Smoke drifts south from Northern California

Even with small brush fires in San Bernardino and Los Angeles, the brown smoke hovering over Southern California is due to the forest fires from the northern part of the state. The KNP Complex fire in Sequoia National Park and the Fawn fire near Lake Shasta, are most likely the cause of our brown skies given their size and intensity. Cal Fire reported there are over 9300 fire personnel assigned to 10 active wildfires. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger


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