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Nearly 14,000 firefighters are battling 10 large fires across California.

In Northern California, relatively cool, moist conditions will linger through Thursday. High pressure will take over the weather pattern Friday with much warmer and drier weather quickly returning for the weekend.

In Southern California, temperatures will warm today by a couple of degrees but most areas will still remain below normal. It will continue to be windy across the mountains and deserts on Wednesday. A broad trough will linger across the region during the latter part of the work week with daytime highs expected to warm by a few degrees each day.


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CAL FIRE recommends that all residents be prepared for wildfire by remembering “Ready, Set, Go!” Learn how to create a family communication plan and emergency supply kit at www.ReadyForWildfire.org.

This year’s fire season has been a record setting year; not only with the number of fires, but the size and destruction. The Valley Fire and Butte Fire are now the 9th and 14th most destructive wildfires in California. . The Rough Fire in Fresno County is now the 16th largest wildfire in California’s recorded history.

CAL FIRE Incidents

Valley Fire, Lake County 
Across southern Lake County
* 70,000 acres – 30% contained
* Evacuations remain in effect
* 9,000 structures threatened
* An estimated 585 residences and hundreds of other structures destroyed by the fire

Butte Fire, Amador & Calaveras Counties 
East of Jackson
* 71,780 acres – 45% contained
* Evacuations remain in effect
* 6,400 structures threatened
Lumpkin Fire, Butte County
Robinson Mill area
*900 acres – 40% contained
* Evacuations remain in effect
Antelope Fire, Kern County
Kern County Fire
South of Tehachapi
*45 acres – 100% contained
Oak Fire, Tuolumne County
Northeast of Sonora
* 108 acres – 98% contained

Federal Incidents

Rough Fire, Fresno County
US Forest Service – Sierra & Sequoia National Forests
2 miles north of the Kings Wild and Scenic River
*140,760 acres – 67% contained
* CAL FIRE continues to
 Tenaya Fire, Mariposa County 
US Park Service – Yosemite National Park
North rim of Yosemite Valley, east of Yosemite Falls
*415 acres – 100% contained
 South Complex, Trinity County 
US Forest Service – Shasta-Trinity National Forest
Near Hyampom, south of Hwy 299
*29,416 acres – 89% contained
 Fork Complex, Trinity County 
US Forest Service – Shasta-Trinity National Forest
South of Hyampom
*36,499 acres – 97% contained

River Complex, Trinity County 
US Forest Service – Shasta-Trinity National Forest
New River Drainage, near Denny
*77,074 acres – 48% contained
 Nickowitz Fire, Del Norte County
U.S. Forest Service – Six Rivers National Forest
*7,509 acres – 80% contained
 Gasquet Complex, Del Norte County
U.S. Forest Service – Six Rivers National Forest
on the Gasquet Ranger District
*30,368 acres – 45% containment

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