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kc5fm Dec 11
Please pay attention to as they issue these products today.
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voipwxnet 7h
Please keep your to yourself.
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David Hogg Apr 17
Rapidly expanding wildfire in far southwest KS. Interests in southern Stanton County and northern Morton County should be prepared for a fast-moving fire spreading from northwest to southeast.
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Donnivision Apr 19
The smoke from all the is so thick it's begun to come into the house. The smell of smoke doesn't let one sleep.
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Common Raven Mar 17
Multiple crews are battling in Seward County on Saturday afternoon. Seward County Fire Chief Andrew Barkley told Eyewitness News that crews were dispatched around 1:24 p.m. near Highway 51 West of Road G.
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Donnivision Mar 14
I hope and pray that not only people are safe during the but also the livestock. The last major fires that consumed this area took the lives of millions of cattle in a horrific manner. My ❤ goes out to all affected.
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Common Raven Jun 20
suppression system in suffers from leadership fragmentation, lack of financial resources and personnel to effectively coordinate responses by state and local agencies.
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KS Weather Updates Mar 5
grassfire is ongoing right now about 5 miles west of Ashland kansas, a smoke plume has been picked up by radar heading southeast towards oklahoma. avoid outdoor burning if you can.
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Tay Austin Apr 16
On the cusp of what might be historic fire conditions, here is a quote for the potential of new fires starting tomorrow. “The possibility of ignition is 100%.”
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Jayson Prentice Apr 2
I think we need to adjust the categories. 'Catastrophic' fire danger should be the equivalent of a SPC 'High Risk', it should not be mentioned 5+ times in a two-month period. Going to lose its seriousness the first year of being used.
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Chip Redmond Nov 22
Strong northwest winds and low humidity expected for west Kansas tomorrow, Friday. Conditions will be exceptional for wildfire growth. Please be careful with any sources of heat.
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Rachael Feb 13
Eva Yearout leading discussion on safety for responders assisting with ranch wildfires. Suggestions of road signs & landmarks that can help establish clear directions to avoid entrapment & disorientation.
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KS Weather Updates Mar 6
Three smoke plumes. Showing up in south central kansas, one in reno county, second in Sedgwick sounds, and one in Harper county. Please avoid outdoor burning...
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Jayson Prentice Apr 17
Latest view (~8:30p CT 17 Apr 2018) from GOES-E of wildfires over northwest Oklahoma () and Colorado/Kansas border (Baca County, CO) as they continue to spread in extreme fire weather conditions.
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Scott Co EM Apr 10
Red Flag Warnings have been issued for Wednesday and Thursday as warm temperatures and strong winds return. Do your part to help prevent a wildfire.
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Kansas Dept of Ag Mar 15
It bears repeating... yes, we are retweeting ourselves because it's another Red Flag Warning day for most of the state. PLEASE use caution in everything you do, and help reduce the risk of wildfires.
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Tom Davidson Mar 20
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John Hooper Jr Mar 6
Today i will be monitoring grass fires from Wichita to El Dorado
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Humanity Road Apr 17
Please note this request.
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John Hooper Jr Mar 5
Large Grass Fire East of Arkansas City, Thankfully the ACFD got the fire contained before it spread to nearby houses.
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