Winds fueled the westward spread of the massive wildfire into Santa Barbara County, triggering new evacuations. The fire has burned through 200,000 acres — and that number will probably rise.
As of Sunday morning, both fires were 90 percent contained and all evacuation orders had been lifted.
It's eerily quiet in Clearpoint, a Ventura neighborhood where the Thomas Fire destroyed dozens of homes.
The Skirball Fire burning in the Bel Air area was 75 percent contained by Saturday afternoon, with most — but not all — evacuation orders lifted.
Southern California's largest fire grew has scorched 155,000 acres, but crews succeeded at keeping containment at 15 percent.
Once flames met ferocious winds, fire crews were mostly powerless to stop walls of flame that forced hundreds of thousands of people to flee from their homes.
A fire burning in northern San Diego County held steady at 4,100 acres overnight, with crews increasing containment to 20 percent.
Containment of a fire in the Santa Clarita area increased overnight, according to an early Saturday morning Cal Fire update.