A fire burst under the moon, Thursday, July 30, 2015.

A fire burst under the moon, Thursday, July 30, 2015.


The cases of California wildfires are year is so high but the land burned isn’t that high. The outcome of suitable weather and additional firefighters-who can rapidly be trapped out to corral blazes, fire officials say.

Since Jan. 1, about 5,200 fires have burned on state and federal lands, according to the U.S. Forest Service. That’s 10 percent more than last year, but the 74,000 acres is 6 percent smaller.

The California Nationwide Protector is sending series of helicopters in order to control fire.

LOWER LAKE, Calif. — freezing high temperature and blustery breezes push Northern California into tough time (wildfire season Thursday) along with number of unknown new glares widening up, departing countless people from their families.

This is the California’s 14th huge fires session, typically in the scorched northern semi of the national, are throwing 7,000 firefighters of to their limits to fight with flames.

Said Daniel Berlant, a presenter of California Department of Fire and Forestry Protection

Masses of fires take place on Wednesday, but Berlant said teams rapidly caged all but five of them.

“They only need a little wind to allow them to burn at an explosive rate,” Berlant said.