Monitoring The Catalina Wildfire   2 comments

Yesterday’s conditions cause a seven-day brush fire to start-up again, but with winds dying down, clouds moving in and lower temperatures has reduced the number of fires on the front ridge of the Catalina’s. This morning has already brought some rain to the area, without lightning.

— kenne

2 responses to “Monitoring The Catalina Wildfire

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  1. Wow. It is burning on Catalina Island too?

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