California hit by more wildfires

ABC News meteorologist Rob Marciano tracks the path of the fires and the latest weather conditions in the state.
1:02 | 12/03/20

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We're turning to that wildfire exploding out west. Rob joins us with the latest on the critical situation and mandatory evacuations. Good morning, rob. Reporter: Hey, good morning, robin. They use that word critical quite a lot but we don't use the word extreme very often and put that into the forecast last night and fires broke out across southern California. Here's the video to prove it. Silverado canyon, it jumped from 7 to 1500 acres, called the bonfire. Mandatory evacuation orders in place and rancho San Diego just to the south the willow fire just 5% contained. There was a structure burning but you see how close that fire is to neighborhoods there. They think they might have a handle on this but the winds will be blowing justgh the afternoon today. We could see gusts over 70 mile, maybe even 90 miles an hour in the mountains, rapid-fire spread with very dry vegetation. Extreme areas across San Diego. Once we get through today we'll be okay. George, over to you. Thanks. We turn to the 73 7 max jet

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