The North Coast of California was hit last night by a rash of wildfires. Most of the fires were sparked by gusting winds taking down trees hitting above-ground power lines. Fires spread quickly with one of the largest, the Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa, spreading to over 25,000 acres in a matter of hours. The Tubbs Fire has burned portions of the northern part of the city of Santa Rosa and forced the evacuation of two area hospitals and thousands of people…
Click here to continue reading a dispatch from Sonoma this morning by Slow Wine senior editor Elaine Brown.
What if they spray foscheck! That could be as devastating. Keep us updated please…😞