Los Angeles - Wildfires have burned record 2 million acres in California this year
Out on the West Coast. The fire situation is now so extreme in California that the federal government is shutting down all national forests in the southern part of the state. ABC is Alex Stone has more with wildfires exploding here in California and much of the state blanket 80 and a thick smoke plus Santa Ana winds arriving on Tuesday and Wednesday, the federal government is closing national forests that includes Stanislas National Forest, Sierra Sequoia in Yo Los Padres Angeles National Forest San Bernadino in Cleveland. That also means all campgrounds are being emptied out. His condition's worse in the air and a new record for California wildfires there have burned more than two million acres this year, and the most dangerous part of the year is still ahead.