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Re: Lost River, Mazama & Rendezvous on Level one:

Beyond Lost: Where did your 3 a.m. information come from?

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Re: Lost River, Mazama & Rendezvous on Level one:

That verbiage is from the latest Inciweb update, published last night around 8 p.m.

https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5409/
(you'll have to copy and paste the URL to make it work)

Darla Hussey

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Re: Lost River, Mazama & Rendezvous on Level one:

From the Okanogan County Department of Emergency Management alert system this morning:

The Diamond Creek Fire is advancing south in the Monument Creek drainage and south in Pat Creek, to Auburn Creek and into Goat Creek.

Due to the forecasted strong north winds and the location of the fire, the USFS along with Fire District 6 and Okanogan County Emergency Management have issued a LEVEL TWO (2) EVACUATION for the Lost River area to Mazama, East to Lancaster Road near Mile Post 188 on State Route 20, North to Diamond T Road off of Rendezvous Road, North to Cub Creek Road intersection with Forest Service Road 5215300, and West to Lost River.

This is the same area that was issued a Level one (1) Alert last week. No other areas are under advisories.

This is a LEVEL TWO (2) “BE READY” to evacuate notice. You must be prepared to leave at a moment’s notice. Persons should have an evacuation plan in place. Persons should be aware of their surroundings and take action if needed.

You should monitor local media outlets and Okanogan County Emergency Management’s FACEBOOK page for up-to-date information.

A Community meeting will held TODAY, September 13, 2017 at 6:00 PM at the Mazama Community Club located at 512 Goat Creek Road, Mazama, for the Mazama and Lost River community members to be updated on the Diamond Creek Fire and the LEVEL TWO (2) EVACUATION.

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Re: Lost River, Mazama & Rendezvous on Level one:

Other great sites:

Wind forecast.
windy.com:
https://www.windy.com/48.478/-120.186?48.062,-120.185,8,m:eZWacOQ

Current wildland fire hot spots-Googles Gmap4:
https://mappingsupport.com/p/gmap4.php?ll=48.866860,-120.328446&z=12&t=t6,MODIS_from_GeoMAC,Fire_perimeter&q=https://propertylinemaps.com/p/public_land_map/USA/USA_wildland_fire_3.txt

Real time lightning strikes.
Lightning.org:
https://www.lightningmaps.org/?lang=en#y=48.5055;x=-119.7325;z=9;t=4;m=sat;r=0;s=15;o=0;b=0.00;n=0;d=2;dl=3;dc=0;ra=1;

I'm finding current information here before anywhere else.