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Critical wildfire conditions expected to occur today

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Critical fire weather conditions are expected this afternoon across an area of Texas west of a line from Wichita Falls to Abilene to Fredericksburg to Del Rio.

Unusually high winds already are occurring across West Texas. Because the state is experiencing severe drought, today’s conditions could result in fire intensities with a high difficulty of control. Evacuations have been common under these conditions.

The public can monitor the current wildfire status through Texas Forest Service resources.

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