•October 25, 2014 • 29 Comments
The Big Sur blog that has been covering fires, the weather, road conditions, and other events since 2008. Voted Best Blog of Monterey County in 2014. Send your news and photos, and we will do our best to post them. send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
HEADER PHOTO…is by Dan Danbom. Thanks, Dan.
Remember, for entries, it is 760×151 pixels.
•July 1, 2015 • 2 Comments
Rain may help, but there are strike downs on the eastern portion of the Santa Lucias. A fire started in Lockwood. Keep an eye out, and call it in. Could easily cause a wildfire … Somewhere … And resources could be spread thin.
PAY ATTENTION, PLEASE!
•June 30, 2015 • 4 Comments
7/1 6:30 am update – fire kept to 4/10ths of an acre per LPF. Good job, everyone! Big Sur thanks you!
7:30 Nepenthes weather cam available here: Weather cam
06/30/2015 18:16 LPF-1837
Stoneridge Wildfire 48603 Hwy 1 near the Henry Miller Library and Nepenthe . BC12LPF DIV1LPF E15PNF E17LPF E18LPF PAT18LPF Q . . . 36.224 x 121.753
7:00 Confirmed. BSVFB and Cal Fire on site. Another report says LPF is also on site. Reports are 2 acres.
Photo from Stone Ridge by Joyce Duffy.
6:30 pm Just came in 15 mins ago. Have not been able to confirm. RP says Cal Fire on scene. Note: this is not showing up on CHP or WildCAD.
Also CHP reports brush fire on SB 41 and car fire in SLO. Bound to happen with these temps.
•June 30, 2015 • 1 Comment
Lots of smoke across the 101 freeway causing visibility issues. Currently 20-30 acres. Cal Fire on scene.
•June 30, 2015 • 1 Comment
I missed Friday, yet again, but in keeping an eye on the Mesa Fire, I saw this incredible shot. It is by the Santa Barbara Fire Department Public Information Office. The Engineer depicted is Cesar Martinez. All I can say is … WOW!
•June 29, 2015 • Leave a Comment
3:30 pm – 200 acres being reported from several sources. Local KSBY weatherman reporting winds of 20 mph in fire area.
3:00 pm – Firefighters in Santa Barbara County are battling a 50-acre vegetation fire off of Burton Mesa Boulevard near La Purisima Mission just north of Lompoc.
Fire officials say the fire is spreading toward Cebada Canyon. Evacuations are in progress for people there. The mission has also been evacuated.
It was reported at 50 acres with the potential to get much larger. I am gathering additional information and will post as it becomes available.
•June 26, 2015 • 1 Comment
06/27/2015 10:42 LPF-1774
ILLEGAL CAMPFIRE Wildfire 2 MI EAST NACIMENTO RD . . . . . 35.991 x 121.494
Yet another abandoned campfire. PLEASE people! This is an example of why some of us lose our patience with some tourists.
06/26/2015 17:07 LPF-1762
New Wildfire PREWITT RDG & CG M . . . . . 35.971 x 121.451
•June 26, 2015 • 2 Comments
From my SLO Weatherperson, “Asthe ridge remains entrenched, subtropical moisture will be transported northward over most of California on Sunday into Tuesday with increasing mid to high-level clouds and a potential for rain showers and thunderstorms. It will feel muggy in the inland areas, however, increasing northwesterly winds on Sunday afternoon into Tuesday will keep the beaches and coastal valleys cooler.
The ridge will move off to the northwest late next week for gradually cooler temperatures over the 4th of July weekend.