush, 10% contained. Fire burned actively overnight with uphill runs. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats to structures, numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including states water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Closures include: Highway 130, roads and trails in the area. 12 residential structures and 12 outbuildings have been destroyed. Damage inspection is on-going. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for dry lightning and gusty outflow winds. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CA IMT-6 (Veik) is in command.

08/24/2020 1005

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres, brush and timber, 65% contained. Minimal fire activity observed. Repopulation is complete and all road closures lifted. 14 residential structures, 1 mixed commercial/residential structure, and 6 outbuildings destroyed. Ground resources continue to mop-up and strengthen control line. Suppression repair is on-going. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for dry lightning and gusty outflow winds. Incident is transitioning to a single ICS 209 daily at 1800 hrs.

08/24/2020 1000 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 350,030 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 22% contained. Extreme fire behavior and long-range spotting continues to challenge suppression efforts. Evacuation orders remain in place. Threats to structures, communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility, private timberland, recreational areas, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Multiple highway and road closures. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for dry lightning and gusty outflow winds. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.
08/24/2020 0955 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 53,047 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 23% contained. Evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats to structures, numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, commercial timberlands, and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Damage inspection is on-going. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. Red Flag Warning in effect for dry lightning and gusty outflow winds. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) is in command.
08/24/2020 0955 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 78,000 acres, brush and timber, 13% contained. Evacuation Orders in place for over 75,000 citizens for many communities in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties. 131 residential, 3 commercial, and 12 outbuildings destroyed. Threats to structures, powerlines, communities, endangered species, cultural sites, historic sites, multiple watersheds, commercial timberlands, old growth redwood forests, multiple sites of critical infrastructure, community water supplies, and pumping stations. Other threats include Kingfisher Flat Conservation Hatchery, Quiroste Valley Cultural Preserve, and BLM Cicone-Coastal Dairies National Monument. Damage inspection is on-going. Multiple highway, road, and trail closures in the area. FMAG applications approved for both San Mateo and Santa Cruz Counties. The fire is in a limited access area with steep terrain. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for dry lightning and gusty outflow winds. CAL FIRE IMT #3 (See) is in unified command with BLM – Central California District.
08/24/2020 0950 CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 25,574 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 0% contained. Active fire behavior, single tree torching, spotting and flanking observed. Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Threats to structures, private and Federal timberlands, communities of Gold Run, Susanville, and Johsntonville. US Highway 395 closed. There is a Red Flag Warning today for thunderstorms and strong outflow winds. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan), and CAL FIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit.
08/24/2020 0950 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 52,000 acres, grass and brush, 6% contained. Active fire behavior observed overnight. Evacuation Orders are in place. Closures issued to nearby campgrounds and roads in the area. Threats remain to remote ranches, residential structures, grazing allotments, private timber, prehistoric and cultural resources, and critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for the area. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in command.
08/24/2020 0935 CA-MNF Hull Fire: 3,000 acres, timber and brush, 0% contained. Threats to State Game Refuge, Pillsbury Ranch Subdivision, powerlines, and critical wildlife habitat. Fire is in a remote area with steep and rugged terrain. There is a Class 1 Airshed located in the Snow Mtn. Wilderness. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning.
08/24/2020 0935 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 47,029 acres, grass and brush, 93% contained. Road, area, and trail closures. There is a Red Flag Warning for dry lighting. Crews continue to mop up. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command. Transfer of command to Type 3 today at 0600.
08/24/2020 0930 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 19,364 acres, brush and timber, 41% contained. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest, and tribal timberlands, trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
08/24/2020 0925

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,487 acres, grass and brush, 5% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight. Fire burning in old growth with areas of no known fire history. Evacuation Warning remains in place. Threat to FAA communication VOR infrastructure. Road, area, and trail closures in effect. Smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command.

08/24/2020 0925 CA-PNF North Complex 19,085 acres, grass, brush, and timber 2% contained. Active fire behavior, torching, spotting, and crowning observed. Claremont Fire spotted across Middle Fork Feather River. Evacuation Orders in place for areas of La Porte Rd. and east Quincy. Evacuation Warnings remain for Taylorsville and Greenhorn. Threats to structures, Claremont Peak Communication site, private and federal timberlands, Historical and Maidu cultural sites, and Upper Feather River Watershed. Hwy 70 and Union Pacific railroad are closed. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command
08/24/2020 0922 CA-MNF August Complex: 177,750 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 11% contained. Active fire behavior reported with thunderstorm activity in the area. Evacuation Orders for portions of Newville and Burrows Gap area. Evacuation Warnings for portions of Elk Creek, Chrome, and Grindstone Rancheria. Increasing threat to the community of Paskenta. Portions of County Rd 200, 306, and 308 are closed. Threats to private timber, ranchlands, powerlines, communications infrastructure, numerous historic sites, and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
08/24/2020 0920 CA-SHF Spring Fire: 180 acres, timber, 40% contained. There is no previous fire history on record. Evacuation Warning for the Deer Lick Springs Resort. Threat to private timberlands. Deer Lick Springs Campground is closed. Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning. The fire is located within 0.5 miles of the Chanchelulla Wilderness.
08/23/2020 2000 CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 23,423 acres, grass,timber and brush, 0% contained. Active fire today with group torching and spotting observed. There is an immediate threat to the community of Johnstonville. US Highway 395 is currently closed. Threat to strucures continue for Gold Run and Susanville. Evacuation Orders in place for areas of Gold Run. There is a threat to private and Federal timberland. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning today. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) and CALFIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit are in unified command of the incident.
08/23/2020 1950 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 74,000 acres brush and timber, 8% contained. Fire continues to threaten structures and numerous communities. Evacuation orders in place for over 75,000 citizens. Multiple highway and road closures currently in place. Threats remain for critical infrastructure including water supply pumping stations. Commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forests and multiple water sheds. Limited access and steep terrain. A Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning today. CAL FIRE IMT #3 (See) is in unified command with BLM Central California District.
08/23/2020 1945

CA-SCU Lightning Complex:343,965 acres, grass and brush, 10% contained. Extreme fire behavior with long range spotting observed today. There is a threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in place. Major power transmission lines threatened. Critical communications infrastructure including CAL FIRE radio repeaters threatened. Threats also exist to endangered species, cultural sites and watershed. Highway 130 is closed, including many local roads and trails. Fires are in a remote location with difficult access. Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning today. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command.

08/23/2020 1940

CA-NEU Jones Fire:705 acres brush and timber, 65% contained. Repopulation has been completed and all road closures lifted. Crews continue to mop up and strengthen control lines, with suppression repair ongoing. Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting today.

08/23/2020 1940 CA-LNU Lightning Complex:347,630 acres grass, brush and timber, 21% contained. Extreme fire behavior with long range spotting continues to challenge suppression efforts. There is a continued threat to structures. Evacuation orders remain in place with multiple highway and road closures. Threats to Major power transmission lines, critical infrastructure, private timberland, watershed, recreational areas, endangered species and cultural sites. Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting today. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.
08/23/2020 1930 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 52,828 acres grass, brush and timber, 20% contained. Continued threat to structures and numerous communities with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats also include Powerlines and critical infrastructure, commercial timber lands, endangered species and cultural sites. Multiple road and trail closures in the area with damage inspection ongoing. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. Red Flag warning issued for dry lightning starting today. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) is in command.
08/23/2020 1930 CA-PNF North Complex 17,457 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 0% contained. Fire behavior became active today after the inversion lifted around 1400. Evacuation Orders in place for areas of La Porte Rd., portions of east Quincy and many areas along SR 70. Evacuation Warnings remain for Taylorsville and Greenhorn. Threats to structures, Claremont Peak Communication site, Federal timberlands, historical and cultural sites, including Maidu Cultural Site, and Upper Feather River Watershed. Laporte Rd. Hwy 70 and Union Pacific Railroad is closed. A Red Flag Warning for dry lightning today. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/23/2020 1915 CA-MNF August Complex: 177,750 acres grass, brush and timber, 11% contained. Fire behavior remained active with group torching and short range spotting. Threat to structures with Evacuation Orders in place for portions of Newville and Burrows Gap area. Evacuation Warning issued for Elk Creek, Chrome and Grindstone Rancheria. Portions of County Rd 200, 306 and 308 are closed. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines, communications infrastructure, historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety in many areas. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning today. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
08/23/2020 1910 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 52,000 acres grass and brush, 6% contained. Extreme fire behavior with long range spotting and rapid spread rates observed. The fire moved over 5 miles today. Evacuation Warnings and closures issued to nearby campgrounds. Threats remain to remote ranches and residential structures, grazing allotments, private timber, prehistoric cultural resources and critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. Road closures in the area. A Red Flag Warning for dry lightning today. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) is in command.
08/23/2020 1900 CA-MNF Hull Fire: 3,000 acres, timber and brush, 0% contained. The fire continues to back into Rattlesnake Creek drainage. There are threats to powerlines, State Game Refuge, Pillsbury Ranch Subdivision, and Critical Wildlife habitat. Fire is located in a remote area with steep and rugged terrain. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning today.
08/23/2020 1815

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,787 acres grass and brush, 5% contained. Active fire behavior observed with short crown runs in high mortality timber stands. The fire burning in old growth with areas of no known fire history. Evacuation Warnings remain in place. Multiple road and area closures in effect. Threat to FAA communication VOR infrastructure. Smoke is impacting the city of San Francisco. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting today. Northern Rocky Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in command.

08/23/2020 1750 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 19,365 acres, brush and timber, 41% contained. Active fire behavior observed tody. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest, tribal timberlands, and Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
08/23/2020 1735 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 47,029 acres, grass and brush, 93% contained. Crews continue to mop up and secure control lines. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting today. There is a planned transfer to a Type 3 management organization on 8/24. California Type 2, Team 10 (Darlymple) in command.
08/23/2020 1730 CA-SHF Spring Fire: 180 acres, timber, 20% contained. There an Evacuation Order in place for the Deerlick Springs Resort and campground. There is also a threat to private private timberland. The fire is burning in steep rugged terrain with heavy dead an down fuels. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning today.
08/23/2020 1630

The National Weather Service:- Has issued a Red Flag Warning for all of the Northern Operations Area for dry lightning. Time periods vary by area. Please see link for area-specific details Link

08/23/2020 0950

CA-SCU Lightning Complex:339,968 acres, grass and brush, 10% contained. The fires remained active overnight. The Canyon and Reservoir Fires have merged. There is a threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in place. Major power transmission lines threatened. Critical communications infrastructure including CAL FIRE radio repeaters threatened. Threats also exist to endangered species, cultural sites and watershed. Highway 130 is closed, including many local roads and trails. Fires are in a remote location with difficult access. Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting today. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command.

08/23/2020 0950

CA-NEU Jones Fire:705 acres brush and timber, 55% contained. Repopulation has been completed and all road closures lifted. Crews continue to mop up and strengthen control lines, with suppression repair ongoing. Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting today.

