What are the “Devil’s Winds” and why do they worsen California’s fire season | Univision 14 San Francisco KDTV

“The Bay Area is one of the most vulnerable areas during the events of ‘Devil’s Winds’, which are warm winds that generally flow from the northeast and when colliding with the mountains provide critical or red flag conditions for the formation and rapid spread of forest fires, ”Suheily López Belén, former meteorologist for Univision News 14, explained at the time.

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