LOS ANGELES (AP) – A three-day span of calm could be coming to an end for one of the biggest wildfires in California history. The winds expected to begin late Wednesday could push the so-called Thomas Fire to become the state’s biggest fire ever. Forecasts called for winds of 30 mph with gusts of up to 60 mph. Firefighters used three days of calm conditions to bulldoze containment lines and set controlled fires to clear dry brush ahead of winds Some residents are watching from afar at hotels and evacuation centers, while others are waiting in their homes and hoping for the best, despite mandatory evacuation orders. The fire has destroyed at least 750 homes and claimed two lives. It is 60 percent contained.