Firestorm Leaves ‘Mass Destruction’ in California

Climate Central: The catastrophic wildfires burning in California, which killed at least one person over the weekend and injured several others, are being fueled by high temperatures, strong winds and years of withering drought influenced by climate change. The Valley Fire ignited in drought-stricken Northern California early Saturday afternoon, destroying more than 400 homes and scorching 50,000 acres -- an area more than twice the size of Manhattan -- within about 12 hours. "It's a true firestorm -- extremely......

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