Two years removed from Texas’ worst wildfire season in decades, Central Texas remains under severe drought conditions.
It is the third worst possible designation, based on accumulated amounts of rainfall. Even with recent spates of drenching rains, the threat of wild-land fires looms, and local fire departments are working to be prepared.
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