08/23/2020 0945 CA-LNU Lightning Complex:341,243 acres grass, brush and timber, 17% contained. Fires remained active overnight. There is a continued threat to structures. Evacuation orders remain in place with multiple highway and road closures. Threats to Major power transmission lines, critical infrastructure, private timberland, watershed, recreational areas, endangered species and cultural sites. Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting today. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.
08/23/2020 0945 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 52,262 acres grass, brush and timber, 20% contained. Moderate fire behavior observed overnight. Continued threat to structures and numerous communities with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats also include Powerlines and critical infrastructure, commercial timber lands, endangered species and cultural sites. Multiple road and trail closures in the area with damage inspection ongoing. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. Red Flag warning issued for dry lightning starting today. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) is in command.
08/23/2020 0935 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 71,000 acres brush and timber, 8% contained. Active fire behavior with medium range spotting observed overnight. Fire continues to threaten structures and numerous communities. Multiple highway and road closures currently in place. Threats remain for critical infrastructure including water supply pumping stations. Commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forests and multiple water sheds. Limited access and steep terrain. A Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting today. CAL FIRE IMT #3 (See) is in unified command with BLM Central California District.
08/23/2020 0930 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 22,000 acres grass and brush, 20% contained. Active fire behavior with spotting and rapid spread rates observed. Evacuation Warnings and closures issued to nearby campgrounds. Threats remain to remote ranches and structures, grazing allotments, private timber, prehistoric cultural resources and critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. Road closures in the area. A Fire Weather Watch for high winds and low humidity starting today. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) is in command.
08/23/2020 0920

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,780 acres grass and brush, 5% contained. Active burning conditions with a strong afternoon sea-breeze. The fire burning in old growth with areas of no known fire history. Evacuation Warning issued for Olema, Bolinas and Inverness. Threat to FAA communication VOR infrastructure. Smoke is impacting the city of San Francisco. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting today. Northern Rocky Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in command.

08/23/2020 0915 CA-PNF North Complex 12,428 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 0% contained. Fire behavior was active overnight. Evacuation Orders in place for areas of La Porte Rd., and portions of east Quincy. Evacuation Warnings remain for Taylorsville and Greenhorn. Threats to structures, Claremont Peak Communication site, Federal timberlands, historical and cultural sites, including Maidu Cultural Site, and Upper Feather River Watershed. Hwy 70 and Union Pacific Railroad is closed. A Fire Weather Watch issued for high winds and low relative humidity starting today. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/23/2020 0910 CA-MNF August Complex: 160,005 acres grass, brush and timber, 11% contained. Fire behavior remained active until late evening then moderated overnight. Threat to structures with Evacuation Orders in place for portions of Newville and Burrows Gap area. Evacuation Warning issued for Elk Creek, Chrome and Grindstone Rancheria. Portions of County Rd 200, 306 and 308 are closed. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines, communications infrastructure, historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety in many areas. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning beginning today. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
08/23/2020 1730 CA-SHF Spring Fire: 180 acres, timber, 7% contained. There an Evacuation Order in place for the Deerlick Springs Resort and campground. There is also a threat to private private timberland. The fire is burning in steep rugged terrain with heavy dead an down fuels. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning today.
08/22/2020 2010 CA-LNU Lightning Complex:325,128 acres grass, brush and timber, 15% contained. There is a continued threat to structures. Evacuation orders remain in place with multiple highway and road closures. Threats to Major power transmission lines, critical infrastructure, private timberland, watershed, recreational areas, endangered species and cultural sites. Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting tomorrow. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.
08/22/2020 2005

CA-NEU Jones Fire:705 acres brush and timber, 50% contained. Repopulation has been completed. Crews continue to mop up and strengthen control lines. Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting tomorrow.

08/22/2020 2000

CA-SCU Lightning Complex:339,968 acres, grass and brush, 10% contained. There is a threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in place. Major power transmission lines threatened. Critical communications infrastructure including CAL FIRE radio repeaters threatened. Threats also exist to endangered species, cultural sites and watershed. Highway 130 is closed, including many local roads and trails. Fires are in a remote location with difficult access. Red Flag Warning issued for Dry Lightning starting tomorrow. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command.

08/22/2020 1950 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 44,070 acres grass, brush and timber, 18% contained. Continued threat to structures and numerous communities with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats also include Powerlines and critical infrastructure, commercial timber lands, endangered species and cultural sites. Multiple road and trail closures in the area with damage inspection ongoing. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. Red Flag warning issued for dry lightning starting tomorrow. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) is in command.
08/22/2020 1950 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 67,000 acres brush and timber, 5% contained. Active fire behavior with medium range spotting observed. Fire continues to threaten structures and numerous communities. Multiple highway and road closures currently in place. Threats remain for critical infrastructure including water supply pumping stations. Commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forests and multiple water sheds also threatened. Limited access and steep terrain. A Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting tomorrow. CAL FIRE IMT #3 (See) is in unified command with BLM Central California District.
08/22/2020 0910 CA-PNF North Complex 12,025 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 0% contained. Decrease in acreage due to removal of the Sheep Fire. Fire behavior moderated today. Evacuation Orders in place for areas of La Porte Rd., and portions of east Quincy. Evacuation Warnings remain for Taylorsville and Greenhorn. Threats to structures, Claremont Peak Communication site, Federal timberlands, historical and cultural sites, including Maidu Cultural Site, and Upper Feather River Watershed. Hwy 70 is closed. A Fire Weather Watch issued for high winds and low relative humidity starting tomorrow. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/22/2020 1900 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 18,960 acres, brush and timber, 39% contained. Fire spread continues to the south and east. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest, tribal timberlands, and Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. There is a Fire Weather Watch issued for high winds and low humdidity starting tomorrow. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
08/22/2020 1850 CA-MNF August Complex: 160,005 acres grass, brush and timber, 11% contained. Extreme fire behavior reported with crown runs and short range spotting. Threat to structures with Evacuation Orders in place for portions of Newville and Burrows Gap area. Evacuation Warning issued for Elk Creek, Chrome and Grindstone Rancheria. Portions of County Rd 306 and 308 are closed. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines, communications infrastructure, historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety in many areas. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning beginning tomorrow. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
08/22/2020 1835 CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 15,776 acres, grass,timber and brush, 0% contained. Threat to strucures with fire spread continuing toward Gold Run and Susanville. Evacuation Orders in place for areas of Gold Run. There is a threat to private and Federal timberland. A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for high winds and Low humidity beginning tomorrow. This fire was previously reported as a part of The North Complex. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) and CALFIRE Lassen-Modoc Unit are in unified command of the incident.
08/22/2020 1820 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 14,440 acres grass and brush, 20% contained. Extreme fire behavior observed today as the fire burned northeast nearly 7 miles. Evacuation Warnings and closures issued to nearby campgrounds. Threats remain to remote ranches and structures, grazing allotments, Private timber, prehistoric cultural resources and critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. Road closures in the area. A Fire Weather Watch for high winds and low humidity starting tomorrow. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) is in command.
08/22/2020 1815 CA-MNF Hull Fire: 2,500 acres, timber and brush, 0% contained. The fire continues to back into Rattlesnake Creek drainage. There are threats to powerlines, State Game Refuge, Pillsbury Ranch Subdivision, and Critical Wildlife habitat. Fire is located in a remote area with steep and rugged terrain. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning beginning tomorrow.
08/22/2020 1810

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,780 acres grass and brush, 5% contained. Active burning conditions with a strong afternoon sea-breeze. The fire burning in old growth with areas of no known fire history. Evacuation Warning issued for Olema, Bolinas and Inverness. Threat to FAA communication VOR infrastructure. Smoke is impacting the city of San Francisco. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting tomorrow. Northern Rocky Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) assumes command at 0600 tomorrow.

08/22/2020 1750 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 47,029 acres, grass and brush, 90% contained. Fire activity has been isolated to interior pockets of fuel. Road, area and trail closures remain in effect. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting tomorrow. There is a planned transfer to a Type 3 management organization on 8/24. California Type 2, Team 10 (Darlymple) in command.
08/22/2020 1700 CA-SHF Spring Fire: 180 acres, timber, 0% contained. There is a current threat to structures with Evacuation orders in place for the Deerlick Springs Resort. There is also a threat to private private timberland. The fire is burning in steep rugged terrain with heavy dead an down fuels. There is a Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting tomorrow.
08/22/2020 1700

The National Weather Service:- Has issued a Red Flag Warning in much of the Northern Operations Area for dry lightning. Time periods vary by area, but generally start Sunday morning and extend through Monday evening. Please see link for area specific details Link

08/22/2020 1645 CA-SHF Spring Fire: 180 acres, timber, 7% contained and a moderate rate of spread. The fire is burning in steep rugged terrain with heavy dead an down fuels. The Spring Fire started on 8/17 in the Deerlick Springs area north of Platina. There are no current threats reported. Map
08/22/2020 0955

The National Weather Service- Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 2pm today through 8pm Sunday for strong gusty winds accompined by low relative humidity. General area includes fire weather zone 285 Northeastern California. Please see link for area specific details Link

08/22/2020 0955

The National Weather Service-Has issued a Fire Weather Watch over the Northern Operations Area for dry lightning. Time periods vary, but generally start Sunday and continue through Tuesday. Please see link for area specific details Link

08/22/2020 0930 CA-MNF Hull Fire: 2,000 acres, timber and brush, 0% contained. The fire continues to back into Rattlesnake Creek drainage. There are threats to State Game Refuge, Pillsbury Ranch Subdivision, and Critical Wildlife habitat. Fire is located in a remote area with steep and rugged terrain.
08/22/2020 0930 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 47,208 acres, grass and brush, 75% contained. Light to creeping fire behavior reported with occasional interior torching. Structure threat remains. The evacuation orders remain near Long Valley Rd, Dog Valley Rd, and Balls Canyon Rd. There are threats to Critical Sage Grouse habitat, Goshawk Activity Center, and Babbitt Peak Research Area. Demobilization continues of excess resources. California Type 2, Team 10 (Darlymple) in command.
08/22/2020 0920 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 18,945 acres, brush and timber, 39% contained. Fire spread continues to the south and east. There are threats to the Red Cap drainage, cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest, tribal timberlands, and Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
08/22/2020 0910 CA-PNF North Complex 27,701 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 0% contained. Clairmont fire is impacting the La Porte Rd area and is threatening east Quincy. Sheep fire continues to burn towards Gold Run and Susanville. Evacuation Orders in place for all of Gold run, areas of La Porte Rd, and portions of east Quincy. Evacuation Warnings issued for Taylorsville and Greenhorn. Threats to structures remains. There are threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, Federal timberlands, historical and cultural sites including Maidu cultural site, and Upper Feather River Watershed. Some fires are burning in steep rugged terrain. Road and trail closures in effect. Clairmont fire may possibly impact Hwy 70 today. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/22/2020 0905

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres brush and timber, 35% contained. Ground resources continue to mop up and strengthen control lines. All threats have been mitigated with repopulation in progress. Demobilization of excess resources is planned today. Fire is burning in steep terrain with difficult access.

08/22/2020 0900 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 63,000 acres brush and timber, 5% contained. Fire continues to threaten structures and numerous communities. Multiple highway and road closures currently in place. Threats remain for critical infrastructure including water supply pumping stations. Commercial timber lands, old growth redwood forests and multiple water sheds also threatened. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT #3 (See) is in unified command with BLM Central California District.
08/22/2020 0850 CA-LNU Lightning Complex:314,207 acres grass, brush and timber, 15% contained. Extreme fire behavior with long range spotting continues to challenge suppression efforts. There is a continued threat to structures and numerous communities including Saint Helena Hospital and Travis Air Force Base. Evacuation orders remain in place with multiple highway and road closures. The fire has crossed and is impacting Interstate 80. Threats to Major power transmission lines, critical infrastructure, private timberland, watershed, recreational areas, endangered species and cultural sites. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.
08/22/2020 0835 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 31,240 acres grass, brush and timber, 13% contained. Continued threat to structures and numerous communities with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats also include Powerlines and critical infrastructure, commercial timber lands, endangered species and cultural sites. Multiple road and trail closures in the area with damage inspection ongoing. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) is in command.
08/22/2020 0830 CA-MNF August Complex: 145,467 acres grass, brush and timber, 6% contained. Fire is threatening the communities of Elk Creek, Grindstone, Rancheria, Chrome, Newville and Paskenta with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Portions of County Rd 306 closed. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines, communications infrastructure, historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety in many areas. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
08/22/2020 0800

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 291,968 acres, grass and brush, 10% contained. Marsh 3,000 acres, Canyon and Reservoir fires have merged for 285,485 acres, Deer 3,294 acres, Arroyo 189 acres. Extreme fire behavior continues to be observed. There is a threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in place. Major power transmission lines threatened and additonal critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE radio repeaters. Threats also exist to endangered species, cultural sites and watershed. Highway 130 is closed, including many local roads and trails. Fires are in a remote location with difficult access. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command.

