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Smoke from Southern California’s multiple wildfires is making for some surreal photographs

By in Press Enterprise on December 5, 2017

By Maria Cavassuto

Four fires, Creek, Rye, Thomas and Riverdale, are burning in Southern California as of Tuesday morning. The fires have been spurred by high winds in the area, ranging from 40 to 70 mph across the region.

The smoke from the fires in northern LA County and Ventura County have spread over the San Fernando Valley and the coastal cities, degrading the air quality and causing poor visibility.

Here’s a look at the smoke blanketing Southern California.

Smoke rises over the Hollywood sign as fires blaze north of Los Angeles #lafire #fire #losangeles #hollywood #lafd #wildfire @ocregister

— Jeff Gritchen (@jeffgritchen) December 5, 2017

Smoke from the #CreekFire and #ThomasFire as seen from the air near Los Angeles International Airport.

— Hailey Branson-Potts (@haileybranson) December 5, 2017

Smoke from the #Ryefire #Castaic

— Richard E Preston Jr (@RichardEPreston) December 5, 2017

Beach in Carpenteria CA; pics of the #thomasfire burning 45k acres in Ventura CA. The smoke and air quality is very poor from Goleta, south past the fire.

— Ophelia Poppy (@Specialops88) December 5, 2017

Smoke in Thousand Oaks from #CreekFire; #RyeFire; #Thomasfire Fire all around and crazy winds in Ventura County.

— LaVar Ball (@Meerkreepin) December 5, 2017

#RyeFire [update] off Rye Canyon Loop, west of Valencia (Los Angeles County) per LACoFDPIO is now 500 acres.

— QuakeFactor (@QuakeFactor) December 5, 2017

I’m safe y’all. #ryefire #fire

— Tommy Callaway (@tgcallaway) December 5, 2017

#RyeFire from the office!

— Heather […]    

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