McKinney Fire Becomes California’s Largest of 2022, Burning 51,000 Acres
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Wildfires in California exploded in size over the weekend amid windy, hot conditions.

In California’s Klamath National Forest, the fast-moving McKinney fire, which started Friday, went from charring just over 1 square mile to scorching as much as 62 square miles by Saturday near the Oregon state line, according to fire officials. The fire burned down at least a dozen residences and wildlife was seen fleeing the area to avoid the flames.

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