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Why is the monstrous #ThomasFire so hard to control? First, the terrain is incredibly difficult. These mountains near Santa Barbara have steep canyons that are twisted and folded, making it hard for fire crews to take a stand. Cal Fire officials said they basically have no way to get crews on the ground to directly attack the western side of the fire.
Second, the strong winds. Last week the area saw a record-breaking windy weather forecast – it was so high the National Weather Service had to use the color code purple on their map, which they've never done before for Southern California. Some areas recorded gusts up to 80 mph.
Then there's the fuel and dry air. Two months into the rainy season, #SoCal has yet to see rain. The lack of humidity is sucking the moisture out of shrubs and other vegetation, which is perfect fuel for flames. Many hillsides haven't seen a decent rainfall in eight months. “Unless you believe in miracles, I don’t see [the fire] slowing down until we get some moister air,” one battalion chief told us.
The Thomas #fire grew to 234,200 acres today. At 20% contained, it's already California's 5th-largest fire in modern history. Hit the link in our bio for live updates. 📷: Michael Owen Baker / For the Times #thomasfire#southerncalifornia#myhome#myheart#staysafe
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To all the dedication and sacrifice these men and women put in without a second thought. Putting themselves on the front line to make sure everyone is safe. Seeing these fires from afar is beyond humbling, yet safe and stunning. Sending support to all of you on the front line, everyone displaced, everyone in the path of danger. You are heroes, you are true inspirations, absolute legends.
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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) on Thursday criticized Republicans in the California delegation for approving a tax bill that eliminated the deduction for personal losses from wildfires, earthquakes and other natural disasters, but kept the break for victims of the recent severe hurricanes. “They actually voted for that bill,” Pelosi said during her weekly news conference. “[The members] voted to discriminate against victims of fire. We certainly want to have the deduction for victims of hurricanes and the rest, but why are they doing this to our state?” The Senate version of the tax bill modifies, but doesn’t eliminate, the fire and earthquake deduction so it can be claimed only in the case of a federally declared disaster. Many California fires do not get that designation. It is one of the items that has to be resolved in the final bill currently being negotiated.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Bakersfield) said Rep. Mimi Walters (R-Irvine) is pushing to get relief for the most recent California fires passed this year, and that is expected to include a provision to allow fire victims to deduct their losses.
He noted in a statement Thursday that the entire California delegation just signed a letter in support of fire disaster aid for California in a supplemental funding bill.
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