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Sunday, September 14, 2014

Quick Look Current California Wildfire Today (MAPS) #CaFire

Quick Look Current California Wildfire Today (MAPS) #CaFire


RED FLAG WARNING AND FIRE WEATHER WATCH


OSCC - SOUTH OPS INCIDENTS

Silverado Fire, CA-CNF-2873, Orange County, FRA
1,600 acres, 20% contained.
SO CAL Type 2 IMT (Garwood) Unified Command with CNF, OCFA and CALFIRE.
Fire continues to be active 4 to 8 foot flame lengths observed, 250 residents remain threatened in Silverado and Ladd Canyons.

Conway Fire, CA-OVD-001333, Mono County
50 acres, 50% contained.
Type 3 IC (Ray)

Meadow Fire, CA-YNP-00101, Mariposa County
4,761 acres, 50% contained
Type 2 Central Sierra IMT 2 (Cooper)
Food supplies and equipment are being backhauled daily
Temp 79°, RH 22, wind W at 8 mph
Commitment of Forest Service air and ground resources

ONCC - NORTH OPS INCIDENTS


King Fire
CA-AEU King Fire
20 acres, burning in timber, 10% contained. 
 Fire is located at King of the Mounain Road, east of Pollock Pines. Moderate rate of spread with short range spotting.

July Complex Fire: 
CA-KNF July Complex
48,217 acres 78% contained.
 Moderate fire activity with continued growth on the Man Fire. Primary growth was to the northwest however the west and southwest flanks continue to back slowly.

CA-KNF Happy Camp Complex
CA-KNF Happy Camp Complex
111,942 acres, 55% contained. 
 Southern flank of the fire continued to burn actively with torching, crown runs and long range spotting. All other flanks in mop-up, patrol and suppression repair mode.

Gulch Fire
CA-SHU Gulch Fire
1,300 acres, 90% contained.
 Minimal fire behavior observed.

Bald Hills Fire
CA-HIA Bald Hills Fire
209 acres, 50% contained.
 NORCAL Team 1, Minton.
 Moderate fire behavior with isolated tree torching and short range spotting. Fire behavior moderated after 0200

Dog Bar Fire
CA-NEU Dog Bar Fire
150 acres, 30% contained. 
 Forward spread has been stopped. Threat to structures and powerlines have been mitigated.

Black FireCA-MEU Black Fire
150 acres, 30% contained.
 Fire slowed overnight. Evacuations in effect but being assessed. Threat to powerlines remains. Five structures destroyed.

Current large wild-land fire incident map 9/`4/`4
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****REMINDER**** Every fire has the ability to be catastrophic. The wildland fire management environment has profoundly changed. Growing numbers of communities, across the nation, are experiencing longer fire seasons; more frequent, bigger, and more severe, fires are a real threat. Be careful with all campfires and equipment.
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