Smokey The Bear says, "Only you can prevent forest fires."
In Southern California, fall is the most likely and riskiest time of year for wildfires. Summer is a close second in that department with the Santa Ana winds causing much chaos.
The U.S. Forest Service says fall is especially dangerous once summer is over because months without rain can lead to dry grass, pine needles, and leaves. Combine those dry fuels with low humidity, warm temperatures, and high winds and you have conditions that can easily create fast-moving wildfires.
What Smokey says is certainly true too, because, according to theU.S. Forest Service 98% of wildfires in Ventura, CA are caused by people.
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