• The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning across the Bay Area that'll stay into effect until at least Monday night. Dry lightning and strong gusts threaten to spark even more wildfires across the region, as well as fuel the fires already burning — many of which are less than 20 percent contained. [KRON4]
  • The LNU Lightning Complex and SCU Lightning Complex fires are now nearly the same size. Yesterday, it was confirmed the LNU and SCU Lightning Complex fires became the second and third largest in the state's history, but the most recent figures from CAL FIRE put both fires at nearly the same size. [CAL FIRE]
  • Multiple brush fires burned along I-280 in South San Francisco Saturday afternoon and evening. The three fires — which were reported around 4:30 p.m. — have since been contained, but the San Bruno fire chief has admitted the fires appear “suspicious” in nature; investigators are looking to determine the cause of them and over 50 firefighters remained on the scene Saturday. [NBC Bay Area]
  • The San Francisco Giants beat out Arizona's Diamondbacks 5-1 Saturday. [Chronicle]
  • An Alameda library is creating a first of its kind "clean air center" for people trying to escape the poor air quality filling much of the Bay Area. [ABC7]
  • If you weren't already an emotional wreck: this series of images showing a llama that was injured by the LNU Complex fires being consoled and comforted by animal rescuers will surely do the trick. [Twitter]
  • New evacuation orders were given to certain Alameda County residents Sunday as nearby blazes continue to grow virtually uncontained. [ABC7]
  • Saturday, the House passed a bill to put $25B in emergency funding into the U.S. Postal Service — and reverse the recent operational changes that were widely criticized as a means of subversive voter suppression. [CNBC]

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