San Diego County officials have released a new map showing the areas most at risk for a wildfire.
With fire danger and alerts issued year-round risk, fire crews hope this map will help them predict where a dangerous fire could hit.
The areas in bright red are places which have the oldest fuels, meaning brush and grasses that have not had a fire in more than 40 years. Those areas are the most concerning to fire crews and most at risk for a fast moving fire.
The yellow areas have had fires in the last 20 to 30 years.
The bright green parts have seen a fire in the last 20 years.
The destruction caused by those fires prompted county and fire leaders to create this map get a clearer picture of the danger zones.