Fire behavior is increasing in interior pockets of unburned fuel. CA-MNF August Complex: 984,804 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 51% contained. Repopulation is occurring where safely possible. Active fire behavior was observed today. Sage Grouse habitat is threatened. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. South Zone: 488,897 70% contained, North Zone: 332,388, 49% contained, West Zone: 116,759 acres, 65% contained. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command. CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 1,752 acres brush, timber, 34% contained. CA-KNF Slater: 155,004 acres, timber, 62% contained. Aircraft have been unable to fly the incident due to strong winds. Road, area and trail closures in effect. There are threats to the community of Hoopa and tribal lands, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitat, and a Class 1 Airshed. CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 365,772 acres, grass and brush, 20% contained. Structures remain threatened. CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 29,517 acres grass, brush and timber, 38% contained. Overnight fire behavior consisted of interior burning. The Salmon Fire is 802 acres, 89% contained. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. Fire behavior is increasing in interior pockets of unburned fuel. Minimal fire behavior today with backing, smoldering and creeping. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Minimal interior fire behavior overnight, Area, road and trail closures are in effect. Road closures remain in the area. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 143,092 acres timber, 10% contained. Unified command CAL FIRE and Yuba County Sheriff’s Office. Moderate fire behavior. CA-SHU Zogg: 56,305 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 66% contained. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. CA-LNU Glass: 67,484 acres brush and timber, 97% contained. The National Weather Service- Has issued multiple Red Flag Warning's and Fire Weather Watches encompassing most of the North Ops area. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. There is a planned firing operation to help secure firelines this evening. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. General areas include potions of Modoc and Siskiyou County. All road closures have been lifted with Re-population of the fire area completed. Map, The National Weather Service- Sacramento has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Sunday morning through Tuesday morning for dry lightning. Please see the following link for area-specific details and be advised the National Weather Service may expand or alter this Fire Weather Watch in the coming days. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Rapid rate of spread with spotting 1 mile ahead of the main fire. Area and trail closures in effect with multiple roads closed in the area with Hwy 36 and multiple County roads closed. All listed fires will be part of the MNF August Lightning Complex. CA-MDF July Complex: 15,458 acres grass and timber, 30% contained. Map. CAL FIRE IMT #4 (Russell) in unified command with USFS. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in brief at 1400. Threats to Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Repopulation continues with no new Evacuation Orders or Warnings issued. CA-MNF August Complex: 862,733 acres grass, brush and timber, 40% contained. Weather is 75 degrees, 31% RH, Wind SSW at 20 Mph with gusts to 28 Mph. CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,693 acres timber, 32% contained. Threats to Mt. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Link, The National Weather Service- Medford has issued a Fire Weather Watch in effect from Monday afternoon through Monday evening for gusty winds and low humidity. All evacuation orders in Butte County have been lifted. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Crews continue to strengthen control lines. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, and to critical emergency services communications infrastructure. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. Threats to communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. CA-KNF Fox Fire: 1,500 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. Highway 36 is closed. CAL FIRE IMT 6 (Veik) is in command. Private Timberland are threatened. Moderate fire behavior observed today as interior islands continue to burn out. CA-MNF Fire Activity: The Mendocino National Forest has had 20 fires reported from lightning. North Bay Type III IMT on order. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Fires in the Red Salmon Complex: Red Fire: 9,399 acres, 19% contained. CA-MNF August Complex: 1,028,529 acres grass, brush and timber, 74% contained. Shasta-Trinity N.F. Outflow winds continued to cause spotting. Crews continue work on spots fires on the NE portion of the incident and protecting structures in Lake Pillsbury to the South. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites and to critical wildlife habitat. Moderate fire behavior reported with interior pockets of fuel continuing to burn. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect and a threat remains for multiple communities and structures. Northeast Zone: 269,385 acres, 48% contained, Northwest Zone: 68,865 acres, 37% contained, South Zone: 548,164 acres, 83% contained, West Zone: 137,678 acres, 75% contained. Smoke from the fire is impacting State Hwy 36, but it remains open at this time. Power infrastructure is threatened and damaged. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, multiple Fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Little Volcano Special Interest Area, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. Fire is burning in steep rugged terrain. Road, area and trail closures in effect. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in place. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. CA-SRF Red Salmon: 130,154 acres, brush and timber, 33% contained. CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 3,920 acres, brush and timber, 5% contained. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command. Threats to major water and power infrastructure and critical communications infrastructure. Hwy 36 remains closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Shasta Trinity N.F Type 3 organization in command of and Northeast Zone. Oregon State Fire Marshal planned to transition out of unified command @ 1000 today. CA-TNF Loyalton Fire: 46,386 acres grass and brush, 35% contained. Major power transmission lines threatened with continued threats to multiple sites of critical infrastructure including CAL FIRE repeaters. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August North Zone. There are threats to structures, powerline infrastructure, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitats. The fire is burning in the 2012 Mill fire burn scar. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access with extreme fire behavior with long-range spotting. CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,188 acres brush, timber, 73% contained. Fire area received precipitation. Road, area and trail closures in effect. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command. NORTH OPS OUTLOOK Fig 8: Predictive Services graphical Outlook for May through August 2019 Mild temperatures and occasional light rain are in the forecast through the middle of May. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, protected and endangered species, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and the Union Pacific railroad. California IMT 11 assumed command at 0700. Bolivar lookout and associated communications sites, and commercial timberlands. The community of Tionesta remains under Evacuation Orders. CA-KNF Slater Fire: 157,095 acres timber, 85% contained. Threats exist to numerous communities with Evacuation Warnings and Order still in place. Please see link for area specific details. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Active running and spotting fire behavior today. CAL FIRE IMT- 4 (Russell) mobilized. The threat to structures has been mitigated. This will be the last report unless significant change occurs. This fire is located on Cedar Ridge, 16 miles west of Elk Creek. Evacuation Orders remain in place for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek areas. There are road closures in the area. Evacuation Order in effect for Miller Ranch. CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 85,647 acres, brush and timber, 47% contained. CA-PNF North Complex: 317,459 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 79% contained. Threats remains to cultural and historical sites, The Trinity-Alps Wilderness trail system and the Salmon Summit trail. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. CA-NOD S-4 Fire: 1,802 acres grass, brush, and timber 80%. This Incident is NOT in Unified Command. CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 138,643 acres brush and timber, 34% contained. General areas includes: Central Sacramento Valley in Glenn, Colusa, Yuba, Northern Sutter, and Butte County below 1000 Ft. Southern Sacramento Valley in Yolo-Sacramento Far Western Placer, southern Sutter and Solano County below 1000 Ft-Northern San Joaquin Valley in San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties Below 1000 ft-Southeast Edge Shasta-Trinity NF and Western Portions of Tehama-Glenn Unit-Eastern Mendocino NF. Highway 130 is closed, including many local roads and trails. There is a continued threat to the Massacre Rim Wilderness Study Area, prehistoric sites, cultural sites and grazing allotments. Link, CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 10,206 acres, brush and timber, 34% contained. CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 137,000 acres timber, 0% contained. CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,264 acres grass, brush and timber, 91% contained. A Red Flag Warning issued for gusty winds and low RH from 0800 Sunday to 0600 Tuesday. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell). Transition to Local Type 4 IC. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Increase in acreage due to more accurate mapping. The National Weather Service has issued a Fire Weather Watch due to gusty winds and low humidity from Thursday evening through Friday afternoon for the Eastern Sierra. Fire activity moderated overnight as relative humidity increased over the area. California Type 2 IMT, Team 14 (Strawhun) is in command, CA-MDF July Complex: 83,261 acres grass and timber, 94% contained. CA-KNF Fox Fire: 90 acres brush, timber, 2% contained, reduction in acreage due to more accurate mapping. Fire is located on County Road 136 at Forest Road 44N11, 24 Miles southeast of Tulelake. CA-ENF FORK FIRE: 500 acres brush, timber, 0% contained. There remains a threat to private residents and infrastructure in the Red Cap Drainage. