Smoke is impacting a Class 1 Airshed. Evacuation Orders and Warnings in place. Structures are threatened with Evacuation Orders and Warnings in effect. Canyon/Reservoir fires 393,520 acres, 82% contained. Crews continue to strengthen control lines and mop up. Threats to Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications Infrastructure, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. CA Type 2, Team 11 (Fogle) in command. Bolivar lookout and associated communications site, and to commercial timberlands remain. Link. CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,641 acres brush and timber, 75% contained. Evacuation orders and warnings in effect and repopulation is occurring in areas where safe to do so. Union Pacific Railroad is shut down. Fire continues to hold west of Plummer Creek. CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres, brush and timber, 85% contained. California Type 2, Team 10 (Dalrymple) in command. There are threats to structures. Threat to Transmission Lines and High Pressure Gas lines, private timberlands, to significant historical and Cultural areas, and Critical Sage Grouse Habitat remains. All fires within the complex reported minimal fire activity overnight. Structures remain threatened and evacuation orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. Large fires include: Potters Fire (previously 5-4) 600 acres, 0% contained, 2-24 Fire, 330 acres, 0% contained. Threats to the Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and to critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 142,989 acres brush and timber, 63% contained. Repopulation continues in Happy Camp, and to where it is safely possible. CA-NOD S-4 Fire: 1,802 acres grass, brush, and timber 65%. Fire is located in the Trinity Alps Wilderness, 13 miles north of Denny. Area and trail closures are in effect. Damage inspection has been completed and all threats are mitigated. Red Flag Warning for the fire area. Red fire is 6,155 acres, The Salmon Fire is 761 acres, Califoria Type 1 IMT, Team 4 (Kurth) will inbrief tomorrow at 1300 hrs. Continued fire spread to the west will threaten the community of Hoopa. Please see the link for further details. CAL FIRE: Units place order to the GACC and GACC can go direct to San Diego Co. Federal: Units place order to the GACC. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. CA-MNF August Complex: 1,032,649 acres grass, brush and timber, 93% contained. A Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low relative humidity for today through Friday (10/16). 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. Red fire is 3,530 acres, The Salmon Fire is 748 acres, California Type 2 IMT, Team 14 (Strawhun), is in command. CA-BTU Avocado Fire: 136 acres grass and brush, 90% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed. Minimal fire behavior overnight with creeping, backing and smoldering. CA-MDF July Complex: 81,718 acres grass and timber, 50% contained. Highway 130 is closed with road and trail closures in the area. PNW Type 1, Team 2 (Allan) managing the August- Northwest Zone. Incident is NOT in Unified Command. Threats to major power transmission lines and to critical communications infrastructure. Incident is NOT in Unified Command. Last report unless significant activity occurs. The National Weather Service-Medford has issued a Red Flag Warning For a large portion of Modoc County in effect from 1400 Friday to 2000 Friday for gusty winds and low humidity. All other fires are reported to be under 5 acres. Active fire behavior moderating after midnight. Request to Implement Prescribed Burns During CALFIRE and GACC North Ops Burn Suspension . CA-MNF August Complex 1,032,264 acres grass, brush and timber, 86% contained. Threats to scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. CA-SRF Red Salmon: 130,154 acres, brush and timber, 33% contained. Exact timing of events varies on locations. Moderate fire behavior observed today with flanking and backing. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. is in command of August-South Zone. CA-KNF Devil Fire: 8,406 acres timber, 18% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. GB Type 1, Team 1 (Kuo) is managing the August- Northwest and Northeast Zones, SW Type 1, Team 1 (Sinclair) is managing August-South Zone. Bolivar lookout and associated communications site, and to commercial timberlands. Evacuation warning remains for Forks of the Salmon, Cecilville and Denny with a continued threat to community of Hoopa and tribal lands. CA-MNF August Complex: 809,135 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Fire activity was minimal overnight. Red Flag Warning issued for dry lightning starting today. CA-KNF Little Soda Fire: 53 acres brush, 80% contained. Naturally occurring asbestos poses a threat to firefighter safety. Most of the fire’s growth was on East side of fire. Repopulation is occurring in areas where safe to do so. Active Fire behavior reported with an evacuation Warning issued for Olema and Bolinas. CA-NEU Jones Fire:705 acres brush and timber, 50% contained. Repopulation plan being implemented for limited areas. CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 144,139 acres brush and timber, 78% contained. CA-SHU Zogg: 55,046 acres, grass, brush, and timber, 9% contained. Road, area, and trail closures are in effect. CA-NEU Jones Fire: 705 acres, brush and timber, 92% contained. Minimal fire activity reported today. Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Threats to protected and endangered species habitat, and to Iverson Park, Silver Hills and Drakes View water supply. Type 3 Org. 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. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Power infrastructure repair is ongoing. Threat to communities of Nevada City and Grass Valley. CA-KNF Devil Fire: 6,907 acres timber, 0% contained. The Red Flag Warning remains in place for possible dry lighting which may cause additional new fire starts. Tentative transfer to local Type 3 Org. Highway 130 is closed, including many local roads and trails. Fire behavior was active today due to increased southwest wind and low humidity. CA-SCU Lightning Complex: 102,000 acres, grass and brush, 5% contained. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Structures are currently threatened with evacuations in progress. Fire is located at West Anderson Drive and Davidson Lane, 2 miles southwest of Anderson. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area are closed. CAL FIRE IMT 2 (Kavanaugh) is in command. The National Weather Service has issued several Red Flag Warnings and Fire Weather Watches within large portions of the North Ops area for strong winds accompanied by low relative humidity. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communications infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. There is a Red Flag Warning in effect for gusty winds and low RH. Critical Sage Grouse habitat threatened. Hwy 70 opened with no restrictions. Hwy 36 remains closed and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Link, The National Weather Service Eureka and San Fransisco has issued a Red Flag Warning starting at 11 PM this evening for gusty offshore, north to northeast winds accompanied by low relative humidity. CA-MNF August Complex: 878,470 acres, grass, brush and timber, 45% contained. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command. CA-KNF Slater Fire: 153,850 acres timber, 27% contained. In brief tomorrow at 1100. CA-SHF Elkhorn: 255,309 acres grass, brush and timber, 27% contained. Fire burned actively overnight. Minimal fire behavior. CA-LMU Hog Fire: 9,564 acres Timber, 85% contained. Threats to scattered residences, historic and culturally significant sites, and to critical and endangered wildlife habitat. CA-SCU Willow Fire: 20 acres, grass and oak woodland, 0% contained. Moderate fire behavior today with the primary spread to the north and west. Forward spread of the fire has been stopped. Planned transition of North Zones back to the local units is scheduled for 10/26. CA-MNF August Complex: 846,812 acres grass, brush and timber, 28% contained. CA-PNF North Complex 1,481 acres grass, brush and timber 5% contained. CA-SCU Deer Zone Fires: 1,450 acres grass and brush, 0%. CA-HUU Redwood: 102 acres, grass and timber, 100% contained. Oregon Caves National Monument remains closed. Crews continue to strengthen control lines. CA-SKU Badger Fire: 450 acres brush and timber, 15% contained. Evacuation Orders and Warnings remain in effect for multiple areas. Lava Beds National Monument Visitor Center remains closed. Red Flag Warning today for gusty winds and low humidity. CA-SHF Flat Fire: 62 acres, grass and brush, 85 % contained. CAL FIRE IMT #4 (Russell) in unified command with USFS. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in place. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) in command of August North Zone. NV-CCD North Fire: 6,600 acres grass and brush, 10% contained. Bolivar lookout and associated communication sites are threatened. Threats to Campgrounds and old FS Station. Structures threatened with an evacuation advisory for Fork of Salmon. CA-MNF August Complex: 287,106 acres grass, brush and timber, 23% contained. There are threats to the Hoopa Tribal land and community, Federal and Tribal timberlands, historic and culturally significant sites, communications infrastructure, critical and endangered wildlife habitat, and a Class 1 Airshed. Repopulation continues with no new Evacuation Orders or Warnings issued. This is a Local Fairfield City Fire Department fire. Marine layer reduced fire activity on the west side of the fire BUT remained active on the east side. Rain on 9/23 has