After a series of devastating wildfires in Northern California, many homeowners are learning they may face changes to their insurance. According to Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones, there will be an increase in homeowners who will be dropped by their insurers and face increased costs for fire cover, reports KCRA 3.

Jones attributes the four-year drought and climate change to the increased fire activity in the state. He told KCRA 3 that the changes have led to “greater fire severity and greater losses.”

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