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David Gomberg

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David Gomberg is manager of the Fire Weather Program at the National Weather Service.

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Strong Santa Ana winds are common during the winter in Southern California. But, this year, those winds blew through vegetation that has seen virtually no rain this season.

How did theses flames get so big, so quickly?

Strong Santa Ana winds are common during the winter in Southern California. But, this year, those winds blew through vegetation that has seen virtually no rain this season.

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