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Local Fire Risk: HIGH

34 days since last rain

Fire Danger

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FWI: 43.9
Our site uses the Fire Weather Index to assess the day's risk of a wildfire. The six components of the FWI System are calculated once daily at noon PST.
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Fire Weather Index .. HIGH (44)
Initial Spread .......... VERY HIGH (12)
Build Up Index ........ EXTREME (176)

Fine Fuel Moisture .. EXTREME (96)
Duff Moisture ......... EXTREME (176)
Drought ................ EXTREME (393)

Chandler Burn Index

Live CBI

"Live" Chandler Burn Index is based on the current temperature and humidity and represents the immediate fire threat. (click image for more info).

LIVE BURN INDEX RISK: EXTREME ... Fires start quickly, spread furiously, and burn intensely. All fires are potentially serious. Development into high intensity burning will usually be faster and occur from smaller fires than in the very high fire danger class. Direct attack is rarely possible and may be dangerous except immediately after ignition. Fires that develop headway in heavy slash or in conifer stands may be unmanageable while the extreme burning condition lasts. Under these conditions the only effective and safe control action is on the flanks until the weather changes or the fuel supply lessens.

Image shows current CBI Fire Danger, Current Temp, Humidity, CBI rating, CBI spread component and intensity component.

Santa Ana Watch

Relative Humidity    Alert: < 15% Winds    Alert: Northeast - East >25mpg
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McArthur Forest Fire Index


Drought (FWI) 393 Drought: Extreme
Rain Today0.00
Rain Month0.00
Rain Year17.61From July 1
Days No Rain34Days
Record No Rain124Days (Station records 2004 to Present)
Last Rain3/25/2017