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Kincade fire being fueled by monster wind gusts up to 76 mph, driving rapid spread  https://lat.ms/2Wfkvvl 

Update: the fire is an estimated 10,000 acres and has no containment, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection and local officials.  https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-10-23/kincade-fire-sonoma-county-prompts-evacuations 

UPDATE: Here's the updated evacuation zone as of 8:30 a.m. #kincadefire  https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-10-23/kincade-fire-sonoma-county-prompts-evacuations 

Here's a list of the #KincadeFire evacuations, road closures, school closures and shelters open so far.

Update: While the #KincadeFire smoke isn’t yet causing problems in the Bay Area, winds will shift Friday and could cause impacts to San Francisco International Airport by midday Friday, officials said.

The #KincadeFire is burning close to famed wineries in Geyserville. Some structures along Red Winery Road have been scorched.

Embers from the #KincadeFire pushed by winds have ignited blazes throughout the region, making it difficult for firefighters to make progress.

Video of the ignition of the #KincadeFire was captured by a camera from the ALERTWildfire program.

Here's an explainer on Diablo winds, the Northern California weather phenomenon fueling the #KincadeFire.

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