Early summer drying could indicate a severe wildfire season in Texas


Texas A&M Forest Service encourages preparation now

Drought conditions in the western High Plains and South Plains and early drying across the state have led to an early start to the summer wildfire season. Most of the state is trending three to four weeks ahead of typical early summer drying. Fire activity is also increasing earlier than normal, and the rainfall outlook over the next six weeks is not anticipated to be enough to reverse these…

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