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Mostly sunny and much warmer today with a high temp of around 93 degrees today with a low temp of around 66 degrees. Yosemite Valley:  Mostly sunny today with a high temp of around 90 degrees with a low temp of around 61 degrees. Possible wind gusts today up to 20 mph. Yesterday the high temp in Mariposa topped out at 77.4 degrees (5.3 degrees warmer than Sunday) while the low temp came in at 59.0 degrees. Wind gusts up to 7 mph recorded at the SST weather station yesterday. Mariposa weather for Wednesday: Mostly sunny with a high temp of around 96 degrees with a low temp of around 67 degrees. Future high temps for Mariposa: Thu.: 98 degrees, Fri.: 86 degrees. Mariposa future rain chances: Fri.: 20% chance of showers.

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May 26, 2018 - CLOVIS, CA. - Celebrating Memorial Day Weekend with a visit to the Sierra National Forest (SNF). Activities such as camping, backpacking, and picnicking in the great outdoors often include the enjoyment of a campfire.  

The Sierra NF would like to remind visitors to be responsible in their enjoyment and use of a campfire. Not only will it serve the purpose of providing warmth in the cool evenings, or roasting marshmallows, but can be part of the camping experience to sit around the fire and enjoy the company of those with you.

Over the Memorial Day weekend here are a few tips to follow, for you to recreate and enjoy your campfire on the SNF responsibly:

• Prepare your site - Find a level spot away from overhanging branches, brush or dry grass. Keep away from the base of a hill, escaped campfires can travel up-hill very quickly.

• Beware of duff - Duff is the layer of decomposing material that lies on the forest floor between the pine needles and the bare dirt. Duff burns while bare dirt does not.

• Attend to your fire - Never leave a fire unattended, even for a few minutes or to take a nap. It only takes a moment for a fire to escape.

• Drown the fire – Drown your campfire ½ hour before you break camp. Use your shovel to separate the burning pieces of wood in the fire pit.

• Stir and Mix – Stir and mix water with ashes until the fire is completely out. Do not try to bury the fire it can smolder for hours and possibly escape. 

• Drown Charcoal Briquettes – Charcoal briquettes should be extinguished by placing them in a bucket of water stirred thoroughly, then poured into the fire pit.

• Check the Ashes – Using the back of your hand, to see if there is still heat present. Additional water and stirring may be needed, make sure the fire is out before you leave the campsite. Walk around check the area 50 feet from the fire pit to make sure embers or sparks did not escape.

• It Can Cost You - You can/will be held liable for the cost of suppression and damages caused by any wildfire that starts through negligence.

• Come Prepared – Obtain your campfire permit, bring your shovel, a bucket for water, and check with Forest staff to see if there are fire restrictions in place.

On the SNF, campfire permits are required for the use of campfires, charcoal fires, or portable gas stoves outside of a designated recreation area when there are no “fire restrictions” in place. These permits are free and are available at all Forest Service, BLM, or CAL-Fire offices or online at www.preventwildfireca.org.

When you obtain a Campfire Permit you agree to:

• Clear all flammable material away from the fire for a minimum of 10 feet in all directions to prevent escape of the fire.

• Have a shovel and at least five (5) gallons of water available at the campfire site for preparing, and extinguishing your campfire.

• Have a responsible person in attendance at all times when there is a campfire. Leave the permit with that person and make sure they are aware of terms of the permit.

For more information on campfire permits follow this link www.fs.usda.gov/detail/sierra/passes-permits/?cid=fsbdev7_018116. To obtain your campfire permit on line follow this link http://www.preventwildfireca.org/.

For further information regarding the Sierra National Forest and recreational activities please contact the High Sierra Ranger District office in Prather, Calif. at 559-855-5355; the Bass Lake Ranger District in North Fork, Calif. at 559-877-2218; or the Forest Supervisors Office in Clovis, Calif. at 559-297-0706, or go online to www.fs.usda.gov/sierra  
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