California's 14,000+ Acre Wildfire 'Eye-Opening' Says Official. 'There Are No Rules Anymore.'

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The Corral Fire in Northern California exploded over the weekend, burning over 14,000 acres and prompting evacuations. While wildfires are common in California, officials are worried about a fire this size so early in the traditional "fire season," saying, "there are no rules anymore." As the climate warms, springs are arriving earlier with higher temperatures, drying out vegetation and increasing fire risks. A 14,000+ acre fire in early June is "eye-opening" according to a CalFire spokesperson.

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