Texas A&M Forest Service experts say this year is on track to be an active wildfire year due to last year’s lush vegetation growth, the development of drought conditions since the fall, and a La Nina sea pattern in the Pacific encouraging it Texas to become fire weather across the country.
It’s important that you know how to protect yourself and your family if wildfire threatens your neighborhood. ABC13 Chief Meteorologist Travis Herzog explains more about fire weather conditions, how we can help you monitor, and what to do if wildfire threatens your community.
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