The big brush fire burning in Henry Coe State Park, east of Morgan Hill, can be seen via a webcam up at the Mount Hamilton observatory. Movies of the previous 24-hours are here. And I've saved away the movie of 9/4, the big blowup, as a download.
Coe is a very steep and remote wilderness park. Many parts of it have a very heavy fuel load built up over the decades, and that plus hot winds from the interior are going to make things hard for Calfire. This area has 'needed to burn' for quite a while, so as long as the conflagration can be kept away from inhabited areas, the size of the fire shouldn't be too big a concern. Assuming it doesn't get so hot as to sterilize the soil, there should be spectacular post-fire wildflower displays next spring.