Oprah Winfrey and Rob Lowe are among the California residents feeling the heat of the ongoing Thomas Fire ripping through Southern California.
The stars revealed on Twitter their homes are in the blaze’s possible path of destruction, and they’ve been forced to evacuate.
“Still praying for our little town. Winds picked up this morning creating a perfect storm of bad for firefighters,” Winfrey wrote, adding that so far, her house was still standing. “God bless every firefighter and their families. Fighting 3 weeks straight. Still going. Imagine their exhaustion!”
The former talk show host lives in the affluent Santa Barbara enclave of Montecito, Calif., which has faced mandatory evacuations as Thomas rages on.
The winds Winfrey mentioned were around 30 mph Saturday, with gusts around 60 mph, helping to fuel the flames that have been burning since Dec. 4 in what is now the third-largest fire in California history.
“Parks and Recreation” actor Lowe has also been updating fans on social media as to the state of his property.
He shared a photo of the blaze lurking behind his Santa Barbara home on Instagram Saturday, and later posted a photo of himself donning firefighting gear.
“Helping earlier today. You do what you can, but when it’s time…you GO,” he wrote, before describing the scene as “horror and beauty.”
Lowe revealed he was forced to evacuate last week.
Lowe live streamed his family’s evacuation from their home on Dec. 10.
“Praying for my town. Fires closing in. Firefighters making brave stands. Could go either way. Packing to evacuate now,” he wrote on Twitter.
Stars like Chrissy Teigen and Chelsea Handler were among those forced to evacuate earlier this month in Thomas’ early days.
The fire has been burning since Dec. 4, and a cause is still unknown.
Last week, Ellen DeGeneres tweeted that she’d been forced to evacuate her pets from her home, as the house potentially stood in Thomas’ path of destruction.