Washington biggest fire in history could burn until it snows this fall

Mashable: The Okanogan Complex wildfire in Washington State has become the largest wildfire in state history, burning more than 400 square miles and counting, beating another fire that earned the dubious title just last year. As of Monday morning, the fire was only 10% contained, and officials warn that it could continue burning until snow arrives in the fall. See also: You can now Google your home to see if you should go solar The fire, which has now surpassed last year's Carlton Complex blazes, is......

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