The massive wildfires that have destroyed more than 6,500 acres of forest and destroyed nearly 1,000 homes in the Golden State have left nearly 1 million people without power and forced tens of thousands to flee their homes.
In an effort to help the public avoid any potential disruptions, The Hill has compiled a list of counties that have already lost power and will be most impacted by the wildfires.
The list is compiled by The Hill based on a list compiled by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
While the list does not include all counties that were already affected by the fires, it does include counties that are still working to restore power and provide emergency services to residents.
The Hill’s tally includes six counties that did not have power before the fires:Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange and Ventura.
Five other counties on the list were previously without power: San Bernardino County, Santa Barbara County, San Diego County, Riverside County and San Benito County.
The largest wildfire in California history killed more than 1,500 people in a fire that began on Saturday and burned through Monday.
In addition to the devastating wildfires, California also has major flooding issues.
The state has received a record 6.8 inches of rain so far this month, and the San Francisco Bay area is expected to see more rain this weekend.