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Neighboring GACC News & Notes & Morning Briefings

Last update: June 23, 2019 8:00

Dates
Time
News and Notes
6/23/2019 0800

CA-MNF East Fire: 350 acres of brush and timber, 5% contained. Fire behavior was minimal last night with backing and creeping observed. Fire is located in a class 1 air-shed and continues to threaten wildlife habitat and fisheries. There is a large amount of snags in the area from the 2008 Yellow Fire. The fire is being managed using a confine strategy.

6/23/2019 0753

CA-MNF Haynes Fire: 23 acres in brush and timber, 99% contained. Fire is located in the immediate area of the East fire.

6/22/2019 1800 CA-MNF East Fire: 350 acres of brush and timber, 5% contained. Moderate fire behavior continues with flanking and backing observed. Fire is located in a class 1 air-shed and continues to threaten wildlife habitat and fisheries. There is a large amount of snags in the area from the 2008 Yellow Fire. The fire is being managed using a confine strategy.
6/22/2019 1800 CA-MNF Haynes Fire: 23 acres in brush and timber, 90% contained. Fire is located in the immediate area of the East fire. Demobilization of resources is planned to start occurring today.
6/22/2019 1800 CA-KNF Lumgrey Fire: 207 acres grass and brush, 95% contained. Transition to a Type 4 incident occured today.
6/22/2019 0730

CA-KNF Lumgrey Fire: 207 acres grass and brush, 95% contained. Transition to a Type 4 IC is planned for today

6/22/2019 0730

CA-MNF Haynes Fire: 23 acres in brush and timber, 90% contained. Fire is located in the immediate area of the East fire. Demobilization of resources is planned to start occurring today.

6/22/2019 0730

CA-MNF East Fire: 306 acres of brush and timber, 0% contained. Moderate fire behavior continues with flanking and backing observed. Fire is located in a class 1 air-shed and continues to threaten wildlife habitat and fisheries. There is a large amount of snags in the area from the 2008 Yellow Fire. The fire is being managed using a confine strategy.

6/21/2019 1800 CA-MNF East Fire: 301 acres of brush and timber, 0% contained. Moderate fire behavior continues with flanking, backing and creeping observed. Fire is located in a class 1 air-shed with threats to wildlife habitat and fisheries. There is an abundance of snags in the area from the 2008 Yellow Fire burn scar. The fire is being managed using a confine strategy.
6/21/2019 1800 CA-MNF Haynes Fire: 23 acres in brush and timber, 90% contained. Fire is located in the immediate area of the East fire.
6/21/2019 1800 CA-KNF Lumgrey Fire: 207 acres grass and brush, 95% contained.
6/20/2019 1830 CA-MNF East Fire: 200 acres of brush and timber, 0% contained. Moderate fire behavior with flanking, backing and creeping observed. Fire is located in a class 1 air-shed with threats to wildlife habitat and fisheries. There is an abundance of snags in the area from the 2008 Yellow Fire burn scar. The fire is being managed using a confine strategy.
6/20/2019 1830 CA-MNF Haynes Fire: 23 acres in brush and timber, 80% contained. Reduction in fire size is due to more accurate mapping. Fire is located in the immediate area of the East fire. Moderate fire behavior was observed. Fire has a 100% full suppression strategy. There is an abundance of snags in the area due to the fire burning within the 2008 Yellow Fire burn scar.
6/20/2019 1830 CA-KNF Lumgrey Fire: 207 acres grass and brush, 90% contained.
6/20/2019 0930 National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning for the portions of the Sacramento valley and adjacent foothills for tonight through Saturday. Dry conditions combined with gusty north winds and low humidity will result in critical fire weather conditions. Area includes fire weather zones 213, 215, 217, 263, 264, 266, and 279. Link
6/20/2019 0810 National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect beginning at 1100 Thursday morning and ending at 1800 Saturday evening for gusty winds and low humidity. General area includes the Sacramento valley and adjacent foothills, fire weather zones 213, 215, 217, 263, 264, 266, and 279. Link
6/20/2019 0810 CA-MNF East Fire: 167 acres of brush and timber, 0% contained. Moderate fire behavior with flanking, backingand creeping observed. Fire is located in a class 1 air-shed with threats to wildlife habitat and fisheries. There is an abundance of snags in the area from the 2008 Yellow Fire burn scar. The fire is being managed using a confine strategy.
6/20/2019 0810 CA-MNF Haynes Fire: 28 acres in brush and timber, 20% contained. Fire is located in the immediate area of the East fire. Moderate fire behavior was observed. Fire has a 100% full suppression strategy. There is an abundance of snags in the area due to the fire burning in the 2008 Yellow Fire burn scar.
6/20/2019 0810 CA-KNF Lumgrey Fire: 207 acres grass and brush, 80% contained. State Route 96 is fully open.
6/19/2019 1810 CA-MNF East Fire: 135 acres of brush and timber, 0% contained. Moderate fire behavior with some short range spotting and single tree torching has been observed. Fire is located in a class 1 air-shed with threats to wildlife habitat and fisheries. There is an abundance of snags in the area from the 2008 Yellow Fire burn scar. The fire is being managed using a confine strategy.
6/19/2019 1810 CA-KNF Lumgrey Fire: 207 acres grass and brush, 80% contained. State Route 96 is now fully open.
6/19/2019 0850

National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect beginning Thursday afternoon through Saturday morning for gusty wind and low humidity. Affected areas include fire weather zones 213, 215, 217, 263, 266, and 279 Link

6/19/2019 0753

CA-KNF Lumgrey Fire: 207 acres grass and brush, 60% contained. Fire is burning on the north and south side of the Klamath River. State Route 96 is currently open with one way traffic control in place. State Route 96 is expected to fully open at 8:00 PM tonight.

6/19/2019 0753

CA-MNF East Fire: 37 acres in brush and timber, 1% contained. Reduce in acers due to more accurate mapping. Moderate fire behavior with backing, flanking and short-range spotting was observed. This fire is being managed using a confined contained strategy. There is an abundance of snags in the area due to the fire burning in the 2008 Yellow Fire burn scar.

6/19/2019 0753

CA-MNF Haynes Fire: 13 acres in brush and timber, 0% contained. Moderate fire behavior with backing, flanking and short-range spotting was observed. There is an abundance of snags in the area due to the fire burning in the 2008 Yellow Fire burn scar.

6/18/2019 1810

CA-KNF Lumgrey Fire: 197 acres grass and brush, 30% contained. Reduce in acres is due to more accurate mapping. Fire is burning on the north and south side of the Klamath River. The fire on the north side of the river has line around it. State Route 96 is currently open with one way traffic control in place. State Route 96 will be closed from 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM.

