There is a theme developing with wildfires in SoCal as the second season starts. Fires are quick to 1,000 acres and then succumb to solid initial attack measures that include full use of air resources.
You never know when one will stick and become a multi-week, 100,000 acre monster. The “Pozo Fire” started at 1300 hrs today in the Pozo area of San Luis Obispo County on the Central California coast has the makings of one of those
The Slope Fire is currently burning in the high country of Yosemite National Park, north of Yosemite Valley and west of Tuolumne Meadows. The lightning caused blaze was discovered after a series of lightning storms lit up the area on or around July 25