The Zogg Fire is one of nearly 30 wildfires burning in California.
The Glass Fire began Sunday as three fires that merged and drove vineyards and mountain areas into eastern Santa Rosa.
Steve Paulson says today's temps will range from the 70s to 90s
Several school districts in Sonoma County canceled classes Tuesday, even virtual ones, because of the wildfires and evacuations in the area.
California’s annual fall furnace is baking the Bay Area. For Santa Clara city road paving crews, and others who have to work outside, it’s a double dose of heat.
Parts of the luxury resort Meadowood went up in flames. Chateau Boswell was destroyed in the fire and much of Calistoga Ranch Resort also burned.
Fires in Napa and Sonoma Counties have forced thousands of people to evacuate to avoid the flames.
Here are the latest evacuation orders, evacuation warnings, and evacuation centers in the Glass Fire, burning in Napa County.
A fire started near St. Helena and began spreading rapidly, leading authorities to order evacuations in parts of Napa County.
Residents of the Oakmont Gardens senior living facility in Santa Rosa boarded brightly lit city buses in the darkness overnight, some wearing bathrobes and using walkers.
The wind speeds have dropped significantly compared to the early hours Monday when the Grass Fire erupted in size. However, it is very hot and dry and a big challenge for fire crews.
The Glass Fire incident continues to burn out of control in Sonoma and Napa counties.
State officials have said climate change and global warming are key factors in California wildfires with Gov. Gavin Newsom urging the federal government to take heed.
New fires broke out in Sonoma County on Sunday, leading to evacuation orders in Santa Rosa.
The school said all activities and classes, including ones held online, are canceled for the day. No other information was immediately available
Here is the latest weather forecast for the Bay Area.
Kyla Grogan has your Bay Area forecast for Monday, September 28, 2020.
Elissa Harrington reports.
The alert means it is illegal for Bay Area residents and businesses to burn wood or manufactured firelogs in fireplaces, woodstoves and inserts, pellet stoves, outdoor fire pits, or any other wood burning devices.
KTVU's Elissa Harrington spoke 1 on 1 with Napa County Fire Dept. Sunday afternoon to get an update on the Glass Fire.