Why a Complete Drought Might Stop Wildfires

Why a Complete Drought Might Stop Wildfires

Why a Complete Drought Might Stop Wildfires

04/30/20

“Why might a complete drought stop wildfires?”

 

Northern California’s wildfire potential is caused by the early rains creating a wildlife bloom and bone-dry Summer making it all brittle. However, if there was a complete drought with absolutely no rainfall all year round, then there would no vegetation, turning the area into a wildfire-free desert environment. This is Why a Complete Drought Might Stop Wildfires.

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