Over the past 10 days, Texas A and M Forest Service resources have responded to 98 wildfires that have burned 17,763 acres of land in the state.
TEXAS, USA – Fire experts say there is a high chance of a wildfire in Texas this weekend.
Texas A & M Forest Service Continues Three-digit temperature and dry conditions reduce plant moisture in Texas, increasing the risk of wildfires. Thunderstorms can also cause problems.
“A wildfire caused by lightning poses a threat to the safety of firefighters,” said Luke Ackerz, a Texas A&M analyst. Forest Service.
Over the past 10 days, Texas A and M Forest Service resources have responded to 98 wildfires that have burned 17,763 acres of land in the state. The fires include 43 new wildfires from July 8 to July 10, the ministry said.
Note: Due to low rainfall and high temperatures, many Austin counties have burned bans, including Travis, Williams, Hays, Bastrop and Caldwell counties. Under the ban, you will not be able to burn or burn land, such as leaves and pruning to clear natural vegetation.
The Texas A&M Forest Service says nine out of 10 wildfires are caused by human activity.
For current conditions and wildfires, visit Texas Fire potential.
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