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US National Weather Service shared information concerning the areas wildfire danger

Elevated fire weather conditions will persist today as winds become gusty this afternoon. Minimum relative humidity values are expected to fall to between 20 and 30 percent during the afternoon. Dry grasses/dormant vegetation will be susceptible to rapid fire spread given the conditions.

After today, daily relative humidity values will be increasing as gusty southerly winds bring warmer and more humid air into the area. Monday and Tuesday will be very warm with high temperatures between 10 and 15 degrees above normal. A cold front will move through the area Wednesday, bringing a return to more seasonal temperatures for the latter part of the week. Rain chances will also be increasing by Friday (and likely continuing into the weekend) as a series of weak disturbances move across the region.




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