Yet another wildfire has sparked in Southern California Tuesday morning, this time in Riverside.
Cal Fire officials are calling the latest incident the "Water Fire" and say it started at about 7:20 a.m. in the community of Nuevo.
Initial reports from Cal Fire say multiple structures have already burned and evacuations have been issued in the area.
At last report, the fire had burned five acres but extreme red flag weather conditions are fueling flames across the Southland.
Hundreds of firefighters are working to control the Easy Fire that erupted in Simi Valley Tuesday near the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.