Fires status Sept 9 AM

ANTELOPE INCIDENT Acres Burned: 91,477 Percent Contained: 77% Current as of 9/8/2021, 5:48 PM Antelope exploded over the past 36 hours, and is making a hard run at the Lava Beds and Tule Lake. Wind and thunderstorms are likely this afternoon and evening, with showers possible.

MCCASH INCIDENT Acres Burned: 68,824 Percent Contained: 15% Current as of 9/8/2021, 5:45 PM This fire showed significant growth on its NE and SE flanks. While not in the RFW area, region is likely to experience wind and some convective activity.

HAYPRESS INCIDENT Acres Burned: 124,913 Percent Contained: 16% Current as of 9/8/2021, 5:49 PM Significant spotting to the east. Unconfirmed reports of structures lost at Coffee Creek, Trinity Center also in path although not immediately threatened.

MONUMENT INCIDENT Acres Burned: 198,829 Percent Contained: 45% Current as of 9/8/2021, 5:03 PM In RFW, mostly for winds. Hayfork, Junction City and Weaverville should remain on alert.

DIXIE INCIDENT Acres Burned: 927,320 Percent Contained: 59% Current as of 9/9/2021, 6:20 AM Significant growth to the north into Lassen Park expected today. On SE flank, has reached the perimeter of the Sugar Fire burn. Entire area is expected to see strong winds, thunderstorms, outburst wind, followed by hot, dry winds.

CALDOR INCIDENT Acres Burned: 217,946 Percent Contained: 53% Current as of 9/9/2021, 5:49 AM With relatively low containment and adverse fire conditions expected, Tahoe Basin should stay on alert.

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