6/18/2019 1810

CA-MNF Haynes Fire: 5 acres in brush and timber, 0% contained. There is an abundance of snags in the area due to the fire burning in the 2008 Yellow Fire burn scar.

6/18/2019 1810

CA-MNF East Fire: 50 acres in brush and timber, 0% contained. This fire is using a confined contained strategy. There is an abundance of snags in the area due to the fire burning in the 2008 Yellow Fire burn scar.

6/18/2019 1531

CA-KNF Lumgrey Fire: 245 acres grass and brush, 30% contained. There are two separate fires burning in the immediate area. Fire is burning on the north and south side of the Klamath River. Evacuation Warnings have been lifted. State Route 96 is currently open with one way traffic control in place. State Route 96 will be closed from 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM.

6/18/2019 0910 CA-MNF East Fire: 50 acres in brush and timber, 0% contained. Fire is located in the Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness. There are two separate fires burning in the immediate area, the East fire and the Haynes fire. Both fires were detected on 6/17/19 at 4:10 pm. The Haynes fire size is unknown and the East fire is 50 acres. The fires are burning in the 2008 Yellow fire burn scar.
6/18/2019 0645 CA-KNF Lumgrey Fire: 215 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. There are two separate fires burning in the immediate area. Fire is burning on the north and south side of the Klamath River. Structures are threatened and an Evacuation Warning is in place on the south side of Klamath River. State Route 96 is open to local traffic with CHP escort in the fire area. Fire Crews made good progress on the North side of the Klamath River
06/17/2019 2035 CA-KNF Lumgrey Fire: 150 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Fire is located off State Route 96 near Gottsville. There are two separate fires burning in the immediate area. Fire is burning on the north and south side of the Klamath River. Structures are threatened and an Evacuation Warning is in place. State Route 96 is closed in the fire area. Map
06/15/2019 0909 CA-LNU Sand Fire: 2,512 acres grass and brush, 100% contained. This will be the final report unless a significant change occurs.
06/14/2019 0830 CA-LNU Sand Fire: 2,512 acres grass and brush, 98% contained.
06/13/2019 1745 CA-LNU Sand Fire: 2,512 acres grass and brush, 95% contained.
06/13/2019 0830 CA-LNU Sand Fire: 2,512 acres grass and brush, 90% contained. Crews continue to reinforce containment lines .
06/12/2019 1800 CA-LNU Sand Fire: 2,512 acres grass and brush, 90% contained. Fire behavior remains minimal as crews continue to mop-up and secure fireline.
06/12/2019 0710 CA-LNU Sand Fire: 2,512 acres grass and brush, 70% contained. All Evacuation Warnings have been lifted. Repopulation continues where possible.
06/11/2019 1825 CA-LNU Sand Fire: 2,512 acres grass and brush, 70% contained. Fire behavior was minimal through the day. All road closures in the fire area have been lifted. The Evacuation Warning along County Rd 41 and Hwy 16 remain in place. Repopulation continues where safely possible.
06/10/2019 1620 CA-LNU Sand Fire: 2,220 acres grass and brush, 50% contained. Repopulation has begun where safely possible along County Rd 41. Portions of Hwy 16 and County Rd 41 remain closed.
06/09/2019 1910 CA-SCU Stuhr Fire: 600 acres grass, 100% contained.
06/09/2019 1910 CA-NEU Sutter North Fire: 1,300 acres grass, 80% contained. The Red Flag Warning for the fire area has expired as of 1700. This will be the final report unless a significant change occurs
06/09/2019 1910 CA-LNU Sand Fire: 2,220 acres grass and brush, 20% contained. The Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area has expired as of 1700. Structures remained threatened along County Rd 41. Hwy 16 and County Rd 41 remain closed.
06/09/2019 0715 CA-LNU Ink Fire: 50 acres grass and oak woodland, 85% contained. There was no overnight fire growth. This will be the final report unless a significant change occurs.
06/09/2019 0715 CA-LNU Sand Fire: 1,700 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Highway 16 and County Rd. 41 remain closed. Evacuation orders remain in place for the fire area. North Bay Team 3 has been assigned, a type 3 IMT.
06/09/2019 0715 CA-NEU Sutter North Fire: 1,050 acres grass, 20% contained. Red Flag Warning remains for strong north winds and dry fuels for the fire area. This incident is also referred to as the West Butte Fire.
06/08/2019 1930 Effective at 2000 tonight, North Ops will be moving to Preparedness Level 2.
06/08/2019 1930 CA-NEU Sutter North Fire: 500 acres grass, 0% contained. Fire is located north of Sutter Butte near North Butte Rd. and West Butte Rd. Fire is burning with a moderate rate of spread. Gusty north winds continue to challenge firefighting efforts.
06/08/2019 1930 CA-LNU Sand Fire: 600 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Evacuation orders in place for the community of Guinda. Strong gusty winds continue to challenge firefighting efforts. Hwy 16 is closed in the fire area.
06/08/2019 1930 CA-LNU Ink Fire: 50 acres grass and oak woodland, 75% contained. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped.
06/08/2019 1930 CA-SCU Stuhr Fire: 600 acres grass, 75% contained. Fire activity is minimal as crews continue mop-up operations.
06/08/2019 1606 CA-LNU Sand Fire: 100 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Fire is located near County Rd. 41 and Hwy 16 near Rumsey. Fire is burning with a rapid rate of spread due to strong gusty north winds. A Red Flag Warning remains in effect over the fire area. Map
06/08/2019 1605 CA-LNU Ink Fire: 25 acres grass and oak woodland, 50% contained. Fire is located off Pope Valley Rd, northeast of Callistoga. Fire is burning with a moderate rate of spread. Map
06/08/2019 0825 CA-SCU Stuhr Fire: 600 acres grass, 75% contained. This incident started on June 6th at approximately 1645. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped. A threat of spot fires remains due to high winds.
06/07/2019 1100

National Weather Service - Sacramento and San Francisco have issued a Red Flag Warning in effect beginning Saturday morning through Sunday for North winds, above average temperatures, and low humidity. Affected areas include Sacramento, San Joaquin Valley, and North Bay Hills above 1000 feet, in fire weather zones CAZ 215, 216,217,218, 219, and 507 Link

