California Fire Map: Easy Fire, Getty Fire, Hill Fire, Fullerton Fire, Riverside Fire, Kincade Fire Update as State Battles 10 Active Blazes

There are currently reported to be at least 10 active large fires blazing across California, including the latest that broke in Ventura County, Riverside County and Orange County,

Two of these large fires are reported to be contained, while 8 are still uncontained, according to the Active Fire Mapping Program of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service.

"Critical to extremely critical conditions are expected to continue across parts of CA [California] through the day. Late tonight/tomorrow morning, extremely critical conditions are expected to persist across southern CA," according to a post by the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center on Wednesday.

Smoke from the wildfires will affect air quality, , the public service campaign of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), also warned in a post on its official Twitter account.

California Fire map
California live fire incident map from government data sources, 10/31/19. PAUL DOHERTY/LIVE FIRE WEB APP

Easy Fire

The Simi Valley brush fire that broke Wednesday in Ventura County has reached 1,648 acres with zero percent contained and the expected date of full containment unknown, according to an official report by the Ventura County Fire Department (VCFD) post its official Twitter account.

Approximately 30,000 residents are under mandatory evacuation orders, while 2,000 are under voluntary evacuations and 7,000 structures are under threat, the report said.

Full details on all areas within the mandatory evacuation zones as well as areas under an evacuation warning and where evacuation orders have been lifted can be seen at this incident map provided at the Ventura County Emergency Operations Center website as well as the official Ventura County Emergency Information Source (VC Emergency)website.

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library was under threat as the fire blazed out dangerously close to the library but has been reported to have been saved by firefighters and with the help of goats that ate the vegetation that would have fuelled the fire.

The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning, High Wind Advisory and Air Quality Alert for the Ventura County area through Thursday.

Getty Fire

The fire is at 745 acres with 39 percent contained and 7,091 residences under threat, according to a report by the Los Angeles Fire Department posted on its official Twitter account.

The report confirms all evacuation orders have been lifted in all areas except the following:

West: Kenter Avenue

South: Sunset Boulevard

North: Area just south of the Mountaingate Drive

East: Area adjacent to 405 FWY and Sepulveda Boulevard

An Extreme Red Flag Warning remains in effect through 6 p.m. (local time) Thursday, with strong Santa Ana Winds expected to reach 30 to 50 miles per hour, which will continue to affect wind-prone areas in Los Angeles, the report notes.

Riverside Fires

Two new fires–Hill Fire and 46 Fire–broke out in the Jurupa Valley area of Riverside County on Wednesday and Thursday.

As of 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, the Hill Fire was reported to have reached 628 acres with 30 percent contained, according to the official Riverside County Fire Department website. All evacuations have been lifted but residents are advised to: "Please be cautious when returning to the area as fire personnel continue working in the area," the fire department said on its website.

Evacuation order zones have been downgraded to an evacuation warning level "in the areas west of Lindsay Street, south of Philadelphia, north of Van Buren Boulevard, and east of Wineville Road," the Riverside County Fire Department notes.

Evacuation centers have been opened at Patriot High School (4355 Camino Real, Jurupa Valley 92509) and at Eleanor Roosevelt High School (7447 Scholar Way, Corona, CA 92880). The Western County Animal Shelter (6851 Van Buren Blvd, Jurupa Valley 92509) is accepting large and small animals, while the shelter at Patriot High School and can receive small animals, the fire department adds. More information on evacuations since the Hill Fire can be seen at this interactive map on the official website of Riverside County.

California fire map 10/31/19
Los Angeles area live fire incident map from government data sources, 10/31/19. PAUL DOHERTY/LIVE FIRE WEB APP

The 46 Fire broke early Thursday morning and is reported to be at 75 acres with zero percent contained and moving at a rapid rate. One residential structure, one mobile home and two other buildings were reported to have been damaged by the fire so far, according to the latest report on the official website of the fire department.

Evacuations are in place on 6th Avenue from Riverview Drive to Calle Hermos, Riverview Drive from 46th Avenue to Rio Road, Rio Road from Riverview Drive to Calle Hermosa and Calle Hermosa from Rio Road to 46th Avenue.

"Evacuation orders for residents south of Limonite Avenue, west of Crestmore, east of Van Buren and north of the Santa Ana Riverbottom. Evacuation Center at Patriot High School, 4355 Camino Real in Jurupa Valley," the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Riverside (Cal Fire Riverside) said in a post on its official Twitter account on Thursday.

Fullerton Fires

Two new fires (one in the Brea Dam area followed by another in the Gilbert & Castlewood area) were also reported in the Fullerton area of Orange County on Wednesday.

The Gilbert & Castlewood Fire has led to the evacuation of the following streets: "2200 block Ardmore, 2200 Pick Wick Place, 1700 block of Berkshire, all of Chantilly, all of Somerset, all of Brooke Lane, all of Walker Lane," the Fullerton Fire Department said in a post on its official Facebook account.

"Homes in the immediate area are being evacuated. If you need to be evacuated, you will be contacted by officers. Gilbert closed from Rosecrans to Imperial. More information will be provided as it becomes available.

"The Fullerton Community Center (340 W. Commonwealth Ave) has been opened for those displaced by these evacuations," the fire department added.

The earlier fire in Brea Dam was reported to have been "under control" with "the forward rate of spread has been stopped. Crews are currently 'mopping up'. More information to follow.

Southbound Harbor Blvd is now open and northbound remains closed," the Fullerton Fire Department said in another post on its Facebook account.

Kincade Fire

As of 7 p.m. Wednesday, the blazing Kincade Fire has reached 76,825 acres with 45 percent contained and full containment expected by November 7. More than 90,000 structures have been threatened, including 80,435 residential structures, according to the latest report by Cal Fire in a post on its official Twitter account.

Evacuation orders remain in place for various parts of the affected areas, including within Zones 18, 3C, 5B and 2, while Zones 1A, 3A, 3B, 5A, 6, 21, 31, 32, 33 and 34 are under evacuation warnings, the late Cal Fire report said.

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High winds blow hot embers from the Kincade Fire on October 29, 2019 in Calistoga, California. Getty Images

Full details on evacuated areas and those under evacuation warnings can be seen at this interactive incident map for Sonoma, Napa and Lake counties provided in the official report by Cal Fire.

"The public is reminded to stay vigilant on current fire conditions. Please drive slowly & yield to emergency personnel in the area. There may be smoke in the area as firefighters continue operations," the official Sonoma County Emergency Information (SoCo Emergency) advised on its website.

Evacuation centers are open at the Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building, Sonoma County Fairgrounds and Petaluma Community Center, while Petaluma Valley Baptist Church, Petaluma Fairgrounds and Muir Memory Care are at full capacity, the report confirms.