Detailed Fire Maps of the Redwood Complex, the Sulpher Fire, the Central LNU Complex, and the Southern LNU Complex
From the moment the first flames flickered to life on October 8 until today, one of the questions we’ve most wanted answered is “Where? Where are the fires?”
Today, we have some answers. Below are Cal Fire maps of the fires that began on October 8. The names are the Point, the Redwood Complex, the Southern LNU Complex, the Wind Complex, and the Central LNU Complex.
These are the most recent maps available (Timestamps can be found in the corners of the PDF’s).
Located at the bottom of this post are thumbnails of the detailed PDF maps. In order to see the PDF’s full size, click the thumbnail and the PDF will open in your browser (assuming your computer hasn’t blocked popups from opening). It may take a few seconds for the maps to load, so give it some time.
Click on the thumbnail images of each map to be taken to a pdf. Usually, in the lower right-hand corner of each expanded map, you can see the time and date that the information to create each map was collected.
The Redwood Complex in Mendocino County:
We also have a KMZ file that can be viewed in Google Earth if you have access: 20171010_RedwoodComplex_IR
The Sulpher Fire in Lake County:
The Central LNU Complex:
The Southern LNU Complex which includes the Atlas Fire:
More Information in Related Stories From Earliest story at the top to the Most Recent at the Bottom:
- Major Fires Breaking Out in Northern California: Structures and Vehicles Burning, Evacuations Ongoing, Victims Injured, Roads Closed
- Major Fire in Mendocino Joins Others Whipping Across Northern California; 101 Closing
- Redwood Valley North of Ukiah on Fire: Evacuations, Multiple Structures Burned, Serious Injuries
- Potter Fire: 1500 Acres, 11 Structures Confirmed Destroyed
- TV and Phone Services Down on the West Coast
- Fire Hits Just Above the Belt: Overview of the Fires Burning From Mendocino to Sonoma
- One Dead, Multiple Structures Burned, Numerous Injuries, One Looter Arrested in Redwood Complex Fire
- Mendocino Sheriff Declares State of Emergency, Approximately 10,000 Acres Burned, 0% Containment, Approximately 80 Structures Gone
- Evacuation Information (Including Map) for the Redwood Complex in Mendocino
- Redwood Complex Fire: 19,000 Acres, 0% Contained
- Good News! Hwy 101 Reopens Between Ukiah and Willits