When you are hot, the sun is hot, and your house burns
In the midst of the ongoing wildfire season, California’s hottest spots, as defined by the Bureau of Land Management, are hot.
It’s a new hot spot for the sun, a sign that it’s been there long enough that the heat is just beginning to seep through.
So far, only one hot spot, the central valley, has burned more than 1,000 acres.
That’s the same amount of land burned in 2015.
But this year, the hot spots are on fire, and that means more than just a new fire.
They are also changing the way the state burns.
“The state has been burning more land,” said Scott Smith, the bureau’s senior wildfire scientist.
“It is burning more grasslands.
It is burning less forest.
And the fire season has been longer.”
Fire season A fire season lasts for a year, so it’s a good thing that the sun has warmed the air.
That means it’s going to burn more, Smith said.
And because it’s burning more, more trees will be burned, so there’s more fire, too.
That creates a whole new set of challenges for firefighters.
“There’s so much more fuel to burn and so much less fuel to store, which means it is a whole different animal to deal with,” Smith said, adding that the hotter it gets, the more difficult it becomes to put out a fire.
That also means it has the potential to burn bigger areas.
“When it gets to a point that it starts to get hot, it starts burning more than it was when it was hotter,” he said.
So, a fire is always going to be more difficult to put a hold on, even if it is starting to cool off.
And that could make it more difficult for the state to put firefighters on the ground to put more water on fire.
The state is currently putting out about 1.7 million acres of fire danger zones.
The hot spots The state has so many hot spots it’s hard to know which ones are the hottest, and which ones aren’t.
But it’s likely the hottest is in the Central Valley, where the heat has been building up for months.
There have been many fires in the area in the past year, and the last time that happened was December 15, 2017.
That day, more than 50,000 firefighters battled more than 200 fires that were burning on land owned by the state.
That was the hottest day ever recorded in the state’s history.
The first of those fires burned about 10 miles south of Sacramento, according to the B.L.M. Smith said that fire season in the region is similar to wildfire seasons across the country.
“In California, we have an extreme fire season,” Smith told CNN.
“And if you look at fire seasons across California, it’s the hottest year on record, on average.”
In other words, fires are burning out of control, and if the drought continues, they’re going to get worse.
“If the drought lasts forever, we’re looking at the kind of conditions that would make the drought a one-time event,” Smith added.
The hottest fire in California is a hot spot The hottest point in California’s wildfire season is near the central border of the state, where there is more water than there is ground.
That hot spot is known as the Central Desert Fire Zone.
“This is a really, really hot place,” Smith explained.
“We have a lot of ground that’s burning, and it’s hot and dry.”
That hot ground has a lot more fuel burning.
The fire has burned a lot farther north than in other hot spots.
So this year the state has started to burn about 10,000 square miles of ground.
And, as of Saturday, the fire is burning farther south, too, about 6,000 miles away from where the hot spot started.
The desert fire is now burning about 3,500 square miles, about one-third of the amount burned this year.
So the state is burning a lot less fuel in the hot desert area than in the more dry and more dry-walled areas in the central Valley.
But that’s a bad sign for the fire danger zone, which is also known as “hot spot.”
That area has been scorched so badly that the fire has been unable to burn out of the ground.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection estimates that if the hot point fires continue, there will be more than 2,500 acres burned this winter.
The heat has burned so hard in the hotter parts of the fire that it has left behind a huge smoky cloud of black smoke.
The smoky clouds are now rising from the ground, and they’re coming from the same direction the fires are starting.
And as they rise, so does the smoke.
So if this hot spot stays hot and dries out, it could set off a chain reaction of fires in other parts of California