Warm, windy working day weather threatens growth on Calder Fire

Firefighters were battling heatwaves and strong winds on Monday to extinguish a new fire in the northern hemisphere.

Last month’s wildfire in Sierra Nevada, east of Sacramento, forced the Grisli plateau community to evacuate Lake Tahoe. Climate change comes after several days of cold temperatures and stable winds, which has helped firefighters make a big profit on the flames of anger.

“I can’t stress how dry things are today,” said Jim Dudley, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. To make things small, there are many good weather conditions that may not be very small.

Caledor fire was 216,358 acres and 44% Monday morning. On Sunday, officials in the southern city of Lake Tahoe said they had lowered the eviction order to a warning.

But as residents began to return home, Caimeor Fire Information Officer Jaime Moore warned them not to feel too uncomfortable – especially when the weather was hot, dry and flowing.

“I (the residents) care about negligence,” Moore said on Sunday. They should not take everything out of their car and think that all the danger is gone.

Meanwhile, firefighters were working to control the blaze near the Auburn Forest Bridge. The 300-hectare bridge fire has been contained by 5% since Monday morning.



The blaze left visitors east of Highway 80 and the historic old town of Auburn in Auburn State Recreation. Authorities ordered them to evacuate from Chakahiil Road, and the old Auburn Denshil Road to Upper Lake Road to Lake Clementine.

To the northwest, authorities continued to fight the DC fire, which actively engulfed the North Valley, threatened structures and challenged firefighters. The blaze, which broke out in July, stood at 910,495 acres and held 57% of Monday.

Trisha Tadani is the author of the San Francisco Chronicle. Email [email protected] Twitter @Trisha Tadani

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