Cal Fire on Saturday reported the LNU Lightning Complex fires grew to 373,324 acres overnight and was 41 percent contained.
The blazes burning in Sonoma, Napa, Lake, Yolo, Solano and Colusa counties have killed five people and destroyed 1,080 structures.
Another 30,500 structures are threatened by the fires, which started Aug. 17.
At the fire’s height, about 42,000 Sonoma County residents had been ordered to evacuate or warned that they may have to soon.
As of Friday afternoon, 2,127 residents were still evacuated and 1,507 residents were in evacuation warning zones, county officials said.
Officials in Napa County on Friday announced the opening of a local center to assist those impacted by the 2020 Lightning Complex fires.
Individuals, families and business owners in the county can begin the process of receiving support through the Napa County Local Assistance Center.
The center will provide a location for “one stop information” for local, state and federal recovery sources that may become available, county officials said.
The center is located at the county’s Health and Human Services campus at 2751 Napa Valley Corporation Drive, Building A in Napa.
Services are available in English and in Spanish by appointment or through a limited first come first served basis, county officials said.
The center is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.