I hadn't heard of any structures going up yet... may I ask where and what?
It's not every day I can watch a fire from my balcony. Here's a crappy video of a hot spot around 1 AM.
As of right now, it seems to be quieting down. Or at least I am not seeing as big of an orange glow nor as much active flame from my vantage point in Northridge. Could just mean it's hidden in ridge. This is all on the SFV side, not the SCV side. Temps are at 81 right now, which is astonishing for the hour. This is the first and only July Santa Ana event I've ever seen in all my years living in the San Fernando Valley.
In a message dated 7/23/2016 2:53:23 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
Thanks, Pam, for this post which I also did not see earlier.... this is a big deal... structures are now burning as of about 20 minutes ago as this is not laying down but still running in the middle of the night.
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