|Incident Type||Wildland Fire|
|Date of Origin||Saturday September 27th, 2008 aprox 07:30 PM|
|Location||22 mi southwest of King City, CA|
|Incident Commander||Mark Nunez|
|Estimated Containment Date||Thursday October 30th, 2008 aprox 06:00 PM|
|Fuels Involved|| |
4 Chaparral (6 Feet) Large volume of dead and down material in fire fuel bed from sudden oak death and previous fires. Oak woodland and pockets of timber.
|Fire Behavior|| |
Interior burning of unburned fuel, creeping and smoldering.
|Significant Events|| |
Mop up and rehab continued
|Planned Actions|| |
Patrol, mop-up and rehab. With predictated rain crews will not be on the line. Rehab will continue once rains are finished and conditions are safe.
|Growth Potential|| |
|Terrain Difficulty|| |
Incident Commander has declared the incident contained as of 10/30/2008 at 1800 hrs. Cone Peak Road remains closed until further notice per Monterey Ranger District Office. Highway 1 and other roads affected by the fire will continue to have rolling rocks and debris. Be cautious while driving and on these roads. Highway 1 may be closed periodically due to rock slides caused by predicated rain. Contact Cal Trans or look up road conditions on the Cal Trans web site.
|Current Wind Conditions||15-20(G)30 mph SW|
|Current Temperature||55 degrees|
|Current Humidity||70-100 %|