Southern California Gripped With Intensive Wildfires - 2nd Time in 2017

The Los Angeles Time reports: Multiple are raging in Southern California. A series of Santa Ana wind-driven wildfires have destroyed at least 180 structures, forced thousands to flee and smothered the region with smoke in what officials predicted would be a pitched battle for days. 

Several areas of the SoCal demographic are affected or have been evacuated, including: Bel-Air, San Bernandino, Ventura County, Santa Clarita, Sylmar, and select areas of Beverly Hills. The largest ( the Thomas fire), had erupted in Ventura County northwest of downtown LA. The Thomas Fire tore across 65,000 acres by Wednesday morning, and the blaze destroyed hundreds of homes, threatened 12,000 structures and forced 27,000 people to evacuate, officials stated to the Washington Post on December 6th. 

Attached is a link to the California Statewide Fire Map: This is a developing issue and ISD will continue to update.