On September 30, at 8:00 a.m. the Soup Complex was transferred to a Type 4 command structure.
The Soup complex is currently 2,652 acres and 64% contained.
Crews will continue mop-up operations to the extent needed to secure fire lines, reduce the threat of any escape, and continue repairing impacts from fire suppression activities. The fire will continue to burn, most likely until season ending rain or snow events occur.
Folks are encouraged to check with the Modoc National Forest 530-233-5811 for further fire information.
|Current as of|
|Date of Origin||Saturday September 17th, 2016 approx. 04:19 PM|
|Location||South Warner Mountains near Soup Springs Campground, 16 miles NE of Likely, CA|
|Incident Commander||Modoc National Forest|
|Percent of Perimeter Contained||100%|
Timber, brush, grass
Minimal fire behavior: smoldering and creeping with isolated pockets of fuel actively burning in the interior of the fire
Hold and improve lines, continue mop-up on all divisions of Soup 2 as appropriate. Continue suppression repair on all divisions and fires as appropriate. Demobilization of excess resources continues.
|Projected Incident Activity|
Overall fire growth is expected to be restricted. However, isolated pockets of fuel will continue to burn in the interior of the fire.
Strong winds are predicted for Friday but temperatures will begin to drop. Chance of rain and snow starting Sunday through Monday.