Winds gusting to 45 mph and dry air are expected to descend Thursday on areas in Northern California, where thousands of homes and businesses have been destroyed by wildfires.
Tonya Mosley (@TonyaMosley) of KQED visits a neighborhood in Santa Rosa, where residents and neighbors are coping with the damage.
This segment aired on October 12, 2017.
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