is in command of August- Northeast Zone. Please see below link for area specific details. Moderate Fire behavior today with flanking, backing and isolated torching. Threat remains to cultural and historical sites. Minimal fire activity with smoldering and creeping. The salmon Fire is lined and mop-up continues and crews continue work on a 20 acre spot fire north of the Red Fire. Road, trail, and area closures in effect. Please see link for area specific details Link. All listed fires will be part of the MNF August Lightning Complex. There is a Fire Weather Watch issued for the fire area for gusty winds nad low rh starting Saturday (9/26) morning through Monday (9/28) morning. Highway 44 is closed east of Susanville. Threats to powerlines, municipal water system and multiple watersheds, private and Federal timberlands, heritage, cultural and ceremonial sites, protected and endangered species, and to critical Sage Grouse habitat. The National Weather Service - has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Critical to Extreme Fire Weather Conditions including strong gusty winds and low humidity for much of the North Ops area starting Sunday through Tuesday. The National Weather Service has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Western Siskiyou County area for Thursday afternoon – Friday afternoon. Decrease in acreage do to more accurate mapping. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command. North Ops ; Great Basin ; Southwest; Type I IMT National Rotation Changes 11/18/2020 @ 1600 MST. There is a tentative transfer of command of Slater-South Zone to NR Team 2 planned for 9/22 at 1800 hrs. Road, trail and area closures in effect. Evacuation Orders remain in place. CA-CZU Warnella Fire: 300 acres, grass and brush, 5% contained. Fire burning in old growth with areas of no known fire history. Fire spread primarily continues to the north, northwest and west. West-Zone and burn operations planned along Hwy 36 which will close the Hwy. Fires are in remote locations with difficult access. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. Crews continue to secure and mop up control lines. The fire continues to threaten structures and Evacuation Orders are in place. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Minimal fire behavior with flanking, smoldering and creeping with continued growth in the Thompson Ck. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) is in command, California Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) assigned. Type 2 Team (Coots) and Atlanta-NIMO Team assigned, transition to command of August South Zone TBD. Incident is NOT in Unified Command. In brief today at 1100. Map, CA-LNU Pope Fire: 67 acres grass and brush,50% contained, Significant augmentation of resources. Fire area received between .20 and .70 inches of rain overnight. Minimal fire behavior today with smoldering observed. Road closures in the area. Area trail and road closures remain in place. Threats exist to natural resources, cultural sites and wildlife including endangered species. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. CAL FIRE IMT-2 (Kavanaugh) in command. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell). Minimal interior fire behavior overnight and area, road and trail closures are in effect. Moderate fire behavior overnight with flanking, backing and isolated torching. Evacuation Advisory has been lifted for the Seiad Valley and Highway 96 corridor. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. 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. Area Command Team 3 (Jalbert) in command. Hwy 36 is open with restricted hours and pilot car escort. CA-HUU Redwood: 102 acres, grass and timber, 80% contained. There are threats to structures, the communities of Igo and Ono, Shasta State Park, Northern California Veterans Cemetery, critical infrastructure including major transmission lines, natural gas pipelines, private timberlands, campgrounds, grazing lands, wilderness areas, and endangered species. Unified Command: RM Type 2, Team Black in command and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell). Marines from Camp Pendleton are assigned to Northeast Zone. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remaining in effect for multiple areas. Road closures in the area. Threats to historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Highway 1. Threats to communities, privates and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines gas lines, hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure. County Road 97, SR 139 and all campgrounds in the area of Medicine Lake remain closed. CA-LMU Gold Fire: 14,500 acres grass and timber, 15% contained. CA-NEU Willow Fire: 1,311 acres grass and brush, 20% contained. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) is in Command. Commercial timberlands are threatened and road and trail closures are in effect. Area Command Team 1 (Stutler) assigned to relieve ACT 2, in brief 10/12, GB Type 1, Team 1 (Adell) assigned, planned transfer of management of NW zone for 0600 on 10/13. Threat remains to structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon and Cecilville and a continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. Fire is burning within the Rush fire burn scar and Skedaddle Water Shed Area. Incident is NOT in Unified Command. The complex is comprised of 29 fires that encompass a large area of Butte County. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders are in place. A Red Flag Warning remains in effect over the fire today for dry and very unstable conditions. Change in acreage is due to more accurate mapping. CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,649 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. Structures are still threatened. Power infrastructure is threatened, and repair is ongoing. Area Command Team 2 (Sexton) in command. Rapid rate of spread. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect. North Ops has moved to Preparedness Level 5 at 1230 hours today. Evacuation Orders remain for the Silver Hills area. There are threats to the community of Hoopa, tribal lands, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical endangered wildlife habitat and a Class 1 Airshed.
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