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Forecasters warn of critical fire danger this week because of high winds and low humidity

Powerful winds, low humidity and landscapes left very dry from years of drought could create critical fire danger conditions in the Southland this week, starting Wednesday, forecasters said. Gusty, northerly “sundowner” winds, with gusts up to 40 mph, are expected to begin Wednesday evening along...
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