Additional Fire Information

National Forest Active Fire Mapping Program

Firefighting Aircraft Recognition Guide:
Forest Fire Aircraft Identification

San Diego County Wildfire Scanner (USFS, Cal Fire, Rural Fire):

National Interagency Coordination Center Situation Report:

National Incidents Info Page

So. Cal. SIT Report

Cal Fire Home page:

SD County Fire Authority

North Co. Fire Protection District

Seasonal Outlook:

National Preparedness Level Definitions

Fire Acronyms & Abbreviations:

Coast to Cactus Weather Examiner

Dead Fuel Measurement Methods (Fire Sticks)
Dead Fuel Measurement Methods

Other Useful Links

Forest Fire Lookout Assn National site:

Cal Fire Home page:

Cleveland National Forest official site:

Palomar Mountain State Park official site:

Forest Fire Lookout Assn Angeles National Forest:

National Interagency Coordination Center

Additional Weather Information

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SoCal 2017-2018 climate summer outlook

SDG&E Weather Map

Significant Fire Potential

Fire Danger Predicted:

San Diego County Air Quality

RAWS Station Information

Western Regional Weather Center

RAWS Home Page

Southern California Map and locator

Palomar RAWS Data

Palomar RAWS Site photo and Statistics

Dear Safety Partners:

As you know, San Diego is in the height of fire season. History has demonstrated that there is no greater threat to life and property than wildland fire in San Diego County. That’s why the San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) has partnered with the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department, CAL FIRE, San Diego County Fire Authority, and others to prevent and fight future wildfires. Through this collaboration, the region is better prepared to prevent and respond to wildfire. Collectively, we have made changes that include making our electric system more resilient against severe weather and wildfires, adding more firefighters, fire engines and helicopters, developing critical weather and fire forecasting technology, and investing in better communications tools.

To coincide with National Fire Prevention Month, we have developed a suite of informational materials that includes a series of brief videos, infographics, community focused articles, digital advertisements and social media posts on regional wildfire preparedness. To help us further get the word out, we would sincerely appreciate your posting these on your website, sharing on social media and including in newsletters and eblasts.