There is no report of victims so far from the so-called Tick fire, but Los Angeles County fire chief Daryl Osby said none of the fires are contained.
Several houses were destroyed when a couple of fires fueled by high winds swept through the dry weeds of the periphery of communities in the Santa Clarita area.
The National Meteorological Service announced that the erratic winds will continue for the next 24 hours and with them the danger of expansion of the multiple fires that began on Thursday. They also prevent new bursts of devastating flames.RELATED
In the entire region of Southern California, temperatures will be around 87 to 97 degrees (temperatures between 10 and 20 degrees above average) with a humidity percentage between 2 to 9%.
These weather conditions are characteristic of summer although we are already autumn and will remain until Saturday at night.
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