Is Bay Area at risk of fire ?

New jkj
Nov 16, 2018 9 Comments

So im seeing bridge completley covered in smoke and was shocked tbh..

Is the bay area at risk ? Will there be evacuation warnings ? Im new to this country and had no idea forest fires were so deadly


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TOP 9 Comments
  • Amazon Gjdyveycc4
    No, it’s the residue smoke coming from recent NoCal and SoCal fires. Smoke cannot cause fire. Fire causes smoke.
    Nov 16, 20183
    • Oracle Christ
      Even drier air increases likelihood of fire. Though less oxygen concentration because of smoke... Hell knows
      Nov 16, 2018
    • Amazon Gjdyveycc4
      Cmon you can do better than this
      Nov 16, 2018
    • Intel UGeJ58
      The air is less dry now than during the summer
      Nov 16, 2018
  • Pinterest JEJM77
    It’s only in the last two years in California and the last few years around the world that wild fires have become so deadly. You have to go back a hundred+ years to find similarly deadly fires in the US, and similar amounts of time or longer to find wild fires that were as deadly as the recent fires in Spain, Portugal, South Africa, Greece, and other Mediterranean climates. There hasn’t been a major fire in the Bay Area in 27 years, but fire is always a risk anywhere with low humidity and high winds
    Nov 16, 20180
  • New tLFu71
    Hopefully SF burns down. Finally get rid of all that shit and piss all over the streets and more importantly all the liberals. Well overdue.
    Nov 20, 20180
  • Medallia


    It surely could be. You have vast amounts of wild life all around you and in every direction. I grew up here and it was never this bad but the current trends suggest that could change.

    I'd go east if possible as the Sierra's will block the smoke.
    Nov 16, 20180
  • Nvidia Gheeforce
    Wanted to know as well.. but where to evacuate to?
    Nov 16, 20180

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