06/07/2019 0925 National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect beginning Saturday morning through Sunday for North winds and low humidity. Affected areas include Sacramento and San Joaquin fire weather zones CAZ 215, 216,217,218 and 219.  Link
06/05/2019 1600 National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Friday afternoon through Sunday for North winds and low humidity. Affected areas include Sacramento and San Joaquin fire weather zones CAZ 215, 216,217,218 and 219. Link
06/02/2019 1200 North Ops Seasonal Outlook for June 2019 to September 2019 is now available. Link
06/02/2019 1200 North Ops Seasonal Hawaii Outlook for May 2019 to August 2019 is now available. Link
05/30/2019 2030 CA-SCU Canyon Fire: 144 acres, Grass, and oak woodland, 100% contained.
05/30/2019 1800 CA-SCU Canyon Fire: 100 acres, Grass, and oak woodland, 50% contained.
05/30/2019 1725 CA-SCU Canyon Fire: 25 acres, Grass, and oak woodland. Dangerous rate of spread, 0% containment. Del Puerto Canyon Rd x Diablo Grande Pkwy, 3 miles west of Patterson. No federal resources assigned. Map
05/11/2019 0850 CA-TNF Sugar Fire: 64 acres, 100% contained.
05/10/2019 1600 CA-TNF Sugar Fire: 30 acres, Grass, Timber. Slowed rate of spread, 0% containment. Sugar Pine Rd X Big Reservoir Lane., 7.5 Miles NE of Foresthill. No immediate structure threat. Road closures in place.
05/10/2019 1300 CA-TNF Sugar Fire: 20 acres, Grass, Timber. Moderate rate of spread, 0% containment. Sugar Pine Rd X Big Reservoir Lane., 7.5 Miles NE of Foresthill. No immediate structure threat. Road closures currently being implemented. Link
05/03/2019 1200 North Ops Seasonal Outlook for May 2019 to August 2019 is now available. Link
05/03/2019 1200 North Ops Seasonal Hawaii Outlook for May 2019 to August 2019 is now available. Link
04/01/2019 0955 North Ops Seasonal Outlook for March 2019 to June 2019 is now available. Link
04/01/2019 0955 North Ops Seasonal Hawaii Outlook for March 2019 to June 2019 is now available. Link
11/25/2018 0930 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 153,336 acres, brush and timber, 100% contained. Crews continue suppression repair and tactical patrols. To date there have been 85 confirmed civilian fatalities. Evacuation orders remain for approximately 34,634 people. Damage inspection has been completed and has identified 727 damaged structures and 18,804 structures that were destroyed. Major road closures continue in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162 and Skyway Rd. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/24/2018 1835 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 153,336 acres, brush and timber, 98% contained. Fire behavior remains minimal. Evacuation orders remain for approximately 34,634 people. Major road closures continue in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162 and Skyway Rd. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department
11/24/2018 0820 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 153,336 acres, brush and timber, 95% contained. Evacuation orders remain for approximately 34,634 people. Major road closures continue in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162 and Skyway Rd. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department
11/23/2018 1803

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 153,336 acres, brush and timber, 95% contained. Precipitation continues over the incident. Evacuation orders remain for approximately 34,634 people. Major road closures continue in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162 and Skyway Rd. There is a Flash Flood/Debris Flow Watch expired today at 1600. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department

11/23/2018 0827

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 153,336 acres, brush and timber, 95% contained. Precipitation continues over the incident. Evacuation orders remain for approximately 34,634 people. Major road closures continue in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162 and Skyway Rd. There is a Flash Flood/Debris Flow Watch in effect through Friday morning for the fire area. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department

11/22/2018 1930 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 153,336 acres, brush and timber, 95% contained. Precipitation continues over the incident. Evacuation orders remain for approximately 34,634 people. Major road closures continue in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162 and Skyway Rd. There is a Flash Flood/Debris Flow Watch in effect through Friday morning for the fire area. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department
11/22/2018 1930 CA-HIA Signboard Fire: 75 acres, timber 30% contained. Heavy precipitation continues over the fire area. There has been no fire growth over the last several days with minimal fire activity occurring. No fire growth is expected. This will be the final report unless a significant change occurs on the incident.
11/22/2018 0655

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 153,336 acres, brush and timber, 90% contained. Yesterday’s precipitation continues to minimize fire behavior and all lines continue to hold. Evacuation orders remain for approximately 35,460 people. To date there have been 83 confirmed fatalities on the incident. Major road closures continue in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162, Pentz Rd. and Skyway Rd. There is a Flash Flood/Debris Flow Watch in effect from noon today through Friday morning for the fire area. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department

11//21/2018 1810

CA-HIA Signboard Fire: 75 acres, timber 30% contained. Minimal fire behavior continues on the incident. Approximately .50 inches of precipitation was received in the Hoopa area in the last 24 hours.

11/21/2018 1805

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 153,336 acres, brush and timber, 85% contained. Fire behavior was minimal due to precipitation received on the fire area today. Evacuation orders remain for approximately 35,460 people.  To date there have been 83 confirmed fatalities on the incident. Major road closures in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162, Pentz Rd. and Skyway Rd. There is a Flash Flood/Debris Flow Watch in effect from noon today through Friday morning for the fire area. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department

11/21/2018 1200

National Weather Service-Reno has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Friday morning through Friday evening for strong and gusty winds.  Affected areas include fire weather zones 278, 450, 453, 458 and 459. Link

11/21/2018 0627

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 153,336 acres, brush and timber, 80% contained. Evacuation orders remain for approximately 35,460 people. To date there have been 81 confirmed fatalities on the incident. Major road closures in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162, Pentz Rd. and Skyway Rd. There is a Flash Flood/Debris Flow Watch in effect from noon today through Friday morning for the fire area. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.

11/20/2018 1830 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 152,250 acres, brush and timber, 75% contained. Evacuation orders remain for approximately 35,460 people. To date there have been 81 confirmed fatalities on the incident. Major road closures in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162, Pentz Rd. and Skyway Rd. Communication infrastructure continue to be threatened. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/20/2018 0655

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 151,373 acres, brush and timber, 70% contained. Evacuation orders remain for portions of Concow, Magalia, Paradise, Big Bend, Berry Creek, Cherokee, and Bloomer Hill. Evacuation Warnings are in place for portions of Berry Creek. Repopulation took place in areas deemed safe with 36,945 total people still under the Evacuation Order. To date there have been 79 confirmed fatalities on the incident. A total of 12,637 single residences, 310 multiple residences, 9 mixed commercial/residential, 483 nonresidential commercial and 3,718 other structures have been destroyed. Major road closures in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162, Pentz Rd. and Skyway Rd. Major power, water, railway, private and public timberlands and communication infrastructure continue to be threatened. Paradise, Magalia, and Concow water systems are under a "boil" notice. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect from Wednesday afternoon through Friday morning for the fire area. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.

