Of the two fires that makeup the Mendocino Complex Fire, the River Fire, which has burned over 47,000 acres, has the largest containment, sitting at 58 percent contained.
A new mandatory evacuation order went out in Lake County late Friday morning for the Mendocino Complex Fire, according to authorities.
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"Unstable conditions, shifting winds, steep terrain and dry fuels continue to challenge firefighters", a state fire update warned, noting that 35-mph wind gusts were expected on ridgetops that could whip up the flames.
The Mendocino Complex Fire, made up of two separate conflagrations that merged near Ukiah, north of Sacramento, exploded by 25 percent overnight and had blackened almost 400 square miles as of Sunday morning, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said.
California's current year-round fire season is producing more extreme and destructive blazes than in the past.
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A little further northwest, Blankenheim said the fire "did cross High Valley Road several places", but firefighters were able to build dozers lines and dropped "a lot of retardant on the mountain there and kept it from coming down into town".
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Firefighters had managed to contain 41 percent of the Carr blaze by Saturday evening, and authorities were allowing some evacuees to return.
The National Weather Service issued red flag warnings of critical fire weather conditions through Saturday night, saying a series of dry low-pressure systems passing through the region could bring wind gusts of up to 35 miles per hour (56 kph) that could turn small fires or even sparks into racing walls of flames.
The fire continued to torch homes and buildings Sunday as thousands of firefighters battled the blaze.
The fire, which is centered about 200 miles north of San Francisco, has been one of this year's most prominent blazes, an emblem of the yearly destruction visited on a state grappling with extreme weather that has made severe wildfire seasons more likely, scientists say.
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But with the additional aircraft freed from the River Fire, Blankenheim said "that area is starting to look up, and we're starting to feel like we're getting ahead of the game".
A blackened landscape is shown from wildfire damage near Keswick, California.
The blaze is now 41 percent contained.
On Thursday, the National Weather Service said that, according to preliminary information, the winds of the column were moving at speeds of 143 miles per hour, classifying it as an EF-3 tornado on the Enhanced Fujita scale, which rates tornado intensity on a range of zero to five.
The fire burned slowly for days before winds suddenly whipped it up last week and drove it furiously through brush and timber.
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