Thunderstorms moved through Southern Oregon and Northern California Tuesday night, with thousands of lightning strikes recorded on both sides of the state line.
The National Weather Service reports more than 1,200 downstrikes in Jackson County alone.
And so the Oregon Department of Forestry reports multiple fires caused by lightning, most of them less than two acres in size.
The Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest also reports more than a dozen new fires, also small. Crews scattered in search of new smokes.
Rain arrived with the lightning, dampening potential fire fuels. More thunder and rain are forecast into Thursday.