Temperatures remain high, precipitation in the area remains virtually nonexistent and the combination continues to exacerbate chances, and occurrences, of wildfires burning portions of the ground locally.

Just this past weekend, dozens of firefighters from area departments — volunteers and paid crews — fought blazes that scorched scores of acres of dry grass and brush, endangering lives and property.

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