Extreme fire weather scenario unfolding in SoCal

Quick update today. Beautiful fall weather in the northern half of the state this PM but scorching heat, low humidity and powerful Santa Ana winds are occuring in SoCal. Whittaker Peak has seen a wind gust to 108 mph already. Numerous large and dangerous wildfires have spread across SoCal and northern Mexico this PM…the 4 pm visible satellite loop looks a lot like it did during the infamous 2003 fire event. Bad news: this event is going to last at least another 72 hours…


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