NEWS
California Wildfire Season Looks Bad
Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Wed Apr 2, 2014 03:00 PM CDT

The following summary, compiled by Bobby Magill of Climate Central, has details of what appears to be a widely variable season for wildfires in 2014. But California is in for a busy season.--Bryce

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Where there is drought in the West, major wildfires are sure to ignite. 2014, just like last year, promises to be another year of destructive wildland blazes in the states where drought has hit the hardest over the last several years: California, Arizona and New Mexico.

The rest of the country, however, can expect a nearly-normal or below normal fire season ahead.

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