Evacuation orders have been lifted for residents of some 200 homes, as crews make good progress against a wildfire burning near the Northern California town of Weaverville.
13,000 homes and businesses have been ordered to evacuate as firefighters race to stop a second massive wildfire raging near the entrance to Yosemite National Park.
Smoke from a trailer fire near Mount Umunhum just south of San Jose was widely seen across the area before fire crews put it out Monday morning.
A wildfire burning for almost two weeks in Mendocino County is still just 35 percent contained.
Firefighters are working to put out nine wildfires that were sparked by lightning in the northeastern corner of California as a stubborn blaze to the west in Mendocino County continues to challenge crews.
A body has been found in the area of the Bully Fire burning in Shasta County that has burned over 10,000-acres.
Hot, windy weather conditions are causing problems for firefighters who are battling a large wildfire in Shasta County.
A vegetation fire that has burned nearly 6,500 acres near Lake Berryessa in Solano and Yolo counties is 71 percent contained Tuesday evening, according to Cal Fire officials.
All evacuation orders have now been lifted and all public roads are open, but firefighters continue to battle the blaze in steep, rugged terrain with difficult access.
A wildland fire is burning about 200 acres in southern Monterey County, prompting the evacuation of some 200 homes in the area Monday afternoon, a Cal Fire spokesman said.