Fire fighters along the Northern California and Nevada border are bracing themselves for high winds after a massive wildfire exploded over the weekend. The Fire jumped to almost 90,000 acres with low containment. In the small town of Doyle, the fire created its own weather conditions according to the incident team. There is no confirmation yet as to how many structures were lost in this fire, crews are not able to go to the burn area and access damage yet. Fire behavior experts say these types of fires are 2-months ahead of schedule due to the extremely dry conditions. Winds are expected to pick up this week and fire fighters could be staring down 50-to-100 foot walls of flames. Some evacuation orders have been downgraded to warnings. or the latest evacuation orders, check the Plumas and Lassen County Sheriff's Facebook pages.
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