California fire map: Where are the hotspots in Sonoma County’s Kincade Fire?

As of Wednesday morning, Oct. 30, the Kincade Fire in Sonoma County, California, stands at 76,285 acres, or 120 square miles, and improved to 30 percent containment, according to Cal Fire said.

The wildfire has destroyed 246 structures and is threatening 90,000 more, with 80,000 homes among those at risk.

The map below shows the current fire hotspots. Data may take a moment to load on your computer, so please be patient.

Map of Kincade Fire in Sonoma County

Red circles on this live-updating map are actively burning areas, as detected by satellite. Orange circles have burned in the past 12 to 24 hours, and yellow circles have burned within the past 48 hours. Yellow areas represent the fire perimeter.
Source: National Interagency Fire Center

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