Hurricane season, meet wildfire season. Tens of thousands of residents of Athens' suburbs were evacuated as one fire moved forward across a 31-mile wide area, the Associated Press reports, while another large fire swept down a mountain toward the town of Marathon on Sunday, threatening two ancient temples. More than 90 wildfires have ignited in Greece since Saturday, and they won't be doused anytime soon, as firefighters and equipment are in short supply. The mayor of Marathon said he'd been "begging the government to send over planes and helicopters." France, Cyprus, and Austria are sending spare equipment. Communist Party leader Aleka Papariga and Giorgos Karatzaferis, the head of the populist right-wing Popular Orthodox Rally, both said the government didn't learn from the fires of August 2007, when 70 people died and several villages were obliterated.