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Monday, June 29, 2015

CA-SBC Mesa Fire Santa Barbara County 320 acres, 75% All mandatory evacuations have been lifted.

Mesa Fire Santa Barbara County CA-SBC- Mesa Fire LRA/SRA CA-SBC-7898

Fast Moving Lompoc Vegetation Fire 

Mesa Fire Vegetation Fire Lompoc, Santa Barbara County
Mesa Fire Vegetation Fire Lompoc, Santa Barbara County
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https://twitter.com/ProducerTasnim/status/615628542886445056





#Evacuations All mandatory evacuations have been lifted.


Update 6-30-15 0700: 320 acres and 75% contained
Update 6-29-15 2000: 300 acres grass and brush, 55% contained
Structure threat to Cebada, Wild Oak and Gypsy Canyons
Evacuations in progress
La Purisima Mission evacuated
Update 6-29-15 1750: 300 acres grass and brush, 0% Contained, containment expected by morning.
Update 6-29-151500: 200 acres
Update 6-29-151430: 50 acres grass and brush, 0% Contained, 2nd Alarm, heavy fuels with major fire potential, 6 AT's
Dangerous Rate of Spread
Structure threat to Cebada Canyon
Evacuations in progress
Commitment of Forest Service air resources.

WX: 74°, 56%RH, 6mph, WSW

Start Time: 1320 
Location:  Burton Mesa x Via Lato Lompoc, Santa Barbara County, Burton Mesa Rd near La Purisima Mission State H.P. LRA/SRA
IA Description: - 1330 hrs Report of vegetation fire.
ROC: - 50 acres, #Evacuations In Progress, 6 AT's
ROS: - Rapid
IA Resources: - SBC, LG, CAL Fire SLU 

Structure Threats: - Yes, Immediate need
Situation Concerns/Alerts: - Heavy Fuels, no natural firebreaks.
Situation Comments: -
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Radio Frequencies: -
Online Scanners: -
Weather: - NWS Spot: http://spot.nws.noaa.gov/cgi-bin/spo...50629.MESAI.01
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