Firefighters in California have been batting numerous blazes nonstop, trying to save millions of people and homes from the flames.
The biggest fire, the Kincade Fire, has incinerated parts of the wine country in Sonoma County since last week. Further south, multiple wildfires continue spreading near Los Angeles and surrounding counties.
Here are all the wildfires currently threatening the state, from the most active to those nearing full containment:
It was first reported on October 31 in Ventura County
Size: 8,730 acres
It started October 28 in Los Angeles
Size: 745 acres
Cause: A eucalyptus tree limb fell into power lines.
It started October 23 in Sonoma County
Size: 77,758 acres
Cause: It’s still under investigation but PG&E’s equipment may have been involved in the start of blaze, the utility said in reports filed with the California Public Utility Commission.
It started October 31 in Riverside County
Size: 300 acres
Cause: Riverside police blame the driver of a stolen car that officers were chasing. The 15-minute chase ended in a field, and the car’s damaged tires sparked the fire, police said. Two suspects were arrested, authorities said.
It started October 31 in San Bernardino County
Size: 200 acres
It started October 21 in Los Angeles
Size: 42 acres
It was first reported on October 7 in the Inyo National Forest
Size: 10,296 acres
It started October 30 in Ventura County
Size: 1,806 acres
It started October 30 in Riverside County
Size: 628 acres
Old Water Fire
It started October 24 in San Bernardino County
It started October 10 in the El Dorado National Forest
Size: 3,435 acres
It was first spotted on October 27 in Mendocino County
Size: 703 acres
Saddle Ridge Fire
It was first reported on October 10 in Los Angeles County
Size: 8,799 acres
About 100,000 people were evacuated