08/21/2020 1930

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 274,968 acres, grass and brush, 10% contained. Marsh 3,000 acres, Canyon 199,866 acres, Reservoir 71,619 acres, Deer 3,294 acres, Arroyo 189 acres, Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in place. Major power transmission lines threatened with continued threats to multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed with additional road closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access with extreme fire behavior with long-range spotting. FMAG application approved. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command.

08/21/2020 1930 CA-MNF August Complex: 143,663 acres grass, brush and timber, 6% contained. Fire is threatening the communities of Elk Creek, Grindstone, Rancheria, Chrome, Newville and Paskenta with evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Portions of County Rd 306 closed. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, and to historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to responder safety in areas. Box: 40 acres, 0% contained, Doe: 137,113 acres, 6% contained, Hopkins: 1,500 acres, 0% contained, Tatham: 5,000 acres, 0% contained. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
08/21/2020 1930 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 31,240 acres grass, brush and timber, 13% contained. Large fires in the complex: Elkhorn fire 19,118 acres, 0%, Ivory fire 4,500 acres, 0%, Glenn Zone SRA, 5,000 acres, 0%, 5-4 Potters fire 1,012 acres, 70%, 1-2 80 acres, 5%, 1-7 fire 100 acres, 30%, 1-8 fire150 acres, 50%, 1-12 fire 700 acres, 0%, 1-13 fire 1 acre, 10%, 2-24 fire 330 acres, 70%, 5-6 fire 250 acres, 25%. Continued threat to structures and powerlines with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threat to numerous communities also threats to multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters, commercial timber lands, and to endangered species and cultural sites. Road and trail closures in the area with damage inspection is ongoing. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) is in command.
08/21/2020 1930 CA-LNU Lightning Complex:302,388 acres grass, brush and timber, 15% contained. Hennessey (merged Round, Morgan, Green, Aetna, Markle, Spanish) 256,102 acres, Wallbridge (merged with Stewarts) 43,286 acres, Meyers 3,000 acres, Continued threat to structures. Threat to numerous communities and to Saint Helena Hospital and Travis Air Force Base and evacuation orders remain in place. Multiple highway and road closures and the fire has crossed and is impacting Interstate 80. Major power transmission lines threatened. Extreme fire behavior along with long range spotting, continues to challenge suppression efforts. Threats to multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters, to private timberland, watershed areas and several recreational areas, and to endangered species and cultural sites. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.
08/21/2020 1900 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 7,200 acres grass and brush, 20% contained. Gusty winds resulted in a large spot fire resulting in 2,100 acres of growth and crews secured 2 spot fires last night. Threats remain to remote ranches and structure, grazing allotment, prehistoric and cultural resources, and to critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. Road closures in area. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) in-briefed, transfer of command planned for 8/22.
08/21/2020 1930 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 57,000 acres brush and timber, 2% contained. Fire continues to threat structures and powerlines. Threats to numerous communities, multiple sites of critical infrastructure including water supply pumping stations, commercial timber lands and old growth redwood forest, and to multiple water sheds. Multiple highway, road and trail closures in the area. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT #3 (See) is in unified command with BLM Central California District.
08/21/2020 1930 CA-MEU Creek Fire 820 acres, 100% contained Last report unless significate fire activity occurs.
08/21/2020 1930

CA-MEU 3-19 Fire: 62 acres, 100% contained. Last report unless significate fire activity occurs.

08/21/2020 1930 CA-CZU Warnella Fire: 290 acres, brush, 5% contained. Limited access and steep terrain. Unified Command CAL FIRE and BLM Central California District.
08/21/2020 1930

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres brush and timber, 30% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remain in place and repopulation in progress. Highway 49 remains closed. Threats to 60 kV power lines, the South Yuba River water shed, and to the Independence Trail and Rush Creek cultural sites. Ground resources continue to mop-up and strengthen control lines and suppression repair is under way. Fire is burning in steep terrain with difficult access.

08/21/2020 1930 CA-PNF North Complex 16,224 acres grass, brush and timber 0% contained. Extreme fire behavior with group torching and uphill runs reported and spotting over 2 miles was reported on the Sheep fire. Clairmont fire is impacting the La Porte Rd area and is threatening east Quincy and the Sheep fires continues to burn towards Gold Run and Susanville. Threat to structures remains. Evacuation Orders in place for all of Gold Run, areas of La Porte Rd. and portions of east Quincy with Evacuation Warnings issued for Taylorsville and Greenhorn. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, historical and cultural sites including a Maidu cultural site, and to Upper Feather River Watershed. Some fires are burning in Steep rugged terrain and road and trail closures are in effect. Active large fire the North Complex: Bear Fire: 250 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 6,392 acres, 0% contained, Copper Fire: 65 acres, 95% contained, Sheep Fire: 11,000 acres, 0% contained, Iron Fire: 50 acres, 50% contained. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/21/2020 1930 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 18,566 acres brush and timber 39% contained. Fire spread continues to the south and east. Threats remain to structures in the Red Cap drainage, cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 17,759acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
08/21/2020 1930 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 46,582 acres grass and brush, 75% contained. Light to creeping fire behavior reported with occasional interior torching. Structure threat remains with evacuation orders remaining near Long Valley Rd, Dog Valley Rd and Balls Canyon Rd. Threats to Critical Sage Grouse habitat and Goshawk Activity Center, Babbitt Peak Research Area, and to Sage Gouse Habitat. Demob continues of critical resources. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command.
08/21/2020 1900

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 3,000 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Active burning conditions with a strong afternoon sea-breeze. The fire burning in old growth with areas of no known fire history. Evacuation Warning issued for Olema and Bolinas, Inverness and Sea Haven. Threat to FAA communication VOR infrastructure and smoke is impacting the city of San Francisco. Northern Rocky Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) assigned, in brief on 8/22.

08/21/2020 1930 CA-MNF Hull Fire: 2,000 acres timber and brush, 0% contained. Active fire behavior with torching, flanking and backing was observed. The fire is threatening structures, state game refuge and Northern Spotted Owl habitat. Private inholdings with structures, cultural and heritage resources as well as PGE infrastructure are also threatened. Fire located in remote area with steep and rugged terrain.
08/21/2020 1600

CA-MNF Hull Fire: 1,500 acres timber and brush, 0% contained. The fire is located on Hull Mountain, 14 miles east of Hears and started on 8/19 at 1435. Moderate rate of spread, current weather is 94 degrees, 29% RH, wind S @ 4, gusts to 16. Fire located in remote area with steep and rugged terrain. Natural resources are threatened. Map

08/21/2020 1130

The National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Sunday morning through Tuesday morning for dry lightning. General areas include: Sacramento Valley, northern San Joaquin Valley, northern Sierra Nevada, and all adjacent foothills including Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Lassen Volcanic National Park, and portions of Plumas, Lassen and Mendocino National Forests. Please see link for area specific details Link

08/21/2020 0800

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 229,968 acres, grass and brush, 10% contained. Marsh 3,000 acres, Canyon 174,866 acres, Reservoir 51,619 acres, Deer 3,294 acres, Arroyo 189 acres, Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in place. Major power transmission lines threatened with continued threats to multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. Highway 130 is closed with additional road closures in the area. 5 residential structures destroyed and damage inspection is ongoing. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access with extreme fire behavior with long-range spotting. FMAG application approved. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command.

08/21/2020 0800 CA-MNF August Complex: 117,365 acres grass, brush and timber, 6% contained. Fire continues to burn towards the community of Paskenta with a decreased threat to the Elk Creek area. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place and portions of County Rd 306 closed. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, and to historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Large fires within the complex: Bean: 30,000 acres, 0% contained, Box: 365 acres, 0% contained, Doe: 77,000 acres, 6% contained, Hopkins: 10,000 acres, 0% contained. Fire Complex is comprised of 32 fires with more expected as fuels continue to dry. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
08/21/2020 0800 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 30,042 acres grass, brush and timber, 10% contained. Fires burned actively overnight. Elkhorn fire 18,000 acres, 0%, Ivory fire 4,500 acres, 0%, Glenn Zone SRA, 5,000 acres, 0%, 5-4 Potters fire 1,012 acres, 70%, 1-7 fire 100 acres, 30%, 1-8 fire150 acres, 50%, 1-12 fire 700 acres, 0%, 2-24 fire 330 acres, 70%, 5-6 fire 250 acres, 25%, Evacuation orders and warnings in place. Continued threat to structures and powerlines, to multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters, and to commercial timber lands. Road and trail closures in the area and damage inspection is ongoing. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) is in command.
08/21/2020 0800 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 219,067 acres grass, brush and timber, 7% contained. Hennessey (merged Round, Morgan, Green, Aetna, Markle, Spanish) 194,942 acres, Wallbridge 21,125 acres, Meyers 3,000 acres, Continued threat to structures with 475 residential, 4 commercial structures and 1 outbuilding destroyed and damage inspection is ongoing. Threat to numerous communities and to Saint Helena Hospital and Travis Air Force Base and evacuation orders remain in place. Multiple highway and road closures and the fire has crossed and is impacting Interstate 80. Major power transmission lines threatened. Extreme fire behavior along with long range spotting, continues to challenge suppression efforts. Threats to multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters, to private timberland, watershed areas and several recreational areas, and to endangered species and cultural sites. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.
08/21/2020 0800 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 5,100 acres grass and brush, 20% contained. Fire behavior moderated last night and crews secured 2 spot fires last night. Threat remains to remote ranches and structures and road closures are in the area. Treats remains grazing allotments, prehistoric cultural resources, and to critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) assigned, on standby.
08/21/2020 0800 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 50,000 acres brush and timber, 0% contained. Fire burned actively overnight with a continued threat to structures and powerlines. Threats to numerous communities, multiple sites of critical infrastructure including water supply pumping stations, commercial timber lands and old growth redwood forest, and to multiple water sheds. 50 residential structures have been destroyed and damage inspection is ongoing. Multiple highway, road and trail closures in the area. FMAG application approved. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT #3 (See) is in unified command with BLM Central California District.
08/21/2020 0800 CA-MEU Creek Fire 820 acres grass and brush, 90% contained. Two structures destroyed. Continue to improve, reinforce and secure control lines.
08/21/2020 0800

CA-MEU 3-19 Fire: 62 acres grass and brush, 95% contained. One structure destroyed. Continue to improve, reinforce and secure control lines

08/21/2020 0800 CA-CZU Warnella Fire: 290 acres, brush, 5% contained. Limited access and steep terrain. Unified Command CAL FIRE and BLM Central California District.
08/21/2020 0800

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres brush and timber, 25% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remain in place and repopulation in progress. Highway 49 remains closed. Threats to 60 kV power lines, the South Yuba River water shed, and to the Independence Trail and Rush Creek cultural sites. 6 residential structures destroyed and damage inspection is completed. Ground resources continue to mop-up and strengthen control lines and suppression repair is under way. Fire is burning in steep terrain with difficult access.

