Updated Sunday, Oct. 27, 6:30 p.m.
All evacuation orders for the Kincade Fire remain in place Sunday evening. Authorities said conditions remained unpredictable and containment of the fire decreased from earlier in the day to 5%.
The fire has grown to more than 54,000 acres, and about 180,000 residents have been displaced from their homes.
Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a statewide emergency "due to the effects of unprecedented high-wind events which have resulted in fires and evacuations across the state."
Authorities issued more evacuation orders Sunday as historic winds fueled the fire throughout the day. The National Weather Service said wind gusts topped 90 mph Sunday morning in Healdsburg Hills North.
At the Sunday evening press conference, authorities reported that the high wind event continues to challenge fire crews. Conditions are expected to improve Monday through Tuesday, but dry winds are expected to hit the area from Tuesday night into Wednesday.