Man-made climate change will likely increase the risk of extreme fire seasons in California over the coming decades, according to a new report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The report also indicated that 2014 offered up the highest risk for extreme fires of any year on record, According to the study, high risk means "more days with intense heat and little or no recent rain, creating the perfect conditions for a big blaze."
By Garrison FrostNovember 06, 2015
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