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twenty fifteen had brought the most destructive blatant California history and breaking the U. S. record so far for eight weeks bird and wildfires fires have blazed through over nine point three million acres of land mostly in the west surpassing the same period in two thousand six that describe them Delaware Connecticut and New Jersey put together and the worst may still be ahead said Reuters global editor for energy and environment Bruce while it in LA and most of the fires in the west in the north of our northern California lawyer to Alaska , now we're anticipating , beginning of , the end of every year late October November and December they come out of the desert they're harder they're drier and they're caused by differences in pressure between the coastal pressure regions and what's coming in from the desert of the real different more dangerous because you're not talking to burning forests here and you are in northern California superior talking about certain very very crowded area with lots of homes drought one of the worst on record has turned many parts of the west coast into kindergarten now can pick still hold the record for the worst wildfires which burned through nine point eight million acres for the full year twenty fifteen Nathan Fillion crack and played in the rain finally come