Fires in Santa Clara and Sonoma Counties Continue to Burn

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An air tanker drops retardant on a ridge in the Santa Cruz Mountains near Loma Prieta, California on September 27, 2016. The Loma Fire has charred more than 1500 acres and burned multiple structures in the area. / AFP / Josh Edelson ( (Photo: Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images)

This week's high temperatures have done nothing to help firefighters battling wildfires across California. On Sunday, the Sawmill Fire broke out just east of Cloverdale and on Monday, the Loma Fire started in the Santa Cruz Mountains. That's in addition to the Soberanes Fire in Monterey County, which is now the most expensive blaze in American history, with costs exceeding $200 million. We'll get an update on the state's fires and containment efforts.

Guests:

Scott McLean, battalion chief and north region public information officer, Cal Fire

Beth Willon, reporter, KQED's Silicon Valley News Desk

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