bonfire lit on easter saturday

The region, which includes Napa and Sonoma counties, was forecast to have weather conditions conducive to wildfires, including low humidity and winds reaching up to 60 miles per hour. Some 60,000 households remain without power as of Monday afternoon. [NPR]

The company announced that most households will regain power within 24 hours, with some outages possibly continuing into Tuesday. [PG&E]

The warning comes only a year after the so-called Fire Siege of October 2017, when some 170 fires burned at least 245,000 acres in Northern California. The fires killed 44 people and burned down 6,000 homes in Sonoma County. [NBC News]

Local authorities blamed PG&E in June for last year’s destructive fires, which were mainly sparked by winds knocking down power poles. The company is expected to pay billions in damages. [AP]

More than 22 million people will remain under “red flag warnings,” which signal dire fire threats, in both northern and southern regions of the state until the perilous weather conditions dissipate. [CNN]

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Dina Amelia Kalmeta is the Founder and CEO of Your New Life in Christ Ministries - CWW7NEWS. Dina reports on world events as they pertain to Bible Prophecy. Before Your New Life in Christ Ministries, Dina served as a Leader for INCHRIST NETWORK leading teams online and spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Her mission today is to bring hard evidence that what is taking place in the world isn't just coincidence, but indeed proof that the last days the Bible warned us about are upon us right now.