Cooler temperatures may help in battling California fire

Cooler temperatures Tuesday could help firefighters slow down a fast-moving, deadly wildfire that has burnt nearly 122,000 acres in Southern California.
Two firefighters lost their lives Sunday trying to get control of the Station Fire, which is burning through steep and rough terrain in the Angeles National Forest. This area north of Los Angeles has not seen a most important fire in more than 60 years.

Temperatures will be in the 90s, but they will be lower than the triple-digit highs that, shared with low humidity, caused the fire to blast in size from at least 40,000 acres on Sunday to more than 100,000 acres Monday.

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