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Thomas Fire 3rd largest in CA history; cost at $110.2M amid new evacuations

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"By the time this fire is completely out, sometime next year, maybe mid January, it will have been the largest fire in California History." The continued duration of the fire depends on how much longer the weather modification crowd plans on maintaining the dry conditions and high winds. They know there is plenty of ground fuel for Their personal amusement, having already changed the general composition of all the plant life in the area via geo-engineering, most of it more like matches than plants.


The people living in the affected regions  by the fires are in for a rude awakening when, or if They decided to rebuild, because of the cost and restrictions associated with acquiring permits. There will be no special concessions or lessening of the Agenda 21 building codes under the present circumstances for anyone; afterwards, many will be stunned at what they're being told concerning current compliance and conformity building practices for Their area, to say nothing of the associated cost of paying for the permit(s) to start with.


California has been the most heavily chemtrail saturated state in the U.S., and because it has, it has an ample supply of dead trees and vegetation for fuel, which the Bio-Diversity crowd are now taking full advantage of by burning the entire state to the ground, all done under the guise of re-wilding.  California is being turned back into a desert, and will remain that way until all the pesky humans have been forced out, or killed. . . providing ample incentive to others about any further thoughts of wanting to move back, or relocate there.



Thomas Fire 3rd largest in CA history; cost at $110.2M amid new evacuations

New evacuation orders were issued in Santa Barbara County on Saturday, as the Thomas Fire continued to expand.



In the city of Santa Barbara evacuations were ordered in the area east of Hwy 154 to Mission Canyon Rd and north of Hwy192 to East Camino Cielo. In the Montecito and Summerland Area, residents south of Hwy 192, North of Hwy 101, West of ToroCyn, East of Summit Rd & Country Club. In both Santa Barbara and Montecito, evacuations were in place north of Alameda Padre Serra/Hwy 101, south of Hwy 192, east of Mission Canyon Road, & west of Hot Springs & Summit Road.


"Residents should leave immediately," Santa Barbara County officials tweeted.




The northbound 101 Freeway at Seacliff was closed between Ventura and Santa Barbara due to increased fire activity, Ventura County fire officials said. It was reopened by Saturday afternoon. Drivers were urged to use 5 Freeway as an alternate route.




Cal Fire officials also confirmed all mandatory and voluntary evacuation orders in the city of Ventura have been lifted.


The evacuation orders come as fire crews gain some ground on the fire, which has reached 40 percent containment, Cal Fire officials said. Full containment is expected to be reached Jan. 7.


The blaze is still threatening about 18,000 structures as it surges through Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.


The cost associated with battling the fire is $110,286,500 so far, according to Cal Fire.


VIDEO: Aerial footage shows before-and-after look at destruction from Thomas Fire




This satellite view from SkyMap7 shows the devastation from the Thomas Fire to this Ventura neighborhood.



Since breaking out on Dec. 4, the Thomas Fire has burned 267,500 acres and has destroyed more than 1,000 structures. It's now believed to be the third largest wildfire in California history.


The fire claimed the life of a firefighter on Thursday. The firefighter was identified as Cal Fire San Diego Unit Fire Apparatus Engineer Cory Iverson, according to Cal Fire Director Chief Ken Pimlott.


PHOTOS: Thomas Fire devastates Ventura County


The winds have also shifted, and smoke from the fire is moving down into Simi Valley and the San Fernando Valley. Meantime, a red flag warning issued Saturday morning will be in effect for several Southern California areas until at least Sunday at 8 p.m.


MORE: Latest Southern California forecast


Fire weather combined with high fuel loading, low fuel moistures and single-digit relative humidities will continue to support fire growth in the west, east and north sides of the Thomas Fire, Cal Fire officials said, prompting areas of concern above the coastal Santa Barbara County communities of Matilija Wilderness, Rose Valley, and Sespe river drainage north of Fillmor;-cost-at-%241039m/2788468/