The state of Kansas and surrounding region is entering a period of potentially dangerous wildfire conditions thanks to unseasonal warm temperatures and lack of precipitation.

The state is coming off of Kansas Wildfire Awareness Week and has seen a number of burn bans implemented at the beginning of what would be burn season. Kansas Mesonet meteorologist, Chip Redmond explains:

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The elevated temperatures, lack of precipitations, dried grass and seasonal winds combine to make a potentially dangerous combination:

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