SACRAMENTO COUNTY, Calif. — Fire season is off to a fast start in Northern California. Only two weeks into June, Cal Fire explained, it’s a bit early to see the kind of activity it has already dealt with.
“If the weather holds out and we keep having these hot, dry windy days… we could potentially have a very busy fire season,” said Amy Head, Battalion Chief/Spokeswoman for Cal Fire.
The quick-moving, strong wind-fanned Grant Fire in Sacramento County tore through dry grass on Friday, just a few days after firefighters battled the “Quail Fire” from the air and ground in Solano County.
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