Monitor fire conditions in the Northern California regions

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KCRA 3 Fire Index: Track fire conditions in the Northern California regions


KCRA 3 meteorologists have developed an index to track the daily risk of forest fires in some parts of Northern California. The index takes into account fuel humidity, wind level and humidity. See below the four-day risk level in the KCRA 3 coverage area for the valley, coastal regions, foothills and Sierra. The slides will be updated daily. Fire Index: Valley Fire Index: Valley Fire Index: Coastal HillsFire Fire Index: FoothillsFire Index: SierraRelated Content California Forest Fire Preparedness Guide 2022: What You Need to Know and How to Stay Safe Fire Resources in Northern California: 2022 where to find county evacuation information, maps, alerts and more

KCRA 3 meteorologists have developed an index to track the daily risk of forest fires in some parts of Northern California.

The index takes into account fuel humidity, wind level and humidity.

See below the four-day risk level in the KCRA 3 coverage area for the valley, coastal regions, foothills and Sierra.

The slides will be updated daily.

Fire Index: Valley

Fire index: coastal hills

Fire index: foothills

Fire index: Sierra

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