11/19/2018 1830 CA-HIA Signboard Fire: 75 acres, timber 30% contained. Minimal fire behavior continues on the incident. Precipitation is expected over the fire area beginning Tuesday night.
11/19/2018 1830 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 151,272 acres, brush and timber, 70% contained. Evacuation orders remain for portions of Concow, Magalia, Paradise, Big Bend, Berry Creek, Cherokee, and Bloomer Hill . Evacuation Warnings are in place for portions of Berry Creek. Repopulation took place in areas deemed safe with 36,945 total people still under the Evacuation Order. To date there have been 79 confirmed fatalities on the incident. Major road closures in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162, Pentz Rd. and Skyway Rd. Major power, water, railway, private and public timberlands and communication infrastructure continue to be threatened. Paradise, Magalia, and Concow water systems are under a "boil" notice. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/19/2018 0704

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 151,000 acres, brush and timber, 66% contained. Fire behavior remained moderate overnight on the north, east and southern edges of the fire. Minimal fire activity occurred to the west. Evacuation orders remain for the areas of Concow, Magalia, Paradise, Pulga, Big Bend, Berry Creek, Bloomer Hill and Stirling City. Evacuation Warnings are in place for Lower Clark, Messilla Valley, Cherokee, and portions of Little Chico Creek. To date there have been 77 confirmed fatalities on the incident. Major road closures in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162, Pentz Rd. and Skyway Rd. Major power, water, railway, private and public timberlands and communication infrastructure continue to be threatened. Paradise, Magalia, and Concow water systems are under a "boil" notice. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.

11/18/2018 1840 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 150,000 acres, brush and timber, 65% contained. Fire behavior remained moderate on the north, east and southern edges of the fire. Minimal fire activity occurred to the west. Evacuation orders remain for the areas of Concow, Magalia, Paradise, Pulga, Big Bend, Berry Creek, Bloomer Hill and Stirling City. Evacuation Warnings are in place for Lower Clark, Messilla Valley, Cherokee, and portions of Little Chico Creek. Repopulation took place today in the areas of Stilson, and Hamlin Canyon. To date there have been 77 confirmed fatalities on the incident. Major road closures in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162, Pentz Rd. and Skyway Rd. Major power, water, railway, private and public timberlands and communication infrastructure continue to be threatened. Paradise, Magalia, and Concow water systems are under a "boil" notice. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/18/2018 0705 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 149,500 acres, brush and timber, 60% contained. A Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area expires at 4pm this evening. Evacuation orders remain for the communities and areas surrounding Concow, Magalia, Paradise, Pulga, Big Bend, Berry Creek, Bloomer Hill and Stirling City. Evacuation Warnings are in place for Lower Clark, Messilla Valley, Cherokee, and portions of Little Chico. Major road closures in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162, Pentz Rd. and Skyway Rd. Major power, water, railway, private and public timberlands and communication infrastructure continue to be threatened. Paradise, Magalia, and Concow water systems are under a "boil" notice. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/17/2018 1845 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 149,000 acres, brush and timber, 55% contained. The fire continues to experience growth on the eastern perimeter. The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for the fire area in effect from 10pm tonight and expires 4pm Sunday for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation orders affecting 46,000 people remain for the communities and areas surrounding Concow, Magalia, Paradise, Pulga, Big Bend, Berry Creek, Bloomer Hill and Stirling City. Repopulation for the area surronding Butte College occured this afternoon. Major road closures in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162. Major power, water, railway, private and public timberlands and communication infrastructure continue to be threatened. Paradise, Centerville, and Big Bend power substations remain off-line. Paradise, Magalia, and Concow water systems are under a "boil" notice. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/17/2018 1750 CA-HIA Signboard Fire: 75 acres, timber 30% contained. The fire is located on Tish Tang Ridge, 6 miles from the community of Hoopa. Low-intensity fire behavior continues to be observed. Ground resources are making good progress on control lines. The fire is located in steep, rugged terrain.
11/17/2018 0710 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 148,000 acres, brush and timber, 55% contained. The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for the fire area in effect from 10pm tonight and expires 4pm Sunday for gusty winds and low humidity. Evacuation orders continue for the communities and areas surrounding Concow, Magalia, Paradise, Pulga, Big Bend, Berry Creek, Bloomer Hill and Stirling City. Evacuation warnings remain in place for portions of Little Chico Creek, and Cherokee. Major road closures in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 191, Hwy 162, Durham-Pentz Rd. and Skyway Rd. Major power, water, railway, private and public timberlands and communication infrastructure continue to be threatened. Paradise, Centerville, and Big Bend power substations remain off-line. Paradise, Magalia, and Concow water systems are under a "boil" notice. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/16/2018 1900 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 146,000 acres, brush and timber, 50% contained. Fire behavior was moderate with isolated torching, backing, and creeping. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for Saturday evening through Sunday afternoon in the fire area. Evacuation orders continue for the communities and areas surrounding Concow, Magalia, Paradise, Pulga, Big Bend, Berry Creek, Bloomer Hill and Stirling City. Evacuation warnings remain in place for portions of Hwy 32 corridor to the Plumas County Line and areas around Table Mountain. Re-population of some areas around Table Mountain occurred today. Major road closures in the area include portions of Hwy 70, Hwy 32, Hwy 162, Durham-Pentz Rd. and Skyway Rd. Major power, water. railway, private and public timberlands and communication infrastructure continue to be threatened. Paradise, Centerville, and Big Bend power substations remain off line. Paradise, Magalia, and Concow water systems are under a "boil" notice. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/16/2018 1900 CA-HIA Signboard Fire: 68 acres, timber 30% contained. The fire is located on Tish Tang Ridge, 6 miles from the community of Hoopa. Low-intensity fire behavior continues to be observed. Ground resources are making good progress on control lines. The fire is located in steep, rugged terrain.
11/16/2018 1530 National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from Saturday evening through Sunday afternoon. The warning is for strong northeast to east winds with low humidity,creating critical fire weather conditions. Affected areas include fire weather zones CAZ 266,267,268 and 269.Link
11/16/2018 0740

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 142,000 acres, brush and timber, 45% contained. Fire behavior was moderate overnight with backing, flanking, and creeping. A fire weather watch has been issued for Saturday evening through Sunday afternoon in the fire area. Evacuation orders remain in place for Concow, Magalia, Paradise, Centerville, Butte Creek Canyon, Honey Run, Cherokee, Pulga, Butte Valley, Paradise Pines, Yankee Hill, Stirling City, Berry Creek, and Helltown. Evacuation orders and warnings have been lifted for Forest Ranch and Humbug areas. Major road closures in the area include Hwy 99, Hwy 70, Hwy 149, Hwy 162, and portions of Hwy 32 and the Skyway. Threats continue for communications sites and PG&E infrastructure with Paradise, Centerville, and Big Bend substations off line. Lake Oroville and Concow watersheds are threatened. Paradise, Magalia, and Concow water systems are under a "boil" notice. Union Pacific Railway, private timberlands, and the Plumas National Forest are threatened. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.

