CA-KNF Devil: 8,849 acres, timber, 58% contained. Structures threatened with Evacuation Orders and Warnings issued for The Forks of Salmon community. Northeast Zone: 270,266 acres, 60% contained, Northwest Zone: 69,954 acres, 94% contained, South Zone: 548,295 acres, 86% contained, West Zone: 140,522 acres, 90% contained. Please continue to check the National Weather Service website as the Fire Weather Watch area may expand.Link. Threats to threatened and endangered species, FAA communication VOR infrastructure, Dairy Ranches, and the National Historic District. CA-LMU Gold Fire: 21,870 acres grass and timber, 60% contained. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone. Please see link for area specific details. Decrease in acres due to more accurate mapping. Damage inspection is ongoing. Unified command CAL FIRE and Yuba County Sheriff’s Office. CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,648 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. CA Team 10 is providing organizational management assistance to the nearby Fox Fire. Highway 130 is closed, including many local roads and trails. CA-PNF North Complex: 318,935 acres grass, brush and timber, 96% contained. CA-KNF Slater Fire: 156,648 acres timber, 83% contained. CAL FIRE IMT- 4 (Russell) mobilized. Threats to Mt, Bolivar lookout and communications site, and to commercial timberlands. CA-ENF Point Fire: 94 acres, timber, 0% contained. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and threat remains for multiple communities. CA-PNF North Complex 1,481 acres grass, brush and timber 5% contained. Norther Rockies Team 2 is in Unified Command in Oregon with Oregon State Fire Marshal. Fireing operations are continuing with favorable weather conditions. Bolivar lookout and associated communications site and to commercial timberlands remain. CA-PNF North Complex: 273,335 acres grass, brush and timber 36% contained. 40 acre spot fire north of the Red Fire and threats remain to cultural and historic sites, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. CA-PNF North Complex: 318,935 acres grass, brush and timber, 98% contained. Minimal fire behavior today with creeping and smoldering. Hwy 36 is closed and area and trail closures in effect. PNW Type 2, Team 7 (Knerr) in command. There is a threat to the communities of Nevada City and Grass Valley. 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. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. Hwy 36 is opened with restricted hours and pilot car escort. There are threats to structures. CA-SCU California Fire: 225 acres of grass, 60% contained. Extreme fire behavior with crowning, running, and long-range spotting. CA-SKU Badger Fire: 557 acres brush and timber, 45% contained. Limited access and steep terrain with heavy mop up in coastal redwood timber. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Area and trail closures are in effect. CA-AEU Miess Fire: 499 acres, grass, 30% contained. Minimal fire behavior with backing, smoldering, and creeping. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon. CA-SRF Red Salmon: 132,065 acres, brush and timber, 34% contained. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, and to critical emergency services communications infrastructure. 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. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight with smoldering and creeping observed. NW Type 1 IMT 2 (Allen) assigned to south Zone in brief today 9/29. Threat remains to cultural and historical sites. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping and smoldering. Fire is burning adjacent to private property. CA-MDF July Complex: 83,261 acres grass and timber, 97% contained. Northern Rockies Type 1 IMT 1 in command of North Zone. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) managing the August- Northwest Zone, GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) is managing August-Northeast Zone, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. Preparation continues along Hwy 36 for burn operations. Evacuation Warning remains for Forks of the Salmon. CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 1,100 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. There are no current threats reported. Active fire behavior with most activity occurring on the west and northwest side today. Santa Barbara County Fire Department: Santa Ynez, CA: 8: 1-Bell (UH-1H) Restricted: CAL FIRE: Units place order to the GACC and GACC can go direct to Santa Barbara Co ECC. NW Type 2, Team 10 (Lawson) assigned, in-brief 9/24. Please see link for area specific details. The National Weather Service: Eureka Has issued a Fire Weather Watch for the Upper Smith – Lower Klamath areas above 1,500ft from Sunday afternoon through Monday Morning for Gusty NE Winds and low RH recoveries. This Incident is NOT in Unified Command. Fire continues to hold west of Plummer Creek. Fire is burning at a Dangerous rate of spread. Threat to BNSF Railroad, electrical transmission lines, high pressure gas lines, private timberlands and significant historical and Cultural areas. