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Wildfire Season in the West Lasts Longer and Longer

On the East Coast, the big danger comes from hurricanes, which are becoming ever more intense as ocean waters continue to warm. Here on the West Coast, we worry about wildfire season, which lasts longer and longer as summer temperatures linger into fall: Despite record-breaking rain and snowfall across the West in 2017, this year’s […]
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