#NewsRail: California, US: Massive blaze in Northern California have now crossed into Nevada ( State in the Western US) enforcing new evacuations, thankfully the weather is stable, and has been helping people battling the nation’s largest blaze in southern Oregon.Reportedly, the Tamarack Fire south of Lake Tahoe had burned more than 68 square miles (176sqkm) of timber and head-high chaparral in national forest land.More than 1,200 firefighters were battling the Alpine County blaze, which has destroyed at least 10 buildings, forced evacuations in several communities and had closed parts of U.S. 395 in Nevada and California. Evacuation is the only option left with the people to escape from this record-breaking wildfire, as a request for voluntary evacuations was also issued for portions of Douglas County, Nevada. An evacuation center was set up at a community center in Gardnerville, Nevada.Alarmingly, the blaze that has been fighting by the several areas of US, is only one-third contained. As many as 2,000 homes were told to evacuate at some point during the fire and an additional 5,000 were threatened. At least 70 homes and more than 100 outbuildings have burned, but no one is known to have died.Extremely dry weather conditions along with recent heat waves tied to climate change have made wildfires harder to fight. Climate change is the major cause that has made the West much warmer and drier in the past 30 years and will continue to make weather more extreme and wildfires more prone to destruction.