(1 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.
(2 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.
(3 of ) National Fire Situational Awareness map from maps.nwcg.gov/sa of the Sonoma Valley and surrounding area, 8:45 am Sunday, Oct. 15.
(4 of ) Sonoma Valley fire status map, Saturday afternoon, Oct. 14.
(5 of ) Close view of fires in the immediate area of City of Sonoma, 3 p.m., Saturday Oct. 14.
(6 of ) Sonoma Valley fires, active map as of 8:20 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 14.
(7 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
(8 of ) The live fire map as of 5 p.m. on Friday.
(9 of ) View of the Sonoma Valley fires coverage, 6:30 pm, Thursday Oct. 12.
(10 of ) Fire progress map as of 8 a.m., Thursday Oct. 12.
(11 of ) Wednesday evening, Oct. 11, 7 pm view of hot spots (red). From nwcg.gov, the National Wildlife Coordinationg Group.
(12 of ) Wednesday morning, Oct. 11, computer generated map of Sonoma County Tubbs/Nuns Fires, and Atlas Fire in Napa. sonomamap.maps.arcgis.com/apps/
(13 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.
(14 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
(15 of ) Fire progress map, 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 9.