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek in California. All threats have been mitigated with repopulation in progress. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH, Monday morning to Monday evening. One structure destroyed. There is a continued structure threat with Evacuation Warnings remaining in place. The fire continues to spread slowly to the N, W and NE. CA-LNU Glass: 67,484 acres brush and timber, 82% contained. Fire burning in steep rugged terrain. Smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Evacuation Warning is in place for Lake Forest Estates. CA-MNF Baseball Fire: 60 acres timber and brush, 10% contained. CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,644 acres brush and timber, 75% contained. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity. SHF Elkhorn has been added to this complex. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites. There are two fires burning approximately 2 miles apart. Mendocino N.F. CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,860 acres grass and brush, 8% contained. CA-PNF North Complex: 289,981 acres grass, brush and timber 62% contained. NW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) in command of August-South Zone. There are threats to structures, communication infrastructure for Gasquet, Karuk Tribe Ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument, multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitats. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-Northeast Zone today (10/4) at 0600. Tentative transfer of command of Slater-South Zone to NR Team 2 planned for 9/22 at 1800. There is a Red Flag Warning for the fire area. Area, road and trail closures are in effect. Time periods vary by area but generally begin Sunday morning and remain through Tuesday. CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 157,475 acres, grass and brush, 5% contained: Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings in place. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) is in command. Crews continue to improve fireline north of Seiad Valley. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) in command. is in command of August-South Zone. Fire is burning in old growth with areas of no known fire history. CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,637 acres timber, 82% contained. Moderate fire behavior was reported. MAP. 14 residential structures, 1 mixed commercial/residential structure and 6 outbuildings have been destroyed. Moderate fire behavior observed overnight. Continue to improve, reinforce and secure control lines. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar and in steep and rugged terrain. A Fire Weather Watch has been issue from Monday evening to Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low RH. Rapid rate of spread. CA-LMU Hog Fire: 9,000 acres timber, 7% contained. The fire is burning in steep rugged terrain. SHF Elkhorn has been added to this complex. CA-LNU Lightning Complex: 46,225 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. Area and trail closures in effect with multiple roads closed in the area with a threat to Hwy 36. CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Bolivar lookout and associated communications sites, and to commercial timberlands. Trail, area, and road closures remain. Threats exist to numerous communities, endangered species, cultural sites, watershed, major power transmission lines, natural gas storage facility and multiple sites of critical infrastructure including state water project, Alameda County water system and CAL FIRE repeaters. Evacuation orders remain in place. Power infrastructure is threatened, and repair is ongoing. A Fire Weather Watch has been issue from Monday evening to Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low RH. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. RM Type 2, Team Black (Hagan) in command of North and South Zone. Burn out operations continue on the Red Fire, crews continue mop-up operation on the Salmon Fire. West Zone: 49,009 acres, 0% contained. R-5 Fire, 471 acres, 75% contained. CA-PNF North Complex: 304,492 acres grass, brush and timber 78% contained. CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 4,538 acres grass and brush, 41% contained. Deep marine layer brought elevated relative humidity to the fire area. Evacuation Warnings in place for the communities of Olema, Iverness and Sea Haven. The fire continues to spread slowly to East and West Southwest. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple Fire stations, to private and Federal timberlands, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, and the Union Pacific railroad. Crews continue to mop up and strengthen control lines. Road closures in the area. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 in command of North Zone. Crews continue to secure control lines. Highway 36 is closed, and road, area and trail closures are in effect. 2 fires in the area. Road closures in the area. CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,300 acres brush and timber, 72% contained. