Updated September 28, 2020 | 8:27 a.m. PDT
A 2 a.m. mapping flight on Monday by a fixed wing aircraft determined that the Zogg Fire had spread south-southwest for about 14 miles and east for about one mile. It had come to within three miles of reaching Highway 36 the south end. The fire was very active at that time. It was first reported near Zogg Mine Road and Jenny Bird Lane, north of Igo.
The overnight flight mapped it at about 27,000 acres.
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Evacuations are in effect, including an area west of Redding, according to KRCRTV:
Update as of 7 a.m.: Areas west of Redding are under a mandatory evacuation order for the Zogg Fire. This includes Muletown Road from Placer Road north to Kanaka Lane. Diggins Way from Placer to the North is being evacuated, as well as all roads off Diggins Way and Muletown Road.
Around 4 a.m., the Redding Police Department posted on Facebook that the fire was no immediate threat to Redding.
The weather forecast predicts for Monday 14 to 16 mph winds out of the north gusting to 24, with relative humidity of 12 percent in the afternoon.
— KRCR PHOTOG (@krcrphoto) September 28, 2020
Updated September 27, 2020 | 7:46 p.m. PDT
The map above shows heat on the Zogg Fire detected by a satellite at 3 p.m. PDT September 27, 2020. Since then the fire has spread significantly to the south or southwest across Platina Road.
CAL FIRE reported at about 7:35 p.m. Sunday that the Zogg Fire southwest of Redding, California had burned about 7,000 acres.
Updated September 27, 2020 | 7:03 p.m. PDT
Air tankers currently working on the Zogg Fire southwest of Redding, California include four S-2s, three large air tankers, four military C-130 MAFFS, and two super scoopers.
Initiation and rapid development of #ZoggFire shown in 24 fps time-lapse video from #WestPeak1 camera. Time shown from 2:40 pm to 4 pm PDT. Ridge is about 3.8 km WSW from the camera, just north of Igo, California. Smoke first appears on camera at 2:43 pm. Via @jamesinho. pic.twitter.com/y7T74gqKZq
— ALERTWildfire (@AlertWildfire) September 28, 2020
Updated September 27, 2020 | 5:32 p.m. PDT
The Zogg Fire showed up on satellite photos soon after it started September 27, 2020.
— CAL FIRE SHU (@CALFIRESHU) September 28, 2020
September 27, 2020 | 5:15 p.m. PDT
The Zogg Fire that started southwest of Redding, California at about 2:40 p.m PDT Sunday September 27 spread rapidly to the southwest Sunday afternoon. It was reported about a mile north of Igo, 8 miles west of Highway 273, and five miles south of Whiskeytown Lake.
At 4 p.m. a spot fire was observed near Platina Road and Newscott Lane, about three miles southwest of where the fire was first reported.
By 5:10 p.m. it had burned 1,000 acres, according to CAL FIRE.
Evacuations are in effect.
#ZoggFire Mandatory Evacuation Orders (update) all areas south of South Fork Rd & Zogg Mine Rd. South along Gas Point corridor including all residents along Gas Point Rd. to Foster Dr. @ShastaSheriff @211Norcal @CHP_Northern pic.twitter.com/oqu6RYPBvj
— CAL FIRE SHU (@CALFIRESHU) September 27, 2020
The National Weather Service has issued a wind warning for the area, for 15 to 25 mph northeast winds gusting to 40 mph, or up to 60 mph in isolated locations.