Firefighters have made progress against a brush fire burning in the Cajon Pass.
A brush fire burning in rough terrain near San Francisquito Canyon in Castaic was 70 percent contained on Sunday, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
Firefighters continued to make progress overnight battling Southern California’s latest destructive wildfire, which burned 26 homes and threatened more than 500 others in the San Jacinto Mountains.
The Mountain Fire, which has burned 27,531 acres near Idyllwild since it broke out July 15, was 99 percent contained Monday afternoon.
The Mountain Fire is 98 percent contained, according to authorities.
Full containment was initially expected Wednesday, however, officials said the fire was only at 91 percent contained.
The Hathaway Fire, which has scorched 3,807 acres in the San Gorgonio Wilderness area, was 73 percent contained as of Monday night.
Firefighters are conducting mop-up operations at the scene of the big wildfire that scorched 32,032 acres in the span of a week near a utility facility near Palmdale.
A big Southern California wildfire has been reduced to ashes and embers but authorities say it’s still a threat.
The Springs Fire was 75 percent contained as of early Monday, aided by cool, wet weather that hit the Southland overnight, Ventura County Fire Department officials said.
A brush fire that charred about 125 acres and forced the evacuation of 200 homes in Monrovia is 85 percent contained.
A brush fire that started Thursday afternoon in the Santa Ana River bottom is 40 percent contained as of Friday.
Los Angeles firefighters have fully contained a 90-acre brush fire on the mountain near the famed Getty Center art museum.
Los Angeles fire officials say they expect to fully contain a wildfire near the Getty Center art museum above Interstate 405 on Sunday.
Campers who were evacuated because of the Williams fire will have an opportunity to retrieve their belongings on Saturday.