Executive Summary states that in Northern California abundant precipitation will lead to a slower start to fire
activity in June in the far east side zones. This will give way but a robust fire season in July and August
in most southern portions of the Area thanks to abundant fine fuel crop development.
It is typical for large fire activity to ramp up in a few PSAs in June, especially in the Sacramento Valley and Foothills
and in the Far East Side PSA, but considering the current conditions and the outlook it is expected that significant
fire potential in June will be below normal in the far east side, while only a few grass fires will mean near normal activity
elsewhere. Significant fire potential will begin to increase during the latter part of July, mainly in areas dominated by fine fuels, as seasonal drying of soils and fuels takes place.
Therefore, significant fire potential is expected to be normal in all areas in July. Fine fuels are expected to be fully cured in August and those areas are expected to have an above normal potential for significant fires. All other areas have normal
significant fire potential in August.
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