Eyewitness video shows one California wildfire, dubbed the Bobcat Fire burning through a field as fire crews rush to battle the flames. the Bobcat fire burning a field as fire crews rush to battle flames ahead of a forecast of gusty weather.
One in particular, dubbed the Bobcat Fire, grew to more than 100,000 acres on Monday in the San Gabriel Mountains north of Los Angeles, with containment levels achieved by firefighters holding steady at just 15%, CalFire said.
Eyewitness video shows the Bobcat fire burning a field as fire crews rush to battle flames ahead of a forecast of gusty weather.
Bouts of extreme heat and gale-force winds that had produced incendiary conditions for weeks have given way to lower temperatures and lighter breezes, enabling firefighters to gain ground around most fires.
The break in the weather is not expected to last much longer as forecasts call for rising temperatures, lower humidity and a return of strong, erratic winds around mid-week in Southern California and by the weekend across the state's northern