Higher temperatures and lower humidity are accelerating fire activity in the rugged Klamath and Six Rivers National Forests. Three lightning fires west of Happy Camp being managed together as the Eclipse Complex are now more than 60,500 acres, with 24% overall containment. More than 1100 people are fighting that complex. There are over 1250 personnel on the six fires of the Salmon Complex in the Marble Mountains west of Etna, which have swelled to nearly 18,000 acres with overall containment of 19%. The Orleans Complex of 19 fires in the Six Rivers National Forest has slowed considerably at around 11,300 acres with overall containment of 51%. Evacuations have been advised for some homes in Dunsmuir as a fire spreads along a ridge over the west side of town. It’s at around 60 acres.