Helicopter View of "Tick Fire" Burning In California

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A brush fire has erupted along Interstate 405 near the Getty Center.

Several blazes ravaged the area last week as the combination of Santa Ana winds, low humidity and hot temperatures created risky fire conditions. "Olga spawned five reported tornadoes, all near Mobile, Alabama, Friday evening, doing damage to homes in that region.New Orleans International Airport, meanwhile, has recorded 5.71" of rain so far.

Thousands of Los Angles County residents forced to evacuate from the wind-driven Tick fire were allowed to return home late Friday amid cooler temperatures and calmer winds.

The Santa Clarita area is under a red flag warning as strong winds continue to blow Friday. "Whoa, Lord. What are we going to do?" the man, who identified himself as James, told NBC Los Angeles as the sky filled with a smoky haze.

"I mean, have a bag ready to go just in case but that's basically it", said Canyon Country resident Allyson Kovacs. "Wow. This is unbelievable". "Get out when we say get out".

He urged people to stay aware even if they can't see flames because there are plenty of hot spots. "These things can occur quickly", he said.

Instense fires also erupted over the border in Mexico's Baja California state, where local civil protection authorities said on Friday that three people had been killed and over 150 homes destroyed. Forecasters warn that the combination of gusty Santa Winds, low humidity and dry fuels could lead to rapid fire growth.

The Fair Oaks area south of the Antelope Valley Freeway in Canyon Country remained under a voluntary evacuation order, the sheriff's Santa Clarita Valley Station said.

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The tick fire has grown to 4,615 acres and is 25% contained, fire officials said Saturday morning, October 26.

Over the weekend, over 90,000 people in Northern California were ordered to evacuate their homes as the Kincade fire in Sonoma County raged on. The damage assessment is continuing. Around 1,300 firefighters are on the line and that number is expected to increase Cal Fire Chief Mike Parkes said.

No injuries were reported in the fire.

Californian officials warned Saturday that "extreme" wind conditions were set to fan wildfires across the north of the USA state as residents were ordered to evacuate and millions faced power cuts. And the L.A. County Fire Department will brief the press again on their progress at 5 p.m. this evening. And a power shutoff has left about a million in the dark across Northern California. More than 302,000 customers in the entire SCE service area - which ranges from Riverside County up through parts of Fresno, Madera and Mono counties - are on that list.

The upcoming wind system will push through the state Tuesday, Guy said, and Northern California will bear the brunt of it.

Southern California Edison also was conducting preventive power outages.

The hearth, which has consumed greater than four, 600 acres and destroyed or broken no less than 18 constructions, is 25% contained, Los Angeles County Sheriff's officers mentioned. The report PG&E filed with the California Public Utilities Commission said the company was aware of a malfunction at 9:20 p.m. Wednesday.

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