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The National Guard is now stationed at the Silver Dollar Fairgrounds and will be assisting Cal Fire in the field on the Bear Fire as type 2 hand crews.
Heat and haze were on the menu today but a cool-down is in the works for next week.
Most of the forecast will remain pleasant and seasonable with big changes possible by next weekend.
The frontline battle on the Bear Fire continues today in areas north of Forbestown and Clipper Mills as Cal Fire works to access steep and rocky terrain.
The Bear Fire burned a significant portion of Lake Oroville's shoreline but damage along the lake was sparse. It will remain closed until evacuation orders along all parts of the lake are lifted.
Gusty winds out of the southwest and low humidity will drive a Red Flag Warning for high fire danger today in the foothills and mountains. Air quality is starting out unhealthy to very unhealthy but is expected to improve this afternoon. There's a chance for showers & storms but its small and only in the mountains to the north near the coast.
Air quality is awful but improvement can be expected over the next few days as winds shift and pick up. But with stronger winds also comes more fire danger.
It was another day of widespread smoke over California and most of the West Coast as numerous large fires continue to burn, and very little wind has been blowing lately to push it elsewhere. Strong wind next week should help move the smoke out but will also increase fire danger.
Terrible air quality continues today as light winds fail to disburse the smoke. High temperatures remain in the 80s for most. Next week more fire danger as strong winds pick up but a few mountain showers are possible.
Smoky unhealthy air will likely continue the next few days with cooler temperatures. We warm up into the low-90s this weekend with cooler and windy weather starting Sunday and lasting into next week.
Data is updated nightly.
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