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Nine Wildfires Burning Across California

CALIFORNIA — Over 4,000 firefighters are battling nine large wildfires across California.

Yesterday, new fires erupted in Nevada and San Bernardino county. Firefighters are making good progress on both of these fires, while continuing to gain containment on the remaining blazes across the state.

Gusty winds and poor humidity recovery, particularly in the Sacramento Valley and foothills, continue in the forecast for Northern California.

Parts of Southern California will also see breezy and dry conditions through this evening and temperatures will remain near normal, keeping an elevated threat for large fires.

Many people don’t realize that 95 percent of all wildfires are caused by the activity of humans. It is imperative that all Californians do their part to prevent the next devastating wildfire. Learn more at www.ReadyForWildfire.org.

**CAL FIRE Incidents**

Saddle Fire, Butte County

Pentz Road, south of Paradise

• 850 acres brush, 60% contained

**Federal Incidents**

Rey Fire, Santa Barbara County

US Forest Service – Los Padres National Forest

Paradise Road, north of Santa Barbara

• 32,606 acres & 97% contained

Soberanes Fire, Monterey County

US Forest Service – Los Padres National Forest
Big Sur area

• 102,499 acres & 60% contained

Cedar Fire, Kern County

US Forest Service – Sequoia National Forest

Northwest of Lake Isabella, Cedar Creek Campground

• 29,322 acres, 98% contained

Gap Fire, Siskiyou County

US Forest Service – Klamath National Forest

Seiad Creek Rd, 5 miles northeast of Seiad Valley

• 30,969 acres, 65% contained

Tule Fire, Tulare County

US Forest Service – Sequoia National Forest

Hwy 190, 4 miles northeast of Springville

• 395 acres, 98% contained

Mokelumne Fire, Alpine County

US Forest Service – Stanislaus National Forest

Mokelumne River Canyon, north of Frog Lake

• 655 acres, 70% contained

Phoenix Fire, Nevada County — NEW

US Forest Service – Tahoe National Forest

West of Fordyce Lake, near Soda Springs

• 38 acres, 75% contained

**Local Incidents**

Spring Fire, San Bernardino County — NEW

San Bernardino County Fire

Los Flores Ranch Rd, south of Hesperia

• 50 acres, 80% contained

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