INTERACTIVE MAP: Firefighters battling 17 large wildfires across California

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More than 12,000 firefighters statewide are battling 17 large wildfires across California. 

Officials say these fires have burned over 200,000 acres and destroyed over 500 structures as of Sunday. 

A total 20,000 homes are threatened, and nearly 50,000 residents have been evacuated.

>> Click here to see an interactive map of the fires across California. 

Cal Fire officials say hot and dry conditions persist throughout the state.

This, along with poor humidity recovery and high winds increases fire dangers. 

Southern California temperatures will remain above normal Sunday, with potential for isolated thunderstorms in some parts of the region. 

Here’s a little more information on some fires of interest:

Carr Fire, Shasta County
Whiskeytown & Redding
•  89,194 acres, 5% contained
•  Evacuations and road closures in place
•  38,563 residents evacuated, over 5,000 homes threatened
•  515 residences destroyed, 129 residences damaged
•  Damage assessment is ongoing
• Red flag warning remains in effect
Mendocino Complex, Mendocino/Lake County
• 56,000 total acres
River Fire 
• 11,028 acres, 3% contained
• Evacuations in place
Ranch Fire 
• 13,242 acres, 3% contained
• Evacuations in place
Ferguson Fire, Mariposa County 
Yosemite National Park
• 53,646 acres, 30% contained
• Evacuations and road closures in effect
Steele Fire, Napa County 
• 150 acres, 75% contained
• 7 structures destroyed
• Evacuations in place
Rock Fire, San Diego County
• 225 acres, 25% contained
Marsh Fire, Contra Costa County
East of Mount Diablo
• 247 acres, 100% contained
Roxie Fire, Lassen County 
West of Susanville
• 167 acres, 85% contained
Crest Line Fire, Shasta County 
West of Burney
• 51 acres, 95% contained
Balch Fire, Tulare County
Northeast of Porterville      
•  100 acres, 85% contained
Ribbon Fire, Riverside County
East of Anza
•  205 acres, 75% contained
•  Evacuations lifted
Pasqual Fire, San Diego County 
•  365 acres, 60% contained
Cranston Fire, Riverside County 
•  13,130 acres, 29% contained
•  Evacuations in place
Whaleback Fire, Lassen County 
West of Spaulding (Eagle Lake)
•  8,971 acres, 6% contained
•  Evacuation warning in effect for the community of Spaulding
Georges Fire, Inyo County 
Lone Pine
•  2,883 acres, 70% contained
Horse Creek Fire, Tulare County 
John Krebs Wilderness Area
•  34 acres, 90% contained
Valley Fire, San Bernardino County 
•  1,348 acres, 29% contained
Natchez Fire, Del Norte County 
Southeast of Cave Junction, OR
•  4,613 acres, 10% contained
Eagle Fire, Modoc County 
South of Cedarville
•  2,100 acres, 95% contained


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