Marin Fire Cams lookout cameras mountain top

http://www.sheltons.net/wx/webcam800.jpg
Mt. Tiburon

http://www.weather.gov/wwamap/png/sto.png

http://api.nvseismolab.org/camera/Axis-TamEast?
Sausalito Wolfback Ridge fire cam

Wolf Back Ridge antennas – Sausalito –
PG@E
wind: 1,110′ elevation

http://api.nvseismolab.org/camera/Axis-TamEast?
Mt. Tam Lookout fire cam – MCFD

http://api.nvseismolab.org/camera/Axis-TamEast?
Mt. Tam Lookout fire cam – MCFD


Mt. Tam Peak
weather: 2,340 ft. elevation


Rain gauge – Mt. Tam summit

http://api.nvseismolab.org/camera/Axis-TamEast?
Muir Beach fire cam

http://api.nvseismolab.org/camera/Axis-TamEast?
Mt. Barnabe fire lookout – MCFD

http://api.nvseismolab.org/camera/Axis-TamEast?
Mt. Barnaby fire lookout – MCFD

http://api.nvseismolab.org/camera/Axis-TamEast?
Point Reyes National Seashore – Inverness


Drakes View Peak Inverness –
PG@E
weather: 1,328 elevation

View of Point Reyes Beach Looking North-Northeast from the Point Reyes Lighthouse Visitor Center. Pacific Ocean on the left, land on the right.
Pt. Reyes lighthouse cam

http://api.nvseismolab.org/camera/Axis-TamEast?
Nicasio Hills – Black Mountain peak


Nicasio Hills weather – Elevation 937 ft.

http://api.nvseismolab.org/camera/Axis-TamEast?
Marinwood – Lucas Valley: Big Rock Ridge

Big Rock Marinwood

PG@E

weather: 1,636 ft. elevation

http://api.nvseismolab.org/camera/Axis-TamEast?
San Rafael hills – San Pedro summit

http://api.nvseismolab.org/camera/Axis-TamEast?
Novato Hills – Mt. Burdell


Novato Mt. Burdell –  Elevation 1,481′

http://api.nvseismolab.org/camera/Axis-TamEast?
Sonoma Mountain – 2,450′ elevation

http://api.nvseismolab.org/camera/Axis-TamEast?
Petaluma – Sonoma hills

http://api.nvseismolab.org/camera/Axis-TamEast?
Berkeley Hills – Vollmer Peak


Berkeley Cam – looking towards Marin County


PG@E new weather station – Grizzly Peak in the
Oakland Hills – 1,100′ elevation

https://cdns.abclocal.go.com/three/kgo/weather/WSI/kgotv_7day.jpg

6 to 10 day temperature outlook

http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/predictions/610day/610temp.new.gif
6 to 10 day temperature outlook

http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/predictions/610day/610prcp.new.gif

 


Mt. St. Helena weather RAWS station by PG@E


http://www.weather.gov/wwamap/png/sto.png
National Weather Service – Northern California weather extremes

http://www.weather.gov/wwamap/png/lox.png

National Weather Service – Southern California weather extremes

https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/fire_wx/day1otlk_fire.gif
Marin County Fire weather extremes – day 1

 

http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/fire_wx/day2otlk_fire.gif
Marin County Fire weather extremes – day 2

 

https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/exper/fire_wx/imgs/day38otlk_fire.gifMarin County Fire weather extremes – day 3 – 8

 

 


http://www.wfas.net/data/firedanger/graphs/NC/NC03A_BIg.png
Burn Index
The wildfire BI (difficulty of control) is derived from a
combination of Spread Component (how fast fire will spread) and Energy Release
Component (how much energy fire will produced).

https://cdn.star.nesdis.noaa.gov/GOES17/ABI/SECTOR/wus/02/2000x2000.jpg


San Francisco webcam Tallest skyscraper in the San Francisco skyline, with a top roof height of 970 ft. and overall height of 1,070 ft. (Transamerica Pyramid 853 ft)
It is also the second-tallest building west of the Mississippi River



Installation of Marin fire cams – paid for by

PG@E


Marin County
Fire live radio


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Marin County Fire




Wildfire updates and alerts


Mt. Tam Fire Lookout photos



Mt. Barnabe Fire
Lookout



Red
Flag – weather stations

 


 


Infrared fire detection maps

24 Hour
change by elevation in Nor Cal weather

24 Hour
change by elevation in South Cal weather

San
Diego County Fire Cams


Ventura County Fire Cams


Sierra Lookout Fire Cams

Santa Ana Winds
Weather – cams

 


Marin County Fire engine type 3

 

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Marin County Fire – Dodge PowerWagon


Marin County Fire History

 


 

Website by: Doug Kunst – San Ramon Valley Fire Capt (ret) and MCFD fire
lookout