Two “Super Scoopers” remained housed at Van Nuys Airport on Friday in preparation for what some say could be a harsh fire season in Los Angeles County.
In Southern California, crews working through the night stopped the spread of two Los Angeles County fires that erupted Sunday.
As firefighters knocked down dozens of small brush fires from north to south, a fleet of helicopters took on what was by far the largest of the wildfires, in the San Bernardino Mountains.
A mid-day thunderstorm touched off at least two brush fires, and a man was struck by lightning Sunday on Catalina Island.
Firefighters Sunday extinguished two small brush fires that erupted along Interstate 5 in the Castaic area.
The Fillmore fire has made it clear that mother nature has no intention of postponing fire season this year, and residents have been urged to prepare.
San Gabriel Valley residents have been noticing a mysterious black dust blanketing their neighborhoods for the past two days.
Two small brush fires have been reported near each other in San Bernardino, according to authorities.
Red flag warnings were in effect Monday in parts of Southern California, as high winds combined with low humidity had firefighters on alert.