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Threat remains to cultural and historical sites. Active fire behavior today with short crown runs, short-range spotting and running. This includes the western portions of the Sacramento Valley as well as the Delta Region. Map. Threats to communication infrastructure for Plumas County, USFS, Verizon and multiple repeater sites, to Upper Feather River Watershed and water storage and pumping infrastructure, multiple fire stations, private and Federal timberlands, to several commercial mining sites, historical sites and Maidu cultural sites, to protected and endangered species, two Native American Casino’s, Highway 70, and to the Union Pacific railroad. CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 669 acres brush and timber, 0% contained. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. There is also a threat to railways and State Highway 395. Road closures in the area. CA-SHF Elkhorn: 255,309 acres grass and brush, 27% contained. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Road, area, and trail closures remain in effect. Map, CA-MNF Rockwell Ridge Fire: 150 acres timber, 0% contained. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. Threat remains to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in effect for multiple areas. Crews continue to strengthen control lines. Crews continue to mop up in heavy Coastal Redwood timber. Fire burning in steep rugged terrain. CA-KNF Fox Fire: 2,092 acres, brush and timber, 31% contained. Evacuation Warnings for Denny and Mill Ranch have been lifted. Minimal fire behavior with creeping and smoldering. CA-LNF Stump Fire: 25 acres timber, 0% contained, with a moderate rate of spread. There is a threat to major communications site and private timberland. CA-PNF North Complex: 318,930 acres grass, brush and timber, 95% contained. Repopulation plan implemented for limited areas. CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 28,903 acres grass, brush and timber, 16% contained. Smoke impacts to the city of San Francisco. RM Type 2, Team Black in command of North and South Zone. Structures are threatened with Mandatory Evacuations in place for the community of Constantia. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. Rapid rate of spread with structures threatened and an evacuation warning in place. CA-KNF Slater: 154,102 acres, timber, 32% contained. California IMT 10 (Dalrymple) in command. Please see the link for further details. Minimal fire behavior overnight, primarily occurring in interior pockets of fuel. CA-NEU Jones Fire:705 acres brush and timber, 65% contained. Evacuation Warning issued for Olema and Bolinas. Highway 130 is closed with road and trail closures in the area. Lava Beds National Monument Headquarters is under evacuation Orders. No current threats reported.Map, CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 722 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. CA-SHU Zogg: 56,338 acres grass brush and timber, 97% contained. Fire is burning at a moderate rate of spread. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek with multiple levels of evacuations remain in effect for Oregon. Threats to historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. Red Flag Warning for very dry with gusty winds in effect. CA Team 10 is providing command and general staff support. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Fire behavior today was isolated to interior pockets of fuel. Road closures in the area. Crews continue to strengthen control lines and mop up. CA-NOD S-1 Fire: 750 acres grass and brush, 0% Contained. Incident is NOT in Unified Command. Critical communications infrastructure including CAL FIRE radio repeaters threatened. is in command of August- Northeast Zone. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders and warnings are in effect. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system, and multiple watersheds threatened, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural, and ceremonial sites, protected and endangered species, Critical Sage Grouse habitat. CA-SHF Flat Fire: 60 acres, grass and brush, 60 % contained. Please see link for area specific details Link. Minimal fire behavior observed. Fire spread continues towards the community of Point Reyes with evacuation order and warnings in place. Final report unless significate activity occurs. The threat remains to structures, Massacre Rim Wilderness Study Area, prehistoric sites, cultural sites and grazing allotments. CA-LMU Gold Fire: 21,870 acres grass and timber, 60% contained. Threat to protected and endangered species habitat and road, area and trail closures in effect. Structures are threatened. Hwy 36 closed and area and trail closures in effect. Northern Rockies Team 2 is in Unified Command in Oregon with Oregon State Fire Marshal. Continued threat to structures and evacuation orders have been downgraded to evacuation warnings. Threat remains to cultural and historic sites of the Karuk, Hoopa, and Yurok Tribes, Spotted Owl and Coho Salmon Habitat, high value forest and tribal timberlands, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,855 acres timber, 67% contained. CAL FIRE IMT 3 (See) is in unified command with Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office and Napa County Sheriff’s Office.
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