LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A number of fires broke out across the Southland Thursday as humidity dropped, temperatures rose and winds picked up.

On Friday morning, the Saddle Ridge fire that started near Sylmar has burned more than 4,000 acres and spread to the Newhall Pass, Granada Hills, and the Porter Ranch area continued to burn as firefighters reported zero percent containment.

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In Calimesa, the Sandalwood fire was 10 percent contained and had burned 500 acres. Mandatory evacuations were still in place, with shelters open.

The Reche fire in Moreno Valley burned 350 acres and was 10 percent contained. All evacuation orders had been lifted.

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In Newbury Park, the Wendy Fire was holding steady at 90 acres burned and was 25 percent contained. No evacuations were ordered for the brush fire that burned away from residential areas.