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Last updated: October 17, 2017 18:57

Date
Time
News and Notes
10/17/2007 1900

Federal Incidents

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

  • 148 acres brush, timber, 85% contained
  • Forward spread of the fire stopped
  • Federal ground resources committed

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

  • 12,114 acres timber, 68% contained (total percent to be contained: 80%)
  • Type 3 IC (Anderson)
  • Fire continues to burn actively on the west and east sides of the fire.
  • Three private land inholdings and one structure is still in evacuation.  
  • Threats to historical cabin, commercial timberlands, private lands, forest plantations, old growth timber, and active owl nests.
  • Forest area closure in effect.
  • Federal ground resources committed

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

  • 426 acres, timber 95% contained
  • Type 3 IC (Pereria)
  • Transitioning to a Type 4 organization
  • Threat to heritage sites
  • Federal ground resources committed

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

  • 437 acres Timber, 92% contained
  • Type 4 IC (Townsend)
  •  Heavy surface fuels continue to burn with a slow rate of spread
  • No threats
  • Federal ground resources committed

State Incidents

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

  • 100 acres grass, 20% contained
  • Wind is hampering containment efforts
  • Structures remain threatened

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

    • Pocket Fire– 12,430 acres, 58% contained– Cloverdale
    • Nuns Fire– 33,369 acres, 78% contained – Glen Ellen
      • The fire is burning to the north-northwest merging with the Oakmont fire
      • Moderate fire behavior with torching and uphill runs
      • Crews continue to work on holding the fire in Mt Hood Regional Park and Sugarloaf Ridge State Park
      • Threat continues to communities in the Sonoma Valley
      • Destroyed: 337 residential, 13 commercial, 289 outbuildings
      • Damaged: 43 residential, 4 commercial, 44 outbuildings
      • 16,701 civilians remain evacuated
    •   Oakmont Fire- 1,029 acres, 27% contained
      • The fire continues to burn actively toward the Nuns fire to the southeast
      • Fire is burning to the east into Mt Hood Regional Park where it is merging with the Nuns Fire
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned

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

  • CAL FIRE IMT-3 (Lawson) assigned

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

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

  • 17,037 acres timber and brush, 99% contained
  • Destroyed: 203 residential, 1 commercial and 194 outbuildings destroyed
  • Damaged: 6 residential and 10 outbuildings
  • 4 civilian fatalities and 1 civilian injury to date
  • Significant fires in the complex include

Unified Command

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

  • 228 acres timber and brush, 5% contained
  • Fire is burning in heavy fuels and steep terrain in an area with limited access
  • 300 structures remain threatened
  • The fire is burning below the Las Cumbres subdivision which is under an evacuation order
  • FMAG application has been submitted
10/17/2007 1555

Fallon, Vegetation Fire, Santa Clara County, New
Start Time: 1400 10/17/17

  • 15 acres grass, 20% contained
  • Moderate rate of spread
  • 80 degrees, 24% RH, wind NW @ 2, gusts to 5
10/17/2017 1105

Bear, Vegetation Fire, Santa Cruz County, Update

  • 152 acres timber and brush, 0% contained
  • Fire behavior is moderate with backing fire and uphill runs
  • 4 structures destroyed
  • Continued threat to structures
  • Evacuation orders for Las Cumbres subdivision and Deer Creek Road area
10/17/2017 0745

Federal Incidents

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

  • 148 acres brush, timber, 85% contained
  • Forward spread of the fire stopped
  • Federal ground resources committed

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

  • 11,797 acres timber, 68% contained (total percent to be contained: 80%)
  • Type 3 IC (Anderson)
  • Fire continues to burn actively on the west and east sides of the fire.
  • Evacuation notice in place for a small amount of residences on some private lands.
  • Threats to historical cabin, commercial timberlands, private lands, forest plantations, old growth timber, and active owl nests.
  • Federal ground resources committed

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

  • 426 acres, timber 85% contained
  • Type 3 IC (Pereria)
  • Threat to heritage sites
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

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

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

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

  • 29 acres grass, brush, timber, 95% contained

Minimal fire behavior win little to no resources committed

State Incidents

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

  • 125 acres timber and brush, 0% contained
  • Fire is burning in heavy fuels in an area with limited access
  • Structures threatened
  • The fire is burning below the Las Cumbres subdivision which is under an evacuation order
  • No Federal resources committed
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Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update
State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

  • 102,785 acres oak woodland and brush, 55% contained
  • Destroyed: 3,570 residential, 72 commercial, 436 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 154 residential, 30 commercial, 54 outbuildings
  • 22 confirmed fatalities
  • 27,794 structures threatened and 29,362 civilians evacuated
  • Significant fires in the complex include
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

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

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

  • 38,007 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 61% contained
  • Destroyed: 436 residential 7 commercial, and 245 outbuilding
  • Damaged: 21 residential, 2 commercial and 24 outbuildings
  • All structure threats mitigated, repopulation of all areas
  • Significant fires in the complex include
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)

