CA-MMU-Briceburg??

#21

AA51 enroute.

#22

It’s showing well from the Owens mountain camera just northeast of me.

http://www.alertwildfire.org/sierra/

#23

in ROSS for the AM - 2 S/T type 3s, 4 S/T dozers, 6 S/T of crews, various water tenders, overhead, etc. I’m sure that list will grow…

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#25

Dry air mass is coming

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#26

So this is an SRA Fire?

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#27

Based on visual observation
( armchair quarterback)… The main fire laid down…aka parked… The “spot” is off on walk-about…that began around 2042 hrs.

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#28

Yes, state DPA

#29

Sierra has been contacted about possibly going unified command tomorrow if they don’t catch it.

Areas most recent fire history.

#30

Plenty of dozer line’s they can open back up if necessary.

#31

Per AA51 134 acres.

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#32

AA51 released as of 2315L. Requested back on station at 0430L.

#33

SLU is sending ST 9347L

#34

At 0510L AA51 advising 259 acres total. IC advising high probability of growth.

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#35

On order or enroute this morning: 6 S/T charlies, 9 S/T golfs, 2 IHC’s, 3 S/T limas, 1 AA, 2 AT, various overhead

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#36

I/A thread started.

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#37

9310C. Enroute from RRU

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#38

Santa Barbara County Fire Dept. (SBC) 9322 Charlie is on scene and SBC crew 1-2 dispatched this morning .

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#39

Looking at the cameras (Edith Hill and Bullion) it broke through the inversion…

#40

With the weather coming in, getting windy, the inversion layer took awhile to break, hopefully that helped them. I have family in CalFire en route. That’s the same area we worked the Motor Fire and Telegraph Fire. Should be plenty to work with.

#41

That right hand column should be bumping on a fuel break made several years ago. There are two homes up on that ridge.

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