1. Evacuee Margo Eidson with small horses, second woman with dogs
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Margo Eidson, Evacuated from Upper Ojai:
"I have these two dogs plus three more dogs that my husband has right now. And the three horses, the two Minis and Georgia."
3. Eidson with horse
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Margo Eidson, Evacuated from Upper Ojai:
"I saw that it was going down into Santa Paula, but it could also, the winds could change with the Santa Anas very quickly and come west to us because it's done that before and it moves so fast you barely have time to get out."
5. Eidson pets horse
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Todd Derum, California Fire Incident Commander:
"So for tonight what I have to report, a lot of things continue to change with the extreme fire behavior and the predicted winds that we have been experiencing should be continuing. They continue to challenge us. Our fire is over 50,000 acres and still, is still growing. We have a mandatory evacuations in the areas around the entire fire."
7. Evacuees with horse, dogs
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Rich Thompson, National Weather Service Meteorologist:
"We had wind gusts this morning, anywhere from 35 to 50 miles per hour across the fire area. Relative humidity has dropped down anywhere between thee and ten percent. So it's a combination of those gusty Santa Ana winds, and the very low humidity which led to the explosive fire growth which you see now, as the commander said, now over 50,000 acres as we speak. Forecast wise for tonight and tomorrow we're expecting the Santa Ana winds to decrease in intensity, probably looking for gusts around maybe between 20 and 35 miles an hour tonight and tomorrow."