08/21/2020 0800 CA-PNF North Complex 16,224 acres grass, brush and timber 0% contained. Clairmont fire made a run towards the town of Quincy and the LaPorte Rd. area and the Sheep fires continues to burn towards Gold Run and Susanville. Threat to structures remains and evacuation orders in place for all of Gold Run, areas of La Porte Rd. and portions of east Quincy. Threats to Claremont Peak Communication site, private and Federal timberlands, historical and cultural sites, and to Upper Feather River Watershed. Some fires are burning in Steep rugged terrain and road and trail closures are in effect. Active large fire the North Complex: Bear Fire: 41 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 5,618 acres, 0% contained, Copper Fire: 65 acres, 95% contained, Sheep Fire: 10,241 acres, 0% contained, Iron Fire: 50 acres, 100% contained. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/21/2020 0800 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 16,485 acres brush and timber 39% contained. Threats to structures in the Red Cap drainage, to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, to Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 15,678 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
08/21/2020 0800 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 46,872 acres grass and brush, 60% contained. Gusty winds and low RH forecasted today with wind gusts up to 30 mph. Structure threat remains with evacuation Orders near Long Valley Rd x Hwy 395 and Balls Canyon Rd. Threats to Critical Sage Grouse habitat and Goshawk Activity Center, to Babbitt Peak Research Area, and to grazing allotments and wildlife habitat. Demob continues of critical resources. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command.
08/21/2020 0800

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,100 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Evacuation Warning issued for Olema and Bolinas with planned expansion of Evacuation Warnings today. Threat to FAA communication VOR infrastructure.

08/20/2020 2000 CA-NOD W-4 Fire 267 acres, 100% contained. This will be the last report unless significant activity occurs.
08/20/2020 2000

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 157,475 acres, grass and brush, 5% contained: Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats to major water and power infrastructure and critical communications infrastructure. Old growth redwood forest threatened. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access with extreme fire behavior and long-range spotting. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command

08/20/2020 2000 CA-MNF August Complex: 117,365 acres grass, brush and timber, 6% contained. Fire continues to burn towards the community of Paskenta with decreased threat to the Elk Creek area. Evacuation Orders in place. Threats to private timber and ranchlands, powerlines and communications infrastructure, and to historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. Large fires within the complex: Bean: 30,000 acres, 0% contained, Box: 365 acres, 0% contained, Doe: 77,000 acres, 6% contained, Hopkins: 10,000 acres, 0% contained. Fire Complex is comprised of 32 fires with more expected as fuels continue to dry. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
08/20/2020 2000 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 30,042 acres grass, brush and timber, 5% contained. Elkhorn fire 18,000 acres, 0%, Ivory fire 4,500 acres, 0%, Glenn Zone SRA, 5,000 acres, 0%, 5-4 Potters fire 1,012 acres, 70%, 2-24 fire 330 acres, 70%, 5-5 fire 250 acres, 25%, 1-8 fire150 acres, 50%, 1-7 fire 100 acres, 30%. Continued threat to structures and power transmission lines. Evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats to multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters, and commercial timber lands. Road and trail closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) is in command.
08/20/2020 2000 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 215,000 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained. Hennessey (merged fires) 192,000 acres, 0% contained, Wallbridge 20,000 acres, 0% contained, Meyers 3,000 acres, 0% contained, Aetna and Round merged with Hennessey. Continued threat to structures with 475 residential, 4 commercial structures and 1 outbuilding destroyed and damage inspection is ongoing. Threat to numerous communities and to Saint Helena Hospital and Travis Air Force Base. Evacuation orders remain in place with multiple highway and road closures. Fire has crossed and is impacting Interstate 80 and major power transmission lines threatened. Extreme fire behavior along with long range spotting, continues to challenge suppression efforts. Threats to multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters, private timberland, watershed areas and several recreational areas, and to endangered species and cultural sites. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.
08/20/2020 2000 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs:5,100 acres grass and brush, 20% contained. Gusty winds resulted in spot fires this afternoon. Threat remains to remote ranches and structures and road closures remain in the area. Treats remain for grazing allotments, to prehistoric cultural resources, and to critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) assigned, on standby.
08/20/2020 2000 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 48,000 acres brush and timber, 0% contained. Waddell fire, 600 acres 0% contained. The fire burned actively overnight and made significant runs to the southeast. Continued threat to structures and 60 kV power lines. Evacuation orders and warnings in place and evacuation centers have been established. 20 residential structures destroyed and damage inspection is ongoing. Road and trail closures in the area. FMAG has been submitted. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT #3 (See) is in command.
08/20/2020 2000 CA-MEU Creek Fire 820 acres grass and brush, 90% contained. Two structures destroyed. Continue to improve, reinforce and secure control lines.
08/20/2020 2000

CA-MEU 3-19 Fire: 62 acres grass and brush, 95% contained. One structure destroyed. Continue to improve, reinforce and secure control lines.

08/20/2020 2000 CA-CZU Warnella Fire: 290 acres, brush, 5% contained. Limited access and steep terrain. Unified Command with CAL FIRE and BLM Central California District. CAL FIRE IMT- 3 (See).
08/20/2020 2000

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres brush and timber, 15% contained. Continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings remaining in place. Highway 49 remains closed. The Yuba River water shed is threatened. Crews continue to mop up and strengthen control lines.

08/20/2020 2000 CA-PNF North Complex 10,382 acres grass, brush and timber 0% contained. Clairmont fire made a run towards the town of Quincy and the LaPorte Rd area. Sheep fires continues to burn towards Gold Run and Susanville. Threat to structures remains and evacuation orders are in place for all of Gold Run, areas of La Porte Rd. and portions of east Quincy. Threats to private and Federal timberlands, cultural sites, and to Upper Feather River Watershed. Some fires are burning in Steep rugged terrain and road and trail closures in effect. Active large fire the North Complex: Bear Fire: 41 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 3,101 acres, 0% contained, Copper Fire: 65 acres, 95% contained, Sheep Fire: 7,150 acres, 0% contained. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/20/2020 2000 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 16,485 acres brush and timber 39% contained. Threats to structures in the Red Cap drainage, cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, to Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, to high value timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 15,678 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.
08/20/2020 2000 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 46,582 acres grass and brush, 60% contained. Structure threat remains and evacuation 0rders remain near Long Valley Rd x Hwy 395 and Balls Canyon Rd. Threats to Critical Sage Grouse habitat and the Goshawk Activity Center, Babbitt Peak Research Area, and to grazing allotments and wildlife habitat. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command.
08/20/2020 2000

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,000 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Increased fire activity today with running and torching reported. Evacuation Warning issued for Olema and Bolinas. Threat to FAA communication VOR infrastructure.

08/20/2020 1230

North Ops has moved to Preparedness Level 5 at 1230 hours today.

08/20/2020 1200

The National Weather Service- Reno has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 2 PM this afternoon to 9 PM this evening for gusty winds and low humidity. General areas includes: Northern Sierra Front, Far Southern Lassen Counties, and Southern Sierra Front including Alpine Counties Please see link for area specific details. Link

08/20/2020 0830 CA-NOD W-4 Fire 267 acres, grass and brush, 60% contained. Crews continue to complete lines, mop up and patrol
08/20/2020 0830

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 137,475 acres, grass and brush, 5% contained. 20 fires in the complex: Marsh 3,000 acres, 99% contained, Canyon 104,200 acres, 0% contained, Reservoir 27,550 acres, 10% contained, Deer 3,000 acres, 70% contained, Arroyo 190 acres, 90% contained, Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats to major power transmission lines, and critical communications infrastructure. Highway 130 is closed with additional road closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access with extreme fire behavior and long-range spotting. Red Flag Warning in effect for extremely dry conditions with gusty winds. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command

08/20/2020 0830 CA-MNF August Complex: 65,030 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained. No IR Flight. Fire made a run towards the community of Paskenta. Threat to the communities of Paskenta, Elk Run and surrounding areas with evacuation Orders in place. Threat to private timber and ranchlands. Red Flag Warning for breezy winds and low overnight RH recoveries. Threats to powerlines and communications infrastructure and to historic sites and critical wildlife habitat. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) in command.
08/20/2020 0830 CA-BTU/TGU Lightning Complex: 21,042 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained. Elkhorn 15,250 acres, 0%, Ivory 4000 acres, 0%, 5-4 Potters 1012 acres, 50%, 2-24 330 acres, 50%, 5-5 200 acres, 50%, 1-8 150 acres, 0%, 1-7 100 acres, 5%. Continued threat to structures and major power transmission powerlines and evacuation orders and warnings are in place. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. Red Flag Warning in effect for extremely dry conditions with gusty winds. CAL FIRE IMT 4 (Russell) is in command.
08/20/2020 0830 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 131,000 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained. Hennessey (merged fires) 105,000 acres, 0% contained, Wallbridge 14,500 acres, 0% contained, Meyers 3,000 acres, 0% contained, Round 4,000 acres, 0% contained, Aetna 4,500 acres, 0% contained, Continued threat to structures. Estimated 100 residential, 4 commercial structures and 1 outbuilding destroyed and damage inspection is ongoing. Threats to numerous communities and evacuation orders remain in place. Multiple highway and road closures and the fire has crossed and is impacting Interstate 80. Major power transmission lines are threatened. Extreme fire behavior along with long range spotting, continues to challenge suppression efforts. Threats to multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeater sites, private timberland, watershed areas and several recreational areas. Red Flag Warning in effect for extremely dry conditions with gusty winds. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.
08/20/2020 0830 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 5,100 acres grass and brush, 20% contained. Fire behavior moderated overnight. Threat remains to remote ranches and structures and road closures are in area. Treats remains grazing allotments, prehistoric cultural resources, and to critical Greater Sage Grouse habitat. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) assigned, in brief 8/20
08/20/2020 0830 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 40,000 acres brush and timber, 0% contained. Waddell fire, 600 acres 0% contained. Four major fires from previous report have merged. The fire burned actively overnight and made significant runs to the southeast. Continued threat to structures and 60 kV power lines. Evacuation orders and warnings in place and evacuation centers have been established. 20 residential structures destroyed and damage inspection is ongoing. Road and trail closures in the area. FMAG has been submitted. Limited access and steep terrain. CAL FIRE IMT #3 (See) is in command
08/20/2020 0830 CA-MEU Creek Fire: 820 acres grass and brush, 70% contained
08/20/2020 0830

CA-MEU 3-19 Fire: 62 acres grass and brush, 50% contained. One structure destroyed. Crews continue to improve, reinforce and secure control lines.

08/20/2020 0830 CA-CZU Warnella Fire: 290 acres, brush, 5% contained. Limited access and steep terrain. Unified Command CAL FIRE and BLM Central California District.
08/20/2020 0830

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres brush and timber, 10% contained. Continued threat to structures. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Highway 49 remains closed. 5 residential structures destroyed and damage inspection is ongoing. Threat to communities of Nevada City and Grass Valley. The fire is burning in steep terrain with difficult access

08/20/2020 0830 CA-PNF North Complex 8,441 acres grass, brush and timber 5% contained. Clairmont fire made a run towards the town of Quincy and the LaPorte Rd. area. Sheep fires continues to burn towards Gold Run and Susanville. Continued threat to structures with evacuation Orders in place. Threats to private and Federal timberlands, historical and cultural sites, and to the Upper Feather River Watershed. Some fires are burning in Steep rugged terrain and road and trail closures are in effect. Red Flag Warning in place for breezy winds and low RH recoveries. Active fires over 5 acres in the North Complex: Bear Fire: 41 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 3,000 acres, 0% contained, Copper Fire: 50 acres, 95% contained, Sheep Fire: 5,300 acres, 0% contained. 17 other fires currently less than 5 acres or fully contained. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in command.
08/20/2020 0830 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 16,255 acres brush and timber 38% contained. No IR Flight overnight. Threats to structures in the Red Cap drainage, cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, to Spotted Owl Habitat, high value timberlands, and trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 15,448 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command
08/20/2020 0830 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 46,386 acres grass and brush, 38% contained. No IR Flight overnight. Structure threat remains and evacuations orders and warnings are in place. Threats to Hwy 395 and Hwy 70, Critical Sage Grouse habitat and Goshawk Activity Center, Babbitt Peak Research Area, and to grazing allotments and wildlife habitat. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command.
08/20/2020 0830

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 1,100 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Active Fire behavior reported with an evacuation Warning issued for Olema and Bolinas. Threat to FAA communication VOR infrastructure.

