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Temperature History - Jul 6

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  Today Normal Record 7/6/2015
High 92° 93° 110° (1913) 90°
Low 59° 60° 49° (1955) 66°

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Rises at 5:48 AM with 14:50 of sunlight, then sets at 8:38 PM

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Rises at 8:18 AM with 13:59 of moolight, then sets at 10:17 PM

CBS12 Chico

Colyear Fire reaches 65 percent containment, 464 acres burned

Colyear Fire reaches 65 percent containment, 464 acres burned

Containment is closer this noon hour on a wildfire burning in Tehama County.

It's being called the Colyear Fire.

At last check it was 65 percent contained and had charred 464 acres.

The blaze is burning in a rural area about 25 miles west of Red Bluff.

Cal Fire says it started around 1:30 yesterday afternoon on Colyear Springs Road.

Around 230 firefighters are battling the fire from the ground and the air.

Officials say forward progress of the blaze has been stopped.


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