SAN FRANCISCO — With its blue skies and bustling tourist traffic, this California city is doing its best to appear normal.
But a closer look reveals a level of chaos more typical of a Hollywood disaster movie.
Downed trees, hurricane force winds, whitecaps on the bay and widespread power outages were the supporting cast of a drama that played up and down the Golden State on Sunday.
As usual, the savage stars were the fires. Back for a repeat performance that Californians now brace for each fall, seven currently rage — including the dangerous Kincade Fire in Sonoma County, which is just 5% contained, has consumed 85 square miles and is responsible for displacing 180,000 of the state's 200,000 evacuees.
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