An Increasingly Present Danger

An Increasingly Present Danger

A long, hot dry summer is a set up for rural fire danger. Photo by Dwayne Parsons

A long, hot dry summer is a set up for rural fire danger. Photo by Dwayne Parsons

The Possibility Grows by the Length of Drought

It’s a matter of how long the drought continues. Man has a multitude of ways to fight wildfires, but weather resulting in dry conditions coupled with firestorm winds can make fighting forest fires not only dangerous, but nearly impossible.

The prayer and the hope are together that rains will come sufficient to dampen these possibilities.

See Also: Fire in the Hills & The Need for Water