08/19/2020 1915 CA-NOD W-4 Fire: 267 acre grass and brush, 60% contained. Crews continue to strengthen control lines and mop up.
08/19/2020 1835

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 102,000 acres, grass and brush, 5% contained. Extreme fire behavior reported with spotting upt to 3/4 mile reported. and group tree torching. Structures threatened with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats to major power transmission lines and critical communications infrastructure, Natural and cultural resources threatened. Road closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command.

08/19/2020 1825 CA-MNF August Complex: 65,030 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained. Fire continued to burn rapidly with long range spotting reported. Evacuation Orders have been issued in the area. There is a threat to power-lines, communications infrastructure and critical wildlife habitat. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) assigned
08/19/2020 1820 CA-BTU Butte Lightning Complex: 1,675 acres grass, brush and timber, 20% contained. There is a continued structure threat. Threat to the communities of Stirling City, Feather Falls and Forest Ranch. Threats to high value timberland and 230 kV transmission lines. This incident now includes the previously reported Potter Fire. Red Flag Warning for very dry with gusty winds in effect. CAL FIRE IMT- 4 (Russell) assigned.
08/19/2020 1815 CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 124,100 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Extreme fire behavior was reported with tree torching and long range spotting reported. . Evacuation Orders and Warnings are in place. There is a threat to critical infrastructure, natural resources, critical wildlife habitat threatened. Hwy 128 and Hwy 121 are closed and there are impact reported on Hwy 80. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.
08/19/2020 1805 CA-NOD W-5 Cold Springs: 5,100 acres brush and grass, 20% contained: Moderate fire behavior reported. There is a threat to ranches in the area. There is also threat to Critical Sage Grouse Habitat and historic sites. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) assigned, in brief 8/20
08/19/2020 1800 CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 50,000 acres brush and timber, 0% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings are in place. There is a threat to critical infrastructure and natural resources such as old growth timber and watersheds. CAL FIRE IMT #3 (See) in command.
08/19/2020 1755 CA-PNF North Complex 7,877 acres grass, brush and timber 5% contained. Extreme fire behavior reported. The sheep fire is burning towards the city of Susanville and is approx. 4 miles from the town.. Threat to structures with Evacuation Orders in place. Threats to private and Federal timberlands, Archaeological sites, and to the Upper Feather River Watershed. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in brief at 1400.
08/19/2020 1745 CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 1,100 acres timber and brush, 0% contained. Active fire behavior with wind driven and uphill runs observed. Evacuation Warnings have been issued for Olema and Bolinas. There is a threat to FAA communications site and critical infrastructure.
08/19/2020 1740 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 16,255 acres, brush and timber, 38% contained. Burn out operations continue on the Red Fire. Threats remain to structures in the Red Cap drainage, high value timberlands, Critical Wildlife habitat and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. There is also a threat to culturally sensitive areas for the Hoopa, Karuk and Yurok Tribes. Road, trail and area closures in effect, Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 14,690 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command
08/19/2020 1735 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 46,386 acres grass and brush, 35% contained. Spot fires in the afternoon challenged firefighting efforts. Structure threat remains with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats to Hwy 395 and Hwy 70, Critical Sage Grouse habitat and Goshawk Activity Center, Babbitt Peak Research Area, and to grazing allotments and wildlife habitat. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command.
08/19/2020 1426

CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 700 acres, timber and brush, 0% contained. Fire is located in the Point Reyes National Seashore, 3 miles southwest Olema. Fire started on 8/18 at 1515 hrs. Active fire behavior with wind driven and uphill runs observed. Current weather is 83 degrees, 28% RH, winds NNW at 5 mph with gusts to 16 mph. Evacuation Warnings have been issued for Olema and Bolinas. There is a threat to FAA communications site and critical infrastructure. Map

08/19/2020 0900

The National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect today through tomorrow morning for gusty winds and low humidity. General areas includes: Central Sacramento Valley in Glenn, Colusa, Yuba, Northern Sutter, and Butte County below 1000 Ft. Southern Sacramento Valley in Yolo-Sacramento Far Western Placer, southern Sutter and Solano County below 1000 Ft-Northern San Joaquin Valley in San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties Below 1000 ft-Southeast Edge Shasta-Trinity NF and Western Portions of Tehama-Glenn Unit-Eastern Mendocino NF. Please see link for area specific details. Link

08/19/2020 0900

The National Weather Service- Reno has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 1 PM this afternoon to 9 PM this evening for gusty winds and low humidity. General areas includes: Surprise Valley California, Western Lassen, Eastern Plumas, Eastern Sierra, and Eastern Nevada Counties, Eastern Lassen County, Northern Sierra Front, and Far Southern Lassen Counties. Please see link for area specific details. Link

08/19/2020 0830

CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 10,000 acres brush and timber, 0% contained. Large fires include: 5-13 Waddell fire, 600 acres 0% contained, 5-14 fire, 2,800 acres, 0% contained, 5-15 fire, 3,300 acres, 0% contained, 5-18 fire, 3,300 acres, 0% contained, Continued threat to structures and powerlines and evacuation orders and warnings are in place. Limited access and steep terrain and a total of 22 fires in the Unit. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH. CAL FIRE IMT #3 (See) transition at 0800 today

08/19/2020 0830

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 85,000 acres, grass and brush, 5% contained. 20 fires in the complex; Marsh 3,000 acres, Canyon 71,000 acres, Reservoir 8,000, Deer 3,000 acres, Arroyo 190 acres. Structures threatened with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats to major power transmission lines and to critical communications infrastructure. Road closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command

08/19/2020 0830

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 675 acres brush and timber, 5% contained. Minimal fire activity overnight. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in place. Residential structures and outbuildings destroyed with damage inspection is ongoing. Threat to communities of Nevada City and Grass Valley.

08/19/2020 0830

CA-CZU Warnella Fire: 290 acres, brush, 5% contained. Limited access and steep terrain. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Unified Command CAL FIRE and BLM Central California District. CAL FIRE IMT- 3 (See) transition at 0800 today

08/19/2020 0830

CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 46,225 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Large fire include: Hennessy 12,500 acres, 0% contained, Gamble 13,000 acres, 0% contained, Markley 5,000, 0% contained, Spanish Valley 4,000 acres, 0% contained, Green 8,000 acres, 0% contained, Morgan 2,200 acres, 0% contained, Wallbridge 1,500 acres, 0% contained, Mayers 25 acres, 0% contained. Continues threat to structures and evacuation orders remain in place. Red Flag Warning for very dry with gusty winds in effect. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.

08/19/2020 0830

CA-BTU Butte Lightning Complex: 645 acres grass, brush and timber, 16% contained. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. Continued structure threat. Threat to the communities of Stirling City, Feather Falls and Forest Ranch. Threats to high value timberland and 230 kV transmission lines. Red Flag Warning for very dry with gusty winds in effect. CAL FIRE IMT- 4 (Russell) mobilized. In-briefing 1100 today.

08/19/2020 0830

CA-BTU 5-4 Potters Fire : 650 acres grass and brush, 21% contained. Continued threat to structures, evacuation warnings remain in in place. Threat to the communities of Kelly Ridge and City of Oroville with road closures in the area. CAL FIRE IMT- 4 (Russell) mobilized. In-briefing 1100 today.

08/19/2020 0830

CA-TGU 4-8 Fire: 250 acres grass and brush, 90% contained. Red Flag Warning for very dry with gusty winds in effect.

08/19/2020 0830

CA-MEU Creek Fire: 1,000 acres grass and brush, 20% contained. Continued threat to structures with one structure destroyed. Evacuation orders in effect. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH

08/19/2020 0830

CA-MEU 3-19: 62 acres grass and brush, 40% contained. Structure threat mitigated with one structure destroyed. Resources continue to construct containment lines. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH.

08/19/2020 0830

CA-NOD Fire Activity: The BLM Northern California District has had 8 fires reported from lightning. All fires not listed below are under 10 acres. Large fires include: W-4 Fire: 267 acres, 55% contained, R-5 Fire: 290 acres, 100% contained, W-5 Fire: 2500 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Threats to Sage Grouse habitat and to remote ranches structures. California Type 2, Team 13 (Wakowski) assigned, in brief 8/20 1000.

08/19/2020 0830

CA-PNF North Complex 4,135 acres grass, brush and timber 5% contained. Moderate overnight fire behavior on the Sheep and Clairmont Fires, Minimal on all others. Crews made good progress on the Copper Fire. Threat to structures with Evacuation Orders in place. Threats to private and Federal timberlands, Archeological sites, and to the Upper Feather River Watershed. Some fires are burning in Steep rugged terrain and road and trail closures in effect. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Active fires over 5 acres in the North Complex: Bear Fire: 15 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 600 acres, 0% contained, Copper Fire: 20 acres, 0% contained, Sheep Fire: 3,500 acres, 0% contained. 17 other fires currently less than 5 acres. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in brief at 1400.

08/19/2020 0800

CA-MNF August Complex: 30,025 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained. The Rockwell, Pine Kop, Doe and Bowman Fires have either merged or are in the immediate area and total 30,000 acres, 0% contained. Box: 25 acres, 0% contained. Fires burned rapidly overnight to the east and are a threat to the community of Elk Creek. Evacuation Orders in place. Threats to Campgrounds and old FS Station and to powerlines. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH. California Type 2, Team 15 (Harris) assigned to August Complex, in brief today.

08/19/2020 0830

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 15,497 acres brush and timber 38% contained. Burn out operations continue on the Red Fire. Threat to structures in the Red Cap drainage. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, high value timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 14,690 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

08/19/2020 0830

CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 46,386 acres grass and brush, 35% contained. Structure threat remains with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats to Hwy 395 and Hwy 70, Critical Sage Grouse habitat and Gashawk Activity Center, Babbitt Peak Research Area, and to grazing allotments and wildlife habitat. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

08/18/2020 2000

CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 7,500 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. Large fires include: 5-13 Waddell fire, 500 acres 0% contained, 5-14 fire, 2,000 acres, 0% contained, 5-15 fire, 2,500 acres, 0% contained, 5-18 fire, 2,500 acres, 0% contained, Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings are in place. Limited access and steep terrain. Total of 22 fires in the Unit.

08/18/2020 2000

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 35,000 acres, grass and brush, 4% contained. 20 fires in the complex: Marsh 1,000 acres, 10% contained, Arroyo 1,000 acres, 10% contained, Canyon 30,000 acres, 0% contained, Deer 3,000 acres, 4% contained, Structures threatened with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Major power transmission lines threatened with additional threat to critical communications infrastructure. Road closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command.

08/18/2020 2000

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 675 acres, brush and timber, 5% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in place. Residential structures and outbuildings destroyed with damage inspection is ongoing. Threat to communities of Nevada City and Grass Valley.

