The map below shows where California's wildfires are burning (updated daily).
- The red fire symbols classify the fire by acres. The symbol increases in size as the fire increases in coverage.
- The polygons show current perimeters.
- The map legend also shows Hazardous Wildfire Conditions: Red Flag Warning and Fire Weather Watch.
2020 Wildfires as of 7/27/20 (stats provided by CalFire)
- 78,823 est. Acres Burned
- 5,292 Incidents
- 0 Fatalities
- 36 Structures Damaged or Destroyed
2020 Fire Season Outlook
This year's fire season has already seen above normal activity. A dry winter, followed by a hot spring create a grim outlook, according to the The National Significant Wildland Fire Potential Outlook issued July 1.
August - September: Above normal temperatures along with drought conditions expected to lead to an expansion of wildfires across Northern California.
October: Above normal fire conditions forecasted in parts of Southern and Northern California. This is due to dry and hot conditions combined with Santa Ana winds. A La Niña is expected to develop leading to dry conditions.
Here are some wildfire evacuation tips to follow during the current COVID-19 pandemic.