Monday, September 3, 2012

Williams Fire at Night -- Monday, September 3, 2012

Beautiful, but sad picture: The Williams Fire on Monday night. It's from the Mt. Wilson Tower Cam.

I hiked around Griffith Park this morning. Will probably post on that tomorrow.

4 comments:

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  3. Hey Skyhiker, how bad is this fire? I heard a little about it on the radio up here, and immediately thought of the Station Fire again, although I'm sure its not as bad.

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  4. Hey, Mark--
    It's nothing compared to the Station Fire, although it was pretty smokey the first morning. Winds have been relatively calm. It's been somewhat humid, too. Somewhere around 4,000 acres burned, and about 70% contained. No Santa Ana winds in the forecast, so, all in all, things are looking pretty good.

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