Satellite images show Fort McMurray Canada under assault from the rampaging wildfire nicknamed “the beast”

Fueled by dry conditions and temperatures in the 80s, the rampaging Canadian wildfire nicknamed “the beast” is expected to grow to more than 700 square miles today — an area equivalent in size to New York City.

The blaze has forced the evacuation of Fort McMurray, Alberta’s oil boom-town city of more than 80,000 people located 400 miles north of Calgary. An estimated 1,600 homes and other buildings have burned so far. Luckily, winds today are blowing the flames to the northeast, away from

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