11/16/2018 0740 CA-HIA Signboard Fire: 53 acres, timber 15% contained. The fire is located on Tish Tang Ridge, 6 miles from Hoopa. Low-intensity fire continues to creep and smolder through brush in steep, rugged terrain. To minimize risk, firefighters will avoid the steep terrain by constructing indirect firelines on ridges to the east and west of the fire.
11/15/2018 1850 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 141,000 acres, brush and timber, 40% contained. Fire behavior was moderate with uphill runs, isolated torching and flanking . Steep and rugged terrain continue to impede control efforts. Mandatory evacuations include Concow, Magalia, and Paradise, Centerville, Butte Creek Canyon, Lower Neal and Upper Honey Run, Cherokee, Nimshew, Lower Clark, Lower Skyway, Carnegie, North Pines, Fir Haven, South Pine, Old Magalia, and Coutolenc. The evacuation order also includes Clark and Pentz roads south to Hwy 70, Butte Valley, Pulga, Yankee Hill Concow, Humbug, Stirling, Powellton, Lovelock, Brush Creek, Mountain House and Bloomer Hill.  Evacuation Warnings and road closures are in effect for the Little Chico Creek area (north). Multiple road closures include portions of Hwy 99, Hwy 70, Hwy 149, Hwy 162, the Skyway Rd and numerous roads in the fire area. 52,000 Civilians remain evacuated and 1,385 in temporary shelters. Union Pacific Railway, Sawmill Peak Lookout, Flea Mountain Lookout, Butte Fire Center, and USFS facilities remain threatened. Major power, water and communication infrastructure is threatened. Paradise, Magalia, and Concow water systems are under a "boil" notice. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/15/2018 1745 CA-HIA Signboard Fire: 53 acres, timber 15% contained. The fire is located on Tish Tang Ridge, 6 miles from Hoopa. Low-intensity fire continues to creep and smolder through brush in steep, rugged terrain. To minimize risk, firefighters will avoid the steep terrain by constructing indirect firelines on ridges to the east and west of the fire.
11/15/2018 1730 National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Saturday evening through Sunday afternoon for strong north to east winds with low humidity,creating critical fire weather conditions Affected areas include fire weather zones CAZ266,267,268 and 269.Link
11/15/2018 0730 CA-HIA Signboard Fire: 30 acres, timber 15% contained. The fire is located on Tish Tang Ridge, 6 miles from Hoopa. Steep and rugged terrain continues to challenge firefighting efforts. Fire behavior has been minimal with creeping and smoldering observed.
11/15/2018 0730 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 140,000 acres, brush and timber, 40% contained. Fire behavior was moderate overnight with isolated torching, flanking and backing. Steep and rugged terrain continue to impede control efforts. Evacuation Orders remain for Paradise, Magalia, Stirling City, Centerville, Pulga, Concow, Yankee Hill, Butte Creek, Brush Creek, Honey Run, Forest Ranch, Paradise Pines, Cherokee, Berry Creek, and Helltown. Evacuation Warnings continue for Hwy 32 from Nopel Ave to the Plumas County Line. Multiple road closures include portions of Hwy 99, Hwy 70, Hwy 32, Hwy 149, Hwy 162, the Skyway Rd and numerous roads in the fire area. 52,000 Civilians remain evacuated and 1,385 in temporary shelters. Union Pacific Railway, DWR Diversion Dam, Sawmill Peak Lookout, Flea Mountain Lookout, Butte Fire Center, and USFS facilities remain threatened. Major power, water and communication infrastructure is threatened. Paradise, Magalia, and concow water ssystems are under a "boil" notice. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/14/2018 1900 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 138,000 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. Branch X remained the most active portion of the fire today with slow to moderate rates of spread progressing to the north and northeast in the Feather River drainage. Reported structure loss to date include: 8,650 single residences, 106 multiple residences, 4 mixed commercial residential, 260 non-residential and 1,301 other minor structures. There have been no changes to the Evacuation Orders since last report. Evacuation Orders remain for Paradise, Magalia, Stirling City, Centerville, Pentz, Pulga, Concow, Yankee Hill, Butte Creek, Brush Creek and numerous residences within the fire area. An Evacuation Warning remains for residents in the Forest Ranch area. Multiple road closures include portions of Hwy 99, Hwy 70, Hwy 32, Hwy 149, Skyway Rd and numerous roads in the fire area. Union Pacific Railway, DWR Diversion Dam, Sawmill Peak Lookout, Flea Mountain Lookout, Butte Fire Center, USFS facilities and Feather River Hospital remain threatened. Major power, water and communication infrastructure is threatened. To date there have been 56 fatalities confirmed. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/14/2018 1900 CA-HIA Signboard Fire: 30 acres, timber 15% contained. The fire is located on Tish Tang Ridge, 6 miles from Hoopa. Steep and rugged terrain continues to challenge firefighting efforts. Fire behavior has been minimal with creeping and smoldering observed.
11/14/2018 0700 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 135,000 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. Fire behavior was moderate overnight with slow to moderate rates of spread. Forcasted low relative humidity and dry fuel moistures along with diurnal gusty winds in the Feather River Canyon will continue to produce the potential for large fire growth. Evacuation Orders remain for Paradise, Magalia, Stirling City, Centerville, Pentz, Pulga, Concow, Yankee Hill, Butte Creek, Brush Creek and numerous residences within the fire area. Evacuation Warnings remain for residents in the Forest Ranch area. Multiple road closures include portions of Hwy 99, Hwy 70, Hwy 32, Hwy 149, Skyway Rd and numerous roads in the fire area. Union Pacific Railways, DWR Diversion Dam, Sawmill Peak Lookout, Flea Mountain Lookout, Butte College, Butte Fire Center, USFS facilities and Feather River Hospital remain threatened. Major power, water, emergency and public communications are threatened. To date there have been 48 fatalities confirmed. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/13/2018 1900

CA-HIA Signboard Fire: 30 acres, timber 0% contained. The fire is located on Tish Tang Ridge 6 miles from Hoopa on the Hoopa Indian Reservation and the Six Rivers National Forest.

