Fire crews gained some ground battling the wildfires in Southern California. At the peak of these fires wind gusts topped more than 70 miles-per-hour. Now this morning they're at 20 miles-per-hour.
The three wildfires have been burning since Thursday, and have consumed more than 35-thousand acres. Flames are making their way towards the diamond bar community, where officials issued a mandatory evacuation.
Officials say the cause of the fires is still under investigation, but do say the Santa Barbara area fire was "human caused".