"We stood there crying—filming with tears rolling down our cheeks," he said.
California's 'new normal' is huge, costly, fatal fires
California's fire season is 70 days longer than it was just 15 years ago. This year, unusually high winds and dry air were part of the problem. But it has taken more than just bad luck to create the size and severity of the megafires like the Tubbs in Northern California and the Thomas in Southern California.
SOTT Earth Changes Summary - October 2017 : Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs
This October saw the continuing trend of deadly and record-breaking wildfires, massive rainfall, freak hailstorms and flooding and sudden powerful down-burst...