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38 counties in Arkansas now under a burn ban



Little Rock, Arkansas – Burn restrictions gradually started to be lifted in late August after a dry and hot July as the state got much-needed rain.

Now, into October, the state has not received any considerable rainfall, and burn bans have begun to resurface. As of October 2, fires are currently prohibited in 38 counties.

More burn bans are expected in Arkansas because the long-term forecast calls for little rain. For constant updates on the weather connected to wildfires, follow the Arkansas Storm Team.

Over the entire state, there is still a significant risk of wildfires, which means that they can start rapidly and spread silently. Whenever a fire is set, it has the potential to spread rapidly, unexpectedly, and extremely.