Cal Fire.The Butts Canyon vegetation fire has spread to 3,800 acres in Napa and Lake counties with 30-percent containment as of Wednesday at 8:45 p.m., according to
The agency reports 380 structures are threatened by the blaze, with two homes and seven outbuildings destroyed since the fire was first reported Tuesday at 12:08 p.m.
Evacuations are still in effect for residents along Butts Canyon Road from James Creek Road to Snell Valley Road, as well as the Berryessa Estates. An evacuation advisory is also posted for residents in Lake County on Butts Canyon Road from the Lake County line to Langtry Estates, according to officials.
This morning an inversion layer kept the fire activity minimal, however, around noon the weather warmed up and fire activity increased, according to the department.
The fire continues to burn northeast into Lake County toward Snell Peak, and is in a mix of grass, brush, oak and pine trees in steep, rugged terrain in a rural area, Cal Fire officials reported.
The firefighters are working in extreme high heat and humidity, with the potential for erratic winds. Cal Fire listed 16 county, state and federal agencies that are cooperating with the fire suppression efforts.
The California Highway Patrol and the Napa County Sheriff's Office also responded.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced today he has secured a federal grant that will partially reimburse local, state and tribal agencies that are responding.
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