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Rain drops release many spores, but the flick of a finger can create a sinuous puff of dark brown smoke, potentially wafting the fungal spores into the lightest breeze and spreading puffballs near and far.
That’s hardly a dealbreaker though, with highs running in the magnificent mid-70s, and a light breeze from the southeast.
Fueled by light grasses, extremely high temperatures and a light breeze, the flames jumped the 210 Freeway and threatened homes, triggering evacuations.
Scattered clouds and a light breeze made the heat more bearable than in weeks past while the United States men’s national team trained at Lake Sylvan Park in Sanford.
Darkness still blanketed the city of Charleston in the early hours of May 13, 1862, as a light breeze carried the briny scent of marshes across its quiet harbor.
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