burn bans

East Texas Burn Bans
Just because the temperatures have cooled, doesn't mean that the fire danger goes away. Three counties have issued burn bans, so far, in East Texas.
Burn Bans in Effect
Two counties in East Texas are now under burn bans, Anderson and Henderson.
A burn ban means that conditions have been deemed unsafe to do any outdoor burning. If you are caught burning while a ban is in effect, you could face fines from the county...
Rainfall in East Texas Means Lifted Burn Bans
Last week portions of East Texas received some much needed rain after a dry and hot July and first half of August. Prior to the cool front and rain, pretty much all of East Texas was under a burn ban except for a few far northern counties.
Burn Bans Are Being Issued For East Texas Counties
Our lawns, pastures and open lands are in a desperate need of rain right now. Parts of East Texas welcomed the rain yesterday, thanks to a weak cold front that passed through the area, but the little rain that fell didn't really help out the drought condition many parts of East Texas are facing…
Are You In One Of The 188 Texas Counties Under A Burn Ban?
With the exception of perhaps a few counties along the Coastal Bend, all of Texas is suffering from a drought.
The lack of rain and recent windy conditions have caused the entire state to be put on wildfire alerts and over the past couple of days, over 300,000 acres of grassland in West Texas burned …