Hurricane Force Winds Spread Wildfires

Olivia Hawkins, Staff Writer

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The worst kinds of weather for wildfires are gusty winds. The National Weather service said raising the prospect of more fire outbreaks and rapid growth of flames. The agency has posted red flag warnings for most of Northern California. Forecasters are predicting winds between 50 and 70 miles per hour in LA county and Ventura county. Some gusts may reach up to 80mph! Wild fires are spreading more rapidly than before dude to the strong winds.