Extreme Wildfires: The New Normal

British Columbia, Northern California, France, Spain, Greece, Croatia, Siberia, Montenegro, Portugal

More than 1,000 wildfires threatened beaches and neighborhoods in Rome and the port of Ostia in central Italy.

10,000 residents and vacationers were evacuated from beaches and campsites in the Riviera and coastal Southern France.

Forest fires in Siberia grew by 1,000 hectares in one day, now covering a total of 24,000 hectares. Also affected are the regions of Sakhalin, Kamchatka, Buryatia and Krasnoyarsk Regions.

About 20 forest fires are burning across the western Peloponnese in Greece.

Adriatic coastal areas in Croatia and Montenegro are consumed by wildfires as high temps and winds drive torch tens of thousands of acres across Southern Europe.

At least 200 forest fires followed May flooding in central British Columbia, as more than 14,000 people are forced to evacuate.

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