"It doesn't take much to get a fire started..."

With forecasters predicting a warm and dry winter, the Texas A&M Forest Service says this could be a difficult fire season. Wet weather has helped grasses grow over the last two years so there's plenty of fuel.
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With forecasters predicting a warm and dry winter, the Texas A&M Forest Service says this could be a difficult fire season. Wet weather has helped grasses grow over the last two years so there's plenty of fuel.

Texas wildfires are a ‘real concern’ this winter as conditions are dry and ripe

December 03, 2017 03:25 PM