Biggest Wine Country Wildfires Remain Uncontained


The two largest wildfires in Northern California's Napa and Sonoma counties are still at zero containment.  The morning update from Cal Fire puts the Tubbs fire that ripped through Santa Rosa at 27,000 acres, 550 homes and 21 businesses destroyed.  The Atlas Fire in Napa County is holding at 25,000 acres burned with 125 structures destroyed, but 5,000 are still threatened, including several across the Solano County line.  

The Nun Fire north of Glen Ellen is also the same as last night's estimate at 5,000 acres destroyed and no containment.

The Partrick Fire in west Napa and south Sonoma County is also still uncontained, but Cal Fire has cut the estimated area burned down from 2,000 acres to 1,000.  The only blaze with any reported containment is The 37 Fire off Highway 37 and Lakeville Road, which has burned 2,000 acres and is 15 percent surrounded.


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