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Moderate fire behavior with backing and isolated torching today. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-Northeast Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command. Transfer of command to PNW Type 2, Team 7 on 10/3 @ 0600. Continued structure threat and evacuation orders and warnings remain with repopulation occurring where safely possible. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. MAP. GB Type 1, Team 2 (DeMasters) in command of August-South Zone, CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of the August-West Zone. Active fire behavior observed today with torching and spotting. CA-KNF Devil Fire: 7,458 acres, timber, 18% contained. CA-MNF August Complex: 836,871 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 34% contained. Road closures in place. CA-KNF SLATER FIRE: 131,601 acres timber, 10% contained. Road, trail and area closures in effect. An area of low pressure moving through the Appalachians will bring moderate to heavy rainfall, strong to severe thunderstorms, and snow for much of the eastern U.S. through Tuesday. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command. Evacuation Orders for Tule Lake have been lifted. Area Command Team 1 (Reinarz) in command. 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 to critical wildlife habitat. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) is in command, California Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) assigned, CA-LMU Gold Fire: 21,870 acres grass and timber, 85% contained. Firefighters continue to secure lines. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. CA IMT-6 (Veik) in command. Large fires include: W-4 Fire, 100 acres, 0% contained, R-5 Fire, 120 acres, 0% contained. The Red Fire size is currently 2,070 acres and the Salmon Fire is 678 acres. Burn out operations continue on the Red Fire. Threats to Mt. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure , numerous historic sites and critical wildlife habitat, Eel River and Black Butte Wild and Scenic River corridors and Mad River municipal watershed, and to Black Rock Historic Lookout, Penny Glade and Martin Cabin. Crews continue to secure control lines. CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,264 acres grass, brush and timber, 91% contained. The Clairmont fires threat to the communities of Quincy, La Porte and Spring Garden has been greatly reduced. 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. Threats to Campgrounds and old FS Station. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders and warnings in effect. Active fire behavior observed today with running spotting and isolated torching. Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Minimal fire behavior reported. CA-SHU Point Fire: 225 acres grass and brush, 30% contained. There is a Red Flag Warning for the fire area. CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres, brush and timber, 92% contained. CA-ENF Point Fire: 99 acres, timber, 0% contained. Incident is NOT in Unified Command. Threat remains to cultural and historical sites. There remains a threat to private residents and infrastructure in the Red Cap Drainage. A Red Flag Warning issued for the fire area for gusty winds and low RH. CA-LNU Glass: 67,484 acres brush and timber, 86% contained. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 669 acres brush and timber, 0% contained. CA-KNF Slater: 155,096 acres, timber, 65% contained. Hand crews from Quebec Canada assigned.Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell). Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, to critical and endangered wildlife habitat and Class 1 Airshed. Road closures in the area. Continued structure threat and evacuation orders and warnings remain with repopulation occurring where safely possible. California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) will assume command on 8/13 at 0600, California Type 2 IMT, Team 14 (Strawhun), is in command. Structures remain threatened. North County Dispatch JPA; Cal Fire; San Diego Fire; Heartland Communications; San Diego Sheriff’s Department; California Highway Patrol; OES Websites. Hand crews from Quebec Canada assigned. Minimal interior fire behavior overnight and area, road and trail closures are in effect. Highway 44 is closed east of Susanville. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for gusty winds and low RH through Tuesday. All threats mitigated and crews continue to patrol and mop up. CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 60% contained. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area closed and area, road and trail closures are in effect. