Fires in Southern California

Usually, in Southern California, fires begin and spread during “Santa Ana” weather conditions. I grew up with these winds, and they’ve been famously memorialized in literature by Raymond Chandler and other writers. The nature of the winds is such that they go naturally hand-in-hand with crime, unease and – well – I hate to give people ideas, but they could be associated with supernatural behavior, as the full moon goes with the werewolf.

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