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The Glass Fire in Napa County is now almost fully contained, but for those returning to the ruins the wildfire left in its wake, it is far from over.

See a map of buildings burned by the Glass Fire in Napa County

The Glass Fire is 74 percent contained, Cal Fire said in a Friday morning update. The blaze, which started in Napa County on Sept. 27 and then raced across the Mayacamas Mountains into Sonoma County, has burned 67,484 acres.

LIVE VIDEO: @CierraWKBW  is live at 6:35 a.m. with the latest on Glass Fire evacuees gradually returning home in Calistoga and other areas of Napa County.

Glass Fire continues to destroy homes, businesses in Napa and Sonoma County

The Glass Fire continued its march toward Lake County Sunday, triggering new evacuation orders for residents living in northern Napa County.

The Kern County Fire Department is joining the fight against the Glass Fire burning in Napa County.

UPDATE: Evacuation orders are now in place for Northern Napa County bordered on the West by Highway 29 at the Robert Louis Stevenson trailhead due to the Glass Fire.

GLASS FIRE: Fire fighters try to make progress as the #GlassFire  continues to burn in remote areas. @KRON4WTran  reports from Napa County.

VIDEO: Images posted by the Alameda County Fire Department on Facebook show some of the intense interventions firefighters have been involved in as they battle the Glass Fire that is currently tearing through Napa and Sonoma Counties in California

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In this long exposure photograph, burning hills create a flaming landscape during the Glass fire in Napa County's St. Helena, California 📸 Josh Edelson

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Some dry north winds starting to filter into Napa county. This image from the St Helena cam shows the Glass Fire. Red arrows indicate north winds aloft with black arrow showing upslope flow at low levels. North winds overnight will turn NW by Thursday afternoon w. Red Flag Wrn

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Napa County Sheriff’s Office warns people not to wait 'until the last second to evacuate' the expanding Glass Fire.

Strong winds and dry conditions combine to cause explosive growth in the Glass Fire burning in California’s Napa County.

Glass Fire threatens homes in Napa County’s Angwin as record-breaking heat continues in California.

NAPA COUNTY CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES — Chateau Boswell burning one the #GlassFire  in St. Helena, California.  Glass Mountain Inn Bed and Breakfast burned too. 2268 structures threatened, 2500 acres burned, 0% contained. Video: @AP 

The Glass Fire in Napa County has rapidly scorched at least 2,500 acres and is zero percent contained, Cal Fire says.

LOOK: Napa County's Glass Fire has already burned through 800+ acres of land in Northern California.  Evacuations are underway

UPDATE: The Glass Fire in Napa County has grown to 1,000 acres and remains at 0% containment. Our SkyRanger remains above the fire zone. Watch live aerial coverage here.

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