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Santa Ana winds and the fire outbreak of fall 1993
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    "From late October 1993 through early November of 1993, one of the worst fire outbreaks in recent history occurred in southern California. The fires were the result of a near-perfect combination of several factors; strong Santa Ana winds, high temperatures, low relative humidities, the abundance of vegetation due to well above normal rainfall during the last two winters, and the lack of significant precipitation over the previous six months"--Introduction.

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