California will burn until it rains — and climate change may keep future rains away
Dry weather looms ahead as fires rage across Southern California
Wildfires are spreading unchecked across Southern California, adding more infernos to the state’s worst fire season on record. A warm, dry fall in Southern California and strong offshore winds combined to create dangerous fire conditions that will probably get worse. As the winds continue to blow, a dome of warm, high-pressure air is forming over the West Coast that could keep California dry and flammable for weeks to come. The largest fire burning in Southern California started in the foothi...
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