Napa County officials this morning released a map of burned-over areas throughout the county. They advise that the fires remain uncontained and warned that all previous evacuations and road closures remain in effect and additional evacuations are possible as the fires move.
At the same time, Cal Fire released its first official incident report for the fires around Napa, which they have combined into a single incident for reporting purposes. As of Tuesday morning, the fires had consumed about 31,000 acres all together, 25,000 of which were in the Atlas Fire. About 125 structures had been destroyed but up to 5,000 were under threat.
None of the three fires had been contained at all, Cal Fire said. More than 450 firefighters were working the fires, with 50 engines, six water tenders, seven helicopters and eight fixed-wing tankers.
The cause of the blazes remain under investigation.