State officials are warning the fire danger is going to be high over the coming week and urging residents to use caution.
With temperatures forecast near 100 over the next week, and not a drop of rain in sight, CAL FIRE officials are saying conditions are ripe for wildfires.
That, combined with the Fourth of July week where people will be outside recreating more than normal, raises the threat even more.
As of press time on Tuesday, the National Weather Service had issued red flag warnings...
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