Glendora Fire on Radar

Satellite image of the fire's smoke plume.

A huge fire has broken out at Glendora, CA northeast of Los Angeles. You can see the smoke plume blowing southwest from the fire site and dropping ash over the Los Angeles Basin.
NWS image, click to enlarge
Via Twitter.


  1. I live near the coast in Lawndale which is landlocked but 5 miles from LAX. This morning our blue sky turned yellow then sickly grey and ash fell on our cars. You can see us on the map. At the time of that rendering it had not made it to us. Nasty air. We go gold prospecting off of 39 at the East Fork of the San Gabriels, 2 fire in 3 years. Not good.


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