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The continental United States, particularly in the far west, has had warmer-than-average temperature for 16 straight months and lower-than-average precipitation through the summer. These climate conditions combined with weather to spark one of the region’s largest wildfire seasons yet.

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NOAA Climate.gov
Ned Gardiner
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