Maria Fire and Tick Fire in California

The  NOAA HMS image above shows that the Maria Fire and Tick Fire in California are releasing light amounts of smoke. The  NRL/Monterey Aerosol image below corroborates this image as the red circle part of the image below matches the areas that these fires are located. This image reports that the surface concentration of the Maria and Tick Fires are helping to create a smoke concentration of 64-256 ug/m**3.

The  National Weather Service image below shows that the Los Angeles region is still under a Red Flag Warning for increase chances of fires starting. The US Fire, Weather, and Avalanche Center reported that the Maria Fire has burned up to 9400 acres of land and the Tick Fire has burned up to 4600 acres. The Tick fire is fully contained while the Maria Fire is only 20 percent contained.

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