California National Guard engineers assembled a floating bridge in Yolo County, Sunday, August 27, to allow emergency vehicles easier access to the wildfires in Northern California.
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Hot weather, unpredictable winds, and the potential for lightning strikes that could set more fires are making an incredibly difficult job even harder.
The U.S. National Weather Service forecasters posted a Red Flag Warning for Sunday and Monday for the San Francisco Bay area north along the coast.
These warnings mean that warm temperatures, stronger winds and lower humdity are expected to combine to produce an increased risk of fire danger.