11/13/2018 1900

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 130,000 acres, brush and timber, 35% contained. Fire activity was moderate throughout the day with uphill runs flanking and torching observed. Critically dry fuels, diurnal gusty canyon winds and record high ERCs are contributing to active fire behavior. The fire is currently burning in the foot print of the Poe Fire on Federal DPA. Evacuation orders remain for Paradise, Magalia, Stirling City, Centerville, Pentz, Pulga, Concow, Yankee Hill, Butte Creek, Brush Creek and numerous residences within the fire area. Evacuation Warnings have been issued for residents in the area of Hwy 32 from Nopel Ave. to the Plumas County line. Multiple road closures including portions of Hwy 99, Hwy 70, Hwy 32, Hwy 149, Skyway Rd and numerous roads in the fire area. Union Pacific Railways, DWR Diversion Dam, Sawmill Peak Lookout, Flea Mountain Lookout, Butte College, Butte Fire Center, USFS facilities and Feather River Hospital remain threatened. Major infrastructure effecting power, water systems and emergency and public communications are threatened. 7,600 single residences, 95 multiple residences, 3 mixed commercial residential, 260 non-residential and 859 other minor structures destroyed. 48 fatalities have been confirmed. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.

11/13/2018 1300

CA-HIA Signboard Fire: 19 acres, timber 0% contained. The fire is located on Tish Tang Ridge 6 miles from Hoopa on the Hoopa Indian Reservation and the Six Rivers National Forest. Fire started at 0800 and has a slow rate of spread. Current weather observations are 47 degrees, 51% RH, winds are NW at 3 MPH with gusts to 5 MPH. No threats reported. Map

11/13/2018 0715

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 125,000 acres, brush and timber, 30% contained. Fire activity was moderate throughout the night with uphill runs flanking and torching observed. Critically dry fuels, diurnal gusty canyon winds and record high ERCs are contributing to active fire behavior. Northeast 10 MPH winds with gusts of 25 MPH were recorded last night. The fire is currently burning in the foot print of the Poe Fire on Federal DPA. Evacuation orders remain for Paradise, Magalia, Stirling City, Centerville, Pentz, Pulga, Concow, Yankee Hill, Butte Creek, Brush Creek and numerous residences within the fire area. Evacuation Warnings have been issued for residents in the area of Hwy 32 from Nopel Ave. to the Plumas County line. Multiple road closures including portions of Hwy 99, Hwy 70, Hwy 32, Hwy 149, Skyway Rd and numerous roads in the fire area. Union Pacific Railways, DWR Diversion Dam, Sawmill Peak Lookout, Flea Mountain Lookout, Butte College, Butte Fire Center, USFS facilities and Feather River Hospital remain threatened. Major infrastructure effecting power, water systems and emergency and public communications are threatened. CALFIRE Team 4 is in Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department. Evacuation / Repopulation Map Link

11/12/2018 1900 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 117,000 acres, brush and timber, 30% contained. The fire burned actively throughout the day. The north portion of the fire exhibited the most active running conditions today with wind and slope driven runs. Fire also burned actively in the Bloomer Hill, Stirling City and Big Bend areas. Evacuation orders remain for Paradise, Magalia, Stirling City, Centerville, Pentz, Pulga, Concow, Yankee Hill, Butte Creek, Brush Creek and numerous residences within the fire area. Evacuation Warnings have been issued for residents in the area of Hwy 32 from Nopel Ave. to the Plumas County line and areas of Hwy 70 from Hwy 99 south to Thermalito and north of Hwy 162. Multiple road closures including portions of Hwy 99, Hwy 70, Hwy 32, Hwy 149, Skyway Rd and numerous roads in the fire area. Union Pacific Railways, DWR Diversion Dam, Sawmill Peak Lookout, Flea Mountain Lookout, Butte College, Butte Fire Center, USFS facilities and Feather River Hospital remain threatened. Major infrastructure effecting power, water systems and emergency and public communications are threatened. CALFIRE Team 4 is is Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/12/2018 0710 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 113,000 acres, brush and timber, 25% contained. Fire behavior remained active overnight with the primary fire spread towards the north, east and south. The Red Flag Warning ended at 0700 and winds will transition throughout the day to a more diurnal flow pattern. Evacuation orders continue for Paradise, Magalia, Helltown, Stirling City, Centerville, Pentz, Pulga, Concow, Yankee Hill, Butte Creek, Brush Creek and numerous residences within the fire area. Evacuation Warnings have been issued for residents in the area of Hwy 32 from Nopel Ave. to the Plumas County line and areas of Hwy 70 from Hwy 99 south to Thermalito and north of Hwy 162. Multiple road closures including portions of Hwy 99, Hwy 70, Hwy 32, Hwy 149, Skyway Rd and numerous roads in the fire area. Union Pacific Railways, DWR Diversion Dam, Sawmill Peak Lookout, Flea Mountain Lookout, Butte College, Butte Fire Center, USFS facilities and Feather River Hospital remain threatened. Major infrastructure effecting power, water systems and emergency and public communications are threatened. CALFIRE Team 4 is is Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/11/2018 1930 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 111,000 acres, brush and timber, 25% contained. The fire continues to burn very actively, especially on the south and southeast sides of the incident exhibiting wind driven runs, group torching and long range spotting. The fire has jumped to the south side of the Feather River and is actively burning. A Red Flag Warning remains through Monday morning for very dry conditions and strong downslope winds. Evacuation orders continue for Paradise, Magalia, Helltown,Thermalito, Stirling City, Centerville, Pentz, Pulga, Concow, Yankee Hill, Butte Creek, Brush Creek and numerous residences within the fire area. Evacuation Warnings have been issued for residents in the area of Hwy 32 from Nopel Ave. to the Plumas County line and areas of Hwy 70 from Hwy 99 south to Thermalito and north of Hwy 162. Evacuations have been lifted for portion of the Oro Chico Hwy. Multiple road closures including portions of Hwy 99, Hwy 70, Hwy 32, Hwy 149, Skyway Rd and numerous roads in the fire area. Union Pacific Railways, DWR Diversion Dam, Sawmill Peak Lookout, Flea Mountain Lookout, Butte College, Butte Fire Center, USFS facilities and Feather River Hospital remain threatened. Major infrastructure effecting power, water systems and emergency and public communications are threatened. CALFIRE Team 4 is is Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/11/2018 0700 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 109,000 acres, brush and timber, 25% contained. A Red Flag Warning remains through Monday morning for very dry conditions and strong downslope winds. Evacuation orders continue for Paradise, Magalia, Helltown,Thermalito, Stirling City, Centerville, Pence, Pulga, Concow, Yankee Hill, Perk Hill, Butte Creek, Brush Creek, the Feather River Hospital and numerous residences within the fire area. Multiple road closures including portions of Hwy 99, Hwy 70, Hwy191, Hwy 149, Skyway Rd and numerous roads in the fire area. Union Pacific Railways, DWR Diversion Dam, Sawmill Peak Lookout, Flea Mountain Lookout, Butte College, Butte Fire Center, USFS facilities and Feather River Hospital remain threatened. Major infrastructure effecting power, water systems and emergency and public communications are threatened. CALFIRE Team 4 is is Unified Command with the USFS, Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/10/2018 1900 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 105,000 acres, brush and timber, 20% contained. 6,453 single residents and 260 commercial buildings have been destroyed. An estimated 52,000 civilians have been evacuated. The fire continues to burn rapidly with uphill runs and short range spotting. A Red Flag Warning is in effect tonight through Monday morning for very dry conditions and strong downslope winds. Evacuation orders continue for Paradise, Magalia, Helltown,Thermalito, Stirling City, Centerville, Pence, Pulga, Concow, Yankee Hill, Perk Hill, Butte Creek, Brush Creek, the Feather River Hospital and numerous residences within the fire area. Multiple road closures including portions of Hwy 99, Hwy 70, Hwy191, Hwy 149, Hwy 36, Skyway Rd and numerous roads in the fire area. Union Pacific Railways, DWR Diversion Dam, Sawmill Peak Lookout, Flea Mountain Lookout, Butte College, Butte Fire Center, USFS facilities and Feather River Hospital remain threatened. Major infrastructure effecting power, water systems and emergency and public communications are threatened. CALFIRE Team 4 is is Unified Command with Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department. The incident will go into Unified Command with the USFS at 0700 tomorrow morning.
11/10/2018 0736 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 100,000 acres, brush and timber, 20% contained. Fire continues to burn at a rapid rate of spread. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for the fire area from 2200 this evening to 0700 Monday morning for strong gusty winds and dry fuels. Evacuation orders continue for Paradise, Magalia, Concow, and Butte Creek. Evacuation Warnings in effect for Thermolito, Hwy 99 E to Hwy 70 and Hwy 162 to Hwy 149. Multiple road closures remain including Hwy 70 between Pentz Rd. to Plumas County Line, Hwy 149 from Hwy 70 north and portions of Hwy 191 north of Hwy 70. Union Pacific Railways, Butte College, and Feather River Hospital is threatened. Major infrastructure effecting power, water systems and emergency and public communications are threatened. CALFIRE Team 4 is is Unified Command with Butte County Sheriff's and the Town of Paradise Police Department.
11/09/2018 1915

