Even Climate Scientists Are Freaked Out By This Year’s Wildfires

Across large parts of California, daylight never arrived on Sept. 9. Caught under a vast sheet of smoke streaming from fires to the north, the San Francisco Bay Area woke to a sickly orange glow that only darkened as the morning progressed.

Just over the border in Oregon, thousands of people were evacuated from the city of Medford as the fast-growing Glendower Fire surged up the I-5 interstate, burning through the towns of Phoenix and Talent to the southeast.

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown described…

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