Other good news is that the Dixie Fire is 88% contained and holding at 960,000 acres, so it might not top a million acres after all. When a fire not topping a million acres is good news, that's really pretty bad news, but we seem to be stuck with it. More bad good news is that the fire in the southern Sierra has not yet devoured any of the groves of giant sequoias yet. A fire in 2020 destroyed about 10,000 of them, which is about 14% of the entire sequoia population. So, good news that more aren't burning yet, but bad news that they are even threatened.
I suppose it's also good bad news that I'm still awake after six o'clock in the morning, but the sun isn't up yet so maybe I can still get to sleep before it rises. But only if I go to bed right now. Good day. I said good day, sir!