Mon. May 17th, 2021

Firefighters are struggling to contain fires across California, Oregon, and Washington. CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli joins CBSN to talk about how the weather forecast could impact the fires this week.

5 thoughts on “Firefighters struggling to contain wildfires in California, Oregon and Washington”
  1. My parents home is close to evacuating. My aunt & uncles home & entire 100+ acres gone. They say climate change & they’re right. It’s easy to see in my home when you’ve lived here 20+ yrs or ur entire life like me. As a child winters it rained 9 mths out of the yr & the kinda rain tht would soak u to ur underwear in 10mins. It snowed maybe every 3-5yrs & rly lucky if it actually stuck. Summers it rained some but no real down pours & overcast clouds most of the time w/some sun. Lucky if we got a few days of 90+ degrees. Now it’s 90+ all summer long, no overcast, no rain. It’s starts earlier in the yr too around March where as it would still be pouring in March. The winters now it has snowed the last 4yrs & 3 of thm it was so bad it shut the city down bc it’s not prepared for lots of snow. My transplant neighbors find it funny!! Pay attention to ur home’s weather & you’ll most likely see it too. Please be safe everyone!!!

  2. Well maybe not have your emergency firefighter applications for registered fire fighters only and maybe you’d get more help just saying I just looked to apply for work and last I checked beggars can’t be choosers

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