Several evacuation warnings lifted for Dixie Fire, 1 warning remains in place

The Shasta County Sheriff's Office reduced some evacuation warnings for the Dixie Fire.

Posted: Sep 21, 2021 12:26 PM
Updated: Sep 21, 2021 3:07 PM

SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. - The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office reduced several evacuation warnings for the Dixie Fire at noon.

The warnings lifted are zones E0002, E0007, E009A and E010.

These areas are north and south of Highway 44 but east of Old Station and Hat Creek. Click here to see the latest map of evacuations. 

The only evacuation warning for the Dixie Fire is within the Lassen Volcanic National Park.

The National Forest is still closed.

The Dixie Fire has burned 963,276 acres and is 90% contained.

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Grab your jacket and and give yourself extra time to get where you're going Friday morning. We have brisk temperatures and areas of dense fog across northern California early today. Sunny skies and warm temperatures are ahead for the rest of your Friday and this weekend. Cooling down with the chance for showers early next week.
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