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, to powerlines, gas lines and hydroelectric plants, to critical emergency services, communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Threat remains for multiple communities and structures and evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect. CA-SHF Elkhorn: 255,309 acres grass, brush and timber, 27% contained. The threat to the Community of Tionesta also remains. CA-LNF Stump Fire: 684 acres, timber, 85% contained. Threats also continue for cultural and historic sites as well as The Trinity-Alps and Salmon Summit trails. California Type 1, Team 1 (McGowan) in brief at 1400. CA-MNF August Complex: 851,061 acres grass, brush and timber, 38% contained. CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell) managing West Zone, in unified command with Butte County Sheriff. NW Type 1, Team 2 (Allen) in command of South Zone. CAL FIRE IMT #4 (Russell) in unified command with USFS. Threat remains to structures with additional Evacuation Orders issued last night near the community of Ruth. Structures remain threatened with evacuation orders and warnings in effect. CA-SHU Zogg: 55,046 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 9% contained. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command. The fire is burning in the 2012 Goff fire burn scar, in steep and rugged terrain. The fire is burning in the Rush fire burn scar and is threatening Critical Sage Grouse habitat. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. RM Type 2, Team Black (Hagan) in command of North and South Zone. Red Flag Warning in effect for stong winds and low humidity. ncident is NOT in Unified Command. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Evacuation Orders remain for the Silver Hills area, Olema, Inverness and Sea Haven. CA Team 10 is providing command and general staff support to nearby Fox Fire. CA-SCU Crews Fire: 5400 acres of grass, 20% contained. A Red Flag Warning has been issued for gusty winds and low RH, Monday morning to Monday evening. Evacuation Orders remain in place. Moderate fire behavior today. Forward rate of spread is stopped. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-Northeast Zone today (10/4) at 0600. Fire is located on Willow Pass Ct. x Evora Rd, 3 miles Southwest of Concord. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Highway 36 and multiple County Roads are closed. Final report unless significate activity occurs. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Closures for County Roads 307, 308, 309, 313 and 306 with additional area and trail closures in effect. Structures threatened and evacuation orders for Forks of the Salmon are in effect. Bolivar lookout and associated communications site, and to commercial timberlands. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command of August-North Zone. CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 376,471 acres, grass and brush, 45% contained. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. There are multiple levels of evacuations remaining in effect for Oregon. Northern Rockies Type 1, Team 2 (Turman) in command. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, and 9 : North Ops Resources. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and threat remains for multiple communities. Unified command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell). Unsettled Weather in the East; Elevated Fire Weather Conditions for Southern California. It is burning with a rapid rate of spread and reported as making crown runs. Unified Command: California Type 1, Team 4 (Kurth) and CAL FIRE Team 4 (Russell), RM Type 2, Team Black assigned, in-brief 9/22, tentative plan to assume command from Team 4 (Kurth) on 9/24. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Crews continue mop up to establish full containment. CA-RNP Woodward Fire: 2,739 acres, grass and brush, 5% contained. Incident is NOT in Unified Command. CA-KNF Devil: 8,723 acres, timber, 32% contained. SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. General areas includes: Surprise Valley California, Western Lassen, Eastern Plumas, Eastern Sierra, and Eastern, Nevada Counties, Eastern Lassen County, Northern Sierra Front, and Far Southern Lassen Counties. Structures threatened with evacuation orders in effect for Denny and Mill Ranch. A Fire Weather Watch issued for gusty winds low RH has been issued for Wednesday-Friday. Structure threat remains with evacuations orders and warning in place. Evacuation Warning has been removed for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville, and Denny. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,885 acres timber, 60% contained. Highway 130 is closed as well as other road and trail closures in the area. Threats remain to private residents and infrastructure in Red Cap Drainage, cultural and historic sites, and to trail systems in the Trinity-Alps Wilderness. Burn out operations continue on the Red Fire, crews continue mop-up operation on the Salmon Fire. Crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. There is a continued threat to structures with Evacuation Orders and Warnings remaining in place. Power infrastructure is threatened, and repair is ongoing. Threats to private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, hydroelectric plants and communications infrastructure, to numerous historic and cultural sites and critical wildlife habitat. Area and trail closures are in effect. Continued structure threat and evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. Highway 70 remained closed. General areas include the eastern portions of the North Ops area and western areas of northwest Nevada.