Soberanes Fire, Day 30, 8/20/16 – Maps & Links

To give you an idea of where the Soberanes Fire is burning, we’ve included maps that are updated daily. These maps are provided by Cal Fire/US Forest Service.

The latest Heat Perimeter was detected yesterday at 10:49 pm. Growth last period: 2,434 Acres. All of the perimeter growth occurred in the Southeaster and the South. Note: The Heat Perimeter is not current on any other Official Map.

We’ve also included various links that you may find useful. Note: The Weather Forecast and Fire Behavior Forecast were not provided today as of 7:15 am. Operation Maps are now located in the CalFire/US Forest Service Links below. Additional Links have been moved to the end of the post. Some links may open large PDF documents.

Please see Local Reports for the current fire discussion.

Infrared Topo: IR_Topo0002Infrared Ortho: IR_Ortho0001

Infrared heat detection and Satellite heat detection overlayed onto Google Earth (provided by John Chesnut)imageBriefing Map: BAM0003.jpg

Cal Fire/ US Forest Service Links:

INCIDENT PLAN (not current) Complete Incident Plan as of 8/19/16. Note: PDF may take awhile to download

Ops_North Operations Map North as of 8/20/16

Ops_South Operations Map South as of 8/20/16

IAP MAP CARMEL Dozer Carmel as of 8/20/16

IAP MAP SECO Dozer Seco as of 8/20/16

IAP MAP SUR Dozer Sur as of 8/20/16

Public Information Map as of 8/20/16

Progression Map (not current) as of 8/19/16

Air Operations Map as of 8/20/16

Additional Links:

Xasauan Today Satellite heat detection discussion

Google Maps Adam Clark’s Google Map with most recent Dozer lines, IR flight overlay, and the Planned Fire Line. Note: You may need to be signed in to a Google account to view this link.

Mapping Support Same as above, but on USGS Topo Maps

MesoWest Weather stations that are located near the fire. Scroll down to S07 Central Coast IRAWS. See the Blue WX rectangles on the Ops maps for locations. There are currently 7 portable weather stations deployed.

Flight Radar 24 Live Air Traffic for the area.  Note: aircraft flying at low altitudes may not be detected.

Firefighting Aircraft PDF guide with Cal Fire Firefighting Aircraft

~ by lucasryancv on August 20, 2016.

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