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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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Chip Redmond Mar 14
Extensive smoke plume from Rice County fires extends over a hundred miles to the northeast. Very hazy and smokey in Manhattan as a result
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Jayson Prentice Mar 6
Per over 10,000 acres burned across Kansas today (6 March 2018) with 42 fires; 19 extinguished, 6 contained, & 17 active. Kansas National Guard deployed 6 Black Hawk helicopters, 2 fuel trucks & 29 Soldiers to aid fire fighting efforts.
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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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Scott Co EM Jan 23
When it comes to wildfires we all play a part. Be it prevention, being the first to report a fire start, response, or recovery afterwards, we all have a role in protecting our community from this hazard.
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Scott Co EM Mar 2
Remain vigilant with potential ignition sources today, Red Flag Warning in effect for much of western KS, including Scott County.
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Scott Co EM Dec 3
The arrival of a cold front on Monday will be accompanied by strong winds which will again elevate fire danger across the area
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Scott Co EM Mar 5
It's not just outdoor burning that can start a wildland fire, folks working outdoors need to take precautions as well.
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Mick⚡McGuire Feb 28
Prescribed Burning Workshop in Salina, KS
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Karl Mann Apr 18
: Air unit deployed near Grant/Kearny County line and disappears into the heavy smoke. 🔥
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Darci Paull Jul 12
Great meeting today between and about potential uses of for . More work to come... 🌳 🌲 ✈️ 🗺
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Chip Redmond Jun 29
Several grass fires in Pottawatomie County the last two days. Very dry, drought conditions curing out grass. Factor in fireworks season is here - going to be a long week or two.
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Jayson Prentice Jun 20
Kansas legislative audit finds Kansas wildfire response system underfunded, understaffed, and overall inadequate. Calls for several changes.
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KAKE Jay Prater, CBM Apr 18
Compare 3:15PM CDT to 6:15PM imagery: You can clearly see the progress controlling/extinguishing the wildfire in Southern Kearny County, Kansas
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KAKE Jay Prater, CBM Apr 18
Another fire detected in Butler County, KS north of Leon.
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MsJensen Apr 18
Just because the mainstream media does not report this tragedy happening in our nation doesn't mean it's not happening right now. Please help as you can. More than 400,000 acres have been scorched so far.
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Jorge Torres Apr 17
Every meteorologist in the Plains looking at visible sat like...
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Jorge Torres Apr 16
***Dangerous, life-threatening fire weather conditions are likely on Tuesday*** not mincing words...
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Chip Redmond Apr 8
Everyone on this week: "Omg the weather is going to be amazing!!!" Me: "fire....Fire....FIRE....FIIIIIIRRRRREEEEE, not amazing!"
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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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