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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