The LNU Lightning Complex fires burning in Sonoma, Napa, and Solano counties continue to grow and stand at 25 percent containment as of last night. Cal Fire reports that the fires have burned more than 350-thousand acres, destroyed nearly one-thousand structures, and left five people dead. The bigger fires making up the complex are the Hennessey Fire in Napa and Lake counties and the Walbridge Fire in Sonoma County. The Hennessey Fire has burned nearly 300-thousand acres and is 29 percent contained, while the Walbridge Fire stands at almost 55-thousand acres and is seven percent contained.
The LNU Lightning Complex Fire is now the third-largest wildfire in California history. The SCU Complex Fire burning in Santa Clara County and the Central Valley is now the second-largest, having burned 360-thousand acres.