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Sept. 11 fire watch for San Benito County

SCU Lightning Complex at 396,624 acres burned and 98% contained, full containment is expected Sept. 12; this will be the final daily fire watch for the time being.

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Sept. 9 fire watch for San Benito County

SCU Lightning Complex at 396,624 acres burned and 96% contained. Full containment expected on Sept. 12.

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Sept. 8 fire watch for San Benito County

SCU Lightning Complex at 396,624 acres burned and 94% contained; air quality currently unhealthy for sensitive groups.

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Sept. 4 fire watch for San Benito County

SCU Lightning Complex at 396,624 acres burned and 82% contained; excessive heat watch in effect Labor Day weekend.

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Sept. 3 fire watch for San Benito County

SCU Lightning Complex at 391,578 acres burned and 78% contained.

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Sept. 2 fire watch for San Benito County

SCU Lightning Complex at 391,578 acres burned and 72% contained; National Weather Service issues excessive heat watch for Labor Day weekend.

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Sept. 1 fire watch for San Benito County

SCU Lightning Complex Fire at 390,157 acres burned and 70% contained.

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Aug. 31 fire watch for San Benito County

SCU Lightning Complex at 383,157 acres burned and 60% contained as of Aug. 31; River and Carmel fires close to full containment. Still no evac orders for San Benito County.

Aug. 27 evacuation map.

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Aug. 27 fire watch for San Benito County

The SCU Lightning Complex Fire has burned 368,671 acres and is 35% contained as of 7:33 a.m. The air quality remains poor with sensitive groups being at risk.

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Aug. 26 fire watch for San Benito County

The SCU Lightning Complex Fire has burned 365,772 acres and is 25% contained as of 2:37 p.m. SBC Sheriff's Office states 'great progress' made on southern and southeastern sides of fire.