McKinney fire grows into California’s largest this year as thunderstorms fuel concerns

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McKinney fire grows into California’s largest this year as thunderstorms fuel concerns

Published Sunday 31 July 2022

A wildfire in California grew to the largest the state has seen yet this year, as firefighting crews braced for thunderstorms and hot, windy conditions. The McKinney fire was burning out of control in northern California’s Klamath national forest, near the Oregon border, with expected thunderstorms a big concern, said US Forest Service spokesperson Adrienne Freeman.

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