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 90,000 acres, brush and timber, 5% contained. Fire is located off Pulga Rd. cross of Camp Creek Rd, Jarbo Gap area. Extreme fire behavior with wind driven runs, flanking and spotting observed overnight. Mandatory evacuation orders remain in effect for communities, Paradise, Magalia, Concow, Butte Creek Valley and Butte Valley, Forest Ranch, Stirling City, Inskip and portions of the City of Chico. Evacuation Warnings have been issued for Thermalito-Hwy 99 East to Highway 70 from Hwy 162 north to Hwy 149. An estimated 52,000 civilians have been evacuated. Multiple road closures are in place including Highway 70, Sky way, Highway 191, and Pentz Road. Structures continue to remain threatened. Feather River Hospital has sustained severe damage and other structures have been lost, PG&E Pulga and Cresta Powerhouses, Kv powerlines, multiple communications towers, Butte College, Plumas National Forest, Union Pacific Rail Road, USFS fire stations, private timberlands, PG&E gas lines, Lake Oroville watershed, Paradise Municipal water supply and other infrastructure remain threatened. Also threatened are Saw Mill Peak and Flea Mountain lookouts. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for strong winds and low RH for the fire area. Cal Fire IMT 4 is assigned. Cal Fire IMT 4 is in command.

11/09/2018 1530 National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from Saturday evening through Monday morning for strong north to east winds with low humidity and dry fuels, for most of interior Northern California. Affected areas include fire weather zones CAZ 213>281,220,221,263,264,266>269 and 279. Link
11/09/2018 1530 National Weather Service- Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from Saturday evening through early afternoon Sunday for gusty east winds with low relative humidity, for fire weather zone 280Link
11/09/2018 1400

National Weather Service-Eureka has issued a Red Flag Warning for Mendocino N.F/E Mendocino Unit-Trinity areas. The warning is in effect from Saturday evening through early Monday morning for gusty easterly winds combined with critically low relative humidity and poor overnight RH recovery. Affected fire weather zones include CAZ276, 277 and 278 Link

11/09/2018 1230 National Weather Service- San Francisco has issued a Red Flag Warning for the North Bay and Santa Cruz Mountain areas. The warning is in effect from Saturday evening through Sunday afternoon for gusty offshore winds combined with critically low relative humidity and dry fuels. Affected fire weather zones include CAZ507-511 and 512 Link
11/09/2018 1025

National Weather Service- Medford has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Saturday evening through Sunday afternoon east wind with poor overnight RH recovery and strong gusty wind with low RH for fire weather zone 280 Link

11/09/2018 0834

National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Saturday evening through Monday morning for strong north to east winds for the Coast range, Sacramento Valley, Delta and most of Shasta County. Link

11/09/2018 0818

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 70,000 acres, brush and timber, 5% contained. Fire is located off Pulga Rd. cross of Camp Creek Rd, Jarbo Gap area. Extreme fire behavior with wind driven runs with group torching and spotting observed overnight. Numerous mandatory evacuation orders remain in effect for communities north of Highway 70, Paradise, Magalia, Concow, Butte Creek Valley and Butte Valley, Forest Ranch, Stirling City, Inskip and portions of the City of Chico. An estimated 40,000 civilians have been evacuated.  Multiple road closures are in place including Highway 70, Sky way, Highway 191, Pentz Road and Highway 99. Structures continue to remain threatened. Feather River Hospital has sustained severe damage and other structures have been lost. Neal Road Landfill, PG&E Pulga and Cresta Powerhouses, Kv powerlines, multiple communications towers, and Paradise Municipal water supply remain threatened. Also threatened are Saw Mill Peak and Flea Mountain lookouts. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for strong winds and low RH for the fire area. Cal Fire IMT 4 is assigned.

