California and Washington wildfire of hell: Breaking records


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States of California, Oregon and Washington are going through hell as blazing wildfires are causing catastrophic damage to life and property. Wildfires in California have torched more than two million acres, the state fire department said, as an uncontrolled blaze forced many residents to flee their homes. People in San Francisco and elsewhere in California woke up on September 9 to a deep orange sky that triggered apocalyptic visions in a year already rife with disturbing events. Sky is so dark at times that it feels like it's night and not day. Some places are witnessing ash falling like snow, the cause being massive wildfires filling the air with smoke and cinders.


More than 64000 people have been forced to flee form there homes because of the fire and it is scary considering that USA also holds maximum number of Coronavirus cases in the world and with more and more people evacuating their homes in fear of fire it is knowing at the door of a Coronavirus explosion. More than 7000 fires have seem to combine with eachother



Total fires: 7,414 combined together


Total area: 1,825,176 acres (738,623 ha) of area is under a fire vortex

Cost: >$769.61 million is been lost in the 2020 wildfire


Climate change has increased the risk of wildfires in California significantly. On August 19, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom reported that many fires were sparked by intense thunderstorms on August 16–17 caused by moisture from the remnants of Tropical Storm Fausto.


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