Fire danger remains high, says CAL FIRE

Cooler weather is welcomed, after the hot summer heat, and the hint of rain gives hope that relief is on the way, but don’t let these conditions fool you.
CAL FIRE officials said this region is beginning to enter the most critical time of year for fire. With the last substantial rainfall exceeding six months and most of California suffering from extreme drought, vegetation is extremely receptive and ready to burn.
The CAL FIRE Madera-Mariposa Merced Unit (MMU) wants residents to remain vigilant ...

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