San Diego Fire Crews Battling Intense Hot Spots for Third Day
Janill Gilbert stashed this in California
Fire crews in Southern California battled nine wildfires ravaging mainly San Diego County for a third day on Thursday after flames whipped by dry winds and intense heat scorched more than 9,000 acres and forced 21,000 people from their homes.
At least 400 acres have burned in the city of Carlsbad since Wednesday, although the blaze there is about 60 percent contained, fire officials said early Thursday.
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Feels like this will be a bad year for fires.
Yes it does seem like it will be a bad fire year, we certainly are set up for it. Maybe it will not be too bad, because we will be so prepared ;)
Maybe. Having a water shortage doesn't help.