Maps: Fires burning in Sonoma and Napa counties

Tubbs Fire

(KRON) — Several fires raging in Sonoma and Napa counties are destroying tens of thousands of acres and are sending residents fleeing for their lives.

Authorities said that at least 14 people are dead, 100 injured, and as many as 2,000 homes and businesses have been destroyed. All three figures are expected to surge in the coming days as more information is reported.

On Monday, Cal Fire said there are 14 fires burning in eight counties in Northern California.

Here’s a look at where some of the most devastating of those fires are burning, according to Cal Fire:

Tubbs Fire – Napa & Sonoma County

  • Located off of Hwy 128 and Bennett Ln, Calistoga. It has spread into Sonoma County, mainly into Santa Rosa
  • 27,000 acres burned
  • 571 structures destroyed – 550 residential, 21 commercial
  • Mandatory Evacuations: Monticello Park, Silverado Country Club, Hardman/McKinley/Estee, Circle Oaks, Buhman, Wild Horse Valley Road, Silverado Trail from Trancas to SR 128, SR 128 to Moskowite.
  • Advisory: Lovall Valley

Atlas Fire – Napa County

  • Located off of Atlas Peak Road, south of Lake Berryessa
  • 25,000 acres burned
  • 125 structures destroyed
  • 5,000 structures threatened
  • Mandatory Evacuations: Monticello Park, Silverado Country Club, Hardman/McKinley/Estee, Circle Oaks, Buhman, Wild Horse Valley Road, Silverado Trail from Trancas to SR 128, SR 128 to Moskowite
  • Advisory: Lovall Valley

Atlas Fire

Nuns Fire – Sonoma County

  • Located off of Hwy 12, just north of Glen Ellen
  • 5,000 acres burned
  • 5,000 structures threatened
  • Mandatory Evacuations: Monticello Park, Silverado Country Club, Hardman/McKinley/Estee, Circle Oaks, Buhman, Wild Horse Valley Road, Silverado Trail from Trancas to SR 128, SR 128 to Moskowite, Monteceto/Monte Vista
  • Advisory: Lovall Valley
Nuns Fire

Patrick Fire – Napa County 

  • Located off Patrick Road, west of Napa
  • 1,000 acres burned
  • 5,000 acres threatened
  • Mandatory Evacuations: Monticello Park, Silverado Country Club, Hardman/McKinley/Estee, Circle Oaks, Buhman, Wild Horse Valley Road, Silverado Trail from Trancas to SR 128, SR 128 to Moskowite, Monteceto/Monte Vista
  • Advisory: Lovall Valley
Patrick Fire

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