Explosive New Wildfires Amid Scorching Heat In Most Of California

Explosive new wildfires amid scorching heat in most of california

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Explosive New Wildfires Amid Scorching Heat In Most Of California” – below is their description.

Most of California is facing a series of explosive new wildfires and is under the daily threat of looming blackouts. Around 40 million Americans across the West are suffering through unbearable heat. NBC News’ Miguel Almaguer reports on the growing concerns in the region.

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