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Todays Headlines: Southern Californias first major wildfire of the season

Por: Los Angeles Times World October 13, 2021

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Here are the stories you shouldn’t miss today: Sundowner winds stymie fire crews as Alisal fire explodes There’s a time of year many Santa Barbara County residents fear, when the warm ocean breezes that typically meander in from the coast give way to fearsome, howling sundowner winds. They're exclusive to the area’s topography and have stoked some of its worst wildfires, including the 2016 Sherpa fire. It looked as though history... + full article



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