LNU Lightning Complex Fire
The LNU Lightning Complex fires were a large complex of wildfires that burned during the 2020 California wildfire season across much of the wine country area of Northern California – Lake, Napa, Sonoma, Solano, and Yolo Counties, from August 17 to October 2, 2020. The complex was composed of numerous lightning-sparked fires, most of which were small. The Hennessey Fire eventually grew to merge with the Gamble, Green, Markley, Spanish, and Morgan fires, scorching 192,000 acres by itself, for a total burn area of 363,220 acres in the complex. The fire, which burned in the hills surrounding several large cities, such as Fairfield, Napa, and Vacaville, destroyed 1,491 structures and damaged a further 232. In all, six people were killed and another five injured. At the time of containment, the LNU Lighting Complex was the fourth-largest wildfire in the recorded history of California.

Additional Resources:
Click here for Solano County Recovers
Click here for LNU Fire Cleanup & Rebuilding Information
Click here for Storm Ready Information
Click here for CAL FIRE Incident page for LNU Lightning Complex