Elevated Wildfire Danger in Arizona

Red flag warnings covered much of the state

 

 

PHOENIX (AP) — Forecasters report elevated fire danger from dry and windy weather conditions across much of Arizona on Thursday.

A red flag warning issued Thursday by the National Weather Service covers an area extending southward from the Arizona-Utah line north of the Grand Canyon in northern Arizona to nearly all of southern Arizona along the U.S.-Mexico border.

The red flag warning runs from noon to 8 p.m. Thursday, with the National Weather Service reporting very dry conditions and strong gusty winds.

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Red flag warnings covered much of the state     PHOENIX (AP) — Forecasters report elevated fire danger from dry and windy weather conditions across much of Arizona on Thursday. A red flag warning issued Thursday by the National Weather Service covers an area extending southward from the Arizona-Utah line north of the Grand Canyon […]

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