Bobcat hearth continues burning in San Gabriel Valley


Fears of important unfold of the Bobcat hearth dissipated in a single day as Santa Ana winds didn’t materialize, however residents of close by foothill communities stay on excessive alert, and several other evacuation warnings are nonetheless in place.

“We didn’t have a lot wind in a single day,” stated Mike Wofford, a meteorologist with the Nationwide Climate Service in Oxnard.

As of early Wednesday, Woffard stated winds have been usually below 15 mph, however added, “we may get some gusts — 20 to 30 mph — later this morning.”

Fire hotshot crew Aravaipa huddle to plan their attack on the Bobcat fire

Bureau of Land Administration hearth hotshot crew Aravaipa huddle to plan their assault on the Bobcat hearth alongside Freeway 39 West Fork within the San Gabriel mountains.

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The Bobcat Fire atop the San Gabriel Mountains

The Bobcat Hearth atop the San Gabriel Mountains, north of Monrovia on Sept. 9.

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A contract worker installs a street camera to a light post along North Azuza Ave. as smoke covers the sky

A contract employee installs a road digicam onto a lightweight put up alongside North Azuza Avenue as smoke from the Bobcat hearth fills the sky Wednesday morning.

(Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Instances)

Angeles National Forest firefighters take weather readings

Angeles Nationwide Forest firefighters Jessy Alvarez, left, and Gabriel Ayers take climate readings because the Bobcat hearth rages above Rincon Hearth Station.

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Fire hotshot crew Aravaipa huddle to plan their attack on the Bobcat fire

Bureau of Land Administration hearth hotshot crew Aravaipa huddle to plan their assault on the Bobcat hearth alongside Freeway 39 West Fork within the San Gabriel Mountains.

(Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Instances)

Ash falls on a parked car as the Bobcat fire burns in the distance

Ash falls on a parked automobile because the Bobcat hearth burns within the distance Wednesday morning.

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Smoke from wildfires burning east of Los Angeles dims the sunrise

Smoke from wildfires burning east of Los Angeles dims the dawn, seen from Pasadena

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A firefighter shuts off a fire hydrant

Los Angeles County firefighter Scott Seymour shuts off a hearth hydrant on Brookridge Street in Duarte.

(Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Instances)

The Bobcat fire burns in the San Gabriel Mountains

The Bobcat hearth rages on Sept. 9 within the San Gabriel Mountains.

(Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Instances)

Juanita Aldana gives her dogs water at a Red Cross evacuation site

Juanita Aldana offers her canine water at a Purple Cross momentary evacuation website at Santa Anita Park on Sept. 9.

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Two dogs panting

Juanita Aldana’s canine, Nanook, left, and Thor, relaxation in an evacuee’s truck at a Purple Cross evacuation heart at Santa Anita Park on Sept. 9.

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