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California's Deadly Wildfires: The Worst Is Yet to Come - The Atlantic
Yet the worst is probably still to come for much of the state. The California fire season usually ends with the first rains of fall. In recent years, these rains have been arriving later, and precipitation has concentrated in the darkest winter months. California’s hilly scrubland is at its driest—and most fire-prone—right before the rains arrive, so their delay can lengthen and intensify the fire season. Climate change appears likely to push the rains to even later in the year.
USA  California  wildfire  CampFire  WoolseyFire  climateChange  rain  fire 
november 2018 by petej
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