A charred car sits on the side of the road after the Atlas Fire raged along Atlas Peak Drive in Napa, Calif. Wednesday, October 11, 2017. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)

A charred car sits on the side of the road after the Atlas Fire raged along Atlas Peak Drive in Napa, Calif. Wednesday, October 11, 2017. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)

Full containment of North Bay fires expected by end of week

Containment of the three fires in Sonoma and Napa counties that have burned 110,720 acres since Oct. 8 has reached 90 percent as of 7 a.m. Monday, Cal Fire said.

The Tubbs Fire that killed 23 people in Sonoma County is at 94 percent containment. The Pocket Fire in the Geyserville and Cloverdale area is at 89 percent, and the Nuns Fire in Sonoma and Napa counties is at 90 percent, according to Cal Fire.

Cal Fire said full containment is expected Friday. The three fires have destroyed 6,768 structures and damaged 476 structures, according to Cal Fire.

Hot, dry and windy conditions were expected in certain areas Monday, and fire crews will remain in the area to mop up, Cal Fire said.

All state parks in the fire area remain closed.

The Coffey Park and Fountain Grove areas of Santa Rosa and the Glen Ellen and Kenwood areas south of Santa Rosa were open to residents with identification over the weekend.

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