"Even in March with the rainfall, we were still responding to wildfires every week," said Daniel Berlant, Calfire's spokesman. "Over the last decade, we've seen more large fires than ever before."
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"The drought has definitely set the stage for a potentially dangerous and busy fire season," Berlant said. "We've increased our staffing much earlier with the potential of a lot more wildfires with just how dry it is."
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