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Red Flag Warnings Issued Throughout California Due to Critical Fire Weather

CALIFORNIA – Oct. 22, 2020 – The National Weather Service has issued several Red Flag Warnings due to critical fire weather up and down the state. Despite Red Flag Warning conditions, firefighters were able to contain several wildfires, including the destructive Glass Fire in Napa and Sonoma Counties. Learn more about these warnings in this short video: https://youtu.be/ImAGkPaiPM8. Today there ...

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California Fire Updates

CALIFORNIA – Oct. 20,2020 – Over 7,000 firefighters remain on the frontlines today of 22 wildfires across the state, 12 of which remain major incidents. Yesterday, firefighters responded to 31 new initial attack wildfires across the State. A Red Flag Warning has been issued by the National Weather Service due to critical fire weather. This warning is in effect through ...

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Visit Yosemite Madera County

10.19.20 Daily Conditions Report          Weather Report10.19.20 Curry Village is closing October 20th. Sierra National Forest (SNF) updated their Forest Closure Order effective October 17th through November 1st.  The simple overview is that the area immediately around Bass Lake and to the northwest in the Bass Lake Ranger District is now open.  Trails such as Willow Creek, ...

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Creek Fire Has Eclipsed 350,000 Acres

A virtual public meeting will be held tonight at 7:00 PM on the Sierra National Forest Facebook page. North Fork – Oct. 19,2020 –  The Creek Fire which is the largest single fire incident in the state of California has now burned 350,331 acres with 61% containment and full containment not expected until late October. It has destroyed 856 structures ...

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Firefighters Respond to 47 New Wildfires Throughout California

CALIFORNIA – Oct. 19,  2020 – Firefighters responded to 47 new initial attack wildfires yesterday, including two fires that continue to burn in El Dorado County and Monterey County. More than 7,400 firefighters remain on the frontlines today of 22 wildfires across the state, 12 of which remain major incidents. Links below to all major incidents. Elevated fire threat continues ...

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California Fire Updates

CALIFORNIA – Oct. 17, 2020 – Today Over 8,000 firefighters remain on the frontlines of 20 wildfires across the state, 12 of which remain major incidents.  Yesterday, firefighters across the State responded to 38 new wildfires, and despite Red Flag Warning conditions in many areas, all were quickly contained. A Red Flag Warning for critical fire weather continues today in ...

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California Fire Updates: Nearly 9,000 Firefighters Remain on the Frontlines

CALIFORNIA – Oct. 15, 2020 – Today Nearly 9,000 firefighters remain on the frontlines of 21 wildfires across the state, 12 of which remain major incidents.  Late last night, a new fire erupted near Redlands in San Bernardino County quickly growing to 100 acres. In addition, firefighters across the State responded to 26 new wildfires that were quickly contained. A ...

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Visit Yosemite Madera County

10.15.20 Daily Conditions Report    CALIFORNIA ROAD CONDITIONS 10.15.20    Weather Report20201015 For current and upcoming local events, please visit our website at:  https://www.yosemitethisyear.com/whats-happening Great news from Yosemite:  MARIPOSA GROVE is OPEN!!! Parking is available (until full) at the Mariposa Grove Welcome Plaza. There are approximately 300 parking spaces and it may fill by mid-morning. Access to Mariposa Grove is ...

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Bass Lake Ranger District and the Madera County Sheriff’s Office Offer a Second Re-entry Trip for Arnold Meadow Beasore Meadow Central Camp Communities

NORTH FORK – Oct. 14, 2020 – The USFS-Sierra National Forest and Madera County Sheriff’s Office are coordinating a second Re-Entry trip for Arnold Meadows and Beasore Meadows as well as a Re-entry trip for the Central Camp Communities in order for community members to collect belongings and/or winterize their cabins. Escorted access for the following areas within the Sierra ...

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