CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES: Not Expected to Get Better

California is in store for another day of strong Santa Ana winds which are continuing to the fuel more than a dozen wildfires across the state.

The Getty Fire near Los Angeles and the Kincade Fire in Northern California continue to torch hundreds of acres of land and force people to evacuate their homes. Rolling power outages, which have been ordered by Pacific Gas & Electric to reduce the risk of more wildfires, is leaving close to one-million people in the dark.

Weather conditions aren’t expected to improve for at least another couple of days. Strong winds and dry air will continue to fan the flames. (USA Today)