08/18/2020 2000

CA-CZU Warnella Fire: 300 acres, grass and brush, 5% contained. Limited access and steep terrain with heavy mop up in coastal redwood timber. Unified Command CAL FIRE and BLM – Central California District. CAL FIRE IMT- 3 (See) mobilized. In-briefing 0800 tomorrow morning (08/19/20)

08/18/2020 2000

CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 32,025 acres grass and brush, 0% contained Large fire include: Hennessy 10,000 acres, 0% contained, Gamble 10,000 acres, 0% contained, 15-10 fire 8,000 acres, 0% contained, Markley fire 2,500 acres, 0% contained, 13-4 fire 500 acres, 0% contained, 11-6 fire 25 acres, 0% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders remain in place. Erratic winds, record high temperatures and low humidity are having an effect on fuels resulting in extreme fire behavior. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.

08/18/2020 2000

CA-BTU Butte Lightning Complex: 645 acres grass, brush and timber, 15% contained. The complex is comprised of 25 fires. Large fires include: 2-24, Forest Ranch/Centerville area, 330 acres, 10% contained. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access with limited resources available in Unit. Continued threat to structures, the communities of Stirling City, Feather Falls and Forest Ranch, high value timberland, and 230 kV transmission lines. CAL FIRE IMT- 4 (Russell) mobilized. In-briefing 1100 tomorrow morning (08/19/20)

08/18/2020 2000

CA-BTU 5-4 Potters Fire : 650 acres grass, brush and timber, 10% contained. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders have been downgraded to evacuation warnings. Threat to the communities of Kelly Ridge and City of Oroville with road closures in the area

08/18/2020 2000

CA-TGU 4-8 Fire: 250 acres grass and brush, 70% contained

08/18/2020 1900

CA-NOD Fire Activity: The BLM Northern California District has had 6 fires reported from lightning. Large fires include: : W-4 Fire, 267 acres, 50% contained with dozer line around most of the fire. R-5 Fire, 471 acres, 75% contained. Forward rate of spread has been stopped. W-5 Fire: 2500 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Rapid rate of spread. 1,500 acres Greater Sage-Grouse Priority Habitat Management Area (PHMA) burned. Threat to three remote ranches with residential homes and several outbuildings that are within 2 miles of the fire.

08/18/2020 1900

CA-PNF North Complex 1,481 acres grass, brush and timber 5% contained. Extreme fire behavior, Crowning, torching and uphill runs reported. Threat to structures with evacuation Orders in place. Threat to private and Federal timberlands, archeological sites, and the Upper Feather River Watershed. Some fires are burning in Steep rugged terrain. Road and trail closures in effect. Active fires over 5 acres in the North Complex :Bear Fire: 15 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 450 acres, 0% contained, Copper Fire: 10 acres, 0% contained, Sheep Fire: 1000 acres, 0% contained. 17 other fires currently less than 5 acres. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in brief tomorrow at 1400.

08/18/2020 1900

CA-MNF Fire Activity: The Mendocino National Forest has had 23 fires reported from lightning. Large fires include: : Doe Fire, 1,400 acres, 0% contained, Pine Kop Fire, 850 acres, 0% contained, Rockwell Fire, 850 acres, 0% contained, and the Box fire 25 acres, 0% contained. All listed fires will be part of the MNF August Lightning Complex. Threats to Campgrounds and old FS Station. California Type 2 Team 15 (Harris) is assigned to the MNF August Lightning Complex and will in brief today.

08/18/2020 1900

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 15,497 acres, brush and timber, 38% contained. Burn out operations continue on the Red Fire. Threats remain to structures in the Red Cap drainage, to cultural and historic sites, high value timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures in effect, Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 14,690 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command

08/18/2020 1900

CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 44,147 acres grass and brush, 30% contained. Structure threat remains with evacuation orders and warnings in place. Threats to Hwy 395 and Hwy 70, Critical Sage Grouse habitat, Babbitt Peak Research Area, and to grazing allotments and wildlife habitat. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command.

08/18/2020 1600

CA-NOD Fire Activity: The BLM Northern California District has had 7 fires reported from lightning. Large fires include: W-4 Fire, 267 acres, 50% contained with dozer line around most of the fire. R-5 Fire, 471 acres, 75% contained. Forward rate of spread has been stopped. W-5 Fire: 1000 acres grass and brush, 0% contained, is a New Fire. The fire is located 10 miles east of Madeline, rapid rate of spread. No current threats reported.Map

08/18/2020 0930

CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 722 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. San Mateo Santa Cruz Unit had fires reported from lightning. Large fires include: Waddell fire (previously 5-8) 118 acres, 0% contained, 5-14 fire, 215 acres, 0% contained, 5-15 fire, 272 acres, 0% contained, 5-18 fire, 117 acres, 0% contained. Continued threat to structures with limited access and steep terrain. A total of 22 fires in the Unit

08/18/2020 0930

CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 25,000 acres, grass and brush, 0% contained. 20 fires are in the complex: 4-1 (Previously Marsh) fire 1,000 acres, 10% contained, Arroyo 1,000 acres, 10% contained, Canyon 20,000 acres, 0% contained, Deer 3,000 acres, 4% contained. Threat to critical communications infrastructure and there are road closures in the area. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command

08/18/2020 0930

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 625 acres, brush and timber, 5% contained. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders in place. Residential structures and outbuildings have been destroyed and damage inspection is ongoing. Threat to communities of Nevada City and Grass Valley. Unified Command CAL FIRE and Nevada County Consolidated Fire Protection District.

08/18/2020 0930

CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 44,147 acres grass and brush, 30% contained.  Outflow winds continued to cause spotting. Structure threat remains with evacuations orders and warning in place. Threat to Hwy 395 and Hwy 70. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command

08/18/2020 0930

CA-CZU Warnella Fire: 120 acres, grass and brush, 0% contained. Fire is located at Warnella Rd. and Cement Plant Rd, east of Davenport. Limited access and steep terrain. Heavy mop-up in coastal Redwood timber

08/18/2020 0930

CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 12,400 acres grass and brush, 0% contained Large fire include: Hennessy 2,900 acres, 0% contained, Gamble 4,500 acres, 0% contained, 15-10 fire 5,000 acres, 0% contained. There is a continued threat to structures and evacuation orders remain in place. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command.

08/18/2020 0930

CA-BTU Butte Lightning Complex: 356 acres grass, brush and timber, 15% contained. The complex is comprised of 25 fires. Large fires include: 5-4 Potters has been removed from complex. 2-24, Forest Ranch/Centerville area, 330 acres, 0% contained. All other fires are 12 acres or less. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access with limited resources available in Unit and a significant augmentation of air and ground resources

08/18/2020 0930

CA-BTU 5-4 Potters Fire : 600 acres grass, brush and timber, 10% contained. Fire remained active through the night. Continues threat to structures

08/18/2020 0930

CA-NOD Fire Activity: The BLM Northern California District has had 6 fires reported from lightning. Large fires include: W-4 Fire, 250 acres, 20% contained with dozer line around most of the fire. R-5 Fire, 290 acres, 20% contained. Structures and powerlines are threatened, forward rate of spread has been stopped.

08/18/2020 1900

CA-PNF North Complex 1,481 acres grass, brush and timber 5% contained. Extreme fire behavior, Crowning, torching and uphill runs reported. Threat to structures with evacuation Orders in place. Threat to private and Federal timberlands, archeological sites, and the Upper Feather River Watershed. Some fires are burning in Steep rugged terrain. Road and trail closures in effect. Active fires over 5 acres in the North Complex :Bear Fire: 15 acres, 0% contained, Claremont Fire: 450 acres, 0% contained, Copper Fire: 10 acres, 0% contained, Sheep Fire: 1000 acres, 0% contained. 17 other fires currently less than 5 acres. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in brief tomorrow at 1400.

08/18/2020 0930

CA-MNF Fire Activity: The Mendocino National Forest has had 20 fires reported from lightning. Large fires include: Doe Fire, 1,400 acres, 0% contained, Pine Kop Fire, 750 acres, 0% contained, Rockwell Fire, 400 acres, 0% contained, and the Box fire 25 acres, 0% contained. All listed fires will be part of the MNF August Lightning Complex. Currently there are no threats reported. California Type 2 Team 15 (Harris) is assigned to the MNF August Lightning Complex and will in brief today.

08/18/2020 0930

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 15,129 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. Active fire behavior until midnight, then creeping and smoldering. Burn out operations continue on the Red Fire. Threats remain to structures in the Red Cap drainage, cultural and historic sites, high value timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures remain in effect. Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 14,322 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

08/18/2020 0930

CA-TGU 4-8 Fire: 250 acres grass and brush, 55% contained

08/17/2020 2025

CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 722 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. San Mateo Santa Cruz Unit had 22 fires reported from lightning. Large fires include: 5-14 fire, 215 acres, 0% contained, 5-15 fire, 272 acres, 0% contained, 5-18 fire, 117 acres, 0% contained and Waddell fire (previously 5-8) 118 acres, 0% contained. Structures are threatened and fires are located in steep terrain with limited access.

08/17/2020 2025

CA-SCU Marsh Fire: 4,000 acres grass, 0% contained. 5 fires in the area. Red Flag Warning in effect for dry lightning and strong outflow winds. Fires are located in remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE Team 6 (Veik) is in Command.

08/17/2020 2025

CA-SCU Deer Zone Fires: 1,450 acres grass and brush, 0%. 2 fires in the area. Red flag warning in effect for dry lightning and strong outflow winds. Structures remain threatened and Evacuation Warnings remain in place. CAL FIRE Team 6 (Veik) is in Command

08/17/2020 2025

CA-SCU Canyon Zone Fires: 10,000 acres grass, 0% contained. 6 fires in the area. A Red Flag Warning in effect for dry lightning and strong outflow winds. Fires are in  remote locations with difficult access. CAL FIRE Team 6 (Veik) is in command

08/17/2020 2025

CA-NEU Jones Fire: 150 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. Fire is located at Jones Bar Rd. in the Yuba River Drainage, 5 miles northwest od Nevada City. Structures are threatened and Evacuation Orders are in place. There is a threat to the communities of Nevada City and Grass Valley. Cal Fire and Nevada County Consolidated Fire Protection District are in Unified Command. Map

08/17/2020 2025

CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 35,725 acres grass and brush, 10% contained.  Out flow winds from thunderstorms contributed to extreme fire behavior. Structures remain threatened and Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Highway 395 and Highway 70 are threatened. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) is in command.

08/17/2020 2025

CA-CZU Warnella Fire: 120 acres, grass and brush, 0% contained. Fire is located at Warnella Rd. and Cement Plant Rd, east of Davenport. Access is limited due to steep terrain. Crews continue to mop up in heavy Coastal Redwood timber. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for dry lightning and strong outflow winds.

08/17/2020 2025

CA-LNU Gamble Fire: 811 acres brush, 0% contained. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for dry lightning and strong outflow winds. Cal Fire IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

08/17/2020 2025

CA-LNU Hennessey Fire: 2,500 acres brush, 0% contained. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for dry lightning and strong outflow winds.  There is a continued threat to structures and Evacuation Orders remain in place. Cal Fire IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) is in command.

08/17/2020 2025

CA-BTU Butte Lightning Complex: 1,000 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained. The complex is comprised of 26 fires. Large fires include: Potters Fire (previously 5-4) 600 acres, 0% contained, 2-24 Fire, 330 acres, 0% contained. All other fires are less than 12 acres. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. Red Flag Warning is in effect for dry lightning and strong out flow winds.

08/17/2020 2025

CA-TGU Elk Fire: 727 acres grass, 100% contained.

