(1 of ) Map of the wider Central LNU Complex fire area, Tuesday morning, Oct. 17. Yellow hatch areas show area of fire damage, red and orange dots currently active fire zones. This is the last in the series, click through to see in reverse order the path of the fires affecting the Sonoma Valley, October 2017.
(2 of ) Updated map showing currently and recently active fires in the Sonoma Valley. Yellow cross-hatch areas show areas of burn, from late Oct. 8 to late afternoon a week later, Oct. 16.
(3 of ) Monday morning, Oct. 16, fire map shows the focus of current fire-fighting has moved to the north end of Sonoma Valley, Hood Mountain Regional and Sugarloaf Ridge State parks.
(4 of ) National Fire Situational Awareness map from maps.nwcg.gov/sa of the Sonoma Valley and surrounding area, 8:45 am Sunday, Oct. 15.
(5 of ) Sonoma Valley fire status map, Saturday afternoon, Oct. 14.
(6 of ) Close view of fires in the immediate area of City of Sonoma, 3 p.m., Saturday Oct. 14.
(7 of ) Sonoma Valley fires, active map as of 8:20 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 14.
(8 of ) View of current and recent fires, and area of burn coverage, as of 11:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 13. https://maps.nwcg.gov/sa
(9 of ) The live fire map as of 5 p.m. on Friday.
(10 of ) View of the Sonoma Valley fires coverage, 6:30 pm, Thursday Oct. 12.
(11 of ) Fire progress map as of 8 a.m., Thursday Oct. 12.
(12 of ) Wednesday evening, Oct. 11, 7 pm view of hot spots (red). From nwcg.gov, the National Wildlife Coordinationg Group.
(13 of ) Wednesday morning, Oct. 11, computer generated map of Sonoma County Tubbs/Nuns Fires, and Atlas Fire in Napa. sonomamap.maps.arcgis.com/apps/
(14 of ) Wildfire by Enplan, Tuesday Oct. 10, 4:45 pm. https://app.mapport.com/wildfire-viewer/?share=C0IF7LB3. Yellow fires are the most recent, dark red the oldest.
(15 of ) Active fire map as of 4:30 pm, Oct. 10. National Wildfire Coordinating Group, https://maps.nwcg.gov/sa/#/%3F/38.3399/-122.4765/12
(16 of ) Fire progress map, 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 9.