BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. — UPDATE: 6:35 a.m.

The evacuation warnings issued over the Stone Fire in Butte County were lifted Monday morning, Butte County Sheriff confirmed.

The small, 5-acre fire near the Berry Creek area did not do much damage to total land, but it forced officials to issue evacuations to several areas that could have been impacted by potential spreading.

Butte County fire officials lifted the evacuation warnings for the following areas:

  • Encina Grande Road, from Truman Journey Way and all roads going off Encina Grande Road, to include Bloomer Hill Road and Black Bear Road.
  • All of Mann Avenue.
  • South end of Black Bear Road.

There area several other fires burning across rural communities in Northern California, including the Walker Fire in Plumas County, which has burned at least 38,000 acres as of Monday morning.

California's early fire season has been quiet compared to last year, burning less than 100,000 acres so far compared to 622,654 acres this time last year.

ORIGINAL:

An evacuation warning has been issued in Butte County after a new fire, the so-called Stone Fire, flared up in the Berry Creek area, the Butte County Sheriff’s Office said.

The following locations are under the warning:

  • Encina Grande Road, from Truman Journey Way and all roads going off Encina Grande Road, to include Bloomer Hill Road and Black Bear Road.
  • All of Mann Avenue.
  • South end of Black Bear Road.

Just after 11 p.m., the Cal Fire Butte Unit said that the fire had grown to about 5 acres. The cause has not yet been determined. Video images of the Stone Fire could be seen on PG&E’s Alert Wildfire cameras in the Shasta-Modoc region.

This is the third fire currently burning in Butte County, along with the Swedes and Forbestown fires.

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