California’s wine country and two Sacramento Valley counties will see a dramatic increase in wildfire risk over the next three decades, according to a new report from a climate-change think tank. On Monday, the New York-based First Street Foundation released its national ”Fueling the Flames” analysis that uses climate, weather and property data to project the likelihood of wildfires burning properties over the next 30 years. First Street put Sonoma and Napa counties — devastated in recent years by wildfires — on the top of its list of California counties that will see an increased risk of properties catching fire by 2052. Marin County, also in the North Bay, ranked No. 3.
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