http://www.forestry.alabama.gov/viewers/afc_wildfire_viewer.aspx?bv=1&s=4 – Map of active wildfires in our area
While the rain is just not in the forecast for the next several days, there is plenty of sunshine. The weather pattern is very quiet around the southeastern states while the storm systems continue to ride up and over high pressure in our region.
The temps will continue to gradually warm during the week with highs eventually hitting the middle 80s and possibly upper 80s for the end of the week.
Rain chances are zero and there is a real fire danger for central Alabama while we’re in this dry stretch. This is adding to a mounting drought, but the dry air is also making our foliage and grass areas very flammable. Please be smart on burning or doing things that could start a fire.
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