Last updated at 2 p.m.

There are a few new developments today with the wildfires currently making their way across the North Bay, including new evacuation orders.

In the Chronicle's live update of the situation, they report that the death toll has risen to 21, as six more victims were confirmed between yesterday afternoon and today. They also report that of the 300 total people reported missing in Sonoma County, 110 have been found. A separate report from KRON 4 puts the total number of injured so far at 180.

The Atlas Fire and Nuns Fire are the only two of the most nearby fires to have any containment announced as of Wednesday morning, according to Cal Fire. As of 8 a.m. the Atlas Fire has now burned 42,349 acres and is 3% contained, while the Nuns Fire has grown to 7,626 acres and is now 2% contained — both fires grew overnight. The Tubbs fire has consumed 28,000 acres, destroyed 600 structures, and is currently threatening to destroy 16,000 more. In total, the fires have consumed a total of 170,000 acres so far, or roughly 265 square miles of land, much of it in heavily populated wine country.

Evacuation orders have also expanded, with more areas now being asked to evacuate to safety. The town of St. Helena was put on warning Tuesday night as the Nuns Fire crossed into Napa County and had begun scorching Mt. Vedeer, about 10 miles to the south. They are still not being evacuated, but as the Chronicle reports, Dry Creek Road is now closed and evacuated from Orchard Avenue to Oakville Grade.

You can check all the current evacuation orders here on Cal Fire's site, but according to ABC 7, other evacuation areas include:

In Geyserville, the following areas are under a mandatory evacuation: Hwy 128 between 1922 Hwy 128 and the Russian River Nutter Rd, Sellers RD, River Rd, Fay Ranch Rd, Ridge Oaks Rd, Fox Ridge Rd, Vineyard Rd, Woodridge Rd, Deerpath Dr, Ram Hill Rd, Rockmouth Rd, Colony Rd, Lakewood Ln.

In Sonoma County, officials issued mandatory evacuation orders for the Annadel Heights neighborhood. Evacuations have also been ordered for in Sonoma Valley for: Moon Mountain Road, Mission Way, London Way, Martin Road, Cavedale Road, and Adobe Way. Also, officials are recommending Agua Caliente residents along Hwy 12 between Agua Caliente Road and Madrone Road are ready to evacuate if necessary.

KRON 4 reports that evacuation orders have also expanded in Solano County and Calistoga.

In Solano County, the Sheriff's Office posted a map to Twitter outlining the new evacuation area.

The City of Calistoga issued a statement regarding updated evacuation orders and shelter facilities as well.

Calistoga Evacuation Order As a result of significant changing fire conditions, CalFire has ordered mandatory evacuations of the following areas of Calistoga: Residents North of Grant Street All remaining areas of Calistoga are under an advisory alert and can await further notice or begin voluntary evacuations

Exit the City via the Silverado Trail South to Zinfandel lane then West to SR 29 South
You may also exit the City via SR29 South

Shelter is available at Napa Valley College 2277 Napa Vallejo Hwy, Napa

All previous coverage of the North Bay Wildfires on SFist.