Lightning from the string of thunderstorms that passed over the Bay Area early Sunday sparked numerous fires. The map above shows the approximate location of some of the larger ones.
1 & 2: Point Reyes. The national seashore said at 1 p.m. that two fires were under control, one near the Estero Trailhead and a second at an unspecified site in the Southern Olema Valley.
3: Deer Complex. Four fires near Dear Valley Road and Marsh Creek Road in Eastern Contra Costa County had burned about 200 acres by 1 p.m.; two of them were contained. The largest, the Round Fire, started in Round Valley Regional Park and prompted an evacuation warning.
4: Arroyo Fire. Off Arroyo Road near Lake Del Valle. Burned 50 acres in a little more than an hour.
5: Marsh Fire. Near Arroyo Hondo and Oakridge roads, east of Calaveras Reservoir. Had burned 120 acres by 2 p.m.
6: Oropeza Court. A lightning-sparked structure fire in San Jose destroyed an apartment unit.
7: Brush Fire. Off Brush Road near Highway 17. Contained around 6 a.m.
8: Warnella Fire. Along Highway 1 north of Davenport.
The fires started during the storms that rolled through between 3 and 8 a.m.
A red-flag warning, indicating heightened risk of wildfire, remains in effect for the Bay Area through Monday morning. A second wave of unsettled weather, likely to include more lightning, is expected overnight.