Cold Fire Burns 4,000 Acres in Yolo County

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CAL FIRE PIO/Daniel Berlant
The inaptly named "Cold Fire" kept burning hot on Wednesday morning, growing by 500 acres overnight to 2,200 acres in Yolo County near Lake Berryessa in nearby Napa County. August 3, 2016
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CAL FIRE PIO/Daniel Berlant
The "Cold Fire" kept burning hot on Wednesday morning, growing to 4,000 acres in Yolo County, near Lake Berryessa. (Aug. 3, 2016)
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CAL FIRE PIO/Daniel Berlant
The "Cold Fire" kept burning hot on Wednesday morning, growing to 4,000 acres in Yolo County, near Lake Berryessa. (Aug. 3, 2016)
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Marin County Sheriff
Cal Fire crews during a morning briefing of the growing Cold Fire in Yolo County. (Aug. 3, 2016)
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CAL FIRE PIO/Daniel Berlant
Cold Fire covers over 4,000 acres in Yolo County on Wednesday morning. (Aug. 3, 2016)
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CAL FIRE PIO/Daniel Berlant
The "Cold Fire" kept burning hot on Wednesday morning, growing to 4,000 acres in Yolo County, near Lake Berryessa. (Aug. 3, 2016)
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NBC Bay Area Chopper
The "Cold Fire" kept burning hot on Wednesday morning, growing to 4,000 acres in Yolo County, near Lake Berryessa. (Aug. 3, 2016)
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NBC Bay Area Chopper
The "Cold Fire" kept burning hot on Wednesday morning, growing to 4,000 acres in Yolo County, near Lake Berryessa. (Aug. 3, 2016)
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NBC Bay Area Chopper
The "Cold Fire" kept burning hot on Wednesday morning, growing to 4,000 acres in Yolo County, near Lake Berryessa. (Aug. 3, 2016)
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NBC Bay Area Chopper
The "Cold Fire" kept burning hot on Wednesday morning, growing to 4,000 acres in Yolo County, near Lake Berryessa. (Aug. 3, 2016)
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NBC Bay Area Chopper
The "Cold Fire" kept burning hot on Wednesday morning, growing to 4,000 acres in Yolo County, near Lake Berryessa. (Aug. 3, 2016)
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NBC Bay Area Chopper
The "Cold Fire" kept burning hot on Wednesday morning, growing to 4,000 acres in Yolo County, near Lake Berryessa. (Aug. 3, 2016)
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