The wildfires in Southern California continue to rage out control.
Fire crews in Southern California are working around the clock to contain some of the nine wildfires burning right now.
A strike team from the Sacramento Metro Fire Department arrived in San Diego yesterday afternoon and has received its assignment.
Captain Michelle Eidam says the team is prepared to be on assignment for two weeks.
She says the team is part of the California Mass Mutual Aid System and goes where ever in the state it is needed.
Meteorologist Rob Carolan says weather conditions this weekend will help with the efforts to slow the flames.
"The good news is that marine layer coming in off the Pacific is certainly going to have the tendency to increase the relative humidity across the region, and that will have the tendency to help the firefighters," Carolan said.
A badly burned body has been found in a transient camp.
Officials with the city of Carlsbad say the body was found Thursday while firefighters were checking hotspots on a fire that began a day earlier.
The Southern California wildfires have torched thousands of acres and destroyed over two dozen of homes.
A man and a teenager are now in custody and under suspicion of starting a pair of small fires in Escondido.
Police say the 19-year-old man and the 17-year-old teen were arrested yesterday after a witness spotted the pair allegedly setting a fire in Kit Carson Park.
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