Jun 18, 2013
State fire authorities say the combination of warm winds, abysmal rainfall and bone-dry conditions points to a devastating brushfire season, especially in Southern California.
"Fire conditions in Southern California are at levels we have not seen in many, many years," declared California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Director Ken Pimlott. "These are fires that directly impact the state's natural resources and the very water that we drink and the air that we breathe."
Firefighters are bracing for literally thousands of projected fires in California, including some horrifying, fast-moving walls of fire associated with destructive firestorms that can kill all life forms in their path.
"Look on the news and see what's occurring in Colorado and Colorado Springs," Ken Pimlott emphasized. "The exact same conditions exist in California."
City, county and state fire officials are desperately urging all California property owners to clear out all dry brush as far away from homes and buildings as possible to minimize fire destruction, injuries and loss of life.
An apocalyptic California fire season is officially underway for the next few months, so prepare for natural disaster immediately with emergency supplies and survival essentials.
For those who may think California firestorms are a joke:
Watch the following fire video captured by a driver on a burning California freeway --- a firestorm full of flames that no Californian would want to face head-on.
CALIFORNIA FIRESTORM APOCALYPSE