LOS ANGELES – The natural fires in northern California are now the biggest burn in the history of the American state. The fire in the region of Mendocino, about 150 miles north of San Francisco, has spread over an area of 114.800 acres.
The fires extend still. According to a meteorologist it looks not that the weather will help the fire to reduce. It remains warm and dry. The temperature may be in the coming days up to 43 degrees.
California had last year also had to contend with large natural fires. In the regions of Santa Barbara and Ventura burned when an area of about 114.078 acres.
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