More than 9,000 firefighters are battling 21 major blazes in California, suffering, for months now, from the effects of drought. The largest California wildfire is raging in the Lower Lake area north of San Francisco, the Associated Press reports. The fire nearly tripled in size over the weekend to 84 square miles. It has destroyed 24 homes and 26 outbuildings and was threatening 6,300 additional homes. In this photograph by Noah Berger of EPA, firefighters watch as the Rocky fire burns near Clearlake, Calif., on Aug. 1, 2015. See more photos on time.com/photography. http://ift.tt/1OKBtGz
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