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|Sherpa Fire||Wildfire||Los Padres National Forest||Active||7,811||2 hrs. ago|
|Pony Fire||Wildfire||Klamath National Forest||Active||2,855||2 hrs. ago|
|Goliath Prescribed Burn||Prescribed Fire||Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks||Active||760||2 days ago|
|Klamath National Forest Lightning Fires||Wildfire||Klamath National Forest||Active||6||2 days ago|
|Shf Lightning 6/6/2016||Wildfire||Shasta – Trinity National Forest||Active||0||2 days ago|
|Ash Fire||Wildfire||Inyo National Forest||Active||0||3 days ago|
|Coleman Fire||Wildfire||Los Padres National Forest||Active||2,520||6 days ago|
|Wheatland||Wildfire||Angeles National Forest||Active||156||6/2/2016|
|Shasta-Trinity NF Rx Fire||Prescribed Fire||Shasta – Trinity National Forest||Active||0||4/19/2016|
Pony Fire Morning Update: June 19
Incident: Pony Fire Wildfire
Released: 11 hrs. ago
Pony Fire Update: Sunday, June 19, 2016
Happy Camp, CA The Pony Fire is burning on the Klamath National Forest, about 15 miles southwest of Happy Camp and west of Highway 96. The fire is now 2,855 acres and 55 percent contained.
After a period of cool and wet weather, a warming trend began Saturday that will bring at least two more days of summer-like temperatures to the fire area. The hot, dry spell is not predicted to last, with more unsettled conditions possible later in the week.
Five hotshot crews hiked into the fire area Saturday morning from Highway 96 to continue work on direct containment lines on the east and south perimeters. After staying overnight in spike camps near the line, the crews are expected to finish remaining sections of line today from Swillup Creek south to Elliott Creek and westward from Elliott Creek today.
On the eastern and southern containment lines, crews continue monitoring and holding the fire in the Swillup Creek drainage. Crews are using Swillup Creek as a direct containment line to prevent the fire from moving toward homes along Highway 96.
Fire managers are closely watching the slop-over into the steep and rugged Dillon Creek drainage on the west flank at Pony Peak. The steep terrain and the threat of falling snags from the 2001 Swillup Fire make the area too dangerous to insert firefighters.
On the northern perimeter, crews will patrol and improve the direct line, from the ridge line of Pony Peak to Swillup Creek, which is blocking fire growth northward and protecting the Crawford Vegetation Management Project, a 1,600-acre forest health and fuels reduction project.
With planned work on containment lines nearing completion, Northern California Incident Management Team 2 is slated to transition fire operations to a smaller Type 3 team on Wednesday morning.
No smoke is visible on the Dillon Fire, located west of the Pony Fire. The fire is controlled and crews continue to monitor it.
For public and firefighter safety, a temporary closure order has been issued for lands within and adjacent to the Pony fire. The closed area includes National Forest land west of Highway 96, north of the Ukonom Ranger District boundary, east of Siskiyou Wilderness, and south of a line defined along Crawford Creek, Forest Road 15N19, and Bear Creek/Kelsey Trail. Dillon Creek Campground remains open.
More information and maps of the closure area are available on Inciweb athttp://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/4769/
U.S. Forest Service
1711 S. Main Street
Yreka, CA 96097
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The significant “Sundowner winds” did not surface over the active portions of the fire last night. Crews took advantage of the weather and continued with direct line construction.
Today firefighters will continue to work on building and reinforcing containment lines along the North and East sides of the fire, and along Highway 101. Crews will continue with contingency lines on the East side of the fire.
Traffic conditions along Highway 101 is under continuous evaluation by fire managers and the California Highway Patrol. Highway 101 is currently open, however if fire activity increases with anticipated high heat, low humidity and sundowner winds, then the highway may close again if the fire is determined to be a hazard to motorist. The National Weather Service has issued aExcessive Heat Warning for Santa Barbara County, including the Sherpa Fire Area
The communities surrounding the Sherpa Fire can expect to see smoke throughout the day, which will increase through the afternoon and evening hours. Outdoor activities should be planned for times when smoke levels are low.
Mandatory Evacuation orders: remain in effect for Refugio Canyon, Venadito Canyon, Las Flores Canyon, El Capitan Canyon, El Capitan State Beach, El Capitan Ranch, and Canada de la Destiladera; and the area east of the Refugio burn area up to Calle Lippizana, near the equestrian center. ·
Evacuation Warning: is in place for the areas east of El Capitan Canyon to Farren Road; Las Llagas Canyon, Gato Canyon, Las Varas Canyon, Dos Pueblos Canyon, and Eagle Canyon · Fire department overnight priorities: 60 homes in Refugio Canyon, 80 homes in El Cap Ranch, Circle Bar B & “the Narrows”
The Santa Barbara Red Cross has activated an evacuation shelter for those effected by the Sherpa Fire. which is located at the Wake Center within the Santa Barbara City College, 300 N. Turnpike Road in the city of Santa Barbara.
Individuals with pets and livestock may contact Animal Service at 805-681-4332
Resources assigned to the fire include 2,016 people, 130 engines, 10 water tenders, 62 hand crews, 6 dozers, 6 helicopters, and 5 air tankers including the DC-10.
|Current as of||6/19/2016, 5:45:25 PM|
|Date of Origin||Wednesday June 15th, 2016 approx. 03:15 PM|
|Location||11 miles north of Goleta, Camino Cielo Ridge.|
|Incident Commander||IC Opliger, Vangerwen, Wiley|
|Incident Description||The Fire Is Being Managed Under Unified Command By The Us Forest Service, Cal Fire, And Santa Barbara County Fire Department.|
|Percent of Perimeter Contained||45%|
|Estimated Containment Date||Thursday June 23rd, 2016 approx. 12:00 AM|
|Fuels Involved||Chaparral, tall grass and brush.|
|Significant Events||Crews continue to make good progress in securing the west flank. Fire continues to move up Corral Canyon and on Santa Ynez Peak to the east. Moderate down slope runs are observed in conjunction with Sundowner winds. Fire continues to flank to the northeast.|
|Planned Actions||Continue direct fire-line construction where safe, continue to construct indirect fire line and contingency lines on the eastern portion of the fire.|
|Projected Incident Activity||Continue to build direct line where possible. Construct indirect line to the east along El Camino Cielo Ridge.|
|Remarks||Fire ownership by acres: State Responsibility Lands=4549; Forest Responsibility Area=3261.
The fire is being managed under Unified Command by the US Forest Service, Cal Fire, and Santa Barbara County Fire Department.
The fire has exhibited extremely fast downhill runs during evening and overnight hours due to downslope Sundowner winds. Sundowner conditions are expected to persist through Sunday. Once weather conditions become more favorable the probability of containment of the east flank will improve. Crews successfully protected residential property in the El Capitan Canyon area, and El Capitan State Park and the Highway 101 corridor.
|Weather Concerns||“Red Flag” conditions are in effect from 3 PM today (6/19) through Tuesday (6/21). Sundowner winds are expected to begin this afternoon; creating a period of critical fire weather.|
U.S. Forest Service
6750 Navigator Way
Goleta, CA 93117
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