CALISTOGA (CBS13) — The destructive Glass Fire has been fully contained as of late Tuesday morning, Cal Fire says.

While the wildfire – burned into parts of Northern California’s wine country in Napa and Sonoma counties – is now 100 percent contained, firefighters say people may still see hot spots and suppression repair going on for the next few weeks.

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On Monday, the final evacuation orders that were still in effect in Sonoma County were lifted.

Cal Fire says residents should still remain vigilant, as parts of the area remain under a Red Flag Warning. Crews will still be actively patrolling the area to mitigate any hot spots that may pop up, the agency says.

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A total of 67,484 acres burned in the Glass Fire, which started on Sept. 27. Cal Fire has recorded a total of 1,555 structures destroyed and another 282 more damaged – including some wineries.

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Exactly what caused the Glass Fire is still under investigation, Cal Fire says.