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602 S. Tippecanoe Ave. 
San Bernardino, 
92408 
602 S. Tippecanoe Ave. 
San Bernardino, 
92408 

Incident Contacts

  • Riverside County Fire
    Phone:
    951-940-6985
    Hours:
    8am - 8 pm

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 Fairview Fire releases new Forest Closure Order IDYLLWILD, Calif.  October 2, 2022 – For public safety forest lands in the Fairview Fire area have been closed. The order states Forest Roads 5S15 (Rouse Ridge), and 6S22 (Cahuilla Mountain) have been closed to the public as well as the Alessandro and Hixon OHV routes. 
  Incident QR code The marine layer moved in again overnight with low clouds and patchy drizzle. Clouds will clear by mid-morning with sunny skies in the afternoon. Temperatures will be seasonably cool and in the 80s. Winds will be light in the morning with gusts up to 20 mph in the afternoon around the fire perimeter. Smoldering material will continue in areas well interior and among heavy dead and down fuels. Crews are continuing to mop up within the fire perimeter. The whole fire perimeter continues to be in patrol status. No fire spread is expected.
 The marine layer brought low clouds to the Fairview Fire overnight with high relative humidity, bringing fuel moisture recovery. Crews will continue to mop up and patrol the area for any hazards that may arise, and answer any community service calls. Firefighters are strengthening and improving control lines while improving existing fuel breaks in the area.
Tuesday evening shower activity diminished by sunset. The shower activity and lingering moisture resulted in excellent humidity recoveries overnight. Overnight lows cooled a few degrees with lows in the upper 50s to lower 60s. Winds were breezy Tuesday evening but diminished after sunset as well. Drier weather is expected on Wednesday with cool and moist conditions. A slight drying and warming trend will develop later in the week. The rain received over the past operational periods has hampered suppression repair activities.
A mix of sun and clouds prevailed through mid-afternoon over the Fairview Fire. A late afternoon shower passed over the fire bringing a burst of heavy rain and breezy winds. These showers dissipated and moved east by evening. Dry conditions will prevail overnight with excellent humidity recoveries. Minimal smoldering will continue, with a majority being found in the dense brush fields.
 Ample moisture over the fire led to another night of excellent relative humidity recoveries. Winds were mostly variable and light overnight. A few afternoon cumulus clouds will be possible on Tuesday. A gradual warming and drying trend. Smoldering areas will increase as the cloud covers exits and heat returns to the area. Stump holes and root wads will still retain significant heat and produce smoke throughout the period. No fire movement is expected.
Showers and thunderstorms ended after sunset. Parts of the fire experienced flash flood warnings with debris flow. The recent rains produced a night with excellent humidity recoveries on the fire. Temperatures remained mild overnight with light winds. A mix of sun and clouds are expected Monday with a slight chance for afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures will be slightly cooler Monday and in the mid-80s. Winds will be breezy in the afternoon.
 Lingering tropical moisture brought ample clouds, cooler temperatures, higher humidity, passing showers, and nearby thunderstorms to the Fairview Fire. Light to moderate westerly winds prevailed through the day. Shower activity diminished through the evening hours with only clouds overnight. Mild and moist conditions will prevail tonight. Minor activity with almost no growth in all branches. Hot material will continue to be found in the dense brush fields and drainages.Rolling material will increase due to fire drying and precipitation.
  Lingering tropical moisture brought cloudy, cooler, and moist conditions to the fire on Saturday. A few showers were also reported, but little to no accumulation. Smoldering and creeping will continue. Moisture entering the area will inhabit rates of spread. Deep seated heat will still be present. Fuels will begin to dry out. ERC's will stabilize and begin slowly climbing. Smoldering and creeping activity will continue to increase. Deep-seated heat will continue to be found throughout the canyons and brush fields.
  Fire activity has been greatly reduced due to the moisture from Tropical Storm Kay. Deep-seated heat is still present in the dense old-growth brush fields, and stump holes. Fine flashy fuels will not sustain fire or ignition.