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Texas A&M Forest Service has raised the Wildland Fire Preparedness Level

Texas A&M Forest Service has raised the Wildland Fire Preparedness Level to Level 2 due to an increase in current and expected wildfire activity. Dry conditions and above normal temperatures have resulted in areas of underlying dryness. With the addition of increased wind speeds, the fire environment is expected to support wildfire activity over the next few weeks.


Preparedness Levels 1-5 in state are planning assumptions and actions dictated by fuel and weather conditions, fire activity and fire suppression resource availability. Read more: https://ticc.tamu.edu/FireInformation/Preparedness%20Levels/WF%20Prep%20Lvl%20Handout_HztlFlyer-WIP3.pdf


Texas A&M Forest Service continues to monitor the situation and stands ready to respond to any requests for assistance.



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