Firefighters are battling 11 significant wildfires in California, including Fair view and Mosquito.
On 11 significant wildfires, including the Mosquito and Fair view fires, firefighters in California are making headway.
The California fire is being fought by 8,322 firefighters across the state, but owing to impending critical fire weather, there could be more big flames.
According for the fire summary, 325,083 have burned in California so far this year.
There is a significant chance of lightning in northern California during potentially dangerous fire conditions.
In addition, gusty west and southwest winds of 25 to 35 mph will develop through the coastal gaps in the San Francisco Bay area,
and south to southeast winds of 15 to 25 mph will reach as far as the Sacramento Valley.
Additionally, isolated thunderstorms may form in the Lake Tahoe Basin.
Due to extremely dangerous fire weather conditions, red flag warnings were in effect for several areas of the Northwest.
Including Bend and Portland in Oregon as well as Seattle and Tacoma in Washington.
In order to safeguard local residences, businesses, and vital infrastructure, the state fire marshal "has committed seven task forces and an incident management team."