08/17/2020 2025

CA-NOD Fire Activity: The BLM Northern California District has had 12 fires reported from lightning. Large fires include: W-4 Fire, 100 acres, 0% contained, R-5 Fire, 120 acres, 0% contained. Structures and powerlines are threatened on the R-5 Fire.

08/17/2020 2025

CA-PNF Fire Activity: The Plumas National Forest has had 23 fires reported from lightning. Large fires include: Sheep Fire, 50 acres, 0% contained. There is a threat to Red Rock Lookout. Claremont fire is 100 acres, 0% contained. It is burning with a rapid rate of spread and reported as making crown runs. There is a threat to major communications site and private timberland.

08/17/2020 2025

CA-MNF Fire Activity: The Mendocino National Forest has had 12 + fires reported from lightning. Large fires include: Doe Fire, 1,200 acres, 0% contained, Pine Kop Fire, 750 acres, 0% contained, Rockwell Fire, 400 acres, 0% contained, and the Box fire 25 acres, 0% contained. All listed fires will be part of the MNF August Lightning Complex. All other fires are reported to be under 5 acres. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for dry lightning. California Type 2 Team 15 (Harris) is assigned to the MNF August Lightning Complex and will in brief on 8/18.

08/17/2020 2025

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 15,028 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. Burn out operations continue on the Red Fire, crews continue mop-up operation on the Salmon Fire. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites, high value timber and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Road, trail and area closures remain in place. Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 14,221 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command

08/17/2020 2025

CA-HIA Jones Point Fire: 137 acres brush and timber, 100% contained.

08/17/2020 1450

CA-LNU Hennessey Fire: 750 acres brush, 0% contained. This fire is located at Hennessey Ridge Rd. and Chiles Pope Valley Rd., 8 miles east of St. Helena. There is a Red Flag Warning over the fire area for thunderstoms and strong outflow winds. There is a current threat to structures with Evacuation Orders in place. Map

08/17/2020 1430

CA-LNU Gamble Fire: 350 acres brush, 0% contained. This fire is located at Berryessa Knoxville Rd., 6 miles west of Brooks. There is a Red Flag Warning over the fire area for thunderstoms and strong outflow winds. There is a current threat to structures in the area. Map

08/17/2020 1400

CA-BTU Butte Lightning Complex: 120 acres grass, brush and timber, 0% contained. The complex is comprised of 29 fires that encompass a large area of Butte County. The largest fire is the 100 acre Potters Fire, located 4 miles NE of Oroville. Evacuation warnings are in progress with a current threat to high voltage powerlines. Many fires are located in remote areas with difficult access. There is a Red Flag Warning over the fire area for thunderstoms and strong outflow winds.Map

08/17/2020 1150

CA-MNF Pine Kop Fire: 80 acres timber, 0% contained. This fire is located on Cedar Ridge, 16 miles west of Elk Creek. There is a Red Flag Warning over the fire area for thunderstoms and strong outflow winds. There are no current threats reported. This fire started yesterday 8/16. Map

08/17/2020 1115

CA-MNF Rockwell Ridge Fire: 150 acres timber, 0% contained. A Red Flag Warning is in effect over the fire area for thunderstorms and strong outflow winds. This fire is located in the Rockwell Ridge area, 19 miles west of Elk Creek. There are no current threats reported. This fire started yesterday 8/16. Map

08/17/2020 0955 CA-TGU Elk Fire: 727 acres grass, 75% contained. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for thunderstorms with gusty outflow winds in the fire area. Crews continue to mop up and stengthen control lines.
08/17/2020 0950 CA-SCU Canyon Zone Fires: 1,851 acres grass, 0% contained. 4 fires in the area with the largest at 1,851 acres. A Red Flag Warning in effect for dry lightning and strong outflow winds. Fire is in a remote location with difficult access.

CAL FIRE Team 6 will inbief today.
08/17/2020 0950 CA-SCU Deer Zone Fires: 1,161 acres grass and brush, 0%. 4 fires in the area. Red flag warning in effect for dry lightning and strong outflow winds. Structures are threatened with evacuation warnings in place. CAL FIRE Team 6 will inbief today.
08/17/2020 0950 CA-SCU Marsh Fire: 1,775 acres grass, 0% contained. 4 fires in the area with the largest at 1,253 acres. Red flag warning in effect for dry lightning and strong outflow winds. CAL FIRE Team 6 will inbief today.
08/17/2020 0655 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire 35,900 acres grass and brush, 10% contained. The fire made a 5 mile run to the south yesterday evening. Crews made good progress on this section flanking the fire and catching the head of the fire. Structures remain threatened in the communities of Chilcoot and Vinton, with Evacuation Orders in place. Highway 395 is open to escorted traffic control and Highway 70 opened to through traffic today at 1700. Be advised road closures may change at any time. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) is in command.

08/17/2020 0640 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 15,028 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. Burn out operations continue on the Red Fire, crews continue mop-up operation on the Salmon Fire. The spot fire on Prospect Peak is well established and burning actively. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites, high value timber and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 14,221 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command
08/16/2020 1955 CA-SCU Marsh Fire: 600 acres grass, 0% contained. Active fire behavior with multiple short range spot fires observed. Fire is located at Arroyo Hondo Rd. and Oakridge Rd., 6 miles northeast of Milpitas. Red flag warning in effect for dry lightning and strong outflow winds. There are no current threats noted.
08/16/2020 1935 CA-SCU Deer Zone Fires: 400 acres grass and brush, 0%. Active fire behavior with short range spotting observed. Red flag warning in effect for dry lightning and strong outflow winds. This incident is made up of 4 separate fires. Structures are threatened with evacuation warnings in place. There is also a threat to The Highland Peak Repeater Site.

08/16/2020 1930

CA-MNF Doe Fire: 1,000 acres timber and brush, 0% contained. Fire behavior is extreme with crowning and spotting observed. There is a Red Flag Warning in place for thunderstorms and gusty outflow winds in the fire area. There is a current threat to campgrounds and unoccupied structures in the area. 

08/16/2020 1920 CA-SCU Canyon Zone Fires: 620 acres grass, 0% contained. Active fire behavior with short range spotting observed. This incident is made up of 4 separate fires. A Red Flag Warning in effect for dry lightning and strong outflow winds. Fire is in a remote location with difficult access.

08/16/2020 1840

CA-TGU Elk Fire: 727 acres grass, 50% contained. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for thunderstorms with gusty outflow winds in the fire area. Crews continue to mop up and stengthen control lines.

08/16/2020 1820 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire 29,828 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. The fire continues to exhibit extreme fire behavior, with wind driven runs and long range spotting. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty outflow winds and potential dry lightning. Structures remain threatened in the communities of Chilcoot and Vinton, with Evacuation Orders in place. Highway 395 is open to escorted traffic control and Highway 70 opened to through traffic today at 1700. Be advised road closures may change at any time. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) is in command.

08/16/2020 1800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 12,856 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. Multiple area closures are in effect for the fire. Burn out operations continue on the Red Fire, crews continue mop-up operation on the Salmon Fire. The spot fire on Prospect Peak is well established and burning actively. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites, high value timber and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 12,049 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command

08/16/2020 1440

CA-MNF Doe Fire: 100 acres timber, 0% contained. Fire is located near County Road 313 and Hull Road, 9 miles southwest of Paskenta. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread and no threats have been reported. Current weather is 94 degrees, 27% RH, Winds are NNW at 3 mph with gusts to 15 mph.  Map

08/16/2020 1440

CA-TGU Elk Fire: 727 acres grass, 40% contained. Forward spread has been stopped. Structure threat has been mitigated and  Evacuation Orders have been lifted.

08/16/2020 1330 CA-SCU Canyon Zone Fires: 102 acres grass, 0% contained with a moderate rate of spread and short range spotting. This incident is made up of 3 separate fires. The fires are located in the Del Puerto Canyon area, northwest of Patterson. Access is difficult due to the incidents remote location.Map
08/16/2020 1215

CA-TGU Elk Fire: 700 acres grass, 5% contained. Structures are threatened with Evacuation Orders in place.

08/16/2020 1130 CA-SCU Deer Zone Fires: 100 acres grass and brush, 0% contained with a moderate rate of spread. This incident is made up of 3 to 5 separate fires. The fires are located in the Deer Valley and Marsh Creek Rd. areas southwest of Brentwood. Structures are threatened with evacuation warnings in progress. There is also a threat to Highland Peak Repeater Site.Map
08/16/2020 1130

CA-TGU Elk Fire: 350 acres grass, 0% contained with a rapid rate of spread. The fire is located 12 miles west of Willows. Structures are threatened with evacuations in progress for the community of Fruto. Map

08/16/2020 0700 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire 22,000 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. The fire burned actively overnight, mainly moving both North and West toward the communities of Loyalton, Chilcoot and Vinton. Structures remain threatened with Evacuation Orders in place. Road closures in place for Highway 395 and 70. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) is in command.
08/15/2020 1830 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire 20,000 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. The fire is exhibiting extreme fire behavior. Structures are threatened with Evacuation Orders in place for multiple communities in the area. Road closures in place for Highway 395 and 70. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) will assume command at 1900 this eveniing.
08/15/2020 1830

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 12,101 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. Burn out operations continue on the Red Fire, crews continue mop-up operation on the Salmon Fire. The spot fire North of the Red fire is now 143 acres and burning in steep rugged terrain. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 11,294 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command

08/15/2020 1400 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire 2,000 acres grass and brush, 5% contained. Fire continues spreading to the east. Structures are threatened with Evacuation Orders issued for the Long Valley area. Highway 70 is closed in the fire area. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) is scheduled to inbrief today.
08/15/2020 1155 The National Weather Service- Sacramento, San Francisco, Eureka and Medford have issued a Red Flag Warning for a large portion of the North Ops area. Time periods vary by area but generally start this evening and go through Sunday. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Link
08/15/2020 0920 CA-TNF Loyalton Fire 1,200 acres grass and brush, 5% contained. Fire continued spreading to the east overnight. Further spread to the east could have future impacts the structures in the Long Valley area and community of Bordertown.
08/14/2020 1830

CA-TNF Loyalton Fire 50 acres, grass and brush, 0% contained. rapid rate of spread with significant augmentation of air and ground resources

08/14/2020 1830

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 10,895 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. Burn out operations continue on the Red Fire, crews continue mop-up operation on the Salmon Fire. Crews continue work the approx. 40 acre spot fire north of the Red Fire and threats remain to cultural and historic sites, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 10,088 acres, 19% contained, Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command

08/14/2020 1830

CA-MDF July Complex: 83,261 acres grass and timber, 98% contained. Mimimal fire behavior observed. Area trail and road closures remain in place.

08/14/2020 1730 CA-HIA Jones Point Fire: 137 acres brush and timber, 95% contained. Crews continue mop-up operations.
08/14/2020 1730 CA-PNF Feather Fire: 30 acres grass, brush, and timber 50% contained. Forward spread stopped, and crews continue to secure line and mop up
08/14/2020 1530

The National Weather Service- Medford has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Sunday afternoon through Sunday evening for strong gusty winds and low humidity. General areas includes: Siskiyou County from the Cascade Mountains East and South to Mt Shasta-Modoc County Except for the Surprise Valley. Please see below link for area specific details. Link

08/14/2020 0730

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 10,206 acres, brush and timber, 34% contained. Burn out operations continue on the Red Fire and crews continue mop-up operation on the Salmon Fire. Crews continue work a 40 acre spot fire north of the Red Fire. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites, and to the trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 9,399 acres, 19% contained. Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command

08/14/2020 0700

CA-AEU Miess Fire: 512 acres, grass, 100% contained. Final report unless significate activity occurs.

