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Yeti and Alex Fires

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1711 S. Main St 
1711 S. Main St 

Incident Contacts

  • Klamath National Forest
    Mon-Fri, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Yeti and Alex Smoke Outlook for 08-10-2022

Yeti and Alex Fires
News - 08/10/2022

Fire activity has greatly decreased over the Yeti Fire, but heavy fuels will continue to smolder for quite some time. The SRF Lightning Complex near Willow Creek continues to have active fire behavior.
Smoke from the Yeti Fire will remain heavy in Seiad Valley today with reduced smoke expected in Klamath River and Happy Camp. Willow Creek, Hoopa, Weitchpec, and Orleans should expect a brief period of USG to Unhealthy in early afternoon, followed by clearing. Afternoon heavy smoke in Forks of Salmon may linger overnight. Heaviest smoke from the SRF Lightning Complex is expected to impact nearby communities, with Hazardous air quality much of the day in Burnt Ranch. Periods of Very Unhealthy are also likely in Hyampom and Hayfork. With higher pressure establishing over the forecast area, the inversion layer is expected to grow stronger with more smoke lingering in drainages over the coming days.
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