Friday, March 06, 2020


Open incognito to get past the paywall but the link tease tells enough, here's a worthwhile weather report and preview of the Springtime. Checkit:

Last year's rains mean more grass to fuel spring wildfire danger in Kansas

Three years after a wildfire burned more than 450,000 acres in Kansas, officials are warning that an abundance of dry grass could raise the risk of fires across the state. Last year's heavy rainfall means more grass is quickly drying up as temperatures rise. Firefighters in some areas of Kansas have already fought large wildfires.


Anonymous said...

But just keep on ignoring climate science.

Anonymous said...

By climate science you mean spring grass and brush fires that have existed for eons?