A wildfire in Northern California has already scorched over a thousand acres.
The Sand Fire is located in Yolo county and has burned its way through over 1,800 acres.
According to CalFire, the fire was first reported just before 3PM local time Saturday afternoon.
At this time, it remains fast-moving as dry and windy conditions continue across the region.
At least 500 firefighters are working to contain the blaze and residents along County Road 41 there have been evacuated.
The cause of the fire is unknown and at least five other fires are currently burning across California.
Saturday morning, Pacific Gas & Electric cut power to 1,600 residents in the area in an effort to prevent a fire.
The utility also opened the possibility that 30,000 others could see a power cut.