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SAN FRANCISCO – There is no relief in sight for California firefighters, as they fight more than 1,400 blazes including the massive, stubborn fire in the Big Sur region.

Fire crews have surrounded more than 1,420 blazes, according to the state’s office of Emergency Planning, but the end is still not in sight. Some 364,600 acres — or almost 570 square miles — have burned.

The Associated Press said Monday morning that a “red flag warning” — meaning the most extreme fire danger — was still in effect for Northern California until 8 a.m. EDT Monday. And the weather in the coming days and months isn’t expected to help efforts. Click the link below for the full story:

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