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And that'son fire, and that's on fire...

I'm not a 24-hour news junkie. I get the highlights and watch the BBC America broadcast for news from the other 99% of the world. But I have to tell you, I'm a little addicted to seeing what's burning in California today.

Here's a map that details just about everything...who, what, when, where and why...about the fires. It list the status evacuation centers, fire locations -- kit and caboodle. While it's not as heart-wrenching as seeing someone's home go up in flames, it does illustrate the scope rather nicely.

Here's the link...

And here's a screenshot....

Here's some wonderful fire coverage from NOAA...link
It's updated and unbiased (well, it is biased toward "fire is bad")

And a screenshot:

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