The data is provided by calfire. September 14 2020 10 35 a m.
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Map of smoke from california fires today. Fire origins mark the fire fighter s best guess of where the fire started. These data are used to make highly accurate perimeter maps for firefighters and other emergency personnel but are generally updated only once every 12 hours. This interactive map which contains data from january 1950 pinpoints where a cyclone touched down and traces its path of destruction.
Fire perimeter data are generally collected by a combination of aerial sensors and on the ground information. Nasa lance fire information for resource management system provides near real time active fire data from modis and viirs to meet the needs of firefighters scientists and users interested in monitoring fires. Many people are keeping track of air quality reports smoke updates and red flags warnings in california as air quality decreases and smoke spreads across the state from numerous wildfires.
This false color map created using data from nasa s terra satellite shows the burn area of the river and carmel fires in monterey county california on aug. They show the smoke drifting from oregon heading south into california and through the san francisco bay area over a two day period starting on sept. There are two major types of current fire information.
Fire perimeter and hot spot data. Forecast map for vertically integrated smoke at 1 p m. The fire and smoke map displays information on ground level air quality monitors recording fine particulates pm 2 5 from smoke and other sources as well as information on fires smoke plume locations and special statements about smoke issued by various sources.
Fire data is available for download or can be viewed through a map interface. Pdt the fires in oregon washington and california continue to produce large quantities of smoke affecting air quality in those states and portions of idaho. As storms strike this interactive map is your guide to impacts and damage reports coming into national weather service stations nationwide.
Near surface smoke refers to the smoke that will hover within 8 meters 26 feet of the ground the kind responsible for. This map contains four different types of data. This map is designed to.
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