CAL FIRE California Fire Summary Update 10/14/17

Oct 14, 2017

California Statewide Fire Summary

Saturday, October 14, 2017



Gusty winds increased early this morning forcing new evacuations and

sparking a new large wildfire in Lake County. Currently more than 10,000

firefighters are battling 16 large wildfires that in total have burned over

214,000 acres. Approximately 100,000 people have been evacuated from

the fires. These fires have been extremely destructive with 5,700

structures estimated to have been destroyed. While crews continue their

search for missing people, the death toll has risen to 35.



Red Flag Warnings remain in effect across Northern California due to

strong north winds, which have already increased fire activity. Those

winds are forecast through the day and expected to decrease by late

tonight. A Red Flag Warning is also in effect in Southern California through

the weekend.


Residents are urged to be prepared for wildfires now. Learn more by




Fires of Interest:


**CAL FIRE Incidents**



  • In unified command with Santa Rosa Fire Department & Sonoma County Sheriff
  • CAL FIRE Incident Management Team assigned
  • 19 civilian fatalities

Tubbs Fire, Sonoma and Napa Counties (more info…)

Between Calistoga and Santa Rosa

  • 35,270 acres, 44% contained
  • Significant number of structures destroyed

Pocket Fire, Sonoma County (more info…)

Pocket Ranch Rd and Ridge Ranch Rd, Geyserville

  • 10,996 acres, 5% contained


Nuns Fire, Sonoma County (more info…)

north and east of Glen Ellen, west of Napa

  • 46,104 acres, 10% contained
  • Yesterday the Partrick Fire and Pressley Fire merged into the Nuns Fire.



  • CAL FIRE Incident Management Team assigned

Atlas Fire, Napa & Solano Counties (more info…)

South of Lake Berryessa and northeast of Napa

  • 50,383 acres, 45% contained
  •  4 civilian fatalities
  • Significant structures destroyed


  • CAL FIRE Incident Management Team assigned

Redwood Valley, Mendocino County (more info…)

North of Hwy 20 in Potter Valley and Redwood Valley

  • 34,000 acres, 20% contained
  • 8 civilian fatalities
  • Significant structures destroyed


Sulphur Fire, Lake County (more info…)

Clearlake Oaks

  • 2,500 acres, 60% contained



WIND COMPLEX (4 fires)

  • CAL FIRE Incident Management Team assigned

Cascade Fire, Yuba County (more info…)

Loma Rica area

  • 9,961 acres, 81% contained 
  • 4 civilian fatalities 
  • Significant structure destroyed 

Lobo Fire, Nevada County (more info…)

Rough and Ready area

  • 821 acres, 93% contained
  • Multiple structures destroyed


McCourtney Fire, Nevada County (more info…) FINAL

southwest of Grass Valley

  • 76 acres, 100% contained

LaPorte Fire, Butte County (more info…)

Bangor area

  • 6,144 acres, 77% contained




Cherokee Fire, Butte County (more info…)

North of Oroville

  • 8,417 acres, 70% contained


Honey Fire, Butte County (more info…)

Southwest of Paradise

  • 150 acres, 80% contained


Silver Fire, Fresno County

Northwest of Squaw Valley

  • 58 acres, 95% contained


Long Fire, Lake County NEW

Hwy 20 & Long Valley Rd, 5 east of Clearlake Oaks

  • 100 acres


Lynch Fire, San Luis Obispo County NEW

North of Lake Nacimiento

  • 58 acres, 45% contained


Loma Fire, San Diego County NEW

Camp Pendleton

  • 80 acres, 80% contained


**Unified Command Incidents**

Canyon 2 Fire, Orange County (more info…)

Hwy 91 & Gypsum Canyon Rd, Anaheim City

  • 9,217 acres, 75% contained
  • Unified command with CAL FIRE, Orange County, Anaheim and City of Orange


**Federal Incidents**

Ice FireEl Dorado County (more info…) FINAL

13 miles east of Camino

US Forest Service – El Dorado National Forest

  • 29 acres, 100% contained