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

  • 17,037 acres timber and brush, 99% contained
  • Destroyed: 203 residential, 1 commercial and 194 outbuildings destroyed
  • Damaged: 6 residential and 10 outbuildings
  • 4 civilian fatalities and 1 civilian injury to date
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Cascade Fire – 9,989 acres, 98% contained - Collins Lake area
    • LaPorte Fire – 6,151 acres, 98% contained – Bangor, Butte County
      • Continued mopup and strengthening containment lines
      • Destroyed: 31 residential, 1 commercial and 40 outbuildings
      • Damaged: 2 residential
    • Lobo Fire – 821 acres, 97% contained, west of Grass Valley
  • CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson) has transitioned command of the fire back to the Unit
  • Federal air and ground resources committed
10/16/2017 1915

Federal Incidents

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

  • 148 acres brush, timber, 85% contained
  • Forward spread of the fire stopped
  • Federal and CalFire ground resources committed

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

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

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

  • 426 acres, timber 85% contained
  • Type 3 IC (Pereria)
  • Threat to heritage sites
  • Federal air and ground resources committed

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

  • 11,797 acres timber, 68% contained (total percent to be contained: 80%)
  • Type 3 IC (Anderson)
  • Fire continues to burn actively on the west and east sides of the fire.
  • Evacuation notice in place for a small amount of residences on some private lands.
  • Threats to historical cabin, commercial timberlands, private lands, forest plantations, old growth timber, and active owl nests.
  • Buck Fire is 1 to 2 miles north of the Mendocino National Forest boundary
  • Federal ground resources committed

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

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

State Incidents

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

  • 101,403 acres oak woodland and brush, 44% contained
  • Destroyed: 3,570 residential, 72 commercial, 436 outbuildings
  • Damaged: 154 residential, 30 commercial, 54 outbuildings
  • 22 confirmed fatalities
  • 27,794 structures threatened and 29,362 civilians evacuated
  • Significant fires in the complex include
  • CAL FIRE IMT-1 (Gouvea) assigned

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

 

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

  • 38,007 acres oak woodland, brush, and timber, 57% contained
  • Destroyed: 436 residential 7 commercial, and 245 outbuilding
  • Damaged: 21 residential, 2 commercial and 24 outbuildings
  • All structure threats mitigated, repopulation of all areas
  • Significant fires in the complex include
    • Redwood Valley Fire – 35,800 acres, 55% contained - Potter Valley
      • Fire perimeter continues to hold, crews continue to improve containment line
      • 300 residential, 4 commercial and 215 outbuildings destroyed
      • 8 confirmed civilian fatalities
    • Sulfur Fire - 2,207 acres, 90% contained – Clear Lake Oaks
  • CAL FIRE IMT-4 (Russell)

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

  • 17,037 acres timber and brush, 99% contained
  • Destroyed: 203 residential, 1 commercial and 194 outbuildings destroyed
  • Damaged: 6 residential and 10 outbuildings
  • 4 civilian fatalities and 1 civilian injury to date
  • Fires in the complex include
    • Cascade Fire – 9,989 acres, 98% contained - Collins Lake area
    • LaPorte Fire – 6,151 acres, 98% contained – Bangor, Butte County
      • Continued mopup and strengthening containment lines
      • Destroyed: 31 residential, 1 commercial and 40 outbuildings
      • Damaged: 2 residential
    • Lobo Fire – 821 acres, 97% contained, west of Grass Valley
  • CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Patterson) has transitioned command of the fire back to the Unit today 
10/16/2017 0730

Federal Incidents

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

State Incidents

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  • 100 acres, 100% contained

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

  • 8,417 acres, 100% contained

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

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

Federal Incidents

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

State Incidents

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Federal Incidents

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

State Incidents

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

State Incidents

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

  • 100 acres grass, 10% contained
  • Forward spread has been stopped
  • Structure threat has been mitigated
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Central LNU Complex, Vegetation Fires, Sonoma & Napa Counties, Update State/Local DPA, SRA/LRA Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit/City of Santa Rosa

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

10/12/2017 1925

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

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

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

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

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

  • 150 acres, grass and brush, 75% contained

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sonoma Lake Napa Unit

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

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

Tubbs, Vegetation Fire, Calistoga, Napa County, Update

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Pocket, Vegetation Fire, Sonoma County, Update

  • 500 acres, grass and brush 0% contained

37, Vegetation Fire, Sonoma County, New

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

Mendocino Unit

Redwood Complex Fire, Potter Valley, Mendocino County

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

Mendocino Unit

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

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

Nevada Yuba Placer Unit

Cascade, Vegetation Fire, Collins Lake area, Update

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

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

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

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

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

Butte Unit

Cherokee, Vegetation Fire, Oroville, Butte County, Update

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

LaPorte, Vegetation Fire, Bangor, Butte County, Update

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

Sonoma Lake Napa Unit

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

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

Tubbs, Vegetation Fire, Calistoga, Napa County, Update

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Pocket, Vegetation Fire, Sonoma County, Update

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

Sonoma Lake Napa Unit

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

Butte Unit

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

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

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

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

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