Wildfires burning across Northern California have now scorched more than 120-thousand acres and that number could get a lot bigger today. 24/7 News reports forecasters say low humidity and winds gusting to 40 miles an hour could make firefighting conditions miserable. More than 20-thousand people are forced out of their homes. The fires burning north of San Francisco are blamed for at least 17 deaths.
This picture was shared by a friend of mine, Tommy, whose friend Ana was at Disneyland this week, and took this amazing shot. It just doesn't look real. The park remains open, but you'll likely see a lot more pictures like this in the coming days.