CALIFORNIA - A new report predicts another busy season for wildfires in northern California.
Fire activity has been below average so far this summer according to officials. However, the concern now is that the state is headed toward dangerous fire conditions through October.
The three factors that could contribute to this are heat, warm and dry winds, and an increase in fuel on the ground due to an extremely wet winter.
"When all three of those topics align definitely create something that's really hard for us to control with the wind speeds up to about 50 miles an hour it's really hard to get ahead of these fires and stop it."
The forecast is from the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, ID.