08/14/2020 0700 CA-HIA Jones Point Fire: 137 acres brush and timber, 95% contained. Crews continue mop-up operations.
08/14/2020 0700 CA-PNF Feather Fire: 40 acres grass, brush, and timber 0% contained. Crews made good progress overnight with line around 30% of the fire. The fire is burning in steep terrain and has spotted over Slate Creek. No threats reported
08/13/2020 1900

CA-AEU Miess Fire: 499 acres, grass, 30% contained. Forward spread has been stopped

08/13/2020 1900

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 10,206 acres, brush and timber, 34% contained. Fire continues to burn actively to the north east and south. The salmon Fire is lined and mop-up continues and crews continue work on a 20 acre spot fire north of the Red Fire. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites, and trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 9,399 acres, 19% contained. Salmon Fire: 807 acres, 79% contained California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command

08/13/2020 1900 CA-PNF Feather Fire: 25 acres grass, brush, and timber 0% contained. Spot fires continue to challenge control efforts. No threats reported.
08/13/2020 1830 CA-HIA Jones Point Fire: 137 acres brush and timber, 95% contained. Crews continue mop-up operations.
08/13/2020 0730

The National Weather Service- Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 1 PM this afternoon to 8 PM this evening for strong gusty winds and low humidity. General areas includes: Canby, Adin, Likely, Alturas, and Davis Creek. Please see link for area specific details. Link

08/13/2020 0655

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 10,178 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. Crews continue firing operations as weather permits. Threats remain to private residents and infrastructure in Red Cap Drainage, cultural and historic sites, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Red Fire is 9,376 acres, 19% contained. The Salmon Fire is 802 acres, 89% contained. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in command.

08/12/2020 1900 CA-MEU Mina Fire: 177 acres, 100% contained.
08/12/2020 1810 CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 8,024 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. The Red Fire continues to burn actively to the west and in the Red Cap drainage. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites, private residents and infrastructure in the Red Cap Drainage, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps wilderness. Red fire is 7,257 acres, The Salmon Fire is 767 acres. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) assumed command at 1800 today.
08/12/2020 1800 CA-HIA Jones Point Fire: 137 acres brush and timber, 95% contained. Crews continue mop-up operations.
08/12/2020 1800 CA-MDF July Complex: 83,261 acres grass and timber, 98% contained. There has been no fire growth on the July Complex for multiple days. This will be the final report on this incident unless a significant change occurs.
08/12/2020 0908

CA-NOD R-1: 285 acres, grass and brush, 100% contained. Fire area received precipitation.

08/12/2020 0845

CA-MEU Mina Fire: 177 acres, grass, 90% contained. Crews continue to improve, reinforce, and secure control lines.

08/12/2020 0845

CA-NOD R-1: 290 acres, grass and brush, 30% contained. There are no reported threats.

08/11/2020 1907 CA-MEU Mina Fire: 177 acres of grass, 70% contained. Crews continue to improve, reinforce and secure control lines 
08/11/2020 1900 CA-NOD R-1 Fire: 200 acres grass, and brush, 30% contained. No reported threats
08/11/2020 1900 CA-HIA Jones Point Fire: 137 acres brush and timber, 91% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed and crews continue to patrol and mop up. The fire is burning in steep rugged terrain. Transitioned back to the local unit today at 1800.

08/11/2020 1900

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 8,024 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. Active fire behavior observed with firing operations planned to continue as conditions allow. Crews work to improve control lines around the Salmon Fire. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites, private residents and infrastructure in the Red Cap Drainage, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps wilderness. Red fire is 7,257 acres, The Salmon Fire is 767 acres. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) will assume command on 8/13 at 0600, California Type 2 IMT, Team 14 (Strawhun), is in command.

08/11/2020 1900

CA-LNF Stump Fire: 684 acres, timber, 100% contained. Final report unless significate activity occurs.

08/11/2020 1900

CA-MDF July Complex: 83,261 acres grass and timber, 98% contained. Mimimal fire behavior observed. Area trail and road closures remain in place.

08/11/2020 1130

The National Weather Service- Reno has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from noon to 9 PM Wednesday for gusty winds and low humidity. General areas includes: Surprise Valley California, Western Lassen, Eastern Plumas, Eastern Sierra, and Eastern, Nevada Counties, Eastern Lassen County, Northern Sierra Front, and Far Southern Lassen Counties. Please see below link for area specific details. Link

08/11/2020 0800 CA-NOD R-1 Fire: 200 acres grass, and brush, 0% contained. No reported threats
08/11/2020 0800 CA-HIA Jones Point Fire: 126 acres brush and timber, 75% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight and crews continue to patrol and mop up. The fire is burning in steep rugged terrain. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) in brief today @ 1300, California Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command

08/11/2020 0800

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 8,001 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported overnight with firing operations planned to continue as conditions allow.Crews work to improve control lines around the Salmon Fire. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites, private residents and infrastructure in the Red Cap Drainage, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps wilderness. Red fire is 7,234 acres, The Salmon Fire is 767 acres. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) will in brief today at 1300, California Type 2 IMT, Team 14 (Strawhun), is in command.

08/11/2020 0800

CA-LNF Stump Fire: 684 acres, timber, 97% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported.

08/11/2020 0800

CA-MDF July Complex: 83,261 acres grass and timber, 97% contained. Area trail and road closures remain in place.

08/11/2020 0800

CA-MEU Mina Fire: 171 acres of grass, 40% contained. Forward spread stopped and Structure threat has been mitigated with evacuation orders lifted

08/10/2020 1920 CA-HIA Jones Point Fire: 137 acres brush and timber, 75% contained. Minimal fire behavior was reported today. The fire is burning in steep rugged terrain. California Type 2 IMT, Team 14 (Strawhun), is in command.

08/10/2020 1920

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 6,916 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. Firing operations are again planned on the Red Fire, with crews continuing to improve containment lines around the Salmon fire. There remains a threat to private residents and infrastructure in the Red Cap Drainage. Threats also continue for cultural and historic sites as well as The Trinity-Alps and Salmon Summit trails. Red Flag weather conditions are predicted to return to the fire area by the end of the week. Red fire is 6,155 acres, The Salmon Fire is 761 acres, Califoria Type 1 IMT, Team 4 (Kurth) will inbrief tomorrow at 1300 hrs. California Type 2 IMT, Team 14 (Strawhun), is currently in command.

08/10/2020 1920

CA-LNF Stump Fire: 684 acres, timber, 97% contained. Crews continue to strengthen control lines. A local type 4 management organization is in command.

08/10/2020 1830

CA-MEU Mina Fire: 40 acres of grass, 0% contained with a rapid rate of spread. Fire is located at Hopper Lane and Crawford Rd. within the community of Covelo. Structures are currently threatened with evacuations in progress. Map

08/10/2020 0700 CA-HIA Jones Point Fire: 126 acres brush and timber, 5% contained. Decrease in acres due to more accurate mapping. Minimal overnight fire behavior was reported. Cultural and local ceremonial sites remain threatened. Threat to high value timber resources and endangered species habitat. The fire is burning in steep rugged terrain. California Type 2 IMT, Team 14 (Strawhun), is in command.

08/10/2020 0700

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 6,890 acres, brush and timber, 30% contained. Minimal overnight fire behavior was reported. Crews continue to construct and improve containment lines. There remains a threat to private residents and infrastructure in the Red Cap Drainage. Threats also continue for cultural and historic sites as well as The Trinity-Alps and Salmon Summit trails. A Red Flag Warning remains in effect over the fire today for dry and very unstable conditions. Red fire is 6,130 acres, The Salmon Fire is 760 acres, California Type 2 IMT, Team 14 (Strawhun), is in command.

08/10/2020 0700

CA-LNF Stump Fire: 684 acres, timber, 97% contained. Crews continue to strengthen control lines. Demobilization of excess resources continues. The tranistion to a type 4 management organization occurred at 0700 today.

08/09/2020 1900 CA-HIA Jones Point Fire: 150 acres brush and timber, 5% contained. Cultural and local ceremonial sites remain threatened. Threat to high value timber resources and endangered species habitat. The fire is burning in steep rugged terrain. California Type 2 IMT, Team 14 (Strawhun), assumed command at 1800 this evening.

08/09/2020 1900

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 5,962 acres, brush and timber, 30% contained. Planned firing operations will continue on the Red Fire. Crews work to reinforce existing containment lines on the Salmon Fire. There remains a threat to private residents and infrastructure in the Red Cap Drainage. Threats also continue for cultural and historic sites as well as The Trinity-Alps and Salmon Summit trails. A Red Flag Warning remains in effect on Monday for dry and very unstable conditions. Red fire is 5,203 acres, The Salmon Fire is 759 acres, California Type 2 IMT, Team 14 (Strawhun), is in command.

08/09/2020 0700 CA-HIA Jones Point Fire: 130 acres brush and timber, 5% contained. Crews made good progress on the North flank of the fire last night. Cultural resources and high value timberland are threatened. The fire is burning up slope in steep rugged terrain.

08/09/2020 0700

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 5,957 acres, brush and timber, 12% contained. Fire activity moderated overnight as relative humidity increased over the area. There remains a threat to private residents and infrastructure in the Red Cap Drainage. Threats also continue for cultural and historic sites as well as The Trinity-Alps and Salmon Summit trails. There is a Red Flag Warning issued over the fire area Sunday and Monday for dry and very unstable conditions. Red fire is 5,199 acres, The Salmon Fire is 758 acres, California Type 2 IMT, Team 14 (Strawhun), is in command.

08/09/2020 0700

CA-LNF Stump Fire: 684 acres, timber, 97% contained. Fire behavior was minimal and limited to interior burning overnight. Crews continue to strengthen control lines with some fireline suppression repair in progress. Demobilization of excess resources is expected today. There is a planned transition to a Type 4 management organization tomorrow.

08/08/2020 2045 CA-HIA Jones Point Fire: 100 acres brush and timber, 0% contained. Fire is located in the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation. Fire is burning up slope in steep rugged terrain. Map
08/08/2020 1830

CA-LNF Stump Fire: 684 acres, timber, 95% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported. Crews continue to strengthen control lines. Demobilization of excess resources is planned for tomorrow.

08/08/2020 1845

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 4,620 acres, brush and timber, 12% contained. The fire has crossed Red Cap Creek and is making uphill runs toward containment lines. There is a threat to private residents and infrastructure in the Red Cap Drainage area, Threats remain to cultural and historic sites as well as The Trinity-Alps and Salmon Summit National Scenic trails. Red fire is 3,869 acres, The Salmon Fire is 751 acres, California Type 2 IMT, Team 14 (Strawhun), is in command.

08/08/2020 0700

CA-LNF Stump Fire: 684 acres, timber, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported. Crews continue to strengthen control lines.

08/07/2020 1815 CA-NOD S-4 Fire: 1,802 acres grass, brush, and timber, 100% contained. Final report unless significate activity occurs.
08/07/2020 1815

CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 4,617 acres, brush and timber, 12% contained. Firing operations will continue and crews work to improve control lines around the Salmon Fire. Threats remain to cultural and historic sites, private residents and infrastructure, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps and Salmon Summit trails. Red fire is 3,866 acres, The Salmon Fire is 751 acres, California Type 2 IMT, Team 14 (Strawhun), is in command.

08/07/2020 1815

CA-LNF Stump Fire: 684 acres, timber, 85% contained. Minimal fire behavior reported. Crews continue to strengthen control lines.

08/07/2020 1815

CA-MDF July Complex: 83,261 acres grass and timber, 97% contained. Area trail and road closures remain in place, Command transitioned to the local unit this morning.