The fires are still largely uncontained and making advances in certain directions, but the wind situation was better today, allowing air support to work its magic on the flames. Many homes were saved.
The relative humidity is going up, and that will help as well.
The evacuees at Qualcomm and other shelters around the county seem to be doing pretty well as far as supplies go—though it must be awful to be sleeping on the floor of a stadium, wondering if your home is still standing. Qualcomm received so many donated supplies today that authorities actually requested people NOT bring any more for now, and they are sending their surplus to some of the other shelters.
People who would like to make donations are being asked to donate to the Red Cross.
If you live in San Diego and would like to volunteer at a shelter, here's a link to an organization that is coordinating volunteer efforts.
Some evacuees have been allowed to return to their homes, but over
300,000 500,000 San Diego County residents remain displaced tonight. More evacuations are expected over the next couple of days. 6800 structures are still in danger from the Witch Creek Fire, and some 2500 structures are in danger from the Harris fire. Those are the two biggies, but the smaller fires are serious business too.
Let's pray those winds stay calm tonight.