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Firefighters managing the massive Woolsey fire in Ventura and Los Angeles counties will get a break in winds Thursday, which they expect will help them increase the fire’s containment, officials said.

Northeast winds are expected to drop to between 15 and 25 mph in the morning and then shift around noon, meteorologist Rich Thompson said. A sea breeze will blow off the ocean and up the coastal canyons through the evening until a light round of northeast winds returns overnight, he said. 

“Definitely a lot less wind out there today than we have seen the last several days, but it’s still very dry out there,” he said.

Source : http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-california-fires-woolsey-hill-camp-nobody-knows-what-s-happening-1542312615-htmlstory.html

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