11/08/2018 1927

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 20,000 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. Fire is located off Pulga Rd. cross of Camp Creek Rd, Jarbo Gap area. Extreme wind driven fire behavior observed with long range spotting. Numerous mandatory evacuation orders remain in effect for communities north of Highway 70. Paradise, Magalia, Concow, Butte Creek Valley and Butte Valley. Forest Ranch is under evacuation advisory. Multiple road closures are in place including Highway 70, Sky way, Highway 191 and Pentz Road. Structures continue to remain threatened. Feather River Hospital has sustained severe damage and other structures have been lost. Neal Road Landfill, PG&E Pulga and Cresta Powerhouses, Kv powerlines, multiple communications towers, and Paradise Municipal water supply remain threatened. Also threatened are Saw Mill Peak and Flea Mountain lookouts. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for strong winds and low RH for the fire area. Cal Fire IMT 4 is assigned.

11/08/2018 1927 CA-NOD Horn Fire: 88 acres, grass and brush, 100% contained. Fire is located Horn Road X Mail Route Road, 9 miles SE of Termo. One out building has been destroyed. This will be the last report unless significant change occurs
11/08/2018 1630

CA-SUI Nurse Fire: 1500 acres, grass oak woodland, 50% contained. Fire started at 1328. Structure threat has been mitigated and all evacuations have been lifted. This will be the last report unless significant change occurs.

11/08/2018 1314

CA-NOD Horn Fire: 90 acres, grass and brush, 0% contained. Fire is located Horn Road X Mail Route Road, 9 miles SE of Termo. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread. One out building has been destroyed. Fire is burning on both sides of Horn Road. Map

11/08/2018 1230 CA-BTU Camp Fire: 8000 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. Fire is located off Pulga Rd. cross of Camp Creek Rd, Jarbo Gap area. Extreme wind driven fire behavior observed with long range spotting. Numerous mandatory evacuation orders remain in effect for communities north of Highway 70. Paradise, Magalia, Concow, Butte Creek Valley and Butte Valley are under Mandatory Evacuation Orders. Multiple road closures are in place including Highway 70, Sky way, Highway 191 and Pentz Road. Fire is threatening Feather River Hospital as well as other structures, powerlines and communications towers as well as Flea Mountain and Saw Mill Peak Lookouts. Paradise municipal water supply is also threatened. Multiple structures have been lost. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for strong winds and low RH for the fire area.
11/08/2018 1114

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 5000 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. Fire is located off Pulga Rd. cross of Camp Creek Rd, Jarbo Gap area. Extreme wind driven fire behavior observed with long range spotting. Numerous mandatory evacuation orders remain in effect for communities north of Highway 70. Paradise, Magalia, Concow, Butte Creek Valley and Butte Valley are under Mandatory Evacuation Orders. Multiple road closures are in place. Fire is threatening structures, powerlines and communications towers as well as Flea Mountain and Saw Mill Peak Lookouts. Paradise municipal water supply is also threatened. Multiple structures have been lost. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for strong winds and low RH for the fire area.

11/08/2018 0833

CA-BTU Camp Fire: 2000 acres brush and timber, 0% contained. Fire is located off Pulga Rd. cross of Camp Creek Rd, Jarbo Gap area. Fire started at 0633. Extreme fire behavior observed. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for the fire area. Evacuations are in progress for Pulga, Paradise and Concow. Threat to communication and powerlines as well as Flea Mountain Lookout. Cal Fire IMT 4 has been ordered. Map

11/06/2018 1004

National Weather Service- Eureka issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 10 pm this evening to 10 pm Thursday for gusty northeast winds and low humidity. Affected area fire weather zone 277 Link

11/06/2018 1123

National Weather Service- San Francisco issued a Red Flag Warning in effect from 10 pm Wednesday to 7 am Friday for low humility and gusty offshore winds. Affected area includes the North Bay Mountains and East Bay Hills above 1000 ft, Fire Weather Zones 507 and 511 Link

11/06/2018 1123

National Weather Service- Sacramento has upgraded the Fire Weather Watch to a Red Flag Warning in effect from 10 pm Wednesday to 7 am Friday for gusty winds and low humilities. Affected area include portions of the Sacramento Valley, the northern Coastal Range, the west slopes of the northern Sierra Nevada and adjacent foothills, and much of Shasta County. Fire Weather Zones 213, 215, 216, 217, 263, 264, 266, 267, 268, 269, and 279. Link

11/06/2018 0945

National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Wednesday evening through Friday morning for gusty winds and low humilities. Affected area include portions of the Sacramento Valley, the northern Coastal Range, the west slopes of the northern Sierra Nevada and adjacent foothills, and much of Shasta County. Fire Weather Zones 213, 215, 216, 217, 263, 264, 266, 267, 268, 269, and 279.  Link

11/05/2018 1703 CA-TGU Adams Fire: 60 acres grass, 90% contained. Fire is located off Adams Rd. cross of Bar Rd, 3 miles southwest of Cottonwood. This will be the last report unless significant change occurs.
11/05/2018 1150

CA-TGU Adams Fire: 45 acres grass, 10% contained. Fire is located off Adams Rd. cross of Bar Rd. 3 miles southwest of Cottonwood burning in grass oak woodland. Fire started at 1017. Weather observations are 72 degrees, 22% RH, wind is north at 10 MPH with gusts to 18 MPH. Forward rate of spread has been stopped. Map

11/02/2018 0830

National Weather Service- Sacramento has upgraded the Fire Weather Watch to a Red Flag Warning in effect from Midnight tonight to 6 am Sunday for low humility and gusty offshore winds. Affected area includes the Coast Range, East Slopes Coast Range Foothills and Western Sacramento Valley Link

11/02/2018 0830

National Weather Service- San Francisco has upgraded the Fire Weather Watch to a Red Flag Warning in effect from 1 am Saturday to 6 am Sunday for low humility and gusty offshore winds. Affected area includes the East Bay Hills above 1000 ft, Fire Weather Zone 511. Link

11/01/2018 1730 National Weather Service- San Francisco has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from late Friday night through late Saturday Night for low humility and gusty offshore winds. Effected are the North Bay Mountains, Fire Weather Zone 507 Link
11/01/2018 1730

National Weather Service- San Francisco has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from late Friday night through late Saturday Night for low humilities and gusty offshore winds. Effected are the East Bay Hills, Fire Weather Zone 511 Link

11/01/2018 1730

National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Friday night through Saturday Night for gusty winds low humilities. Effected area includes the Coastal Foothills and Western Sacramento Valley, Fire Weather Zones 216, 217, 218, 219, 263, 264, and 279. Link

11/01/2018 0815 CA-BTU Junes Fire: 550 acres grass, 100% contained. This will be the last report unless significant change occurs.

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