CALFIRE Statewide Fire Summary - updated 10/13/17

Oct 13, 2017

California Statewide Fire Summary

Friday, October 13, 2017

Overnight firefighters continued their battle against 17 wildfires that have

burned 221,754 acres. Several of the wildfires merged with other fires, while

full containment was made on three other.

While several of the fires experienced winds overnight they were relatively

light, but a Red Flag Warning has been issued for later tonight when winds are

expected to increase again. Tonight the winds are forecast to be stronger that

experienced Thursday with gusts up to 45mh.

The death toll has risen to 31 across 4 fires as estimates remain that 3,500

homes and other structures have been destroyed. Hundreds of additional fire

engines and firefighters have begun to arrive from several other states, not

only to help relieve crews on the frontlines, but to be ready for the possibility

of new wildfires that may ignite during the Red Flag Warnings.

With wildfire risk high, residents are urged to remain prepared for wildfires.

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Fires of Interest:

**CAL FIRE Incidents**


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

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

Between Calistoga and Santa Rosa

  • 34,770 acres, 25% contained
  • Significant number of structures destroyed

Pocket Fire, Sonoma County (more info…)

Pocket Ranch Rd and Ridge Ranch Rd, Geyserville

  • 9,996 acres, 5% contained

Nuns Fire, Sonoma County (more info…)

north and west of Glen Ellen

  • 44,381 acres, 5% contained
  • Overnight the Adobe Fire merged with the Nuns Fire, which also includes the previous Norrbom Fire.

Pressley Fire, Sonoma County

East of Rohnert Park

  • 473 acres, 10% contained


  • CAL FIRE Incident Management Team assigned

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

South of Lake Berryessa and northeast of Napa

  • 48,228 acres, 27% contained
  • 2 civilian fatalities
  • Significant structures destroyed

Partrick Fire, Napa County (more info…)

west of Napa

  • 12,379 acres, 18% contained


  • 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, 10% contained
  • 8 civilian fatalities
  • Significant structures destroyed

Sulphur Fire, Lake County (more info…)

Clearlake Oaks

  • 2,500 acres, 55% contained

WIND COMPLEX (4 fires)

  • CAL FIRE Incident Management Team assigned

Cascade Fire, Yuba County (more info…)

Loma Rica area

  • 10,120 acres, 55% contained 
  • 4 civilian fatalities  
  • Significant structure destroyed 

Lobo Fire, Nevada County (more info…)

Rough and Ready area

  • 829 acres, 52% contained
  • Multiple structures destroyed

McCourtney Fire, Nevada County (more info…)

Southwest of Grass Valley

  • 76 acres, 89% contained

LaPorte Fire, Butte County (more info…)

Bangor area

  • 6,139 acres, 45% 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, 75% contained

Silver Fire, Fresno County

Northwest of Squaw Valley

  • 58 acres, 80% contained

Quarry Fire, Kern County NEW / FINAL

5 miles southeast of Arvin

  • 183 acres, 100% contained

Point Fire, Calaveras County (more info…)  FINAL

Hwy 26 & Higdon Rd., West Point

  • 130 acres, 100% contained

37 Fire, Sonoma County FINAL

Hwy 37 & Lakeville Highway near Skaggs Island

  • 1,660 acres, 100% contained

**Unified Command Incidents**

Canyon 2 Fire, Orange County (more info…)

Hwy 91 & Gypsum Canyon Rd, Anaheim City

  • 9,217 acres, 65% contained
  • Unified command with CAL FIRE, Orange County, Anaheim and City of Orange

**Federal Incidents**

Ice FireEl Dorado County (more info…)

13 miles east of Camino

US Forest Service – El Dorado National Forest

  • 29 acres, 95% contained