Live Interactive Map: Fires burning across Southern California

LA CONCHITA, CA - DECEMBER 07: A person bicycles as a section of the Thomas Fire burns on a bluff on December 7, 2017 in La Conchita, California. Many evacuation holdouts were forced to flee the small seaside town as the flames approached. Strong Santa Ana winds are rapidly pushing multiple wildfires across the region, expanding across tens of thousands of acres and destroying hundreds of homes and structures. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

VENTURA (KRON) — Several raging fires are devouring tens of thousands of acres across Southern California.

The National Interagency Fire Center has created a live map using aggregated data from fire agencies and departments.

The interactive map shows the devastation of Thomas Fire, Rye Fire, Skirball Fire, Creek Fire, Little Mountian Fire and any other fire that has caused any damage.

The dark red areas mark the fire perimeter.

In the map above, red dots on the maps are current fire hot spots.

Orange dots indicate a fire has burned there in the last 12 to 24 hours.

Yellow dots are areas that have burned in the last 24 to 48 hours.

It’s important to note, not everything inside the yellow perimeter lines was burned.

The latest incident map from Cal Fire:



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