Here’s where California fires are burning

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Wildfire Map: Here’s where California fires are burning



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Wildfire Map: Here’s where California fires are burning

California is on pace to have another record-setting wildfire season in 2021 as the state faces another year of drought conditions. The Golden State’s landscape is covered in extremely dry vegetation after a dry winter and early heat waves in 2021. Climate change has made the West warmer and drier in recent years and will continue to make weather more extreme and wildfires more frequent and destructive.Those who live in wildfire-prone areas can sign up for Cal Fire alerts to get up-to-date information about active wildfires near them. Residents can also access wildfire maps to stay in the know about fires in the area.In the map below, see information about Cal Fire’s Active Fires of Interest. (App Users: Can’t see the map? Click here.) In the map below, see information about fires across the country| RELATED | Fire Season 2021 Preparedness Guide: What to know, how to keep your family safeMore wildfire resources Cal FireU.S. Forest ServiceFEMAReady.GovDisasterAssistance.govCal OES — The Associated Press contributed reporting.

California is on pace to have another record-setting wildfire season in 2021 as the state faces another year of drought conditions.

The Golden State’s landscape is covered in extremely dry vegetation after a dry winter and early heat waves in 2021. Climate change has made the West warmer and drier in recent years and will continue to make weather more extreme and wildfires more frequent and destructive.

Those who live in wildfire-prone areas can sign up for Cal Fire alerts to get up-to-date information about active wildfires near them. Residents can also access wildfire maps to stay in the know about fires in the area.

In the map below, see information about Cal Fire’s Active Fires of Interest.

(App Users: Can’t see the map? Click here.)


In the map below, see information about fires across the country


| RELATED | Fire Season 2021 Preparedness Guide: What to know, how to keep your family safe

More wildfire resources

Cal Fire
U.S. Forest Service

FEMA

Ready.Gov
DisasterAssistance.gov
Cal OES

— The Associated Press contributed reporting.

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