slowed fire activity. CA-PNF Adams: 500 acres grass and brush, 0% contained. General areas includes: Surprise Valley California, Western Lassen, Eastern Plumas, Eastern Sierra, and Eastern, Nevada Counties, Greater Lake Tahoe Area, Eastern Lassen County, Northern Sierra Front, and Far Southern Lassen Counties. CA-NOD S-4 Fire: 500 acres, grass, brush, and timber 0%. CA-SRF Red Salmon Complex: 143,180 acres, brush and timber, 65% contained. Threats exist to multiple communities. CA-LMU Hog Fire: 9,000 acres timber, 7% contained. State Route 162 and multiple roads in the area are closed. Threats to Karuk tribe ancestral lands and cultural sites, Oregon Caves National Monument and multiple historic sites, and critical wildlife and fisheries habitat. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Minimal fire behavior observed today. No fire growth over several days. Fire behavior remained active. Map. The National Weather Service has issued a Fire Weather Watch for a large portion of the North Ops Area for gusty winds and low humidity. Atlanta-NIMO Team (Quesinberry) in command and Type 2 Team (Coots) assigned to August-South Zone. Structures threatened with mandatory evacuation orders issued for Seiad Valley. Power infrastructure is threatened, and repair is ongoing. Red Flag Warning for gusty winds and low humidity. CA-SHU Point Fire: 275 acres grass and brush, 90% 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. Evacuation Order in effect for Miller Ranch. Minimal fire activity reported overnight. Structures are threatened. Evacuation warnings are in progress with a current threat to high voltage powerlines. A Fire Weather Watch has been issue from Monday evening to Wednesday morning for gusty winds and low RH. Link. AK Type 1, Team 1 (McDonald) managing the August-Northeast Zone CAL FIRE Type 1, Team 5 (Parkes) in command of August-West Zone. Transfer to a Type 3 management organizaion is planned for 10/29. Threats to critical infrastructure including educational institutions, Bell Canyon Reservoir, Saint Helena water treatment, Santa Rosa water supply facilities, Sonoma Valley water pumping stations, major power transmission lines, natural gas pipeline, CAL FIRE and medical facilities, numerous schools and Pacific Union College, multiple private vineyards, and to critical wildlife habitat. CA-LNU Hennessey Fire: 750 acres brush, 0% contained. CA Type 2, Team 12 (Nobles) in command. Threats to power and water facilities, recreational sites, historic sites, critical wildlife habitat, and to private timberlands. CA-SHU Zogg: 50,102 acres, grass brush and timber, 0% contained. Minimal fire behavior observed overnight. Evacuation orders and warnings remain in effect for multiple areas and a threat remains for multiple communities. Active fire behavior observed today. Please see the following link for area-specific details. CA-LNF Stump Fire: 684 acres, timber, 90% contained. CA-SRF Red Salmon: 129,191 acres, brush and timber, 31% contained. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. CA-KNF Devil Fire: 7,144 acres timber, 18% contained. The Gillem fire has been incorporated into the Caldwell fire. Forward spread of the fire is stopped. Link. There are threats to multiple communities, private and Federal Timberlands and ranchlands, powerlines, gas lines, and hydroelectric plants, critical emergency services communication infrastructure, numerous historic and cultural sites, and critical wildlife habitats. CA-PNF Sheep Fire: 27,411 acres, grass, brush and timber, 3% contained. Fireing operations are continuing with favorable weather conditions. Road, trail and area closures are in effect. Fire behavior is increasing in interior pockets of unburned fuel. Road, area, and trail closures in effect. Suppression repair is on-going. CA Type 2, Team 14 (Strawhun) in command. Minimal fire behavior overnight. Crews from British Columbia, Canada assigned. Please see link for area specific details.Link. Please see the following link for area-specific details. Hwy 36 is open with restricted hours and pilot car escort and road, area and trail closures are in effect. Highway 139 is closed. Road, area and trail closures are in effect. Area and trail closures are in effect. CA-CZU August Lightning Fires: 7,500 acres, brush and timber, 0% contained. Hotshot crew “Hotshot” crews because they worked on the hottest part of wildfires. CA-MNF August Complex: 738,323 acres grass, brush and timber, 30% contained. Tentative transfer to local Type 3 Org. Point Reyes National Park is closed west of Hwy 1. Evacuation Orders remain for Indian Creek and Thompson Creek. The National Weather Service has issued a Fire Weather Watch for Western Siskiyou County area for Thursday afternoon – Friday afternoon. Hand crews from Quebec Canada are assigned. Continued threat to structures with evacuation orders and warnings remaining in place.