Because the original imagery is false-color infrared (which gives vegetation a strong red tint), I'm converting it to black-and-white to avoid any possible confusion between the red tint and currently burning areas. I'm told that true-color imagery will be available at some point on Fri, and hopefully I'll be able to upgrade the layer to match.
|Available imagery footprints, with fire outlines shown in red.|
Step 1: Go to https://caltopo.com/l/16PD
Step 2: Enter your address in the search field at the top of the page and click GO:
Step 3: Use the zoom control at the top left of the map to zoom in:
Step 4: Mouse over the layer selector at the top right (it should read "Hybrid +1"), and in the window that comes up, adjust the "NorCal Fire" opacity slider to expose the pre-fire imagery:
It may also be helpful to temporarily turn on the "Current Fire Activity" checkbox in order to see the fire perimeters:
I've put some temporary infrastructure in place to help handle this project, but if the site is impacted too much, I may need to make some changes. The shortlink at the top of this article (https://caltopo.com/l/16PD) will always point to the right place - if you share a URL, please share that.