Looks like life got in Georgia’s way this morning
California is off to another record-breaking year of wildfires as the state enters its most dangerous months, with extreme heat and dry terrain creating the conditions for rapid spread.
More than twice as many acres burned in the first six months of this year than during the same period last year — and hundreds more fires, officials said.
June saw a series of destructive blazes that swept through rural counties at the northern edge of the state, fueled by a historic Pacific Northwest heat wave. But July is already shaping up to be worse.
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