Southern California's Wildfires Will Get Worse Before They Get Better

Southern California's Wildfires Will Get Worse Before They Get Better

[HuffPost] - 7/12/2017

It’s been the most destructive wildfire season in California history, and it’s getting worse. Conditions in California are especially ripe for devastating fires at the moment, with tinder-dry undergrowth; strong, volatile winds; and terrain that’s difficult for firefighters to traverse. Those (...)


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