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Summer Like Weather Brings Fire Watch

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As temperatures rise towards an expected high 80s (inland)/low 90s (valleys) this weekend, the National Weather Service has issued a Fire Weather Watch warning for Friday and Saturday because predicted winds, humidity and temperature make for perfect weather for fires to easily light and spread. How about some good news? Spin the potential bad fire weather as an opportunity to hit the beach this November.

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