Fire Data, September 7, Afternoon

Here is the latest image from the Forest Service data loaded into Google Earth, screenshotted at 3:40 PM, September 27.

Fire Radiative Power data from Forest Service in Google Earth, September 7, Afternoon

Fire Radiative Power data from Forest Service in Google Earth, September 7, Afternoon

You can see that the main difference is a new hot spot to the south of the second cluster, approaching Sunshine Canyon from the north.

The first cluster hasn’t “moved” though there are a few new hot spots. So far, my relatives’ houses haven’t been swallowed by one of these squares, but I realize that doesn’t that their homes have survived — only that the satellite hasn’t capture a hot spite directly on their porches yet.

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