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MODERATE #FireDanger in the Black Hills, LOW Fire Danger in the Prairie Areas, today, May 22nd. https://t.co/ArqQH1IN5o
22nd May, 2018
LOW #FireDanger in the Black Hills, LOW Fire Danger in the Prairie Areas, today, May 21st. https://t.co/ArqQH1IN5o
21st May, 2018
Reminder:Be very careful with anything that may cause / be a source of ignition. #CNF lists #FireDanger (05212018,… https://t.co/WuGllnPX2Z
21st May, 2018
Did you know you can check daily fire ratings at our website? Know whether Morton County is in the Low to Extreme f… https://t.co/45EzPgCr4W
21st May, 2018
Low humidity, gusty NW winds have increase #FireDanger across #Maine. Check with your local FD or @MaineRangers bef… https://t.co/LHkDS5zG4j
21st May, 2018
Fire season in full swing now. Stay safe, people. Do what you can to minimize fire danger around your home/campsite… https://t.co/rlmqZigp9e
21st May, 2018
Tmrws race profile #jemez50miler I’ve read past race reports and all say a blast and true test. Tmrw will be epic i… https://t.co/XPw3jXUVix
19th May, 2018
In the end there was little contention in the debate over fireworks vs. laser lights for Glenwood Springs' July 4th… https://t.co/DuqJp3GImR
18th May, 2018
The EFFIS FFMC forecast for the period 16/05/18 - 19/05/18 indicates a high and growing ignition potential highest… https://t.co/SVgrGrhOcf
18th May, 2018
*RED FLAG WARNING* in effect for elevations over 5,000ft until 7pm. #FireDanger #KOLD See you tonight :) https://t.co/QNotTQtn6b
18th May, 2018