This past weekend's precipitation temporarily lowered fire danger in some parts of the county, but dry conditions elsewhere and a high temperatures forecast over the next few days mean folks will have to take extra care to prevent wildfires.
The goal of fire managers is full suppression of the flames, but given the nature of the fuel -- dense, standing beetle-killed timber -- direct attack by ground crews is simply too dangerous an undertaking in most areas.
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