Fires in the steep rugged terrain and thick woods of the Klamath and Six Rivers National Forests continue to expand.
Three lightning fires west of Happy Camp being managed together as the Eclipse Complex are spreading by thousands of acres a day, now at more than 37,000 acres with just 19% overall containment.
The six fires of the Salmon Complex in the Marble Mountains west of Etna have grown to about 9,000 acres and containment has reduced to just 15%.
The Orleans Complex of 19 fires in the Six Rivers National Forest is around 8,600 acres with overall containment of 51%.
The 3 fires of the Ruth Complex south of Ruth Lake in Trinity County are nearly contained, now at 97% after burning a total of around 4700 acres.