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Last week state firefighters responded to a 333-acre timber fire in Humbolt County.

"It's crazy to be having timber fires this time of year in Humbolt," said Head. "We need a boatload of rain."

In Southern California fire officials are looking at drought conditions and Santa Ana winds due in to whip up the chance of fire.

Gusts were expected up to 60 mph in six counties and in some areas they were expected to last into Wednesday, according to AccuWeather Global Weather Center.

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