Okla. forester: Drought increases wildfire danger
Oklahoma's state forester says the deepening drought and persistent 100-degree temperatures are increasing the danger of wildfires across the state.
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#1 Jul 31, 2012
It takes an idiot to thump a cigarette out the window or burn trash in this heat.
It takes heat, oxygen, and a fuel to start a fire. As the outside temps go up, fire is easier to start. It's common sense.
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