The Rim Fire in the Sierras grew overnight to 133,980 acres and remained at only 7% contained on Sunday morning, Cal Fire said.
Crews successfully conducted fire operations on the west side of the fire to keep it from spreading toward the Highway 108 corridor. The fire, however, continues to grow to the northeast and east.
About 2,846 firefighters are battling the blaze - including more than 125 from Fresno County. The fire started on Aug. 17 and has destroyed 23 structures while threatening 4,500 homes.
An evacuation advisory has been issued for Tuolumne City and the area east of Highway 108 to Mi-Wok Village.
Highway 120 to Crane Flat Campground in Yosemite National Park remains closed to all traffic.
Rim fire, as of Aug. 24, 2013
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