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Evacuation orders have been issued in Tehama County due to the Dixie Fire

Courtesy of Michael Kohler

There are evacuation orders in Tehama County due to the Dixie Fire.

Posted: Jul 23, 2021 5:19 PM
Updated: Jul 25, 2021 1:29 PM

TEHAMA COUNTY, Calif. - Evacuation orders have been issued in Tehama County due to the Dixie Fire, according to CAL FIRE.

The evacuation orders are for the Butte and Tehama county lines north of Butte Meadows to Highway 36. The evacuation continues west along Highway 36 past the intersection of Highway 32. The order stops at S Browns Cp.

This includes Deer Creek and St. Bernard communities and the county line of Tehama and Plumas counties.

Lost Creek Rd. at Highway 36 to Willow Spur is under this order. This also includes east of S Brown Cp. on Highway 36.

This evacuation includes areas of the North Fork Calf Creek and Rattlesnake Creek Area.

Refer to this map for the exact locations of what is under the evacuation order.

Evacuation warnings have been issued west of Highway 32. This includes Campbellville. 

This warning includes Diamond Lake and the Rock Gutch Creek area. Wilson Lake area is also under warning. 

Chico
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Oroville
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Paradise
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Chester
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Red Bluff
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Willows
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The weather will be pulling a 180 as we head into the evening hours and kick off our work week. A north wind will be taking hold, bringing gusty conditions and increased fire danger to the valley, foothills, and the Sierra Mountains. Gusts between 25-35mph are possible from late this evening through Monday night for the valley while the foothills and the Sierra will continue to see the windy conditions through Tuesday morning. This has prompted a Red Flag Warning for the Valley 11pm tonight through 8pm Monday while the Sierra and Foothills will last through Tuesday morning.
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