Dry, Windy Weather Contributes Significantly to the Spread of Wildfire
Drought conditions and low humidity lead to dry vegetation that burns easily.
Wind can cause fires to grow quickly, die down, or change direction.
Strong winds carry embers that can start new fires – up to a 6 miles away.
Weather conditions can change quite rapidly – from “no problem” to “high alert” in a matter of hours – OR MINUTES!
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As conditions become more extreme, increase your awareness and preparation to reduce the danger to your home and family for higher probability of wildfire.