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Fire Threat Will Remain High Until Friday

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After a few early morning storms, much of the state has been left dry. Dry and windy conditions have been responsible for a few grass fires. The fire threat will remain high through Friday with very little rain in the forecast until the end of the week. After a few early morning storms, much of the state has been left dry. Dry and windy conditions have been responsible for a few grass fires. The fire threat will remain high through Friday with very little rain in the forecast until the end of the week.
After a few early morning storms, much of the state has been left dry. Dry and windy conditions have been responsible for a few grass fires. The fire threat will remain high through Friday with very little rain in the forecast until the end of the week. After a few early morning storms, much of the state has been left dry. Dry and windy conditions have been responsible for a few grass fires. The fire threat will remain high through Friday with very little rain in the forecast until the end of the week.
After a few early morning storms, much of the state has been left dry. Dry and windy conditions have been responsible for a few grass fires. The fire threat will remain high through Friday with very little rain in the forecast until the end of the week. After a few early morning storms, much of the state has been left dry. Dry and windy conditions have been responsible for a few grass fires. The fire threat will remain high through Friday with very little rain in the forecast until the end of the week.
After a few early morning storms, much of the state has been left dry. Dry and windy conditions have been responsible for a few grass fires. The fire threat will remain high through Friday with very little rain in the forecast until the end of the week. After a few early morning storms, much of the state has been left dry. Dry and windy conditions have been responsible for a few grass fires. The fire threat will remain high through Friday with very little rain in the forecast until the end of the week.
After a few early morning storms, much of the state has been left dry. Dry and windy conditions have been responsible for a few grass fires. The fire threat will remain high through Friday with very little rain in the forecast until the end of the week. After a few early morning storms, much of the state has been left dry. Dry and windy conditions have been responsible for a few grass fires. The fire threat will remain high through Friday with very little rain in the forecast until the end of the week.
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After a few early morning storms, much of the state has been left dry. Dry and windy conditions have been responsible for a few grass fires. The fire threat will remain high through Friday with very little rain in the forecast until the end of the week.

Skies become mostly clear Monday night with overnight lows falling to the mid-60s.

Widespread sunshine and highs in the upper 80s are expected Tuesday. The wind will still gust out of the south around 25 mph. There is a slight chance for isolated storms on Wednesday but our best chance moves in Friday with the arrival of a cold front.

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